Meet leader: Guenther Bargon – 083 659 0850 – email email@example.com
Grootkloof is a shady, attractive kloof with a running stream, clear pools and unique rock formations, including a huge suspended chock stone with trees growing on it straddling the whole kloof midway between Sonderbroek and Trumpet. The rock, which in places reaches 60 metres in height, is generally excellent, and the kloof has a good selection of climbs of all grades.
Meet at Grootkloof parking area between 08:15 and 08:30
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Meet leader: Theo Odendaal – email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Our quest to rid the Magaliesberg of alien vegetation continues and is on-going. In this kloof we’re tackling Pompom and Senna.
JHB members : this is an ideal opportunity for you to get to know our Kloofs, help with the ongoing work to keep them clear of allien vegetation, and have a great deal of fun getting to know fellow MCSA members. Contact Theo to find out what you need to bring apart from yourself.https://mcsajohannesburg.org/event/climbing-kransberg-weekend-with-chris-ziranek/
Meet leader: Chris Ziranek – email: email@example.com
Kransberg offers good quality multi-pitch climbing at moderate grades. With routes of between 3 and 6 pitches long and grades from 11 to 22 it is a great place to hone your multi-pitch skills before heading off to Blouberg. The exposure is excellent, and the birdlife unrivalled. Car camping. Bring your own water for the camp-site.
The walk in is steep, and for most sections without a path. Expect a little bush bashing and wear long pants. The hike to the base of the cliffs takes about an hour. You must contact Chris if you wish to participate!