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Drakensberg Ice climbing – I know what you did last night
By the power vested in us, we now pronounce the ice season open!
A tale of grand theft, sending and route raiding at Chosspile
So the plot thickens, never has one crag been the location for so much scandal and mystery!
Rock Climbing gets cut from the Olympics
Climbing debuted as a demonstration sport at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Let’s first have a look at some the established events that uphold the Olympics ideals of “Faster, Higher, Stronger”.
UPDATE: Crocodile at Tonquani
We are happy to inform everyone that the crocodile that had ventured to Junction Pool , Tonquani has been safely removed from Junction Pool.
La Force Tranquille V15 – Nalle Hukkataival
Nalle Hukkataival making the first repeat of Daniel Woods' La Force Tranquille V15 in Magic Wood, Switzerland.
Rocklands with a good soundtrack
17 Jun 2013: South Africa | 1 Comment
Great Rocklands video by Iker Arroitajauregi
Cody Roth sends Streetfighter (34/8c)
17 Jun 2013: South Africa | 4 Comments
Cody Roth bags his first South African 8c with Streetfighter
Cableway to the clouds
14 Jun 2013: South Africa | 1 Comment
The concept, similar to the cableway at Table Mountain in Cape Town, aims to develop a 3 300-metre cableway with an intermediate station, climbing 1 300 metres to the summit
Pause #11 – 180 meter fall
14 Jun 2013: South Africa | 2 Comments
Cedar Wright taking a 180 meter fall.
Paige Claassen coming to South Africa
Paige Claassen, a visiting climber from the USA, will be giving a slideshow at Southern Rock.
Everest -A time lapse short film
Experience the beauty of Mt. Everest at night in time-lapse.
Talo Martín interviews Johnny Dawes
Characteristically funny and interesting Johnny's always worth a listen...
Sasha Digiulian coming to South Africa
Sasha Digiulian is coming to South Africa!
Dave MacLeod making the first ascent of Fight The Feeling (8c+/9a)
His latest FA, Fight The Feeling, is an interesting tale of an FA legacy being carried on from one generation of climbers to the next.