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This is the big main wall one sees as you drive towards the camp site. The area is named for the large white graffiti cross just to the right of route 5.

Access issues inherited from Leliehoek

The climbs lie in the Little Rock resort (formerly known as Leliehoek) which is picturesquely set in a small wooded valley 3 minutes drive from the Ladybrand town centre. The park has the usual camping and chalet facilities as well as a small bar and a sizeable and most welcome outdoor swimming pool. Ladybrand is well catered for with many shops, banks, garages and places to eat. There are plenty of other things to do in the area. The town boasts an 18 hole golf course, hiking and biking trails as well as being the gateway to the Lesotho Highlands. To book, contact the Little Rock reception at: 051–924 0260.


Walk up a path behind the Commander 9.5 boulder or from between the huts behind the swimming pool. The area can also be accessed from the Embankment via a scenic path that crosses the stream below the imposing overhanging bulbous golf ball prow.

Descent notes

Routes 2-5 share the same lower off chains and some bolts.


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Climbs more or less straight up, through the break halfway up the face, to make a nice long route.

FA: Pieter du Toit, 2012

Rising traverse from the left. Start from the corner.

FA: Gary Wilson, 2002

Takes the awkward corner and up through the roof.

FA: Wayne Dove, 2002

Ascend from the lowest point on the wall and then through the shield near the top.

FA: Adam Kosminski, 2002

Ascends the steep wall just to the left of the chimney.

FA: Dave Lucas, 2002

Set to become one of the harder classics of the crag. The steep ramp leads to the obvious overhanging layback. Traverse beneath and then through the roof to the slab above.

To the right of "naughty boy"

Set: Ivan van der Tang, 25 Apr 2014


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