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Feel Alive! Take the easy path, or take the path that makes you feel most alive!Great gear for the great outdoors available at CityROCK gear shops Johannesburg and Cape Town, or online at www.mountainmailorder.co.za#mountainmailorder #CityROCKGearShop #cityrock_cpt #cityrock_jhb Posted by City...
For CityROCK, 2018 sees the end of an era in Observatory and the beginning of an exciting new one in Paarden Eiland. CityROCK Observatory has been going for more than 15 years and has seen many passionate climbers, adventure enthusiasts...
Santa came early to CityROCK, before his long voyage to the South Pole!#paardeneiland #CityROCK #tnfantarctica17 #alexhonnold Posted by City ROCK Gear Shop on Friday, 1 December 2017...
OK, so the results are in. We got 59 submissions. Wow. Included amongst them were many customers and quite a few of our own staff members. Note they did not win :). Our architect Anton and his son Zane also...
Our new Paarden Eiland gym construction is coming along very nicely. All the climbing structures are built, most of the plywood is on. We are already starting to drill those 50,000 t-nut holes. So far we are on track for...
Trip Report from the OUTDOOR trade Show Friedrichshafen, Germany 17-20 June, 2017 Robert, Nathan and Richard from the CityROCK team went to visit the 24th OUTDOOR Trade Show in Friedrichshafen, Germany. The show is a phenomenal platform for manufacturers to showcase...
We’ve raised the roof of our giant new Paarden Eiland gym! Check out how we went from 11m to 16m in less than 2 minutes! To follow the progress of the construction follow CityROCK on Facebook and Instagram....
The Blue Hand Group in action at the new PE gym. Posted by City ROCK Cape Town on Thursday, 2 March 2017...
On the 1st February 2017, the construction team moved in and started work on what is set to become the biggest Indoor Climbing Gym in the Southern Hemisphere. CityROCK Cape Town will move from their current premises in Observatory to the...
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered his Budget Speech on Wednesday and made it clear that South Africa is “once again at a crossroads”. In order to close the R28 Billion budget shortfall, he announced that taxes would be raised on...