It has been 2 weeks in Yosemite and since we touched down in LAX it has been a wild time. This time Kelly and I both quitted our jobs and planned a year's trip to climbing mainly in US and Europe. First stop is US in California and we are stopping by Yosemite again and … Continue reading 2 Weeks in Yosemite..
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!
A while ago, I received a call from Campers' Corner and they told me to that this guy had this question on how to release his system from the slackline if the Grigri jams up. I thought to myself who in Singapore would have used a Grigri as a braking device for his slackline setup. … Continue reading Singaporean of the Day
Hey all, Happy New Year and a great 2013 to all reading this. Thanks to everyone's support including the readers, climbers, adventurers and slackliners; qxadventures.com has got 10,000 views last year! But most of all I want to thank all those who have joined my trips in one way or another, be it trad,sports … Continue reading 2013 Qxadventures calendar
Trad climbing in Hong Kong is a whole new experience for many who came for this trip. I hoped everyone had loads of fun and learnt something new this trip! We kicked off the trip with Yumei, Kay tuck and Mr Lam for some climbing action all around Hong Kong. It was unfortunate that Sihui … Continue reading Hong Kong 2012 Trip Report !
Looking through my iPhone, I knew the last few days of scrabbling to get things done is not going to help. Just like PAP, I set 5 years, 10 years and long term goals for myself. Since the introduction of this planning system, it has been 5 years and it coincides with my 30th Birthday. … Continue reading 30
A weekend outing with a french, german, Indian and Polish. No wonder I had so much trouble remembering names.. No excuses anyway, Emon rang me up and ask if i could run a multi pitch training for them before they head to Krabi. I thought it was a great way to spend a weekend and … Continue reading French, German, Indian, Polish
Its amazing how 2012 flew pass! I usually set out a whole lot of goals before the year starts and will check them off the tick list. Before the year comes to an end I will be constantly checking back and (usually) frantically trying to finish whatever i can finish and pass those I can't … Continue reading 06102012
Hong Kong Trad Course in Winter ! Winter in Hong Kong! Whip out the soft shells and beanies! No more sticky bodies and sweaty palms.The weather is 15 degrees and get ready for some insane friction. When you are done with climbing, head back into the city for a cup of bubble tea and go … Continue reading Winter Hong Kong Trad Climbing Trip!
Typhoons, earthquakes and floods hitting Taiwan hard this summer but the awesome climbers from Singapore hit Long Dong even harder! Onsight Climbing Gym and I started working together to get participants for this trip since March and the responds so far is not too bad. The course is usually 4 days, which includes 1st day … Continue reading Taiwan Summer Trad Climbing 2012