Find out more about Mt Kinabalu in the latest edition of Petzl’s Sport Catalog 2010 under the via ferrata section!

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The annual Reel Rock Film Tour brings the best in climbing and adventure films to local audiences across the globe. Reel Rock shows are spirited community events where climbers and outdoors lovers come together to celebrates and sample the ultimate in adventure filmmaking. Prize giveaways, appearances by top climbers, and fundraising for non-profit organizations are always part of the party at reel rock events.

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Reel Rock screened in over 400 locations world-wide, drew over 100,000+ audience members, raised over $20,000 for non-profits, partnered with more than 150 retailers, university outing clubs and climbing gyms, and won copious media coverage and critical praise.

This year Reel Rock 8 Tour Kota Kinabalu is proudly brought to you by Mountain Torq for Kota Kinabalu International Film Festival (KKIFF).

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We moved slowly in single file, clinging to a wet rope and hauling ourselves up the side of a granite cliff face.

Even by the light of my head torch, I knew it was a sheer drop to the faint, twinkling lights of civilization almost 4,000 metres below. Click here to read more!

 

To the average armchair adventurer, scaling a mountain 3 miles high may seem an inaccessible pastime – the exclusive preserve of the superhuman, the mega-rich, or the slightly mad.

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Sir Chris Bonington’s recent visit on Mt Kinabalu had him rock climbing on the summit plateau and also experiencing the world’s highest via ferrata. After these 2 experiences, Sir Chris Bonington declares that the rock on Mt Kinabalu is one of the finest he has climbed and it is suitable for novices and experts making it an amazing location for a mountaineering training center in South East Asia. Click here to read the 2 part blog

In Sydney to promote the world’s highest and Asia’s only via ferrata, Mountain Torq, Malaysian representatives wowed agents with images and testimonials from the impressive climb.

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Check out our latest news on the Sydney Morning Herald 16th Oct 2010! It will give you a good idea on what to expect on Mt Kinabalu. Click the link to find out more!

Sir Chris Bonington’s recent visit on Mt Kinabalu had him rock climbing on the summit plateau and also experiencing the world’s highest via ferrata.

After these 2 experiences, Sir Chris Bonington declares that the rock on Mt Kinabalu is one of the finest he has climbed and it is suitable for novices and experts making it an amazing location for a mountaineering training center in South East Asia.

Climbing Mount Kinabalu’s via ferrata was listed along with bush camping in the Serengeti , Swimming in Devil’s Pool, Zambia, and taking a motorbike ride in Vietnam! Which are also pretty memorable!! Click on this link to read on!

Lonely Planet’s Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei 11th edition hit the newsstands in January 2010 and we were delighted to find out that Mountain Torq’s via ferrata and Pendant hut is listed in there. Check out pages 359 and 364.

“The route’s thread-like tightrope walks and swinging planks will have you convinced that the course designers are sadistic, but that’s what makes it so darn fun – testing your limits without putting your safety in jeopardy” (Lonely Planet, 11th edition)