For the MCSA July Camp 2018, we will be returning to the Southern Berg to the evocatively named Crystal Waters Base Camp site.
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The Sentinel Peak Chain Ladders that are used to access the Amphitheatre route to Tugela Falls from Sentinel Car Park are going to be replaced with newly constructed ladders.
The Drakensberg escarpment stretches for over 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) from the Eastern Cape Province in the South, then successively forms, in order from south to north, the border between Lesotho and the Eastern Cape and the border between Lesotho and KwaZulu-Natal Province.
David & Lindie Bouldering at Appin Farm in Swinburne, a small village perched on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment.
A scribbled note left in a cave was the only clue hiker Mark Grobler, left before he disappeared in the Drakensberg Mountains.
Three seasoned hikers will attempt the 230 km Drakensberg Grand Traverse in support of the SANParks K9 Units.
Humankind is sitting too much. We are indeed, sitting ourselves to death. Yet we are so used to it, that we do not realize it.
From the 20th of May 2016, the Amphitheatre region will be closed to all persons.
A joint operation involving a mountain rescue team from the MCSA KZN Section, SAAF, KZN Wildlife and the Provincial Health Department took place today in the Monk’s Cowl area of the Drakensberg.
A timelapse movie of South Africa’s Drakensberg Mountain range. Backing song, ‘uKuthula’, by the Cape Town Youth Choir.