Winter climbing in Taiwan, Long Dong.

Thinking of a prep trip before going to Yosemite? Or just want to get our during the December holidays for some rock climbing? Winter in Long Dong can be one of the best times for rock climbing and sending that hard project. Given its low temps and high friction on sea cliff sandstone.

Kick start into 2015!

2014 was an awesome year. I want to thank everyone who have made it such a great year! Especially those who have came for our courses and guided trips in China, Thailand, Taiwan and US. It was great to share climbing knowledge and instructions with you. Moving into 2015 we have many new developments coming up! First … Continue reading Kick start into 2015!

Incredible Hulk – Sunspot Dihedral

The world is small, it is even smaller when it comes to the world of climbers. In 2010, Matt Robertson, author of Long Dong Climbing Guide, put together a team of 21 climbers from all over the world including some big names like, Mayan Gobat Smith, Hazel Finlay and Tim Emmett. Somehow the average Joe, … Continue reading Incredible Hulk – Sunspot Dihedral

Salathe Wall, July 2014

35 pitches and 3500ft of climbing, it is the longest thing Kelly and  I have climbed. Previously having done The Nose on El Capitan too, we knew that Salathe Wall would be a level up from climbing The Nose, since there is more wide climbing/offwidth in the route and many spicy chimney pitches including the Half … Continue reading Salathe Wall, July 2014

Taiwan Trad Climbing 2013!

What else can I say? Learn how to place gears safely, build anchors, jam cracks and route find your way up those blank and bolt-less walls. Climb by the sea cliffs and enjoy the views of Long Dong. Participants will receive SNCS rock climbing level 1 certificate after successful completion of the course. Trad climbing … Continue reading Taiwan Trad Climbing 2013!