EXCUSES – something we as climbers are guilty of doing at some point and some more than others. So what exactly are excuses?
Jason Temple-Forbes on his route: Lemon Chello 26/7b at Sunset Wall/The Hole, Cape Town.
Three seasoned hikers will attempt the 230 km Drakensberg Grand Traverse in support of the SANParks K9 Units.
Alex Honnold once told me that somewhere in his van, he has a list of life goals. On top of that list there are two letters, “FR,” meaning the Freerider, the most popular route up the 3,000-foot granite monolith of El Capitan.
Four years ago Cape Union Mart introduced the Adventure Film Challenge to encourage local adventurers, sports persons and filmmakers to make and submit films showcasing their outdoor passions.
Two of America’s boldest rock climbers and self-proclaimed fashionistas, Alex Honnold & Cedar Wright, travel to Kenya’s Mt. Poi. The guys dodge choss, wild animals and general debauchery to claim ascents of Africa’s biggest big wall. It’s, uh, character building.
Two South African trad climbing exchange meets have taken place with the UK to date. The first exchange meet took place almost 20 years ago and then last year the event was repeated. A group of 10 talented UK climbers from the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) visited South Africa for about 12 days and then […]
Into the Kloof With soaring cliffs, cascading waterfalls, crystal clear pools and majestic old trees through which the sun dapples, Upper Tonquani is considered by many as the most beautiful and spectacular of all Magaliesberg kloofs.
Packing gear began three weeks prior to the Rocklands highline meeting, with rigging a good day and half beforehand.
Yesterday, Ueli Steck, the Swiss climber commonly regarded as one of the most formidable alpinists to ever live, was making a solo ascent of Nuptse