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Rest Day

Rest Day

Posted on 31. Jul, 2009 by .

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Our fifth day was our first rest day and this gives me an opportunity to write about the housing and the African experience. We were staying in a rustic farm house on land owned by Hoffie Strauss. The Strauss farm is fairly big, and it is a Rooibos Tea farm, however their main crop is […]

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Day 4 of the Rocklands

Day 4 of the Rocklands

Posted on 29. Jul, 2009 by .

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Day 4 Back to Pakhuis Pass and one of the best areas in Rocklands, Roadside. The weather was again perfect, with highs in the mid 50s with a nice breeze and cooling off towards the evening. We finally found some nice moderates to warm up on. One of the downsides of Rocklands is that after […]

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Rocklands Day 3…Hollow?

Rocklands Day 3…Hollow?

Posted on 28. Jul, 2009 by .

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Not every day of a roadtrip is incredible. Without the bad there would be no good. The third day at the Rocklands started off with a brutal 45 minute uphill hike/scramble to a small cluster of boulders.

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Rocklands Day 2

Posted on 28. Jul, 2009 by .

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The second day we decided to check out some of the main bouldering areas near Pakhuis Pass. There are three main areas that are accessed from the parking lot, Roadside, Roadcrew and The Fortress. We decided to visit Roadcrew, which has such classics as Ulaan Bataar V8, The Power of One V13, Cedar Spine Arete […]

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Rocklands Day 1 The Sassies

Rocklands Day 1 The Sassies

Posted on 25. Jul, 2009 by .

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It was hard not to think about climbing. The first day we made our way out to the Sassies, which is a small and relatively new area. I was very surprised at the length of the hike (which was almost 45 min) and there was no established trail.

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Rocklands Travel

Rocklands Travel

Posted on 23. Jul, 2009 by .

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I left Boulder with high hopes and much excitement about traveling to South Africa. I was traveling with Sarah and Stephanie Marvez, Nelson Caryannis, and Flannery Shay-Nemirow. Chuck Fryberger left a few days earlier, and Kevin Jorgeson would meet us in Cape Town.

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Rocklands

Rocklands

Posted on 23. Jul, 2009 by .

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I have returned from Africa and will begin updating as soon as possible. I am totally exhausted after 20 some hours of flying. For now here is a great picture from Chuck Fryberger of one of the best problems I have ever done, Pinotage V10. I have an update for almost all of the 25 […]

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