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The Cederberg is bordered by the Sandveld in the west, the Pakhuis Mountains in the north, the Springbok flats in the east, and the Koue Bokkeveld Mountains and the Skurweberge to the south. The Cederberg mountains extend 50 km north-south by 20 km east-west.
Arable land is limited by the altitude, dry climate and rocky terrain. Summers are very hot and dry and typically clear and cloudless. Winters are wetter and cold, with annual rainfall of less than 700 mm in low lying areas.
The economy of the Cederberg is primarily based on agriculture, while guest farms cater for the local and international tourist market. Rooibos Tea is the area’s most famous export, while fruit, proteas and other fynbos are also popular crops. The Cederberg Mountains is home to South Africa’s highest winery above sea level.
Skape / Sheep
Beeste / Cattle
Bokke / Goats
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