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These are located either side of the large braai facility at the top of the camp site through the gate past the tuck shop
- Access Issues: inherited from Leliehoek
The climbs lie in the Little Rock resort (formerly known as Leliehoek) which is picturesquely set in a small wooded valley 3 minutes drive from the Ladybrand town centre. The park has the usual camping and chalet facilities as well as a small bar and a sizeable and most welcome outdoor swimming pool. Ladybrand is well catered for with many shops, banks, garages and places to eat. There are plenty of other things to do in the area. The town boasts an 18 hole golf course, hiking and biking trails as well as being the gateway to the Lesotho Highlands. To book, contact the Little Rock reception at: 051–924 0260.
You can belay from your car or tent.
Left sideof the large braai facility at the top of the camp site through the gate past the tuck shop.
A)I.1 I’ll tell you but you won’t believe
Steep moves on small but good crimps.
Route 2 - No name
Steep moves on even smaller and not so good crimps.
These are located on the right side of the large braai facility at the top of the camp site through the gate past the tuck shop.
Small pile of rocks often found at the bottom for those short on height or ethics. Awkward start. This route was originally graded 18, but the breaking off of a number of holds has made the start considerably harder if you follow the original intention not to use the steps or other “aids” for the start.
A)II.2 No Name
Up the middle of the boulder.
|20||A)II.1 Sasquatch||4||1.2. Bigfoot Boulder|
|22||A)I.1 I’ll tell you but you won’t believe||4||1.1. Picnic Boulder|
|24||Route 2 - No name||4||1.1. Picnic Boulder|
|25||A)II.2 No Name||4||1.2. Bigfoot Boulder|