We play in it. We drink it. We need it more than anything else to survive.
The 6th Rumble is on it’s way and because it is the final one Southern Rock is going to bump up the festivities a few notches.
The aim of these articles is to encourage a sense of community amongst SA alpinists and to inspire people to get out there and learn about this adventurous aspect of the climbing world hopefully under the guidance and skills of those getting the relevant experience.
Now, a sensible man would have cleaned the gear and sipped tea for the afternoon. Fortunately, I can’t claim an abundance of sensibility, nor do I like tea.
An almost unlimited potential for Trad development, with 1,000’s of new routes to climb! In three weeks the pair barely scratched the surface…
Don set off with a clutch of pitons and hammer. He aided a thin seam up the very attractive steep white face until he could free climb up to an overlap… Jonathan Levy and Tim Hughes joined Mike and Don to follow up their route on its first ascent.
Steph Davis – We can decide between allowing things to weigh us down or we can decide to fly.
People were simply on the rock because they enjoy climbing, the only difference is that they just had a little more motivation.
Interview with 28 year old Austrian Angy Eiter who was recently in South Africa and spent time in Rocklands and Montagu.
Great video of a few guys and girls having fun on the Sentinal at Hout Bay!! The video features a BASE Swing and Space Line.