Five applications from prospective Supertramps intending to go tramping from as far afield as the Himalayas to our own back yard in South Africa were received for the 2011 MCSA Supertramp Award.
Petzl’s GriGri2 and four pieces of equipment from Black Diamond have become the first braking devices to be certified by the UIAA and can now bear the UIAA Safety Label – the only certification for braking devices worldwide.
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Press comments by various members of Table Mountain National Park beg further comment. While we believe these people to be hard working and diligent, they are short staffed and lacking in the fundamental skills of policing and apprehending criminals of this type on this terrain.
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The Barn are holding their 6th annual climbing competition this Saturday…
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A selection of the photo entries to the WildCountry / Rusticus photo competition of 2010 – come and see the entries on the big screen!
The 9+ mile hike into the Cirque of the Towers, up over Jackass Pass, is enough to make anyone’s brow a little sweaty.
Sharma has delivered everything that “the next generation” is supposed to in rock climbing. He has been setting new standards for 15 years—half his life. And now, on April 23, he turns 30.
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On January 20, Brit Tom Bolger climbed Edu Marin’s Ciudad de Dios (5.14d/5.15a) in Santa Linya, Spain.
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Gillian Bester, a mere 16 years of age, took two epic days working the 25 graded route at Baboon Buttress in Waterval Boven, aptly named “Legends”.