Gosia Lipinska climbs Dream Street Rose – grade 28. To date, the hardest trad lead by an SA woman.
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.
Ed February speaks about mountaineering in our modern day.
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The winners of the African Alpine Adventures Photographic Competition have been announced.
Montagu: Waterworld is Climbable Again! Waterworld base build report: The work meet was a great success and (although some work is still needed) Waterworld is back.
Brian Weaver gives us an account of his latest experience, “On my way back I came across a little black snake. I took some pictures and then I picked it up. It was totally chilled at first and I carried it a bit, then it bit me twice.”
Joe Möhle was named Sportsperson of the year, at the the 2012 UCT Sports Awards.
Anyone found to be not complying with the rules will be banned from the property and should the access be closed down, (they) will not be very popular!
Andrew Pedley won with an average grade of 31. Brian Weaver came 2nd beating Kim Robinson, the visiting Tasmanian, by 15 points both averaging a grade of 30.5
Gosia Lipinska has been climbing for 9 years and has climbed extensively all over South Africa and the world.
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