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  • 11:07, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Blouberg(New page: =Directions= =Walking Directions= There basically two different walk-ins: African Ivory and Frans' Kraal. The African Ivory route tackles the mountain from the south and basically foolows...)
  • 11:03, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Winston Park(New page: == Brief Overview == Winston is a residential area surrounded by cliffs in the Upper Highway area. There are 4 main areas were Rock Climbing is developed. Jan Smuts Area [[Tollgate...)
  • 11:03, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Umgeni Valley(New page: There is awesome climbing on cliffs above the lower Dwarves Dawdle trail at the Umgeni Valley reserve in Howick, KZN. Full details will be available in Roger Nattrass' pending "Mega KZN cl...)
  • 11:02, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Kloof Gorge(New page: Areas * The Boneyard [http://kzn.mcsa.org.za/boneyard/bone-menu.html] * Rumdoodle [http://kzn.mcsa.org.za/rumdoodle/rum-menu.html] * Boothill * The Cellar * The Gutter...)
  • 11:02, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N White Umfolozi River(New page: In a nutshell, what you find at the White Umfolozi is a selction of over two hundred and twenty routes, including more than sixty sport routes, all on superb rock. It is only 3 hours drive...)
  • 11:00, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Monteseel(New page: Areas * Eastern Crag * Lower Middle Buttress * Western Buttress) (top)
  • 10:59, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N The Wave Cave(New page: The Wave Cave has steep high quality routes. Ironically, in the Durban area you climb at the Wave Cave, but surf at Cave Rock. center == Routes == from left to right...) (top)
  • 10:59, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Swinburne(New page: Below Information Takes from [http://www.saclimb.co.za SAClimb] == Basic Info == Swinburne is a little village just off the N3, south of Harrismith. It is a very beautiful area strewn wit...)
  • 10:59, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Langberg(New page: Sport Climbing near Vrede. ±30 routes, grades up to 7c+. Short routes on soft Sandstone. == Best Season == All year round == Gear == Sport Rack & 50m rope == The climbing == The crag...)
  • 10:57, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Buffalo River(New page: http://www.climbing.co.za/wiki/images/6/63/East_London_-_Buffalo_River.pdf) (top)
  • 10:57, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N NSA, East London(New page: ==Download PDF== [http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/pdf/NSA_East_London_Topo.pdf Download the NSA, East London Topo] NB: this is a 115kb PDF) (top)
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Windmill Hole(New page: ==Download PDF== [http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/pdf/Windmill_Hole_East_London_Topo.pdf Download the Windmill Hole Topo] NB: this is a 54kb PDF) (top)
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Howissen's Poort/Scoops(New page: ==Download PDF== [http://www.climb.co.za/topo/Howissen_Poort_Scoops.pdf Download the Howissen Poort Topo by D.C.Marshall] NB: this is a 57kb PDF)
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N The Shire(New page: The Shire is situated about 35km North West of Tarkastad in the Eastern Cape which lies between Queenstown and Cradock. Here there are many "Karoo Mesers" like Mary which is a well establi...) (top)
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Pinnacle Gorge(New page: [http://www.climb.co.za/topo/pdf/pinnacle_gorge.pdf Pinnacle Gorge Intro PDF Download])
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Morgan Bay(New page: Seaside Trad Climbing on Dolerite rock. ±400 routes. == Best Season == Winter == Rock == Dolerite == Gear == Trad Rack & a 50m rope == The climbing == Morgan Bay is home to the only ...)
  • 10:56, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Hogsback(New page: Sport Climbing (about 40 routes, grades mostly between 6a-6c+, some harder). Some Trad clmbing. Also some bouldering nearby. Dolerite rock. ==Download PDF== *[http://www.climb.co.za/topo/...) (top)
  • 10:55, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Fort Fordyce(New page: Sport Climbing (about 20 routes, few grades below 6a, mostly between 6a-6c+). Some Trad clmbing. Dolerite rock. Up a stunning pass through south facing forests of Stinckwoods and Yellowwoo...)
  • 10:55, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Cape St Francis(New page: Awesome seaside bouldering ==Download PDF== [http://www.climb.co.za/topo/pdf/Cape_St_Francis_bouldering.pdf Download the Cape St Francis bouldering Topo by Niel Mostert] NB: this is a 1...) (top)
  • 10:51, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Llandudno(New page: Llandudno is best known for it short desperate slab climbing above dodgy bolts from the 80's. But more recently it is being frequented by a new generation of climbers looking for new urban...)
  • 10:50, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Redhill(New page: An easily accessible area, with rock very similar to Topside. == The climbing == The climbing of all grades (3-7c+/8a) ranges from technical slabs to burly roofs and is on bullet hard s...)
  • 10:50, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Topside(New page: The biggest bouldering area in the Cape Peninsula . There are more than 25 sectors contained hundreds of problems spread over the large exposed area surrounding Steenberg Peak. The boulde...)
