The majestic mountains and undulating rolling hills in Stellenbosch are not only a portrayal of its beauty, but are important factors in cultivating the vines that grow here. The hills in Stellenbosch are not steep, meaning that farmers can plant vines in rows up to the top, some of which are as high as 250m above sea level. Stellenbosch lies in a mountainous valley with an average elevation of 136m above sea level. The Stellenbosch mountain is South of the area, whilst the Jonkershoek, Drakenstein and Simonsberg mountains are in the East and Southeast. The highest point of elevation is Victoria Peak at 1590m.
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