Cape Town is holding a special place in my heart. The first time I came there was in 2013 and I was immediately amazed by all the possibilities offered by this region. This trip was a special one as David was getting married. It was also my very first holiday with Hande and our first climbing trip.
Rock Climbing in South Korea is just amazing. During SG50, we went on a road trip to discover some of the most beautiful trad climbing routes in the country: Insubong in Seoul, Janggon-bong in the Seoraksan National Park and more.
Tioman has its own memory. Please share with us your journey and your adventures. Here is a collection of some trip reports.
“Polish Princess” (7b, 270m) was established in April 2011 by Eliza Kubarska and David Kaszlikowski from Poland. We came back in July 2015 to repeat the route and re bolt the anchors with Ti Bolts.
During the long Vesak weekend in Singapore, I had the chance to make a trip to Palu and paraglide in one of the best spot in South East Asia.
After Yosemite last year, I felt the need to take a break from rock climbing. Training for big walls has been an exhaustive process and I reached a point where it has become too obsessive. I recently turned myself to paragliding and headed to New Zealand
We did not failed, our success has just been postponed
Damai Sentosa was was established in April 2013 by Stephanie Bodet, Yong Liu, Arnaud Petit, David Kashlikowski and Tam Khairudin Haja. We were back on the beautiful island of Tioman and repeated the route on the 13th of July 2014
During Easter 2014, Dave and I finally jumped on one of our long term projects: Ozymandias Direct, Mont Buffalo Australia. Graded M4/A2, this 280m climb is the most famous aid line in Australia and offer a spectacular scenery over the gorge. For our first real attempt, we spent three days and two nights on the wall. What a blast !
Waking Dream has been a long journey and it was a worth reward to top out on Malaysia Day. We climbed the route spread over 3 weekends with the objective to re-bolt the line, re-stating it as good as possible to the condition it was after the first ascent.