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|Bobbejaansberg (Also known as Mutango Lodge) - currently closed, no access

Brief summary of venue Crag is on private property north of Pretoria off the Moloto Road. Various grades from 10-24. Also some bouldering.
 Permit/ permission info All climbers must sign in at Mutango Lodge and pay entrance fees before proceeding to crags. Current cost R50 per person.
Approximate travelling time from Johannesburg Approx 1 hour. Take the N1 North, turn off at the Zambezi drive toll plaza, currently R720. Turn right, (east) towards Cullinan. Turn left at the first robot after the highway on-ramp, which is the road towards Moloto. Continue for 24.9km, you'll clearly see the rock face and the entrance to Mutango lodge on your right hand side. Enter the roadside gate and drive a couple of hundred meters towards the second gate & guard which is clearly visible from the first gate.
 Parking information Park at the base of the cliffs. Entrance is on left hand side before main entrance. Visitors must report to reception first.
 Info on walk in Walk-in can be a little overgrown, but fairly easy. Takes about 10 minutes.
 Accommodation Accommodation can be arranged at the lodge, where there are chalets and camping.
Availability of water for drinking There is no water at the crags.
 Climbing route guide This venue is currently closed. See below See Climb ZA: http://www.climbing.co.za/wiki/index.php?title=Bobbejaans_Berg
 Climbing information
 Child friendly No
 Swimming There is a swimming pool at the lodge.
 Camp fires
 Other attractions Some walking trails around the tops of the crags. Lodge arranges host of corporate and team building events
 Dangers Usual. Some of the rock can be loose.
 Contacts http://mutangolodge.co.za/ Old Moloto Rd R573, Boekenhoutskloof Pretoria GPS: S 25 32.294′ E 28 27.554′ Lodge: (+27) 79 349 2898 Head Office: (+27) 11 662 2807 Fax: (+27) 86 623 4190
 Disclaimer Mountaineering (climbing and hiking) is de facto an activity which carries certain inherent risks. Neither the MCSA, nor any of its members or representatives accept responsibility for any deaths, injury or illness sustained or suffered by any person or for any theft, loss or damage to any property that result from participation in MCSA activities, no matter in what manner caused and whether allegedly due to negligence or not.