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== The Waterval Boven Guide ==
 
== The Waterval Boven Guide ==
  
This guide covers everything. Here you can look at some photos posted by members of the ClimbZA forum: [http://www.climbing.co.za/gallery2/thumbnails.php?album=17]
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This guide covers everything.
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[http://www.climbing.co.za/gallery2/thumbnails.php?album=17 Click here to look at some photos posted by members of the ClimbZA forum:]
  
 
* [http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/pdf/WatervalBovenGuide20130311.pdf ONLINE GUIDE TO SPORT AND TRAD CLIMBING AT WATERVAL BOVEN, SOUTH AFRICA - Updated March 2013.]
 
* [http://www.climbing.co.za/topo/pdf/WatervalBovenGuide20130311.pdf ONLINE GUIDE TO SPORT AND TRAD CLIMBING AT WATERVAL BOVEN, SOUTH AFRICA - Updated March 2013.]

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Waterval Boven is one of South Africa's premier spots for sport climbing. There are hundreds of excellent quality sport routes on orange sandstone.

The Waterval Boven Guide

This guide covers everything. Click here to look at some photos posted by members of the ClimbZA forum:

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Baboon Buttress

HYPOPNEA 25 *** [6D,A] Weird but a cool outing! From the ledge at the chains of Dreamers (23), un-clip the chains and keep clipping diagonally left, breathing slowly..go way left..then up to the chains. If you do this and Dreamers as one pitch, you need a 70m rope and tie knots in the ends and extended draws! FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg 2013