Calrin Curtis made the second ascent of “Hey Jupiter” (34/8c).
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I’m planning to go and do a bit of gardening & cleaning on the path to Silvermine Main crag on Sunday morning.
The Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) is considering erecting lookout towers in Lower Tokai Forest in an effort to improve safety in the area.
While almost everyone has walked to Elephant’s Eye Cave, the hike on up to Constantiaberg (site of the Silvermine Mast) is even more spectacular.
Silvermine West, as it’s officially known, opened again on the 22nd of December.
As part of the rehabilitation programme with the re-opening of this part of Silvermine envisaged by the end of December 2015.
The Artvark Gallery proudly presents “re-m-ember 6900 hectares”, a group exhibition pertaining to the recent Cape Town fires.
Yesterday a climber was injured at the Lower Silvermine climbing area. During the walk out a large boulder dislodged from the wall and crushed the climbers leg. He is ok and recovering in hospital.
The long awaited RD for the new route at Silvermine main crag opened by Malcolm Gowans and Jason Temple-Forbes.
Silvermine Main Crag remains closed due to nesting birds…