Aerial view of Klinghardt Mountains in the Diamond Restricted Area (2018)
|Elevation||1,070 m (3,510 ft)|
The Klinghardt Mountains are a Namibian mountain range in the Diamond Restricted Aerea, also called Sperrgebiet. The Klinghardt Mountains are located approximately 90 km south-southeast of Lüderitz and extend over an area of about 350 km2. East of the Klinghardt Mountains is the mountain Höchster.
The bushes to be found in the mountains just survive because of the mist, which sometimes is formed above the cold Atlantic and then during daytime drifts far into the desert. The few Camel Thorn trees take their water from deep underground accumulations.