April 2015 Hi Climbing Community, Please see the below latest news that the MCSA Rock Climbing Committee is working on and please don’t hesitate to contact us with any suggestions, information or offers to assist us with any of the below items. Table Mountain National Parks General Activities […]
Four tourists and two guides were in the group and while in the process of escaping from the flood one man, a 29 year old from Belgium, was swept away.
“This is one of the most perfect boulders I’ve ever seen in my life,” says Nalle Hukkataival, of ‘African Star,’ his latest find in Swaziland.
“Climbing is all about freedom, the freedom to go beyond all the rules and take a chance, to experience something new, to gain insight into human nature… For me, imagination is more important in climbing than muscle or daredevil antics.”
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Jonathan Siegrist has done it again, ticking off his second 9a+/5.15a with La Rambla in Siurana, Spain. Siegrist worked the classic 40-meter line.
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Tom Ballard completes a pioneering ascent of the six great north faces of the Alps, 20 years after his mother Alison Hargreaves was killed climbing in the Himalayas
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Interview with South African filmmaker (and climbing gym owner) Robert Breyer. South Africa is mostly known for ‘The Rocklands’ bouldering, however The ‘African Fusion’ film blows that all out of the water!
Sean McColl applies technique and power.
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The local church Tower in the middle of Montagu was struck by lightning today.
The Shortest Boulder Problem in the world is at Fontainebleau