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Cotation Voie Style d'escalade Popularité
Cape Town Table Mountain Upper and Lower Africa Ledge
18 Atlantic Crag
1 18 18m
2 14 20m
3 11 3m
4 14 30m
5 15 12m
6 18 10m

FA: M. Andersen, D. Bell, M. Mamacos & P. O'Neill, 1951

Trad 93m, 6
Cape Town Table Mountain Lower Buttresses Arrow Buttress
18 Bowstring
1 12 25m
2 12 22m
3 14 22m
4 18 28m

FA: J. Levy & M. Scott, 1968

Trad 97m, 4
Cape Town Table Mountain Lower Buttresses Venster Buttress
18 Transience

FA: R. Halsey & R. Strate, Juin 2020

Trad 20m
Cape Town Table Mountain CBD Bright Lights Warmup Boulder
{FB} 4+ You're Under Arête

Sit Down Start. Around the corner, to the left of 'P. L. Traverse', sit with both hands in the long horizontal crack. Each hand is on either side of the arête. Climb up the arête to top out.

FA: Rowan Douglas, 6 Déc

Bloc 4m
Cape Town Table Mountain CBD Deer Park Blackened Boulder
{FB} 4+ Burnout
Bloc
{FB} 4+ 2
Bloc
{FB} 4+ Matchstick
Bloc
Cape Town Table Mountain CBD Deer Park Triangle Boulder
{FB} 4+ Left Arête

Climb the LH arête and traverse to TO

FA: S. Koehorst, 1998

Bloc 4m
{FB} 4+ Right Arête

Climb the easy arête

FA: S. Koehorst, 1998

Bloc
Cape Town Table Mountain Higgovale Quarry The Polling Booth
18 Mandela Magic

FA: N. Matthews & G. Hattingh

Sportive 6
Cape Town Table Mountain Higgovale Quarry The Peanut Gallery
18 Torn Finger

FA: A. Hartung & S. Kets, 2000

Sportive 10m, 5
18 Phallange arete

FA: S. Kets, 2001

Sportive 3
Cape Town Table Mountain Orange Face (Permit needed)
18 Nature Cons

Permit needed to enter RESTRICTED AREA. Nature Conservasions bright ideas

FA: Jeffrey Denning, 2004

Trad 220m
Cape Town Table Mountain Fountain Ledge
18 Finalé
1 18 30m
2 16 20m
3 17 15m

FA: R. Smithers & M. Scott, 1979

Trad 65m, 3
Cape Town Lion's Head Granite
18 Huguenot Crack
Trad 70m
18 Jono Fishers project
SportiveProject 8
18 Knuckleduster

Climb to the left or to the right of the pillar. Bridge and jam your way up until able to start smearing up to the top.

Trad 25m
18 Encore 2
Trad
Cape Town Lion's Head Sandstone Lookout Sector
18 Crescendo
1 17
2 10
3 17
4 18
Trad 4
Cape Town Lion's Head Sandstone Wally's sector
18 The Craving

Climb the black crack starting from the top of the bush to the top.

Trad 20m
18 Kalashnikov

Great steep climb. Excellent rock.

FA: H. Davies & A. Ross, 2008

Trad 20m
Cape Town Lion's Head Sandstone Geo-Cache Sector
18 Ballad of a Teenage Queen Trad 20m
Cape Town The Apostles Barrier Buttress
18 Barrier Sandwich
1 18 23m
2 8 20m
3 16 20m
4 16 18m
5 16 18m
6 16 18m

FA: H. Graafland & H. Snijders, 1960

Trad 120m, 6
Cape Town The Apostles Corridor Buttress
18 Corridor Rib
1 18 15m
2 17 15m
3 15 15m
4 12 10m

This route has excellent quality rock and is well worth doing.

  1. Climb the clean and steep face, aiming for the dihedral. Step left onto a ledge and stance.

  2. Pull through the obvious break in the roof above and head straight up to a large ledge.

  3. Scramble up and use some short pillar like features to gain the crack in the face above. Follow this up and left, until beneath a roof. Bypass the roof on the left hand side.

