Full-day Rock Climbing Adventure: Introductory Course for Outdoor Enthusiasts (for adults and children)
You don’t need to be in Switzerland to find amazing crags to climb! Hong Kong is home to more than 1,000 sports climbing routes, some of them only a stone throw away from the bustling city life. This full day introductory course will bring us to Cape Collinson - where you will climb on a fantastic rock surrounded by high cliffs and sea waves.
Anyone can climb! Climbing is a fun sport for people of all ages. If you and your family are up for an adventure, this is one event you wouldn’t want to miss!
We will be accompanied by experienced rock climbing guides. Climbing equipment such as helmets, harnesses and climbing shoes are included in the fee.
Meet at Chai Wan MTR Station, head up to Cape Collinson by taxi
Hike to climbing site
11:00 - 11:30
Demonstration of climbing and safety instructions
11:30 - 4.30pm
Climb on! Lunch break in between (bring your own lunch)
Pack up and hike back
Back at Chai Wan MTR
Date & Time:
Sunday, May 16, 2021 (in case of rain we need to reschedule)
Members: HKD 680/adult, HKD 580/child (under 12 years old)
(lunch and transfer are not included)
Please register via SAHK Website
Limited group size to comply with social distancing restrictions.
After successful registration, we will provide further details and payment instructions via email
May 3, 2021
Contact us with any further questions
Disclaimer: With my registration, I confirm that all participants I register have sufficient insurance coverage for the participation in this event. I understand and acknowledge that all participants I register assume all risks and hazard incidental for any injury or loss and all participants I register assume full responsibility and liability. All participants I register hereby acknowledge and waive, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless the Swiss Association of Hong Kong, its organisers, sponsors, supervisors, board members, committee members and other participants from any liability and responsibility.