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Summary

Good range of fun lines ranging from 12-21. Belayers beware! NB: Plenty loose rock! Climbers check bolts before clipping!

Access issues inherited from Radioactive

This area used to be closed to climbing - please treat it and the land owners with respect to ensure we as climbers continue to have access.

For more information on routes, access and permits please see the following websites:

Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA) http://www.mcsa.org.za/ Look at “Who we are” for the different sections of the MCSA

Mountain Club of South Africa – Johannesburg Section website https://mcsajohannesburg.org/ Click on “Access and Properties” for more information Click on “Contact” to get in touch with the MCSA for more information.

ClimbZA website http://www.climbing.co.za/wiki/South_African_Climbing_Wiki Welcome to the largest & most comprehensive online database of Southern African climbing information.

http://www.climbing.co.za/forum/ A forum site to find climbing partners or to find out more about different climbing areas and climbs.

Approach

As for Hiroshima, but follow the good path /road for 100m more, then around a corner heading rightward. You are now just above the river bank. Follow this for a 100m where you will see the crag on your right.

Routes

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Grade Route

FA: Peter Adrian BB: Peter Adrian & Roland Magg

FA: Diane Avranitakis BB: Peter Adrian

FA: Marc Echstein BB: Peter Adrian & Nicholas Grech-Cumbo

FA: Peter Adrian & Nicholas Grech-Cumbo

FA: Peter Holdt BB: Peter Adrian & Roland Magg

FA: Roland Magg

FA: Roland Magg

FA: Rory Lowther & Rance McIntyre, 2003

FA: Roland Magg

FA: Roland Magg

FA: Rory Lowther, 2003

FA: Roland Magg

Activity

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