YOU don’t have to be an adrenaline junkie to enjoy rock climbing, but it helps. You also don’t have to teeter on the edge of a sheer height to get the best thrill out of the popular sport. SA is manna from heavenly heights for lovers of this sport. With its wild, wonderful and usually remote cliffs and crags, the country rightly claims to offer some of the world’s finest, most diverse rock climbing. The Climb ZA website, run by husband and wife team Justin and Riki Lawson, hosts SA’s largest rock climbing community forum. With its exquisite photo gallery and routes database, it’s chock-a-block with information, and local and international news for climbers on all mountain-related outdoor activities. Rock climbing, as its name suggests, is all about climbing up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. It includes bouldering (a form of climbing usually practiced on small rocks and boulders or indoor walls) and kloofing, the South African version of "canyoneeri...

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