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Free climber Matt Bush hangs with one hand as he climbs the rocks of the Rocklands in Cederberg, South Africa

Daring South African mountaineer scales a steep rock face without safety ropes

  • Matt Bush can be seen climbing the Rocklands cliffs in Cederberg, South Africa
  • The video shows the daring sportsman who hangs on the terrain with one hand
  • The Rocklands attract brave free climbers from all over the world every year
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A South African free climber scales an almost steep cliff without safety equipment.

Matt Bush can be seen right through the Rocklands cliffs in Cederberg, South Africa.

In the images, made by a spectator, Mr. Bush can see the rock face swing with one hand.

Free climber Matt Bush hangs with one hand as he climbs the rocks of the Rocklands in Cederberg, South Africa

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Free climber Matt Bush hangs with one hand as he climbs the rocks of the Rocklands in Cederberg, South Africa

The video shows him on the steep cliff with orange hues under a bright blue sky.

Holding onto with one hand, he extends into a pocket around his waist that holds chalk to improve his grip.

He then pulls himself with only his arms before releasing again with one hand.

Mr. Bush visits the Rocklands in Cederberg. Visitors can climb the impressive rocks before settling on one of the two campsites on the site

Mr. Bush visits the Rocklands in Cederberg. Visitors can climb the impressive rocks before settling on one of the two campsites on the site

Mr. Bush is bouldering along a rock face in South Africa. This is rock climbing without safety tools such as ropes

Mr. Bush is bouldering along a rock face in South Africa. This is rock climbing without safety tools such as ropes

Bush pulls himself up, with only his arms, on what appears to be an inverted rock face in South Africa

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The climber skilfully climbs the rock, this time with his legs, while reaching dizzying heights.

Bouldering is rock climbing without safety aids, such as ropes, and is usually limited to just eight meters.

Visitors to the Rocklands can climb the impressive rocks on the site before settling on one of the two campsites.

Some climbing areas have been developed on farms that may request a small fee.

Others are free to use, but a & # 39; crashpad & # 39; – a soft mat under the climber – and a spotter – someone who can help a climber during a fall – are essential.

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