Kwa-Zulu Natal
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Famous for the huge and spectacular Drakensberg range, which offers the best trekking in the country in an alpine setting, reaching elevations of up to 3 400 metres. The ‘Berg also has a wealth of rock climbing, peak bagging and … Read More

Eastern Cape
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One of the hidden jewels of South Africa, the Eastern Cape has a plethora of excellent sport and trad climbing scattered across its wild mountains. The climbing comes in many forms, from high mountain mesas to canyons, to climbing in … Read More

Montagu
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The mecca of sport climbing in the Western Cape. The quaint little town of Montagu is about 2 hours drive from Cape Town and has several hundred bolted routes. Single and multi pitch. It is a great place to spend … Read More

Cape Peninsula
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The back bone of the Cape Peninsula is a ridge of mountains, which starts with Table Mountain in the north and runs along the spine for about 60 kilometres to end at Cape Point in the south, and in between … Read More

Table Mountain
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One of the new Seven Wonders of the World, Table Mountain is the jewel of Cape Town. Its offerings are endless. Whether you want a casual walk, exciting scrambles, easy rock climbing or something harder, Table Mountain has got what … Read More

Cederberg
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Three hours drive from Cape Town, the Cederberg mountains has to be one of the most special places on earth. I have climbed all over the world, and I still find that the Cederberg is a hard place to beat. … Read More