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         | Walkin = 15 minutes
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         | Aspect = Morning Sade
 
         | Province = Western Cape
 
         | Province = Western Cape
 
         | Area = Montagu  
 
         | Area = Montagu  
 
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[[Category:Montagu]]
 
[[Category:Montagu]]
[[Category:Bad Kloof]]
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The Palace Routes from the far LEFT of the crag towards the right
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|-
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|#
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|ROUTE NAME / AREA
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|GRADE
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|# BOLTS
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|RATING
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|BOLTING/OPENED INFO
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|DESCRIPTION
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|-
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|1.
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|Bad Cop, No Donut
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|24/7a
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|6 Bolts
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|FA. J Samson. 2004.
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|Starts on extreme left halfway up the slabs
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|-
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|2.
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|Elegantly Wasted
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|26/7b
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|10 Bolts
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|
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|FA. J Temple-Forbes. 1999.
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|
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|-
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|3.
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|S''1''0''2''
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|25/7a+
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|10 Bolts
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|
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|FA. J Orton. 2004.
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|
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|-
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|4.
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|Icarus
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|23/6c+
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|
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|
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|BB&FA. S Brown. 2010
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|-
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|5.
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|Lexi's Route
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|25/7a+
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|7 Bolts
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|
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| <unknown>
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|
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|-
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|6.
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|Cyberpunk
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|25/7a+
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|9 Bolts
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|*****
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|FA. R Nattrass. 1996.
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|
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|-
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|7.
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|MoonaBoos
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|27/7b+
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|10 Bolts
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|FA. J Orton. 1999.
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|
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|-
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|8.
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|Shagadelic
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|23/6c+
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|8 Bolts
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|FA. J Orton. 2000
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|
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|-
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|9.
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|Burning Chrome
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|28/7c
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|14 Bolts
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|FA. R Nattrass. 1995.
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|
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|-
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|10.
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|Judge Dredd
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|29/7c+
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|13 Bolts
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|FA. R Nattrass. 1996.
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|-
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|11.
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|Strange Days
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|31/8a+
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|5 Bolts
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|FA. E Wiercx. 1997.
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|-
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|12.
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|About Time
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|27/7b+
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|12 Bolts
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|FA. C Martinengo. 2004.
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|
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|-
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|13.
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|The Activist
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|30/8a
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|11 Bolts
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|FA. Roger Nattrass. 1995.
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|
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|-
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|14.
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|The Neuromancer
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|23/6c+
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|8 Bolts
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|FA. Roger Nattrass. 1995.
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|-
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|15.
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|Mad Max
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|21/6b+
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|14 Bolts
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|FA. S Brown. 2002.
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|13[7Bolts] ends at mid chains. Note: Take a long sling to extend the chains between pitches.
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|-
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|16.
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|Psycho Ranger
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|20/6b
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|13 Bolts
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|FA. S Brown. 2002.
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|15[6Bolts] ends at mid chains. Note: Take a long sling to extend the chains between pitches.
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|}

Latest revision as of 17:43, 30 July 2014

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The Palace
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Latitude-33.773043
Longitude20.120942
Climbing TypeSport
Crag GradientOverhanging
Walk in15 minutes
Crag AspectMorning Sade
ProvinceWestern Cape
AreaMontagu
20040815 126 2670 palace.jpg

The Palace Routes from the far LEFT of the crag towards the right

# ROUTE NAME / AREA GRADE # BOLTS RATING BOLTING/OPENED INFO DESCRIPTION
1. Bad Cop, No Donut 24/7a 6 Bolts FA. J Samson. 2004. Starts on extreme left halfway up the slabs
2. Elegantly Wasted 26/7b 10 Bolts FA. J Temple-Forbes. 1999.
3. S102 25/7a+ 10 Bolts FA. J Orton. 2004.
4. Icarus 23/6c+ BB&FA. S Brown. 2010
5. Lexi's Route 25/7a+ 7 Bolts <unknown>
6. Cyberpunk 25/7a+ 9 Bolts ***** FA. R Nattrass. 1996.
7. MoonaBoos 27/7b+ 10 Bolts FA. J Orton. 1999.
8. Shagadelic 23/6c+ 8 Bolts FA. J Orton. 2000
9. Burning Chrome 28/7c 14 Bolts FA. R Nattrass. 1995.
10. Judge Dredd 29/7c+ 13 Bolts FA. R Nattrass. 1996.
11. Strange Days 31/8a+ 5 Bolts FA. E Wiercx. 1997.
12. About Time 27/7b+ 12 Bolts FA. C Martinengo. 2004.
13. The Activist 30/8a 11 Bolts FA. Roger Nattrass. 1995.
14. The Neuromancer 23/6c+ 8 Bolts FA. Roger Nattrass. 1995.
15. Mad Max 21/6b+ 14 Bolts FA. S Brown. 2002. 13[7Bolts] ends at mid chains. Note: Take a long sling to extend the chains between pitches.
16. Psycho Ranger 20/6b 13 Bolts FA. S Brown. 2002. 15[6Bolts] ends at mid chains. Note: Take a long sling to extend the chains between pitches.