The winners of the African Alpine Adventures Photographic Competition have been announced.
Montagu: Waterworld is Climbable Again! Waterworld base build report: The work meet was a great success and (although some work is still needed) Waterworld is back.
The 2013 MCSA Supertramp Award of up to R15 000 is available to a young South African who either individually or in a group will take on a mountaineering-related expedition / trip during 2013.
Denmark is now home to an 80 meter high climbing wall, which claims to be the highest in the world! It has been built on the side of the CopenHill building in Copenhagen. According to climbing.com the routes are up to four pitches in length. “Walltopia—a climbing wall manufacturer—has designed and constructed the world’s […]
I first met Andy Court & Nic van Doesburgh a few years ago at the battered and ramshackle UCT climbing gym in Cape Town, South Africa. The stomping ground for broke ass students. We shared a common interest in the world of terrifying big wall climbing …
Guy Holwill and his family have been unfortunate ‘early’ contractors of the COVID-19 virus and last week, Robert Breyer caught up with Guy via Zoom
Follow Scottish climber Dave MacLeod as he makes the third ascent of ‘Hunger’ (9a) at The Anvil.
Teenage French climbing prodigy Luce Douady was killed on Sunday when she fell on a footpath in a climbing area in the French Alps,
Monk’s Cowl had been in the back of Peter Janschek’s mind his whole life.
CapeNature has announced the phased reopening of its reserves across the Western Cape following the easing of the national lockdown regulations to Alert Level 3 to allow hiking and fishing activity.
As South Korea continues to make waves in the global climbing community with young phenoms such as Chaehyun Seo routinely shattering barriers and winning world cups…
Off-width climbing, no matter how disgusting it can be, is beautiful that it really lets you climb until you just can’t move…