White Rock Adventure Lodge is situated 840m above sea level. It is near the base of a massive granite outcrop called Witkop Mountain.The mountain forms part of the crocodile gorge mountain range. This is in the sub tropical area of Lowveld Mpumalanga. It is part of the Croc River Mountain Conservancy. The Conservancy offers lush indigenous vegetation. This includes Amazing bird Sightings and Wildlife on your doorstep! And so much more.
From Nelspruit take the N4 heading towards Malalane for 14km until you reach the turn of marked Uitkyk towards your right. Follow this gravel Road for 9km, then take left at stand number 28. Follow the drive way up until you reach the marked climbers parking on your left. Park here.
You can arrange great accommodation at the lodge follow this link for online bookings and enquiries http://www.whiterocklodge.co.za/ or contact 071 376 7285
Access rules and Arrangments
The crag and parking etc. is private property and the owners right of admission is reserved. Any individual making use of this access arrangement agrees to the conditions stated below.
Entrance fee is R30, this gets you access the the crag and pool for a swim after your climb.
Please pay the entrance fee and sign the visitors book upon entrance.
Individuals enter this area at their own risk. Climbing is consider a high risk activity and can result in serious injury or even death. The owners take no responsibility for any harm or death that results from individuals accessing and using this property, and fixed climbing protection including damage or loss to private property due to theft, fire or any other cause whatsoever You are responsible and accountable for your own safety and must not endanger those around you. Report any sign of danger or unusual wear on bolts to the owners at the lodge. No dogs are allowed at the crag.
From the parking take the path on the bottom of the pool area, in the general direction of the crag. Here you will find a path leading through some trees. Follow this path until you reach a cairn. Here the path splits in two. 1) The path on the left will take you to the bottom section of the crag and base at Wussy Ladder. 2) The path on the right goes along the base of the tree line. It will start to head left and through the tree line after about 300m there is another split the path on your left will take you to the center of the crag or straight up, to the top right section. The first route you see will be Two dodgy bolts.
Routes are described from left to right
1) Super Mario 13***** B15
Traverse line that starts at the step ladder in the far left of the main crag and continues across the face towards the right side of the crag. The Travers can be reached from by most of the climbs....
1.1) Pitch 1 Yoshi 11 B15
Start at the ladder climb up to the shelf the start the traverse out right until you reach the belay stance above Leviathan Pitch 1 FA: Raymond Gates 2021
1.2) Pitch 2 Bowser 13 B15
After pitch 1 continue traverse out right and around the corner. Step over the crack and onto bolder where you will find second belay stance FA: Raymond Gates 2021
1.3) Pitch 3 Not your Princess 21 B11
From the stance step up a few large blocks to reach a grass ledge from here climb up the chimney feature until it runs out the belay stance is slightly to the right of this
1.4) Pitch 4 Free life 16 B9
From a hanging belay, slight down climb and then traverse further out right until you reach a break that takes you up right to the next large belay ledge.
1.5) Pitch 5 Magic Mushrooms 10 B10
Down climb one for the first two bolts and enjoy very easy climbing on a large ledge to reach belay stance above WITH
2) Bles Bridges 19***** B21 35m
Follow the base of the crag all the way left and around the corner aprox 50m past WL. Super fun sustained climbing it gets flakey at the top. FA: Raymond Gates 2021
3) Leviathan 21*** B26 47m
Line goes up the open book crack line to the right of Bles Bridges. 47m route with midway chains and loweroffs best to climb in a single pitch to get the full experience. FA: Sean Cue 2021
4) Dragon 16*** B13 20m
This climb starts 1m right of Leviathan, fun climb to get the blood pumping. FA: Rachel Gates 2021
5) Beautiful Sky 18*** B11 20m
Climb starts 2m to the right of Dragel go straight over the bulge. FA: Sean Cue 2021
6) Behemoth 19**** B31 47m
Climbed the offwidth crack that starts aprox 25m up the route, route can be climbed in two pitches or you can make it back to the ground with a 80m rope make sure to tie in to the other end. If you climb it in one go don't clip into the loweroffs as this creates a lot of rope drag. FA: Rachel Gates 2021
7) Wussy Ladder 19* B12
Short route to the left of iron ambition. Best to clean the rout on abseil. There is alot of rope abrasion so best not to top rope this route. Bolted on lead. FA: Raymond Gates 2021
8) Enter the Dragon 13 Trad A
9) Iron Ambition 20*** B11
Crack line to the left of mocking wasp, currently still a closed project
10) How to kill a mocking Wasp 21**** B12
Open book route leading to the top arete under small tree, route is 30m to the left of Wet in that hole.
11) Wet in that hole 23 ** B15 35m
This route is in the middle section of the crag aprox 50m to the left of *Dusty hole FA: Raymond Gates 2019
12) Whiterock Rock Rocks 15**** B8 15m
The route is used as access route to upper level climbing pure good fun. FA: Sean Cue 2021
13) Fumble Funnel 22**** B11 30m
Climb WRR to gain access to the start of this route (It is also possible to link both pitches and climb as one route, climb in the channel to top out next to Wet in that hole.
14) Dusty hole 19*** B16 30m
Follows the line through the small roof. Route is long tie a knot. FA: Raymond Gates 2019
15) Cool Runnings 18** B17 30m
To the right of DH starts on the lower section of the base. Route is long tie a knot. FA: Devin Nyschens 2019
16) Dodgy Veriation 17** B 30m
Follow the first 5 bolts of TDB then head up straight over the bulge to share chains with TDB. FA: Jan-Harm Pieterson 2021
17) Two Dodgy Bolts 18** 35m
Right most route of the crag after the 5th bolt go right to traverse for 4 bolts the head back left over bulge towards chains FA: Duncan Potgieter 2019