“The bolts on this route are all rusty and totally sketchy. Someone needs to replace them before someone gets hurt.”
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Please see the below latest news that the MCSA Rock Climbing Committee is working on and please don’t hesitate to contact us with any suggestions, information or offers to assist us with any of the below items.
The May 2015 Montagu ARF Meet was a success, with nine and half routes getting rebolted (and old bolts removed).
It would seem that there is an expectation in the Cape Town climbing community that someone else will take care of the problem.
The Anchor Replacement Fund (ARF) recently installed the following abseil anchors on Lions Head sandstone:
It would seem that some confusion still exists about which bolts should be used at our crags, so I would like to remind all you trigger-happy bolters out there that the bolting Specifications for bolts are as follows…
The crux handhold fell off soon after the first ascent, and I doubt that anyone has climbed the route since because the old crux bolt snapped off with a light tug during the recent ARF meet (the entire route was rebolted with glue-ins).
The ARF meet at Peers Cave on Sunday went well with about 15 skilled enthusiasts taking part with 8 healthy drill batteries.