The Cederberg Wilderness Area is situated about 200 kilometres in the north of Cape Town, stretching from the Middelberg Pass at Citrusdal to the north of the Pakhuis Pass at Clanwilliam and encompassing some 710 square kilometres of rugged, mountainous terrain. It is famous for landscapes and rock formations and consists mainly of Table Mountain sandstone. The highest point of the Cederberg Mountains is known as Sneeuberg (2'026 m).
It is famous for unique rock formations include the Wolfberg Arch, Townhall caves, Soldier's head, Maltese Cross, Lot's wife, Cedarberg wine cellar, Stadsaal and others.
South Africa 1986, Maltese Cross.
South Africa 2013, Cederberg Wilderness Area.