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Disclaimer

Climbing is a potentially dangerous sport with significant risk of personal injury or even death. Climb ZA recommends that you only partake in climbing after proper and professional instruction has been received. You should become familiar with the risks and take responsibility for your own safety and that of those climbing with you.

All the information on this web site has come from many sources and Climb ZA & it’s authors make no warranties regarding the content, completeness, quality or safety of the information, or it’s application for any purpose. Climb ZA is striving to keep the data as accurate as possible but it is impossible to verify all the information. We would appreciate any feedback with errors and inaccuracies you may spot.

Climb ZA & it’s authors specifically disclaim all warranties with respect to this publication or your use thereof, express, implied, or otherwise, including without limitation, all warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non infringement. In no event shall Climb ZA & it’s authors be liable for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages, or any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, the loss of life or limbs, damages due to personal injury, the loss of data or profits resulting from or in connection with the use, misuse, or performance of the information herein.

The authors assume no responsibility for errors or omissions on this web site or other sites or documents referred to by this site.

Many climbing areas are privately owned and access to these properties must be confirmed before climbing on them.  Also keep in mind that ownership of these properties changes from time to time, don’t simply assume that since you had access a while ago that it is still open. It is your responsibility to gain permission from the current land owners. Please respect that the property is private and treat it with respect, removing your litter and adhering to any any rules set out by the owner(s). Doing anything that might put climbers in a bad light can ruin access for other climbers – please behave and gain the respect of the land owners.

Bolting is only allowed in certain areas and any climbers wishing to bolt must obtain the owner’s express permission and should also adhere to the current bolting ethics.

All brands, logos, trademarks and product names are from their respective owner’s and holders, no infringement on such marks is intended.