Rappelling /Abseiling in Clarens, Maluti Mountains, Free State South Africa

The Free State is situated on the flat boundless plains in the heart of South Africa. Known locally as the "breadbasket" of South Africa, it is an agricultural city and most of its land lies at 1000 m/3281 ft above sea level. It is the land of rugby, sunny skies and characterized by a continental climate, with warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters.

Abseiling in Clarens is awesome. Characterized by lovely sandstone cliffs on the mountains, it just makes it an all exciting and stunning adventure. Abseiling here accommodates both the novice and the experts as well. You get to have the best view of Clarens and its surroundings at the top of the Swartland Rock.

Experience the adrenalin rush on this sandstone rock face at 50 m/164 ft high, by first hiking its back cliff and then a vertical drop at the front. Experienced guides are at your beck and call and ensure that safety precautions are adhered to.