Urban Climber Magazine Calls it Quits

Urban Climber, founded by British publisher Mark Crowther, has published its last issue according to its Facebook posting.

Rock Chick of the month: Ingrid Mostert

We would like to congratulate Ingrid Mostert on realizing one of her climbing goals. Since Ingrid participated in the Black Diamond Tradathon earlier this year, she has persisted in leading more trad and has succeeded in two instances.

Interview: Philippe Ribière

After more than a year of filming, the Wild One* movie is finally finished. The movie is a 87 min documentary about the world famous handicap climber Philippe Ribiere who was born with the Rubenstein-Taybi Syndrome which is a series of several handicaps that includes various deformities. Abandoned by both parents on Martinique and adopted […]

Cogmans Kloof Pass open - 2012

Cogmans Kloof Montagu road upgrade

Cogmans Kloof road is due for an upgrade in the next 18 months or so and the public is being asked to give comment.


Puigblanque Snags Second Ascent of Catxasa (5.15a)

Spanish climber Ramón Julian Puigblanque has made the second ascent of Chris Sharma’s Catxasa (5.15a) at Santa Linya, Spain.


Video: The Mountain In The Sea

A teaser for a proposed documentary about rock climbing and its history on Table Mountain, recently declared a ‘Natural Wonder of the World’, in Cape Town, South Africa.


Security guards to patrol Lower Tonuqani area

Security guards to patrol Lower Tonuqani area

Starting from the end of May and during at least the whole of June (incl the 30 June weekend) the MCSA has contracted two security personnel to patrol the Northern end of the MCSA Tonquani , Boulder Kloof and Cederberg properties.


Human Waste Melting Out From McKinley

Tons of human waste dumped into crevasses on Mt. McKinley’s glaciers could surface in the next two decades

Lama Solos Les Barbares

Continuing a streak of stunning alpine climbs, David Lama has completed a fast solo ascent of Les Barbares


Video: Team KAPE 2 KENYA at the summit of Mt. Kenya (5199m)!!

On June 20th, 2012 Kai Fitchen and Jonathan Joseph touched the summit of Batian, the true summit of Mt. Kenya (5199m).