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Table of contents
- 1. Magaliesberg
925 in Crag
- 1.1. Boulder Kloof 68 in Area
- 1.2. Cedarberg 120 in Area
- 1.3. Fernkloof 84 in Area
- 1.4. GrootKloof 128 in Area
- 1.5. Lower Tonquani Kloof 129 in Area
- 1.6. Mhlabatini 136 in Area
- 1.7. Trident Kloof 111 in Area
- 1.8. Upper Tonquani Kloof 145 in Area
- 1.9. Hamerkop Kloof 4 in Area
- 2. Index by grade
|1||Difficult Shapes and Passive Rhythms||21||25m|
|10||Waiting for the Sun||19||20m|
|16||Riders on the Storm||25|
|21||Gorillas in the Mist||12|
|25||Trippa a la Mama||16||45m|
Long/Lat: 27.310379, -25.806099
|1||Crook and Crime||24|
|4||When the Musics Over||27|
|5||Mr Toad's Wild Ride||26|
|8||Strong Arm of the Law||24|
|9||Breaking All the Rules||23|
|10||Lawyers, Guns and Money||27|
|11||True Sailing is Dead||25|
|12||The Sultans of Swing||24|
|15||Silver Studded Phantom Queen Motorcycle||17|
|5||The Favourite Game||23|
|8||Naked Instincts/ Slight Change||25|
|9||The Energy of Slaves||25|
|10||A Will to Cower||30|
|13||The Looking Glass||25|
Long/Lat: 27.408160, -25.845302
Long/Lat: 27.320391, -25.809482
Long/Lat: 27.661965, -25.774880
|5||Floyd Climbs Two||17||40m|
|11||The Rain in Spain||16||35m|
|13||No More Heroes||14||30m|
|15||Reach for the Stars||19||35m|
|17||Amused to Death||13||30m|
|20||Famous Last Words||16||35m|
|27||No Room for Chalk||23||15m|
|1||Last Train to Glory||21|
|5||African Sky Blue||24|
|10||Return of the Jedi||21|
|1||On a Roll||15||30m|
|11||Let's Do It||13||42m|
Climb the corner past a bulge until a small tree is reached (12m). Step right and make a rising traverse under the roof past loose blocks and onto a pinnacle. Step 1m left and follow the crack up the wall to the summit.
FA: R. Dodding and L. Gardiner, 1985
THE CROOKED CRACK
This climb is situated on the next buttress downstream of the climbs SPECIAL EDITION and OUMA'S KOOL KAT KOEKSUSTER. The climb can be distinguished by a crack starting halfway up a steep buttress. A distinctive open book is found about 2m to the right of the crack.
FA: A. Mercer and D. Margetts., 1986
Immediately upstream of the ENTERPRISE buttress and the route ITS LIFE JIM, BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT are two small detached columns one behind the other. The route takes the chimney and then the crack in the stream facing side of the lower of the two columns. Start at the tree next to the chimney in the downstream facing side of the lower of the two columns.
FA: U. Kiefer, T.P. Willmot, J. de Wet and M.T. Willmot., 1994
The route takes the thin crack line some 10m upstream of BEAM ME UP SCOTTY, on the upstream facing side of the ENTERPRISE buttress. Start at the 5mm wide crack after fighting through the bush/tree (cairn).
FA: F. Greig and T.P. Willmot., 1990