Getting to the crags from town is really obvious, take the dirt road roughly in the middle of the village, about 200m? uphill from the backpackers, toward the obvious mountain. The road is pretty adventurous (usual eastern cape). The road goes up the right flank of the hill, at a junction on a high shoulder turn left.
From here things get gnarly, follow the road below the crag until you get to a huge steep hill. If you are worried about your car you may want to park at the bottom, but its a v.long walk from there. We took a hi-ace right up the hill so it is do-able, walk up the road first and remove any large rocks also check which line you are going to take up the hill. Members of your party can stay at the difficult spots to point you in the right direction when driving up. There is a path going straight up to the crag from the top of this hill (long and steep), but what is way better
is to drive further on to the left shoulder where there is an overgrown road going off right just before the steep monster downhill, where we camped.(DO NOT GO DOWN THIS HILL!! unless you drive a 4x4) From this camp there is an easy and pleasant walk up the left shoulder to traverse in below the crags.
There is also climbing down and right from the right shoulder junction, at the waterfall area, again do not drive down this hill (you will be sorry!), walk from the junction. 4x4s love driving these roads so try not to block the road when you park. Its been a long time since I was there hope my memory isnt too fuzzy!
Check out the amazing scooped wall on the hill North of the town, visible from the T junction at the top the hill leading through and out of town.
Fort Fordyce is also very rustig (also with gnarly roads) and well worth checking out for a foresty vibe in a very secluded location - good times!