So what is it to climb a rock? Nature provides the sculptured stage, ours is merely an act there on. Art on art, if you will.
Tag Archives | Cederberg
Thus far, the weekend was a perfect example of a soul-nourishing Cederberg camping trip. Then Gustav and Jeroen ate the bacon.
Paul Robinson just got back from a trip to the Cederberg (and a few other places) in South Africa where he send a few First Ascents.
Rockstock 2014 – The International Airstar World Championships are back, taking place on the 2nd of August at De Pakhuys Campground!
An American Tourist who went missing in the Cederberg Mountains was found alive and well after he lost the path during a solo hike.
On Wednesday, January 16th, a lightning storm sparked several fires throughout the northern and central Cederberg mountains.
There is a process under way at the moment to compile a ‘Cedarberg Nature Reserve Complex Management Plan’ which covers Rocklands and all the other climbing areas.
A 4 minute video featuring the Cederberg Wilderness Area, a CapeNature conservation zone which protects some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in South Africa. Situated about three hours north-east of Cape Town, this 71 000-hectare reserve is a true wilderness area, where it’s possible to hike for several days without seeing anyone else.