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Who owns a sport route? Nalle vs. Chris Sharma

A storm is brewing, if not in full effect, between two of the world’s best sport climbers/boulderers over what could be the hardest sport route in the world so far.

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Ondra Bolts and Climbs Tanec Kuřátek 9a

Just few days after Golpe de Estado 9b, Adam Ondra made the FA of Tanec kuřátek (Dancing chicken) 9a

Robinson Gives V16 to New Buttermilks Problem

On March 30, Paul Robinson achieved the first ascent of a long-time project at the Buttermilk boulders in Bishop, calling it Lucid Dreaming.


Sherpa to climb Everest for 20th time

Apa Sherpa, who holds the record for the number of successful climbs to the summit of Mount Everest, has often said that he makes the death-defying ascent so that his children won’t ever have to. Now, as he prepares to attempt to reach Everest’s peak for the 20th time, the 49-year-old is grateful for the […]


Jeff Ayliffe stops off in Montagu

Jeff Ayliffe stopped off in Montagu yesterday for a quick climb before heading onto Oudtshoorn.


Chris Sharma will be in Montagu during the next Rock Rally!!

Montagu Rock Rally organiser Andy Davies has confirmed that Chris Sharma will be attending the Montagu Rock Rally.


Alien Tahrs Return

Although Table Mountain National Parks tried to eradicate the alien Himalayan tahr population in 2004, some have survived and are increasingly being spotted by hikers and tourists on the mountain.

Prinzip Hoffnung E10 – Repeated

Austrian climber Alex Luger has made the second ascent of Beat Kammerlander’s Prinzip Hoffnung E10.

Rastaman Vibration Sit is Done! 8C+!

Paul Robinson completed Rastaman vibration sit start, his long standing project just left of Evilution


Worcester Locals Feel the Earth Move

An earthquake struck the Cape Winelands on Monday, causing a blaze on the slopes of the Waaihoek mountains above Worcester and concern among farmers.