Posts by Dirk Klicker


Posted on July 09, 2016 by to News | No Comments

  Hi Everyone! Some of you already hold memberships for the 2016/2017 year, and some of you have already renewed your membership, if so please ignore this email (Life Members ditto). For everyone else remaining, unfortunately your CAWA membership has expired! It is now possible to renew your membership online at the CAWA website at […]

Local Climbing News – Bouldering Competition at Boulder Hub on 11 June 2016

Posted on May 31, 2016 by to Competitions, Events, News, Social | No Comments

In local climbing news:- On Saturday, 11th June 2016, the The Boulder Hub in Wangara is holding the MOMENTUM Bouldering Competition. It is a 2 hour climbing pump fest for climber’s of all abilities (novice, intermediate and open). MOMENTUM is also the qualifier for the next World Cup format competition KINETIC which will be held on […]

President’s Report – CAWA Committee Meeting, 27 April 2016

Posted on May 11, 2016 by to News | No Comments

Dear fellow climbers, I promised in my last blog to keep you updated on the work of the committee, hence this short note. The committee held its second meeting on 27 April. The full committee was present and Kate Swain, the editor of Western Climber, also joined us. We discussed possible topics for the Western […]

Foundation Day Long Weekend at Kalbarri

Posted on May 08, 2016 by to Events | 1 Comment

Dear members, The long awaited Kalbarri trip is just around the corner: Friday 3rd to Monday 6th June 2016. Sheer sandstone walls carved out by the Murchison River provide trad, sport climbing, bouldering and deep water soloing opportunities. Roughly 6.5 hour drive north of Perth, Kalbarri gorge is well worth the trip. Kalbarri National Park […]

President’s Report – CAWA Committee Meeting, 23 March 2016

Posted on April 06, 2016 by to News | 2 Comments

Hi everyone and welcome to the new 2016 CAWA committee. For those who don’t know me, my name is Mark Edele and I’ve just been elected as the President for CAWA in 2016. My climbing background is fairly varied. Growing up in Bavaria, my father trained me as an alpinist, with heavy boots and tying […]