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A good crag to escape to if the masses have invaded Flying is Fun.

Access issues inherited from Waterval Boven

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Approach as per Flying is Fun. 100 metres before the cliff top, large cairns (piles of stones) are obvious on the right of the path. Follow a faint trail leading diagonally down right for 60 metres, into a shallow tree-filled easy gully. Go down a bit then keep left until you arrive at the obvious huge dark detached pillar where Yuduvudu is located.



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Goes up the orange-grey slab 5 metres left of the detached pillar.

FA: Antoinette Lessing, 1994

The gap between the obvious deteched pillar and the main wall is a wide chimney. Two thirds up the chimney is a large chockstone. Layback 93 up a zig-zag crack directly beneath the chockstone. Variation: Climb the route as a chimney - somewhat easier.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

Two meters to the right of URIEL'S MACHINE. Starts directly beneath a small overhang five meters up. Note: A toilet brush was used to clean both UM and TB and its name is no reflection on how one climbs the route.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

Near the base of the descent gulley on the right is an obvious detached pillar. This route takes the leaning dark face.

FA: Glenn Harrison, 1994

On the northern side of the pinnacle is a large crack; if you are thin enough climb it!

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

6m right of WEIGH-LESS CRACK is a line going through a bulge in the face. The crux is getting past the bulge.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2002

3m right of FREQUENT FLYER on the same face.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2002

Around the corner is an appealing blunt blocky buttress has a series of blocky ledges.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

A face to the right and around the corner from BLOKKIES JOUBERT. The route follows a series of horizontal and vertical cracks.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

2m right of Tea for Two starting just to the left of the flaring chimney.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

Start as for 2nd Anniversary but move onto the steep column to the right, finishing just left of the overhang.

FA: Stephanie Mallory, 2003

8 metres right of the above is a steep east- facing yellow-grey slab. The climb starts off a big block.

FA: Cara Fleischer, 2004

A few metres right of Nearly Headless Nick. Climb the cracks up the slab and exit left.

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

Up the right arête of the flaky red wall, starting in a large crack left of the arête.. It needs a lot of gear, has some hollow rock and is included in this guide mainly because of the name!

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

The bolt line up a prominent steep slab a few metres right of the aforementioned bowl. Starts off a big ledge. May your fingers have thick skin!

FA: Grant Murray, 1992


FA: Gary Lotter, 1991


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