  • 10:50, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Newlands Forest(New page: == Map == Image:NewlandsForestMap.jpg == Boulders == === The Classroom Boulders === == Getting There == The Classroom is a bouldering area in Newlands Forest. Park at the helic...)
  • 10:48, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Silvermine Boulder(New page: == Getting There == Drive from Cape Town up Ou Kaapse Weg and park on the left side of the road. The boulder is two minutes walk from the parking. Walk towards Muizenberg. [[Image:Silver...)
  • 10:48, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N New Joshua Tree(New page: Take your climbing shoes with you if you go mountain biking in Tokai Forest. There are two granite boulders. The smaller one has quite a few problems. The larger one has scope for quite a ...)
  • 10:44, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N The Hole(New page: Very Overhanging. +/-30 Single Pitch Sport Routes, Mostly hard routes in the hole itself, but some easier nearby. 30 min walk up to crags ==The climbing == Steep, long & pumpy. The main ...)
  • 10:44, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Peers Cave(New page: This is a pleasant crag for the family. Dogs are allowed in the area as well. The crag generally dries out quickly after rain (one or two full days) and shade can usually be found (except ...)
  • 10:44, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Muizenberg Buttress(New page: Many Multi Pitch Trad Routes (normally 4-5 pitches), Grades 14 - 23. 20 min walk up to crag. This is a multi pitch trad climbing area. The crag gets shade in the afternoon and is a good wi...) (top)
  • 10:42, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki(Western Cape)
  • 10:40, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki(Western Cape)
  • 10:39, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Lion's Head(New page: There are two crags on Lion's Head, one is Granite and the other is Sandstone. The sandstone climbing is on the concentric rings of rock a...)
  • 10:38, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Lakeside Pinnacle(New page: +/-10 Single Pitch Sport Routes, Grades 5 to 6a. 1 Single Pitch Trad Route, Grade 17. 5min walk up to crag. Sandstone === Gear === Sport Rack. If you want to climb 'Crack of Dawn' you'll ...)
  • 10:38, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Kalk Bay(New page: +/-25 Single Pitch Sport Routes, Grades 4 to 8a 20min walk up to crag. === Season === Autumn and afternoons. In winter there is water seepage in places and in summer onshore winds make th...)
  • 10:37, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki(Western Cape)
  • 10:36, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Hout Bay(New page: Variable climbing from nice sport climbing at Skoorsteenkop to multi-pitch tradding, some on big walls. The climbing is located in quite a number of areas. == Gear == Usual sport climbing...)
  • 10:33, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Higgovale Quarry(New page: A man made quarry that was used as a shooting range and now by climbers. A good place for beginners to learn the ropes, mostly easy routes, but it also has some harder ones. 2 min walk to ...)
  • 10:32, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Elsies Peak(New page: +/- 5 Single Pitch Sport Routes, Grades 6c+ to 7b and +/-60 Multi Pitch Trad Routes (up to 4P), Grades E2 - 27. 20min walk up to crag. == Season == All year round == Rock == Sandstone =...) (top)
  • 10:31, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Silvermine Crags(New page: Behind the ridge are four different crags: the Lower Crag has easy routes and is perfect for beginners, Blaze of Glory is a little harder, [[Silvermine Main ...)
  • 10:31, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Foreign Policy(New page: ==Approach== Foreign Policy is a crag about 500m right of The Hole. Park as for the Hole and follow the new (2005) path up to the Hole until it branches right towards Foreign Policy. ...) (top)
  • 10:31, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N The Underside(New page: The Underside is a new (2006) sport crag being developed by Guy Holwill and others. It is above the Mine and below Topside (hence the name). The crag consists of a series of roofs that can...)
  • 10:31, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N The Mine(New page: The Mine is one of the most popular sport crags in the Cape Peninsula. The rock is a hard sandstone with most routes involving at least one or two overhangs. Holds are generally small and...)
  • 10:31, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki(Western Cape)
  • 10:23, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Krakadow(New page: Multi Pitch Trad/Country Routes. The drive is +/- 4hours from Cape Town along the N7 highway plus alot of back country road drivin'. Long 3hr uphill walk-in. It's quite a mission getting...) (top)
  • 10:09, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Bolting information(New page: ==Source== At the time of creating this page, all information sourced from [http://www.saclimb.co.za www.saclimb.co.za] <br> "Alan Jarvis and Joffrey Hyman set about to do some proper test...)
  • 10:07, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N MCSA(New page: The '''Mountain Club of South Africa''' (MCSA) is the largest and oldest mountaineering club in South Africa. It facilitates and organises various mountaineering activities including rock ...)
  • 09:58, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki
  • 09:53, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki
  • 08:20, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) Cogmans Buttress
  • 08:12, 16 January 2009 (diff | hist) N Cogmans Buttress(New page: === Cogmans Buttress === Click [http://www.debos.co.za/routes3.html here for the Cogmans Buttress topo] on Debos.co.za)
  • 09:27, 15 January 2009 (diff | hist) South African Climbing Wiki(Getting started)

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