Ngopane (gaMashashane)

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Routes:

To date there is a single easy 45m trad line up the crag and an easier scramble off the back of the crag from the route's top-out.

1. Mma-mogašwa (11, trad) Opened in a single 45m pitch on double ropes, this line follows the right hand crack on the south-eastern side of the crag to a point 20m below the summit. To get down, scramble under the boulders to the left and scramble down the steep gully on the crag's eastern side.

Location:

Ngopane is a granite spire, about 70m in height, to the north-east of Wellington's Dome. The crag is in the middle of the village and the general reception there is friendly and chilled out. <googlemap version="0.9" lat="-23.931936" lon="29.125271" zoom="16"> </googlemap>


Access:

Access is currently being negotiated via Kgoshi Mashashane - watch this spot for details!

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