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Mount Kenya – From 5199m To Zero

Report by Raymond Kröger Somewhere in the year, my wife (Michi) and I started toying with the idea of taking some undeserved sabbatical-style time off, going to Kenya or something… and well, climbing a mountain there if we could find one.  And so we did, discovering Mount Kenya.  Now numerous South Africans we know have […]

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“Pole Pole, Ninjas”

From Stellar Point, it is a mere 100m ascent on a gentle looking slope for another 800m to Uhuru Peak, the highest point in Africa. After the struggle to get to the crater rim, one feels that the gentle stroll to Uhuru will take a few minutes. Nothing could be further from the truth!

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Sharper Edges by Andrew De Klerk

Sharper Edges by Andy de Klerk

A soulful new twist on climbing literature, the stories in Sharper Edges span two decades of climbing, BASE jumping and family life. With frankness, sensitivity, philosophy and deadpan humour, Andy de Klerk takes you on the end of a rope into his world of extreme danger, friendship, heartache and loss.

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