- Pitches: 2
- Ascents: 4
A pleasant route. Well protected on good rock. Start at the base of a shallow recess. The word "Pendulum" is painted on the rock.
(1) Pull up to a small ledge. Climb up past a peg and then left across the recess and up to a ledge. Climb the open book to a stance out on the left.
(2) Reverse the move onto the stance and traverse across the smooth face on the right. Continue along an obvious rail to a large flake. Traverse past this to a dead tree and climb directly up to a block. Exit easily above this.
First Ascent: Jim Thomson, Brian Hutchinson and Sherman Ripley, 1966
Located in Near Eastern Buttress approx:
Route Grade Citations
|2p(13,14)||The Mountain Club of South Africa, KwaZulu / Natal Section (Gavin Peckham)|
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