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Access issues inherited from Tafelberg

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Ethic inherited from Tafelberg

Tafelberg is a pure trad area. No bolting is allowed at all.

There is an existing bolt and chain at the top of the ascent/descent gulley and (to my knowledge) only one old route (Oscillation) that has an ancient, hand drilled, small bolt. This in no way means that any more bolts may be placed. There are also a few old pitons scattered around but even this is seldom necessary. Modern removable gear allows virtually all climbable parts of Tafelberg to be adequately protected.

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Climbs between the two black streaks on the wall just left of the Comes a Time wall. Startup some laybacks to the left of the gulley, for about 5m, until you can traverse left across the right-hand black streak. Pull up in between the black streaks and climb straight up to the top. Consensus grading needed.

FA: R. Halsey & U. Pitsch, 10 Jan 2012

FA: A. de Klerk & C. Jackson, 1985

At the head of the Gully

Sparse gear. Opened solo.

FA: A. de Klerk, 1984

FA: A. de Klerk, 1986

FA: A. de Klerk & S. Bradshaw, 1984

FA: A. de Klerk, 1985

FA: J. Fisher, 1988

FA: S. Bradshaw, C. Edelstein & K. Smith, 1984

FA: A. de Klerk & A. Forsyth, 1986

FA: A. de Klerk, A. Jardin & S. Bradshaw, 1984

FA: E. February & J. Fisher, 1988

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