Meet leader: Mike Byrd – 083 625 6294 – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamerkop Kloof is a long kloof, the lower part of which is owned by the Hamerkop Mountain Trust while the upper part is privately owned, so off limits unless you have a permit from the landowner. The kloof is home to over 200 trad climbs along its length, of which most are grade 18 and below. Many of the routes are also one pitch long, making the area a safe and fun venue for people starting trad climbing. Hamerkop has one of the shortest walk-ins of any of the Magaliesberg kloofs, making it a popular crag for families with young children.
COME TO THE MANASLU PRESENTATION INSTEAD!
- 0606.February.Wednesdayhttps://mcsajohannesburg.org/event/presentation-success-on-manaslu-jeannette-mcgill/City ROCK JohannesburgCity ROCK Johannesburg
Venue: CityROCK presentation area
Time: 19h15 for 19h30
Jeannette first went to Manaslu in 2015, but the team had to abort the climb due to bad weather. Determined to finish what she had started, Jeannette went back in 2018 and this time was successful! Don’t miss this one, and her fascinating story
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