Bouldering, Sport- and Trad Climbing

There are enthusiastic groups of rock climbers in Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown and East London. Rock climbing happens every weekend. Motivated beginners are welcome to join us to experience climbing and learn to climb safely by apprenticeship. The Eastern Cape hosts more than 700 sport routes, thousands of traditional routes and some bouldering areas. New routes are discovered and opened continuously.

Climbing happens every weekend, Contact Us to find our more.

Climbing Guides

Because access in some areas has been a sensitive issue in the past we have not published detailed route guides and locality maps for all areas. Persons interested in climbing in areas not described in the route guides should please contact us.

See our climbing guides at the bottom of the page.

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Climbing Guides

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Alicedale Boulders: -33.325121, 26.130732
EL Crags: -33.024159, 27.847717
Fort Fordyce: -32.680292, 26.489699
Gamkaskloof Boulders: -33.339384, 22.038488
Grips: -33.707337, 24.618250
Hogsback: -32.616676, 26.997846
Kompasberg: -31.759060, 24.539804
Kouga Wilderness: -33.726919, 23.851032
Lady Slipper: -33.892322, 25.254249
Nguniland: -33.930604, 24.267627
NSA: -32.957469, 27.874613
Outdshoorn: -33.381861, 22.178921
Slipper Boulders: -33.898675, 25.255200
Towerkop: -33.411163, 21.206743
Van Stadens: -33.889244, 25.212791
Waterkloof: -33.604226, 24.226424

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