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Cederberg (Magaliesberg)

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About Cederberg (Magaliesberg):

The kloof name derives from the unusual rock formations in the area which are reminiscent of those found in the Cape Cedarberg. The rock is good and is cleanest at the lower end of the kloof. The longest climbs (approximately 80m) are near the Tonquani junction. Those on the true right tend to be the most sustained. Water is always available. This is a large kloof with over 120 climbs.
Nearest town or city:
Directions: One can access the kloof either from the Cedarberg/Tonquani Junction, from the top end from Mountain Sanctuary park or the campsite, down Grey Gulley. Frog gulley is also often used but is very steep and can be rather dangerous.
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Access Issues: This is an MCSA owned kloof and access is controlled. Non members should apply for a permit, see the MCSA Access & Permit page. The meet spot is usually just upstream of the Cedarberg/Tonquani junction or in the upper section where there is a large flat a
Camping: None
When to Climb:
Quantity of Climbs: Day