  4. Scramble to the top.

Descent: walk off via the gully on the left (facing out).

FA: M. Mamacos, J. Henry, E. Rudnick & O. Shipley, 1950

Trad 55m, 4
Cape Town The Peninsula Elsie's Peak Amphitheatre Sector
18 Midnight Special
1 14 16m
2 18 20m
3 11 30m

FFA: Unknown

FA: P. Andersen & R. Smithers, 1973

Trad 66m, 3
Cape Town The Peninsula Elsie's Peak Suspension Sector
16 - 21 Red Pillar

Climb the red pillar, veering to the right near the top (16). Direct finish brings the grade up to 21.

FA: D. Cheesmond

Trad 30m
18 Premature Arthritis
1 18 18m
2 16 20m
3 17 22m
4 16 20m

FA: R. Behne, A. de Klerk & G. Morton, 1982

Trad 80m, 4
Cape Town The Peninsula Trappieskop Mermaid Wall
18 Songs From the Wood Sportive 3
Cape Town The Peninsula Peer's Cave Talking to the Trees
18 Talking to the trees

A spectacular climb for the grade.

FA: J. Roff, 1987

Sportive 4
Cape Town The Peninsula Peer's Cave Amadeus Wall
18 The Entarence Sportive 3
18 Hickory Dickory Cock

FA: C. Vickers, 1987

Sportive 3
18 Cango Stories

FA: G. Holwill, 1987

Sportive 3
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Lower Silvermine Jailhouse
18 Jailhouse Rocks!

FA: M. Engelbrecht, 2004

Sportive 8m, 3
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Lower Silvermine Cloud Nine Wall
18 Clouds over Mordor

FA: Brian Watts, 15 Nov. 2018

Sportive 20m, 12
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Lower Silvermine Lower Silvermine Crag
18 Obideah

FA: S. Larsen, 1997

Sportive 8
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Lower Silvermine The Pumphouse
18 Reset the Brakes

FA: S. Kruger & D. Hart, 2003

Sportive 11m, 5
18 Snitch

FA: S. Kruger & D. Hart, 2003

Sportive 8m, 4
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Main Crag
18 Cool Hand Luke

FA: P McCann, 1995

Sportive 24m, 9
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Silverminor
18 Souldery Bart

This route has a start that is harder than a 18. Definetely a 19 that eases after the first two bolts.

FA: J. Temple-Forbes, Mars 2012

Sportive 5
18 Mong Love

FA: M. Gowans, Mars 2012

Sportive 6
Cape Town The Peninsula Silvermine Fawlty Towers
18 Waldorf Salad (Left Start)

FA: R. Holwill, 1997

Sportive 6
Cape Town The Peninsula Underside Rightside
18 Abigail

FA: M vd Westhuizen, 2006

Sportive 5
Cape Town The Peninsula The Mine Puffadder Wall
18 Grand Illusion

FA: A. Purves, 1991

Sportive 10m, 3
Cape Town The Peninsula Lakeside Pinnacle
18 Slab 'n Tickle

FA: T. Lourens, 2014

Sportive 7
18 Who Knows

Slab with one small roof. Don't detour to left of roof, climb straight up and over.

FA: Charles Howell, 2006

Sportive 12m, 6
18 Cacophonix

Fairly large (plate sized, 3cm) rock at the start of Cacophonix (the 18 going up the outside corner) is loose and sounds very hollow. Quite low to the ground but could cause a nasty scare for climber and belayer if it came off unexpectedly. Is marked but will rub off soon.

FA: Brent Russell, 17 Déc 2013

Trad
18 Cornflakes

FA: L Cloete & G. Schoonraad, 2004

Sportive 5
Cape Town The Peninsula Muizenberg
18 Dilettante
1 17 15m
2 16 18m
3 14 20m
4 18 20m

Follow the track that contours the base of the mountain until able to see an impressive chockstone in an unusual place. The route starts around 6m to the right of the chockstone.

  1. Climb easily towards an obvious undercling hold and move to the face on the right climbing it until able to get to a ledge.

