wigwam/narrow kloof access

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andrew p
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wigwam/narrow kloof access

Postby andrew p » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:23 pm

Just an update on this. I have advised the resort to ask climbers to fill out an indemnity when they enter, like Chospile. This is for our benefit as it protects access in the case of an accident.
Also there is a R10 entrance discount for MCSA members on the basis that every climb there was equipped with MCSA Magalies & Joburg section bolts, so its R20 versus R30. Woo hoo.
Make sure everyone signs in at reception and take a reciept to show the security at the gatehouse on the way out.
I dont like formality either, but when a crag is popular its got to happen.
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Andrew

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Re: wigwam/narrow kloof access

Postby brianweaver » Wed Dec 05, 2012 4:40 pm

LIKE :thumleft:
I hate this real world place... I'd be more than happy to live out there rather...

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Re: wigwam/narrow kloof access

Postby Forket » Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:27 pm

respect:D


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