* No fishing is allowed – climbing only (you may lunch picnic at the river though)
* '''NO FIRES''' are allowed
* Reduce disturbance to animals specifically the Black Eagles and other nesting birds. Specifically no climbing and or bolting may take place near the Black Eagle nesting site
(no bolting area details below)
* '''NO OVERNIGHT CAMPING''' - Climbers are only permitted during daylight hours
* Carry out all waste. This is a high use area, treat peels etc. as non-disposable rubbish. We request that you inspect the area for rubbish before leaving, do not ignore other people’s litter, pick it up and carry it out
|Fully||12 **||.||.||First ascent:2003 D. Margetts and G. Frost.
Beware of two large loose chockstone type rocks near the 4th bolt!!!! First ascent:2003 D. Margetts and G. Frost.
|Pumba's Delight||12 *||.||.||Upgraded from 8 (be fair to the new guys)
|Tom's Cruise||17**||8D||.||FA/BB Guenther Bargon.
|Joint Venture||22 ***||11D||.||Climb diagonally left on the thin face past the obvious slope.. From the ledge, climb straight up through the roof above at an undercling/layback break. The final overhang is easier if taken to the left.
|Blue Boots||14 **||.||15m ||Starts 2m left of the large recess. Moves left of the bulge above. First ascent: 2007 B. Frost.
|Wild Apricot||15 ***||.||.||Interesting start, eases up after 2nd bolt. First ascent: 2003 G. Frost and D. Margetts.
|Barbarians||24 ****||15D||.||Sustained difficulty moves from bottom to top. Bolted By and First Ascent: 2014 David Wade.
! colspan="5" style="background: yellow;"|Start of the "Eagle Sector"
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A no-bolting policy was in place in the area either side of the Verreaux's Eagles (a.k.a. Black Eagles) nest. Until now:
Quote from Neil Smith:
The disturbance levels will be a problem during the breeding season which is about April to August. The no go zone should therefore be implemented in that period. Outside of that there should be no problem. You will need to decide on the extent of the no go zone, but the general principle should be that the climbers are out of sight of the breeding birds and that noise should be kept to the minimum. It is also worthwhile telling you that it is a criminal offense to disturb the breeding of an indigenous endangered species.
Some stats on the Black Eagles population status in the Magaliesberg and surrounds: indications are that of the 13 odd confirmed breeding pairs of Black Eagles in the Magaliesberg and immediate surrounds that was known to breed there in 1984 (David Allan) declined to just 2 in a 2004 study (Craig Whittington-Jones)- bottom line: there are very few left. The MCSA Magaliesberg Section has, via the Richard Watmough Memorial fund, commissioned an aerial survey (i.e. micro lights) of the Magaliesberg to confirm the population status of Black Eagles in the Magaliesberg area. The results are not yet available.
|Perch on this||26||.||.||First ascent: 2016 Andrew Pedley
|Pew pew pew||26||.||.||Bolted by: Alex Bester, First ascent: 2016 Wesley Black
|Big City Life||23 *****||N||.||The obvious crack line right of the roof area/nests. Opened by topping out. Permission to retrobolt has been given. First ascent: 2016 Ebert Nel.
! colspan="5" style="background:yellow;"|End of the "Eagle sector"
|Paranoia||23 ***||9D ||.||Upgraded from 22. First ascent: 2007 Ian MacMaster.