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=== Free State ===
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Often thought to be a flat province but there is actually unlimited outcrops of sandstone mountains sometimes over 200m high. Mnt Everest Reserve & Swinburne offer good sport routes and bouldering in secure and beautiful settings.
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= Climbing Areas in the Free State =
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*[[Harrismith]]
 
*[[Langberg]]
 
*[[Langberg]]
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*[[Little Rock]]
 
*[[Swinburne]]
 
*[[Swinburne]]
 
*[[Thaba Nchu]]
 
*[[Thaba Nchu]]
*[[Little Rock]]
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*[[Harrismith]]
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=PDF Topo Downloads for Climbing Areas in the Free State=
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http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/south-africa/free-state/
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= Map of Climbing Areas in the Free State =
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<display_points type="terrain" height="500" width="800">
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-27.646621,29.600594 |[[Langberg]]
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-28.22877,29.16576 |[[Swinburne]]
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-28.165111, 29.18228 |[[Harrismith]]
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-29.203682,27.444484 |[[Little Rock]]
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-29.229639,26.879926 |[[Thaba Nchu]]
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</display_points>

Latest revision as of 18:18, 3 August 2014

Often thought to be a flat province but there is actually unlimited outcrops of sandstone mountains sometimes over 200m high. Mnt Everest Reserve & Swinburne offer good sport routes and bouldering in secure and beautiful settings.

Climbing Areas in the Free State

PDF Topo Downloads for Climbing Areas in the Free State

http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/south-africa/free-state/

Map of Climbing Areas in the Free State

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