Another July El Cap ascent, this time with Lien, my ex commando comrade. After some good training in Taiwan, Long Dong, we decided to team up and go get it! Check out the video I've made of our July Nose climb! https://vimeo.com/231235156
Its been a while since I've visited a new climbing area. Its always fun to discover new places and climb on new rocks. New formations that you have never seen before or just getting inspired by climbing with new people with good vibes. Straight off the first trad course I have conducted in 2017, I flew out … Continue reading Exploring Thailand
Everytime we clip into the chains or the bolts at the end of the route, it is a sense of relief and rejoice. You would have either sent your long time project or got away without leaving bail biners or draws on the route. Before you heave that sign of relief, think again what you … Continue reading Fixed hardware. What you should know about them?
Its been an exciting 2016. It began with Krabi Rock Trips running multi pitch course in the limestone mecca followed by Taiwan Rock Trip in spring. During the spring season we also started the Titanium Bolting Project in Taiwan. Now autumn is over and winter is setting in as we get ready for the last … Continue reading Highlights of 2016 and 2017 trips schedule!
Moving into the new year really soon and start planning for those holiday trips in 2017! The trip in 2017 is SNCS Sports Level 3, multi pitch course. Sign up or enquire at Qxadventures@gmail.com https://vimeo.com/196446700
It has become a pilgrimage to visit the High Sierra yearly for me and Kelly. Ever since the first outing I did with Mike Knarzer to climb the Sunspot Dihedral, I appreciate climbing in the altitude more now. The uncertainty on how I can perform on each climb depends on how well I acclimatise each time … Continue reading High Sierra 2016
If you have been following me on Facebook, you would have known I with the help of local champ Xiao Xiang have started to rebolt some anchors in Long Dong, Taiwan with Titan's titanium U bolts. The reason for doing this is simple, UIAA have issued a warning on using stainless steel bolts on sea … Continue reading Clean on Rap VS Clean on Lower
Nested far in the south west border of China is a quaint little village of Liming. Liming is a village occupied by a minority tribe named Lisu tribe. The tribe is made up of Tibetan Burman ethic group, inhabitants of the mountainous region of Burma, China(Yunnan), Thailand and India. Rich in dance and music culture, the Lisu tribe … Continue reading Romancing 黎明, Liming, Lao Jun Shan
2015 has passed and it was a big year for us. We got our climbers' hostel in Long Dong up and running, with phase 2 and 3 of renovation to come in the upcoming year ahead. The entire winter up till the Feb has been great too. We want to thank all the climbers who have … Continue reading Long Dong winter climbing 2015/16