SANCF is proud to announce that the following Youth team members will be heading to Imst Austria to compete in the Youth World Cup which will run from 25 – 28 August.
I am standing at a bus stop, it’s raining and it’s cold, but I can’t stop grinning, which confuses the 50 or so little old Chinese ladies standing with me. I just can’t stop thinking about the route we climbed 2 days ago.
The First Ascent 5-in1 Poncho is, as the name suggest, a poncho with some extra tweaks that makes it easier to use it for other purposes than just a raincoat.
Petzl have announced a recall for replacement for all GRIGRI 2 belay devices with the first five digits of the serial number between 10326 & 11166.
By now, I could see the way of things and scavenged some food – we now had enough to keep us going 5 days instead of the planned 3.
As far as climbing goes, I’d really love to do hard traditional onsights and ground up ascents of big wall routes. Sport climbing is fantastic but a little limiting in some ways. Trad just seems to offer climbers the freedom to pick a line and head for the skyline. That appeals to me on a […]
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I was hooked. But it was the beauty of a high line at Maalgat that really appealed, and I wanted more.
Using Night Vision Goggles the crew of the Oryx had to position the helicopter as close as possible to the fallen man whilst maintaining sufficient distance from the dark cliff faces.
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It feels incredible to be climbing again, and to be feeling strong and getting on harder routes is really fantastic. The attraction of a hard route is not the grade but the challenge, where the moves require more finesse and flow which I really love.
The youth had been invited to compete in a selection competition in the hopes of being chosen to become part of the SA youth team and get the opportunity to compete overseas in August.