The Wupperthal Trail is one of Cederberg Heritage Route trails. A collective name for 5 community-based slackpacking trails in the Cedarberg mountains. Mostly ranging between 3 and 5 days. The trails make this beautiful area of the Cederberg accessible to walkers. Using charming community guest cottages in the Moravian Mission villages of Heuningvlei, Brugkraal and Wupperthal on the eastern side of the Wilderness area and Clanwilliam guest houses on the western side.
The Wupperthal hiking tour can be a 3 night or a 4 night trail with an optional day offered to hike up Krakadouw peak. Krakadouw peak is the highest mountain in the northern Cederberg. You walk from Pakhuis Pass all the way to Wupperthal, the picturesque mission village founded in the early 19th century. On the final day you return to Clanwilliam. Enjoy the Sevilla Rock Art trail to 9 different rock art sites. All the trails are fully inclusive: you are escorted by local community guides whilst your overnight luggage taken to the next nights' stay.
The Wupperthal Trail is priced according to the number of people in your party with a set price for 2, 4 or 6 people. Contact us for a tailormade price if you have a larger group.
Note: Unfortunately we dont sell this as a standalone product. But only in conjunction with other accommodation and touring.
Africa Travel Specialist