All Chalets have fully equipped kitchens, dining tables and lounges. Full bathroom and patio with barbecue facility
Linen and towels provided. Please supply your own wood, charcoal and ice
The two basic rooms has six single beds. These rooms share the modern ablution and communal kitchen with camping guests.
We have a small informal area for caravan and tents with power points and under roof braai facilities
On site facilities include two hiking trails 14 km (approx 6 hours) and 9 km (approx 4 hours) with views of Lesotho, the Caledon river, Clarens and Fouriesburg districts. Along the way you will come across the Queen Victoria rock formation, Bushman paintings and a Dinosaurs femur embedded in rock.
Lesoba also boasts Blesbuck , rock rabbits and an array of bird species. Magnificent stargazing at night
The first kilometre consists of a steep climb up through a rock-strewn cleft in the rocks, which leads to the top of the mountain. From here a detour of another kilometre takes you along a spur to a magnificent viewpoint that looks out across the Caledon River to the mountains of Lesotho beyond. Retreat back along the spur and then ascend to the flat mountain top to enjoy an easy walk of about five kilometres and some beautiful views of the surrounding area.
The descent from the mountain is probably even steeper than the ascent, so take care as you scramble down a path of loose rock for about 300 metres.
Near the base of the mountain, the trail veers off to the right and follows the base of the krans for a short distance until you reach a large overhang. This is a good place to take a rest as most of the remainder of the trail is in the open. From here, the path descends to a stream, which is often dry, and then a short climb takes you to the foot of Queen Victoria. This is a rock outcrop that has an uncanny resemblance to the seated monarch and is a well-known landmark of the area. An easy 2,5-kilometre walk completes the trail.
A second trail of seven kilometres is also available at Lesoba. This trail is even steeper than the first but the views from the top make it worthwhile. Both trails must be booked in advance and require an overnight stay.
For the adventurous there is a challenging 4x4 route (approx 2 – 3 ½ hours). The route offers various obstacles for you to challenge yourself and your vehicle. There are optional routes to bypass some of the bigger more difficult sections of the 4x4 route. Lesoba offers the best scenic drive in the whole Eastern Free State
On site facilities include various options for mountain biking with views of Lesotho, the Caledon river, Clarens and Fouriesburg districts.
Along the way you will come across the Queen Victoria rock formation, Bushman paintings and a Dinosaurs femur embedded in rock.
Lesoba also boasts Blesbuck , rock rabbits and an array of bird species.
Magnificent stargazing at night.
With a combination of 4x4 route & hiking trails you will be entertained for hours with awesome terrain and spectacular view.