Cedarpeak wilderness area in the foothills of the Groot Winterhoek mountains
Cedarpeak wilderness area at the southern tip of the Cederberg offers accommodation and outdoor activities. With access to one of the largest privately owned wilderness areas in the Western Cape, the guest farm offers extensive opportunities for hiking, kloofing, and relaxation with sweeping views and a variety of rock pools to swim in.
Cedarpeak is located in pristine wilderness offering guests exclusive access to 8000 hectares. Part of the Cape Fynbos Region the area contains one of the largest most diverse range of endemic plant species in the world. Animals such as duikers, grey rhebok, clawless otter, baboons, spectacular bird life and the rare Cape leopard can be found throughout the area. Rivers host the endangered Western Cape Yellowfish.
Cedarpeak offers a wide range of nature related activities include a variety of hiking from easy quick walks to serious mountaineering. The guest farm also has a large dam for swimming and fishing, numerous rock pools, and sweeping views of the area's valleys and mountains. It is a great retreat from urban life for families, couples or those in search of a deep nature experience.
There are spectacular rock formations unique to the Cederberg area and ancient rock paintings.
Cedarpeak has a number of cottages. Rooibos cottage is cosy and secluded with easy mountain access and sweeping views of the Citrusdal Valley. Blomhoff can accommodate up to seven people and has spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valley below. Kleinbosch is a one bedroomed couples cottage close to the dam with a generous secluded stoep area. All accommodation comes fully equipped kitchen facilities.