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Access issues inherited from Truitjieskraal

You need a permit to climb at Truitjies Kraal, permits are obtainable from the Kromrivier office. Wildcard cardholders can get the permits for free.



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FA: M. Scott, 2000

FA: Unknown

FA: M. Scott, 2000

FA: M. Scott, 2000

Several meters left of the Dragon is a pillar. Climb up the centre of this and lend slightly left at the top. Scramble down the gulley to descend.

FA: Richard Halsey, 2011

Make a bold start (possible to protect first moves with micro nuts) up to the ledge then step left to the corner. A tricky move up to the next rail, and out left to a little perch. Continue up and right on fantastic holds and then left of the big fin at the top.

FA: Richard Halsey, Aug 2018

On the buttress in front of Dragon Cleft. Climb the crack in a vague corner and up the featured face to a roof. Move left past the roof and straight to the top. Scramble off back.

FA: Richard Halsey, 2011

Start about 5m right of Dragonboat. Rail in from the right and up a steep crack system. Move slightly left and up the face, finishing at the arched crack at the top. Scramble off back.

FA: J. Hajos, 2011

A deceptively tricky recess opposite the Dragon Wall.

FA: Richard Halsey, Aug 2018

Walk through the Dragon cleft (from the carpark side) and find a short wall. Follows the recess up the side of the wall.

FA: Richard Halsey & F. Walters, Aug 2018

This route is in a collection of features opposite (South) of the Dragon area

FA: Richard Halsey & F. Walters, Aug 2018

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