Spitzkoppe & Pontoks 

Rhino Horn
Roland and Maarten on Slab Chips.jpg

Rhino Horn

3rd trad pitch on Slab Chips 

Rhino Horn

The 1728m high Spitzkoppe is one of Namibia’s most recognizable landmarks, rises mirage-like above the dusty pro-Namib plains of southern Damaraland. Its dramatic shape has inspired its nickname, the Matterhorn of Africa.

Rock climbers please note: Bolting is not permitted without the prior consent of the Mountain Club Namibia in collaboration with the Spitzkoppe management.

Should you wish to bolt a new route, please contact mcsa.namibia@gmail.com

Crossing INXS, Spitzkoppe South West Wall

 

The Spitzkoppe/Pontok area is the premier rock climbing destination in Namibia. With over 100 sport- and trad routes to choose from on sculptured rock faces, with burning red sunsets and a breathtaking view into the Namib desert, this magical area has attracted climbers all over the world and yet you still find uncrowded climbing routes and wilderness.

The Spitzkoppe/Pontoks 

guide book is available at selected bookshops

in Windhoek and Swakopmund

Please note:

There is no mountain rescue operating in Namibia.

In case of an emergency, contact

Spitzkoppen Lodge

+264 81 850 2566 | +264 81 149 0827

2017 created by GRAFDESIGN for MCSA Namibia Section

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