Closest Town: Clanwilliam
Grading: Moderate with some technical single track sections | Duration: 30 - 45 minutes
Location (Area/Province): Cape West Coast and Western Cape
Configuration: Anti-clockwise circle
Start Point: Sanddrif Holiday Resort
Access: Entry fee payable
Beware of: Rocky descents and sandy patches
Facilities: Secure parking, camping and self catering chalets. Showers and toilets.
Wolfberg Mountain Bike trail will take you past some of the most amazing rock formations that the Cederberg is famous for. The trail could also be ridden as part of the Kliphuis trail – total 30km.
On your bike
Easy riding jeep tracks through the Sanddrif campsite past the Sanddrif Cottages with a moderate climb through the Valley of the Red Gods – spectacular rock formations that turn bright red at sunset. The jeep track continues past the Wolfberg Cracks parking area, followed by a single track that links the rider to the banks of the Matjies River that will take you back to the Sanddrift Camp Site. Wolfberg Mountain Bike trail will take you past some of the most amazing rock formations that the Cederberg is famous for. The trail could also be ridden as part of the Kliphuis trail – total 30km.
Take care on the rocky single track with some Cederberg Beach sections in between. All technical sections are ride-able for more experienced riders.
There are also the Lot’s wife MTB Trail whick is 12.5km long.
Permits and gate combinations are available at Dwars Rivier Reception.
Off the bike
Sanddrif is the ideal base for nature lovers and the adventurous: trail hikers, mountain bikers and rock climbers. It is accessible but retains an air of remoteness, which makes it the perfect break-away for city dwellers. There’s a lot to do and enjoy: four well-known day hikes, bird watching, swimming, rock climbing, camping, mountain biking, a unique observatory and rock art. The less fit can enjoy the cool crystal-clear waters of the Maalgat pools only a 35 minute walk away, wander through the Valley of the Red Gods, watch the sun set the mountains on fire and later admire the star-studded sky from around the campfire.
Tel: +27 27 482 2825
Fax: 086 509 1683
GPS: 32º30’14” South / 19º15’27” East