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The classic Right Face - Arrow Face traverses the amphitheatre more or less at its lower third and provides a convenient point to abseil to the bottom of the amphitheatre from a sturdy tree.
 
The classic Right Face - Arrow Face traverses the amphitheatre more or less at its lower third and provides a convenient point to abseil to the bottom of the amphitheatre from a sturdy tree.
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=== '''The Constant Gardener''' ===
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[[File:The_Constant_Gardiner_V2.jpg]]

Revision as of 10:25, 25 March 2015

Africa Amphitheatre, is the obvious North-East face that overlooks the City of Cape Town. It is home to two classic routes, one being "Africa Amphitheatre" and the modern "The Constant Gardener" (originally named "Africa Safari" by Tini Versfeld the climber who envisioned it.)

The classic Right Face - Arrow Face traverses the amphitheatre more or less at its lower third and provides a convenient point to abseil to the bottom of the amphitheatre from a sturdy tree.

The Constant Gardener

The Constant Gardiner V2.jpg