As an all round South African mountaineer Dave Cheesmond has probably only ever been surpassed by Andy de Klerk. In 1977 he produced his little stapled route book The Western Cape – Fifty Selected Routes.
The last Rory Lowther Memorial Challenge was held over 5 years ago. This year a few climbers partnered with Non-Stop Adventures have worked to revive the competition under a new name.
Travel photographer Erin Sullivan takes us on a journey to explore the impacts of the social media-fueled photography and the importance of being responsible and respectful visitors while recreating in the lands we love.
Every year the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) gathers the finest on mountain related film-making from across the globe.
With a number of attacks on users within Table Mountain National Park, someone has since created a Google map showing the locations of past incidents.
Paige Claassen sends Groove Train 5.14b//8c in Australia’s Grampians National Park.
Kai Lightner, an American rock climber and adidas ambassador has arrived in Cape Town to work alongside DreamHigher to uplift the youth through the sport of climbing.
There was an accident in Rocklands this past weekend where Jethro Watson, a Cape Town local, had his legs broken badly by a large rock which dislodged while scrambling.
Robert and Richard from CityROCK visited the Outdoor Tradeshow in Munich from 30 June to 3 July.
Another episode of the climbing lingo series – this time we ask “Whats a Gumby?”