Adventure Quests
Newsletter Issue 9
Cerro Aconcagua

Cerro means 'Hill' in Spanish. Cerro Aconcagua is definitely more than a hill. Standing at 6,962m above sea level, Cerro Aconcagua is the highest mountain outside the Himalayas. Lying on the border of Chile and Argentina, rising high on the Andes Mountain range, Cerro Aconcagua is not only famed as one of the icons of the appraised Seven Summits circuit but notorious for its tough terrains, presenting all types of challenges on ice, snow and rocks. It also has one of the most extreme and unpredictable weather patterns. Each season, climbers from all over the world attempt its summit with only 30% success rate. Climbers that had ended up in serious injuries and even death often underestimated Aconcagua. The extreme cold, stormy winds and altitude make this Cerro a serious undertaking. Those who wish to stand at its summit should have good climbing techniques, excellent fitness, considerable experience, and most importantly, a lot of enthusiasm, perseverance and a positive attitude.

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4D Mt Kinabalu Summit with Via Ferrata

Whether you are an individual looking to join a group or a private group wanting to scale Mt Kinabalu, as well as try out the world's highest "iron road", we have regular departures.
2D Bintan Mountain Bike Adventure

Once a month we hop onto a ferry and cross over to Bintan for an action-packed weekend of mountain biking adventure! Private group departure can be arranged too.

1D Malaysia GCS Trek

Panti, Berlumut, Datuk, Ophir... To expand the training ground for Group Conditioning Session (GCS), we now bring it across the causeway every 4th Saturday of the month.

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