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A good crag to do some trainspotting...

Access issues inherited from Waterval Boven

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Park as for ACRA wall then walk back down the road 20 metres then down a little path on the right onto the railway. Go in easterly direction along the railway then through the tunnel (if a train comes press flat against the side, apparently its safe but absolutely terrifying!). When you exit the tunnel, the EAST END is found on the left after crossing another railway line coming out of a 461 m tunnel.



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From the 461m long train tunnel, walk up 10m to find the first bolt.

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

6m right of the fence (right of TM). Up to a break, up face, out left onto a slab, out right (#1 rock behind flake) up to roof, traverse right and up to a ledge. Ab off tree 15m right.

FA: M Loewe & S Hofmeyr, 1992


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