The Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA) is an organisation of people who love mountaineering, rock climbing, bouldering, hiking, international expeditions, search and rescue, training and conservation. A large part of what we do concerns procurement of access for mountaineering. The MCSA national body comprises 14 geographically based sections and owns a multitude of beautiful mountain huts and wilderness properties across South Africa. The MCSA is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO No. 930013449).
Our Mission Statement:
The Johannesburg Section of the Mountain Club of South Africa actively fosters and facilitates mountaineering. This incorporates climbing, trekking, mountain walking and related activities, and promoting fellowship between people with these interests who are committed to the conservation of mountain areas.
The other thirteen sections of the MCSA are: