Limpopo Province is home to some of the higher crags in South Africa including Blouberg a 400m high cliff.
Map of Climbing Areas in Limpopo
Limpopo Climbing Areas
Most of the crags in this province are listed below with a brief description and a few images. Please note that the images may not do the crag justice. Where the crag-name is linked you should find the online guide as well as more information on the area.
|Area Name||Featured Image||Climbing Type||Description|
||Trad||Big wall trad climbing with many excellent routes of upto 12 pitches on good rock. A truly African setting worth the long drive to get there. Its best not to venture out here alone, you would certainly get lost.|
|Hanglip||image needed||Trad||Multi-pitch trad climbs, rock quality not excellent but in a good isolated setting.|
|Krantzberg||image needed||Trad||Good multi-pitch trad routes on good rock.|
||Trad||En route to Polokwane and is an ideal weekend trip, or a handy alternative if you’re rained off Blouberg. Its an all-trad venue with a super easy walk-in, very exposed, wild and beautiful camping, deep pools, high waterfalls and easy-to-access cragging. There is lots of new route potential.|
||Multi-pitch Sport||Ngopane is a granite spire, nearly 100m in height, about 50 km to the north-east of Wellington's Dome, in the village of ga-Mashashane. The crag is in the middle of the village and the general reception there is friendly and chilled out. To date there are two routes up the Ngopane spire: one moderate three-pitch sport route to the summit with fantastic exposure and an easy 45m trad line almost half-way up the crag. There is also an easier scramble off the back of the crag from the top-out of the trad line.|
||Sport||Single and multi-pitch sport climbing near Mokopane|
||Multi-pitch Sport||Multi-pitch granite sport climbing near Mokopane with many good multi-pitch routes (up to 7P)|