Boulder Kloof (trad)

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This kloof is owned by the MCSA and  permits should be obtained - see [[MCSA]] page for details. It is part of the Tonquani Complex.  
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This kloof is owned by the MCSA and  permits should be obtained - see [[MCSA]] page for details. It is part of the Tonquani Complex. The kloof joins Lower Tonquani just before Cedarberg. The meet spot is below the climb Comanici. The nearest perennial supply of water is at the junction with Tonquani.
  
 
= Routes/ Gradings =
 
= Routes/ Gradings =
There are about 60 traditional climbs here, mostly single pitch routes but generally of very high quality. The grades vary from 8 to 27 and many routes in the early twenties can be found here including many good classics.  
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There are about 60 traditional climbs here, mostly single pitch routes but generally of very high quality. The grades vary from 8 to 27 and many routes in the early twenties can be found here including many good classics.  Climbs are generally of a very high standard on good quality, steep rock but tend to be short.
  
 
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[http://www.saclimb.co.za/magaliesberg/boulder.html SACIN site - Boulder kloof]
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[http://mcsajohannesburg.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=209&Itemid=178 MCSA site - Boulder Kloof]  
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Revision as of 19:34, 20 August 2013

Contents

Access

This kloof is owned by the MCSA and permits should be obtained - see MCSA page for details. It is part of the Tonquani Complex. The kloof joins Lower Tonquani just before Cedarberg. The meet spot is below the climb Comanici. The nearest perennial supply of water is at the junction with Tonquani.

Routes/ Gradings

There are about 60 traditional climbs here, mostly single pitch routes but generally of very high quality. The grades vary from 8 to 27 and many routes in the early twenties can be found here including many good classics. Climbs are generally of a very high standard on good quality, steep rock but tend to be short.

Aspect

Sometimes water can be found in the kloof but usually one needs to get close to the intersection with Tonquani. Climbing is good all year round.

Notes

The kloof joins Lower Tonquani just before Cedarberg. The meet spot is below the climb Comanici. The nearest perennial supply of water is at the junction with Lower Tonquani. Climbs are generally of a very high standard on good quality, steep rock but tend to be short.

Route guide

MCSA site - Boulder Kloof

New routes

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