  2. Climb the crack system just above the anchor of the first pitch and move left when at the same height of a dead bush. Move up the face until able to reach the horizontal rail. Jam left on an airy traverse to belay from an airy stance around the corner on a small ledge.

  3. Climb straight up the easy rock band until able to see a cairn.

  4. Around 4m right of the cairn climb up for 5m and move weirdly to the left towards two twin parallel cracks that can be seen from the bottom of this pitch. Climb up the cracks to a small roof, move right to a recess to reach another face. Climb the face up to a ledge just below an easy looking brown face.

Scramble leads to the top.

FA: R. Auld, J. Davies & W. Walkup, 1985

Trad 73m, 4
18 Even Keel
1 13 15m
2 17 12m
3 14 20m
4 12 15m
5 18 14m

FA: B. Cheetham & P. de Tolly, 1985

Trad 76m, 5
Cape Town The Peninsula Foreign Policy
18 O Brother Where Art Thou?

Provides access to the upper and dassie ledge

FA: D. Hugo, 2005

Sportive 8
18 Eskimo Pie
1 18 20m
2 17 25m

FA: Unknown

Trad 45m, 2
Cape Town The Peninsula The Hole The Sideline
18 Dube

FA: D. Wiemar, 1997

Sportive 14m, 5
Cape Town The Peninsula Skoorsteenskop Main Wall
18 Babylon
Sportive 20m
Cape Winelands Houdenbek The Arch Crags Boardroom
18 Tortoise Shell

FA: Richard Halsey, 31 Déc 2013

Trad
Cape Winelands Houdenbek The Arch Crags Morester Square to Stolen Salami
18 The Square Root

FA: Richard Halsey & R. van Breda, 13 Juil 2014

Trad
18 Trapesium Void

FA: Richard Halsey & K. Cuesta, 21 Nov. 2014

Trad
Cape Winelands Houdenbek The Arch Crags Choice Crag
18 Green Bladder Blues

FA: S. Jack & Richard Halsey

Trad
18 So Much of Fun

FA: Richard Halsey & M. Penso, 30 Août 2014

Trad
Cape Winelands Houdenbek The Mecca Crags Blue Chip
18 Flying Saucer

FA: Richard Halsey & M. Thilo, 26 Oct. 2014

Trad
Houdenbek The Mecca Crags Blue Chip
18 One Piece Puzzle

FA: Richard Halsey & M. Thilo, 26 Oct. 2014

Trad
18 Nut Heads

FA: U. Pitsch & A. Hintringer, 26 Oct. 2014

Trad
Cape Winelands De Doorns Lost Fingers Crag
18 Dead End Sportive 12m, 6
Cape Winelands De Doorns Krymptonite Boulders
18 Growwe Corner Sportive 5
Cape Winelands Bain's Kloof
18 Bain's Arete
1 18 30m
2 18 25m
3 18 30m
4 10 100m

This route heads up the arete 30m to the right of the cave.

  1. 30m 18. Climb the wall that faces onto the ledge at cave level. Head slightly right and up to a stance.

  2. 25m 18. Up and right.

  3. 30m 18. Climb up to the roof and head out right into an airy situation. On the crest head up over the bulge above angling left. A really fine pitch in a spectacular position.

  4. 100m 10. Directly up to the summit.

Descent: From the top head left over the top of the mountain. Descend the east side to gain a descent gorge. Continue down and keep taking the options leftwards (facing down). Make one rappel. At the base of the cliffs turn left to regain the cave or head down to the river.

FA: Hilton Davies, David Davies & Alan Ross, 1997

Trad 190m, 4
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Combustion Chamber
18 Bright Spark

FA: M. Gowans, 1996

Sportive 20m, 7
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Hellfire Prow
17/18 Skewburn

Fun route following an amazing crack line to a protected roof with jugs. Definetely worth doing it!

Trad 40m
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Wall of Flames
18 Bonfire Arete (Alternate)

Climb the lower arete as for 'Bonfire Arete'. After the first bolt above the large ledge (above the lower arete), move right of the upper arete into the corner. Climb in this corner, only moving out of it to reach the anchors.

