Afriski Mountain Resort
Afriski Mountain Resort is an all year mountain adventure destination with a multitude of winter and summer activities. The resort is only one and half hours drive from Clarens.
Skiing & Snowboarding
It is also a little known fact that people have been skiing in various Southern African mountain ranges since 1929. One of the most ideally suited locations are the Maluti mountains in the Kingdom of Lesotho. A lot has changed since 1929 and the introduction of modern snow making facilities and lifts to Afriski since 2004 have allowed skiing and snowboarding to flourish in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho.
The resort operates much as a European ski village does including all the essential components for a great ski holiday, from the accommodation, ski equipment, snow passes, ski school, food etc.
Outdoor & Adventure
Afriski & Mountain Resort offers a range of summer activities that allow you to explore the beauty of the Mountain kingdom of Lesotho. Adventure sports in the fresh mountain air to relaxing in your cabin, we have something for everyone.
Family Mountain Fun
Afriski is the prefect summer getaway destination for the entire family with fun filled activities for the kiddies including the Pudi Adventure Land, with a bike pump track, climbing wall, and zip lining. With more family fun activities, such as Paintball, all-terrrain motorised scooters, Monster Rollers, or perhaps trout fishing in the Motete River is more your thing. Take a day trip to explore Lesotho, returning to the highest restaurant in Africa for a delicious meal.ids explore the river with lazy river tubes.
High Altitude Training
High Altitude training is a training technique used by endurance athletes at an altitude preferably above 2500m to enhance stamina and performance. We are the highest place that anyone can train and stay in Southern Africa with the resort lying at 3050m above sea level, and the trails for training gets up to 3322m above sea level. If you are training for a specific mountain bike or trail running event, there is no better way to get an edge than by spending a few days training and exploring the mountains at Afriski.
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