It seems like everyone is getting ready for the WC Petzl Roc n Road which is due soon. Exercising the limbs and muscles and getting strong and fit before the comps.
We’re happy to announce the start of the first Climb ZA photo comp sponsored by Wild Country and Rusticus Wines. NB: Entries close 15 December so get cracking!
Permits can be obtained from Martha at the office on the town (Eyssenhuis) side of the kloof.
Royal Robbins, 75, owned Yosemite’s big walls in the 1960s, and his list of FAs is longer than this page.
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Silvermine Main Crag remains closed due to nesting birds…
Everyone is invited to climb, both to support the rock and road climbers and cheer them on as they start their journey as well as to celebrate the fantastic bouldering the Cape has to offer.
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Manager of Arctic Trucks Experience, Aron Reynisson, continues his interview with ExplorersWeb with telling about the new 6×6 vehicle, the modifications on the cars, how Arctic Trucks manage the fuel situation, how they leave the cars to over-winter on Antarctica, and the required skills and qualifications to become a driver in the extreme conditions on […]
“What an amazing event and what brilliant speakers,” says FEAT MC, Bruce Fordyce. “The format was perfect for keeping the pace fast and exciting. I sat spellbound listening to each dynamic presentation. It was an honour and privilege to share the stage with such special people.”
Due to a freak winter storm Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson have abandoned the Mescalito project on El Capitan in Yosemite.
What is the biggest change on the climbing scene since you started? It was back in 1985, when I got the chance to visit Buoux for the first time. In those days, Buoux was one of the places to be! You could say that it was the Mekka of the new sport climbing world.