FA: G. Hart, 1994

Sportive 22m, 6
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Magma Wall
18 Magma

FA: G. Hart, 1994

Sportive 12m, 4
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire The Pillar of Pain
18 Painkiller
Trad
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Smokescreen Wall
18 Red Hot Smoker
Trad 45m
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Hellfire Melting Pot
18 Bubbly

FA: G. Hart & M. Gowans, 2005

Sportive 5
18 Brew

FA: M. Gowans, 2005

Sportive 6
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Yellowwood Timerity Buttress
18 Lunch Time
1 16 55m
2 18 30m
3 18 30m
4 16 45m

FA: Brent Russell & Charles Edelstein, 3 Oct. 2017

Trad 160m, 4
Cape Winelands Du Toit's Kloof Yellowwood The Chess Pieces The Castle Right Turret
18 Checkerboard
1 18 35m
2 17 45m
3 14 35m
4 18 45m
5 12 10m
6 14 40m
7 13 15m

Start from the grassy ledge below the upper rock band and about 20m left of the big break that divides the Castle into two turrets.

  1. 35m, 18. Pull up awkwardly through the left of 2 obvious overhanging cracks. Climb up to the right of the gully then right of the overhangs to a big ledge. Walk right along the big traverse ledge until 20m from the end of this ledge.

  2. 45m, 17. Start at cairn immediately right of a large freestanding flake. Step off the flake and pull up on jugs through small overhangs then left to thin crack in a corner. Climb the crack and move 2m left to a stance.

  3. 35m, 14. Climb up rounding the overhang to the left then up the juggy face tending right to stance below a thin crack just to left of the gully.

  4. 45m, 18. Climb 10m up the crack to a hand and foot rail. Move left a couple of metres and then up diagonally left to the break in the overhang. Climb the face above tending right to stance below a scoop.

  5. 10m, 12. Traverse left up through the scoop and walk left to stance below a big crack. Crack-a-long climbs the right face of this crack.

  6. 40m, 14. Climb up the face to the left of the crack diagonally up to the left then back to the edge to round the overhang. Move up and left for about 5m before heading up to stance on the corner below the last tower.

  7. 15m, 13. Climb the corner of the ridge and up wide crack to top.

FA: S. Adey, Fiona McIntosh & Roy White, 2010

Trad 230m, 7
18 Castles of Old
1 17 40m
2 16 30m
3 18 30m
4 18 40m
5 14 30m

This is a composite route consisting of two or three pitches of a route called The Castle first climbed by Mike Scott and Gabriel Athiros (1966 MCSA journal), and the upper pitches of a route climbed by John Moss and Richard Smithers in about 1967, which was not written up. One or two of the lower pitches are not of the greatest quality, the others are excellent.

Walk past start of No More Bells and Fire-start and past two or three massive blocks. The route begins just past the orange wall and overhang, where there is an obvious break in the rock (somewhat chossy). There is a big cairn on top of a big rock.

  1. 40m, 17. Make a difficult step up and around the fins to the right . Climb the somewhat vegetated crack up past a roof on the right. Go round left of small roof higher up. At the next roof stay right. Continue to a big ledge just below a big long black face topped by a square overhang. Belay here. Scramble leftwards for about 20m to the second of the big left-facing corners (about 10m to the right of the Crack-along corner).

  2. 30m, 16. Climb the knobbly face just a few meters left of the left facing corner, trend a little left and straight up, either in the crack on the far right or in a slightly cleaner crack a little more left from the corner. Stance at obvious ledge.

  3. 30m, 18. Pull through hard overhanging move (crux) and then climb up (some loose-looking blocks) to stance on a small ledge about 3m below the right-hand corner of the long narrow roof.

  4. 40m, 18. Pull up a sloping crack on the far right hand side of the roof, just left of the big chossy gully (this is the crux and is easier than it looks), continue climbing up this crack for about 15m until it starts petering out (below a small roof). Move left a metre or so (old peg), up a few metres on edges and then back right into a continuation of the crack. Follow this and successive cracks until you get to a narrow band with two cracks in it, take right crack and up to another blank-looking band of rock (about 3 metres high) which offers no gear. Climb the left-ward trending ramp up onto this band and belay about 5m below a crack in a big gnarly face.

