Guano Caves – Rock n Roll Kloof

RocknRoll Kloof

Guano Caves is a beautiful resort about 7 km outside Montagu on the R62 towards Barrydale. It has
cottage-style accommodation, tented camps and a campground. It also offers a number of activities for
adults and children and has great swimming facilities, as well as a restaurant.
Rock n Roll Kloof is situated in the Guano Caves Resort. It is the kloof to the right of the well known kloof
with the actual Guano Cave and some older routes (see Montagu Rock guidebook)

Guano Caves is a private resort run by climber-friendly owners. Climbing on the property is free to
people staying in the accommodation, or a small fee is levied for day visitors. For more information and
to book accommodation please visit or call 023 100 2972

Bolting is allowed here, but please remember this is a trad and sport area, so make sure you are not
sinking bolts into an existing trad route. There is huge scope for routes of all grades.

How to get there • Park
Follow the road out of Montagu towards Barrydale (R62) for about 7 km, until you reach the entrance
to the Guano Cave Resort on you right. Drive iup and go through the main gate, where you will pay an
entrance fee and sign an indemnity form.

From here follow the cement road which veers to the left past the office block and continues to the
T-junction where you turn right. Follow the road, keeping right at the stone circle, then left at the next
fork and carry on straight, past a bank of solar panels on your left. Continue straight, past a small
“private property” sign, until you get to a confluence of four roads. Go straight over and continue on to
reach a gate. Go thruogh the gate and carry on to another gate.

Once through the second gate, continue along a stony road (good for all cars) for a few 100 metres,
to reach a very impressive car park, which can park over 20 cars. Made specially for climbers, by the
owners! At the top end of the car park you will find a cairn marking the start of the path.
Approach (20 mins flatish)

Follow the substantial path around the hill and continue up gentle slopes to reach the small river bed.
Continue along, then go up to the left to the sport crags. Crime of the Century, the 4-pitch tad route is
on the huge Supertramp Buttress on the right of the kloof.

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