An interview with South African climbing legend Andy de Klerk
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A study by UCT researchers, has confirmed a decline in the iconic conifer, the Clanwilliam cedar.
Rock climbing, which includes traditional climbing, sport climbing and bouldering is one of the best ways to experience the Western Cape’s natural heritage, is fast becoming a popular recreational activity in the country.
The 1996 Sunday Times Everest Expedition was touted as a symbol of non-racial unity and achievement for the new South Africa.
All agree that the British-born leader of the First South African 1996 Everest Expedition, Ian Woodall, was the villain.
Ed February, Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at UCT, has turned his attentions to the endangered Cedar tree, the only tree species growing among fynbos and endemic to the Cederberg mountains.
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Ed February speaks about mountaineering in our modern day.