  5. 30m, 14. Climb up the crack and gnarly face to a ledge on big blocks with a cairn. From here scramble up and out.

FA: Robert Zipplies, Ian Durbach & galeo saintz, 2010

Trad 170m, 5
18 Castle Corner
1 16 45m
2 15 45m
3 18 35m
4 15 50m
5 13 35m

Walk along the bottom of the lower buttress to the right hand corner past some huge blocks. 5m around the corner is a wide crack just before the continuous band of overhangs. This climb remains in the shade for most of the day.

  1. 45m, 16. Climb up just left of Peapod crack. Pull through a roof to the right. Head up the gully to the right for 15m to a stance underneath an overhanging nose.

  2. 45m, 15. Climb up to the left then move right onto the nose and follow giggle jugs straight up for 45m.

  3. 35m, 18. Climb up to the right onto a scoop. At top of scoop move left delicately left for a couple of meters. Move up over rounded bulge on rounded holds to a big ledge.

  4. 50m, 15. In the middle of the ledge is an obvious crack system with a large chimney to the right. Climb the cracks and face above keeping just to the right of the edge.

  5. 35m, 13. Climb the wall just right of ridge. Follow your nose to top.

FA: Fiona McIntosh & Roy White, 2010

Trad 210m, 5
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Cannonfodder Wall
18 The Friction Of Distance
Trad
18 Via Daniela
Sportive 220m
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Wonderland wall
22 A1 Boschendal

Old bolts!

FA: J. Fisher & E. February, 1990

Trad mixte 21m, 3
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Splinter Area
18 Hidden Gem
Trad
18 Unknown
Sportive
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Blue Diamonds Sector
18 Squirm Germ

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

Trad 32m
18/19 Crack of an Uncertain Adventure #1

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

Trad 20m
18/19 Crack Of An Uncertain Adventure #2

FA: A. de Klerk & C. Jackson

Trad 20m
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Wastelands Wall
19 A1 Lock 'n Load

FA: S.G. Noy, 2003

Trad 40m
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Sands of Time Wall
18 Sands of Time
1 16 25m
2 18 20m
3 17 20m
4 18 32m

A must do mega classic!

  1. Climb the friction slab on the adjacent smaller dome.

  2. Drop into the gully and climb the obvious superb soaring dyke above on good holds.

  3. Follow the dyke along a rising hand traverse.

  4. Head straight up the friction slab (crux)

FA: Stewart Noy, 2003

Sportive 97m, 4, 22
Cape Winelands Paarl Rock Granite Graffiti Wall
18 Eddie and Co. Go Climbing
1 18 25m
2 16 35m

FA: E. February & G. Lacey, 1982

Trad 60m, 2
Cape Winelands Duiwel's Kloof
G1 Duiwel's Direct Trad 400m
Cape Winelands Montagu Legoland Sector Legoland
18 Dynamo Hum
Sportive 10
18 Crack Baby
Sportive 8
18 Chocolate Speedway
Sportive 18m, 6
18 Oh My Goodness
Sportive 4
18 Pipe Dreams
Sportive 16m, 6
Cape Winelands Montagu Bosch Kloof‎ Bosch Crag
18 Master of Puppets

sport route 10 bolts and chains

FA: S Maasch, 1992

Sportive 10
Cape Winelands Montagu Bosch Kloof‎ Ramset Crag
18 Road to Isengard

FA: S. Brown, 2005

Sportive 8
18 Forever and One

FA: D. Marshall, 2003

Sportive 11
Cape Winelands Montagu Bosch Kloof‎ Forest Crag
18 Redwood

FA: P McCann, 2000

Sportive 6
18 Free Radical

FA: P McCann, 2000

Sportive 8
Cape Winelands Montagu Bosch Kloof‎ Skull Crag
18 Big Sky

FA: P. McCann, 2000

Sportive 25m, 12
Cape Winelands Montagu Keur Kloof The Vision
18 Haven't Got a Clue
Sportive 3

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