I wonder if anyone has further information on the following:
(All references made to Maps here relate to Slingsby old Maps - the REAL ones that you can sleep in/on/under, fold, eat off and use in high wind/rain/snow, without them turning to mush- including orientation/grid lines, spot height etc.)
After one has climbed Cowl gully, and reached the cave (left hand fork) the gully tightens up and you can walk out onto a rather sharp prow that hangs over the valley of the eMlwanzini river catchment. (Leading down to Keith Bush camp). Looking directly WWNW at the face opposite, a vertical narrow gash can be seen running clean from the Escarpment edge (just N of spot height 3317) down into the valley below.
Viewed on Google Earth this clean, straight, fault line can be seen clearly.
Does anyone know if this is passable, and if so how serious a climb?!
Does anyone know, or has anyone ascended/descended same?
Does it have a name?
Is anyone keen?!
Putting it out there.