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  • 01

    Dome Pools Hike with Dobek

    All day
    Meet leader:  Dobek Pater  tel  083 306 2306 / email: dobek@africaanalysis.co.za

    The Dome Pools are an ideal destination on a hot summer’s day. After sweating it out on a relatively easy approach, you can enjoy the multitude of pools along the stream at leisure. There is plenty of space to spread out and bum slide (mind the long one; it is deceptive), jump into deep water, splash in the pools and sizzle in the sun. Shade can be a bit scarce along parts of the stream in midday sun, so bring a hat and sun screen.

    The hike is not difficult, with a gradual rise going upstream, although on the way back you do need to climb back up the hill from the stream bed. It takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to reach the first set of rock pools and slides. This will be the main base for the day. Some may want to hike over the top or follow the stream bed to the camp site further up the kloof and beyond. We will hike out in the afternoon and plan to be back in the parking lot by around 16h00. You can hike out earlier, if you wish, as long as you can find your way back to the car (pretty straight forward, if you don’t miss a key turnoff).

    Please contact Dobek to sign up and get more details.

  • 08

    Climbing @ Boulder Kloof

    All day

    Meet leader:  Steve Hoffe  tel 082 411 9418  / email: stevehoffe@gmail.com


    An offshoot kloof that branches off from Lowr Tonquani, Boulder Kloof is a typical Magaliesberg kloof characterised by steep cliffs, and as its name suggests, massive, fallen boulders, making for striking scenery. Climbs are generally of a high standard on good quality, steep rock but tend to be short.

    Please contact Steve to sign up and get more details.  Parking fees apply. . .

  • 08

    Orientation @ Strubens

    Meet leader:  Alan Watson  tel  082 459 3241 / email: corptch@iafrica.com

    Strubens is a small crag near Johannesburg with an astonishing number of climbs – over 100 short sport routes and the odd trad line. Access is easy and grades range from easy to moderate, making it ideal for beginners and for training. It is situated in Roodepoort on the West Rand, about 30 minutes’ drive from the general Randburg/Sandton area.
    Please contact Alan to sign up and get more details.
  • 12

    Prospective Members talk


    Venue: MCSA Office, CityRock gym complex
    Time:  18h00 – 19h00


  • 23

    MCSA Office closes

    All day

    No additional details for this event.