About us

The Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA) is the largest and oldest mountaineering club in South Africa. It facilitates and engages in mountaineering,climbing of all types, bouldering, hiking, international expeditions, mountain search and rescuetrainingconservation of mountain areas, and procurement of access for mountaineering.


The MCSA was founded in 1891 and hence is one of the oldest mountaineering clubs in the world. The MCSA is one of only two mountain clubs in Africa which are affiliated to the world mountaineering body, the UIAA. Members of the MCSA have climbed and hiked on all the major mountain ranges throughout the world. Since its inception, the MCSA has published an annual journal. The MCSA Journal is one of the oldest mountain club journals still being published on an annual basis.
The Club consists of 14 sections spread over South Africa and Namibia and with more than 4000 members.

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Amajuba
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Cape Town
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Eastern Province
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Free State 
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Hottentotsholland
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Johannesburg
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KwaZulu-Natal 
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Magaliesberg (also known as the Pretoria section) 
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Namibia
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Paarl-Wellington 
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South Cape
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Stellenbosch 
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Tygerberg 
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Worcester 

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