The 3rd edition of the South African Highline Meeting will be hosted at De Pakhuys in Rocklands over the Easter weekend.
Several Highlines ranging from 20-65m long will be rigged and ready to walk. A training line for Highlining will also be up for first timers to learn the basics. Shorter Slacklines will be up at camp too. We’ll also have a bunch of Waterlines over the dams for some fun in the sun!
Other activities will include Climbing, Swimming, Hiking, Unicycling, Juggling, Tricklining, Rodeolining, Music etc…
Camping and Accommodation:
De Pakhuys Campsite will be the main area of activity, in close proximity to the Highlines (10min walk), lake (swimming and waterline), kitchen, bar, etc
Alpha Excelsior also has accomodation available, and a dam for swimming, Slacklining and Waterlining.
Traveller’s Rest is another accomodation option with a restaurant and Slackline alongside a river.
Camping gear – Tent, sleeping bag, mattress…
Food for the duration of your stay, closest shops are in Clanwilliam (26km away)
Swimming stuff (Waterlining!)
Any other fun toys, beach bats, juggling balls, poi’s etc…
Musical instruments welcome!!!
De Pakhuys is about 250km from Cape Town, 26km past Clanwilliam which is the closest town.
Take N7 (towards Malmesbury) until Clanwilliam turnoff on the right (just after Clanwilliam Dam). Then carry on past Clanwilliam and over the Pakhuis Pass. De Pakhuys/Alpha Excelsior turnoff is on the right a few hundred meters after the pass.
If anyone traveling by car has free space please post it here so that those looking for a lift may organise it with you.
Also this Rocklands Lift Club link will help to organise lifts to and from Rocklands:
Here is the link for buses to and from Clanwilliam
Pickup from Clanwilliam to the campsite is possible but please notify me in advance.
For any info or questions you may have, please feel free to contact Sylvain Burki by email or phone:
+27 (0)72 178 4438
Please keep checking the Facebook page as it gets updated with the latest info.