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        | Province = Free State
        | Area = Eagle Mountain

Revision as of 15:13, 2 February 2012

Harrismith > Eagle Mountain

The Nursery

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Climbing TypeSport (Bolts)
Crag GradientSlab
Walk in10 uphill flat walk
Crag Aspect?
ProvinceFree State
AreaEagle Mountain

This crag is on the most southerly part of the main mountain. Park off the road at least 100 m before the chalet and then walk diagonally left up the slope to the crag. The paths that once existed are mainly overgrown. There are currently three routes on the crag which all start at the same point. The routes separate at an obvious ledge about 8m above the ground. Beware of possible loose rock.

The Nursery;  Eagle Crag;  Comfort Zone;  Eagle's Head

  • The Nursery; Eagle Crag; Comfort Zone; Eagle's Head

Crag Photo

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Route List

1. Nappy Rash (18; 20) 10D; 8D *** FA: Glen Harrison and Eugene (1998) Climb up past the first 4 or 5 bolts of 'Child's Play' then move out left around the corner. Stem out left onto a small pillar directly below the roof for the first stance. Surmount the pillar (exposed) and pull through the roof (reachy) and continue up the face to the top.
2. Child’s Play (19) 10D ** FA: Glen Harrison and Eugene (1998) Follow the bolted line straight up to the ledge. Move left and continue up below the big roof.
3. Jungle Jimmy (21) 11D ** FA: Glen Harrison and Eugene (1998) Start up 'Child's Play' as far as the ledge. Move out further to the right and continue up the line of bolts. Pull through the small overlap in the roof the top jugs.