I saw a High Line set up over the gully on the way down to Baboon Buttress. I could not get the sight out of my mind. I have to try this!
Tag Archives | David Wade
This was a ‘Flash For Cash’ comp with the rule’s kept simple it was left to the climbers to get as high as they could on the route.
The first ever deep water solo competition, in Africa, took place at Wilgerpoort, South Africa.
David Wade, Evan Margettsm Elzanne Robinson and Joshua McNally did a climbing trip (and some interesting gear testing) at De Hoek Nature Reserve half an hour from Oudtshoorn tucked away in the Swartberg mountains.
Darryl helped me bolt The Bat (24) and that was it, the bolting bug had bitten and the infection set in. With 30 bolts remaining in my possession I walked the base of Bronkies with a different mindset constantly on the look out for which line of rock to next drill holes in.
David Wade captured some of the sending that went down at Waterval Boven during the start of 2014.
The Red Dragon project was the final piece of rock that needed to be conquered at the crag.
On the weekend of the 8th November 2013 fifteen climbers spent the weekend climbing at Mount Everest, Harrismith.
Joshua McNally, Nic Grech-Cumbo, Andrew Porter and my self did some hard sending in Oudtshoorn during the last week of August 2013 on the crags featurey limestone.
David Wade Sending Snapdragon (29/7c+) at Waterval Boven