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3 April 2019
Venue: CityRock – MUST R.S.V.P by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a new member (have joined in the last 6 months) or are eager to meet new MCSA members we would love for you to join us. Come and meet new people, share experiences and make new friends with similar interests and passions as you!
The MCSA will be hosting – we will supply salads, rolls and the braai if you could bring your own meat and drinks. (note alcohol permitted in moderation; no climbing)
- 0707.April.Sundayhttps://mcsajohannesburg.org/event/mhlabatini-hike-with-neil-grimmer/Meet Leader: Neil Grimmer tel: 083 218 7233 email: email@example.comA trail of two parts. The intention is to first hike up to the escarpment to take in the expansive views looking south. From there we will return via the main stream feeding Mhlabatini and then make our way down this fun, yet challenging kloof. The route to the escarpment will not follow a marked trail, with steep uphill sections. Thus, although we will taking it easy, good fitness levels are required. The kloof itself (my favourite in the Magaliesberg) will require participants to climb down large boulders with compulsory swims in the latter sections.
Meet Leader: Bennie de Wet el: 082 850 0941 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: To introduce existing indoor and sports climbers to traditional climbing. This is a practical introduction to traditional climbing.
Prerequisites: Participant must be proficient in climbing sport routes at grade 17/18.
Format and location: The trad orientation will be structured around the participants and will take one day in the Magaliesberg Tonquani Kloof. The day will focus on practical gear placement, anchor building, route finding and climbing (lead and/or follow).
Meet Leader: Blake May tel: 071 244 6801 email: blakemmay@gmail..com
An offshoot kloof that branches off from Lower 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.
Contact Blake if you want to participate.