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New South Africa sector (NSA)

Average Rating = 2.50/5 New South Africa sector (NSA)

This crag is 10 minutes away from anywhere in East London and runs along the Nahoon River. The picture was taken +-1km from the crag. All pitches are single ranging from 20 - 33m. Trad and bolted routes ranging from grade 15-24 (5.7-5.11c). The name NSA (
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-18
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Eye spy...

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Eye spy...

Just moved through the crux and pumped, hence jamming with the right forearm and resting on the boulder under my butt. Route Steve's Sweet 17, Windmill Hole, South Africa. Climber Stuart Sanderson, Photographer Mie Elsen
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-18
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Bat's Cave

Average Rating = 3.14/5 Bat's Cave

This is a sand stone boulder - very rough on the hands though. Satisfying because 3m from the Indian Ocean high water mark!
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-13
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Base of Steven's Sweet 17

Average Rating = 2.33/5 Base of Steven's Sweet 17

There are three bolted routes on the Main Face section. L-R Not The Millennium Route, The Garden Route and Steven's Sweet 17. Climbers L-R Stuart Sanderson, Richard Matchett, Garvin Jacobs (bending) and Mie Elsen (photographer). The crux of Steven's Sweet
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-08
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Not The Millennium Route

Average Rating = 2.25/5 Not The Millennium Route

This is a 27m slab climb graded 5.8. This route was opened in late 1999, during the Millennium hype, hence the route name. Leading the route is Stuart Sanderson. Photographer Mie Elsen. This is a great route for beginner climbers.
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-08
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Steve Sweet 17's crux

Average Rating = 3.60/5 Steve Sweet 17's crux

Moving into the crux - 5.10a. From the undergrip you move you left hand to the chalked flake left of the bolt. You move you right foot onto a small ledge to the left of the climbers hip and reach round the buldge with you right hand. You bridge with your
Submitted by: camelman on 2002-01-08
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Average Rating = 2.33/5 Nahoon

New boulder we discovered on the beach between Nahoon Reef and Eastern Beach, East London, South Africa. Mia Elsen (Belgian) took the photo. Stuart Sanderson (South African)beginner climber.
Submitted by: camelman on 2001-11-19
Views: 956 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0