Great range of climbing at a comfortable crag, some of the routes appear to be pretty sandbagged. Please add your grade contributions (Edit route -> Your grade).


This is a pleasant crag for the family. Dogs are allowed in the area as well. The crag generally dries out quickly after rain (one or two full days) and shade can usually be found (except during mid day). If it is not too hot, all day climbing is not a problem here. Most of the +/-40 routes are short but of very good quality, from easy slabs to hard overhangs. It is a great crag for beginners because of the ease of setting up a toprope. The climbing is generally hard for the grades, but vary from really easy to really hard.


Take the M3 from Cape Town. Drive up Ou Kaapse Weg (M64) and then down in the direction of Noordhoek. Turn right at Silvermine Road and use the parking area near Silvermine Village (-34.109044, 18.399776). Walk back to Kaapse Weg, then further 400m down towards Fishhoek until you see a small parking area at the start of the Peer's Cave trail (-34.113112, 18.398339). Due to car break-in's it is best NOT to use this parking. Follow the path to the top of the hill.


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Author(s): Tony Lourens

Date: 2015

ISBN: 9780987040343

This is a selective guidebook describing the best sport climbing found in the Western Cape of South Africa, covering over 1,350 routes

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