The Cederberg is a small mountain range located in the country of South Africa to the north of its largest city, Cape Town, making it one of the country's main and popular natural attractions. The main feature of the range is that it is made up of soft sandstone, which allows nature to create various rock formations by weathering in the area, including the Maltese Cross, Wolfberg Arch, Wolfberg Cracks, and others. The mountains are also famous for two natural areas of the same name: Cederberg Conservation Area and Cederberg Wilderness Area. There are 132 named mountains in Cederberg. The highest and most prominent mountain is Sneeuberg (2,026 m / 6,646 ft).