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Table of contents

1. Sandstone 16 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Trad and Unknown

Long/Lat: 18.389304, -33.935655

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Clifton Crest 16Trad 180m
2 *** Aquanaught 15Trad 150m
3 Cosmanaught Unknown
4 Nooit ekse Unknown
5 White Face

FA: Unknown

10Trad 85m
6 Clifton Crack 6Unknown 100m
7 Juggernaught 16Trad 140m
8 *** Highwayman 16Trad
9 Feline 15Unknown 15m
10 Luther Played the Boogie 11Unknown 15m
11 *** Taking Down the Lion

Follow path up until you see the ladder about 50 meters away. up to your right will be a a crack/slab climb. Follow this crack on slopery and ledgy holds until topout. Pitch two starts about 100 meters righ of pitch 1's topout. It is a slab climb with a crack on your left, good for placing gear. Slightly mossy and wet during the winter. Topout onto a large ledge. Pitch up right following crimpy holds with good friction. Amazing exposure further up on the pitch with great gear (when repitching look for broken rock, courtesy of terrible anchor). Pitch four starts five meter right. First 30 meters resembles a scramble but the last 20 is beautiful climbing up a chimney-like crack. The moves are... unique. DO NOT TRUST WEDGED BOLDERS!! Scramble out on a steep grassy incline. More cautious climbers may want to pitch this. All in all, great climb with good gear.

FA: Luke (Dave) Davis and Daniel Basel, 2013

15Trad 200m
12 *** Plonkers Paradise

FA: Tony Lourens, Jan Fischer, 2011

14Trad 20m
13 *** Kalashnikov

Great steep climb. Excellent rock.

FA: H. Davies and A. Ross, 2008

18Trad 20m
14 *** Beware the Dark Horse 18Trad 100m
15 *** No Charge 17Trad 20m
16 Dreadnaught 16Trad

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
6 Clifton Crack Unknown 100m
10 White Face Trad 85m
11 Luther Played the Boogie Unknown 15m
14 *** Plonkers Paradise Trad 20m
15 *** Aquanaught Trad 150m
Feline Unknown 15m
*** Taking Down the Lion Trad 200m
16 *** Clifton Crest Trad 180m
Dreadnaught Trad
*** Highwayman Trad
Juggernaught Trad 140m
17 *** No Charge Trad 20m
18 *** Beware the Dark Horse Trad 100m
*** Kalashnikov Trad 20m
? Cosmanaught Unknown
Nooit ekse Unknown