Author Archive | Andrew Pedley

Chossfest 2014

Chossfest 2014

It is going to be a chilled fun day at the Chosspile with some great things to watch. Loads of people coming and its R20 for everyone that day, and no need to be a club member, its open to all.


A Life In The Orange - Andrew Pedley

A Life In The Orange

‘A Life In The Orange’ slideshow presented by Andrew Pedley. The show will feature the best moments and other stuff from 25 years climbing.

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Kilian Fischuber climbing, South Africa, Waterval Boven

Kilian Fischhuber 8c at Boven + 2nd Ascent of Digital Warfare

On the 29th of June multiple world Cup Bouldering Champ Kilian Fischhuber tied into a rope at Waterfall Boven for a few days and opened the Shear Force open project at the Right Wing.

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Candice Bagley on Snapdragon at Waterval Boven

New Boven Guide – Get Your Photo on the Cover!

A New Boven Guide will be available for download at the end of August – get your photo on the cover!


Boven Sport Climbing Fund

Funding available for sport climbing development

The Boven Sport Fund is to support Sport Climbing development by young South Africans in southern Africa.


wow prow topo

WOW Prow Topo

Following the recent trip to the Wow Prow by Paige Claassen, Jon Glassberg, and a psyched bunch of climbers from Joburg I decided to let the cat out of the bag and write this topo.


Cut rope, stolen

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!

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Welcome to Ovamboland at the Superbowl, Waterval Boven.

The Life in the Orange – Waterval Boven Guide

What better way to start March than by downloading the latest Waterval Boven update!


The Chosfather (Colin Crabtree) at The Chosspile.

The Chosfather

I named the Chosfather in celebration of Gauteng’s oldest proper strong-man, Colin Crabtree, who has been ‘chossing-it’ since before there was even a damn at Harties.

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Harrismith. The new frontier?

Could Harrismith (aka Mt Everest or Eagle Mountain) be the new frontier for Gauteng sport-climbers!?

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