Sport Climbing Level 1 Course (SCCL1)

Based on Singapore National Climbing Standards (SNCS)
-With Samie Vu, a certified Sports Climbing instructor and an aspiring alpinist

This course aims to give participants an enjoyable, safe and informative introduction to sport climbing. The course is designed for people with no prior knowledge of sport climbing. Participants will be introduced to: equipment, climbing techniques, checking procedures, belaying for top-roping and climbing calls. 

Date: 21 January 2017
Time: 9am-5pm with 1 hour lunch break
Venue: The Cliff@Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Course fee: $120 per person. Rental for all equipment (ropes, harnesses, belaying device, shoes), water, hot drink, lunch and snacks are covered under the course fee. Please make payment after adding this to cart. Your slot in the course is only confirmed after payment is received. 

*Children aged 13 and above welcomed to join.

Direct public buses*

  • 66, 178, 198, 335 (alight at Snow City stop)

MRT Train*

  • Alight at Jurong East Station on the East West Line and walk or transfer to Bus No. 335 or 66.
*10 mins walk from Jurong East Bus Interchange / MRT Station

    Driving

    • Exit from Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) Exit 14 from Changi Airport towards Tuas
    • Exit from Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) Exit 13 from Tuas towards Changi Airport
    • Exit from Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) Exit 31 from Changi Airport towards Tuas near Bukit Batok Flyover
    • Exit from Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) Exit 31 from Tuas towards Changi Airport near Bukit Batok Flyover

    Attire:

    • Trainers/Running Shoes and socks
      • The wall is configured for beginners, so trainers/running shoes would be sufficient.
      • Dry fit clothes with 3/4 bottoms (to protect your knees)
    • Please bring water bottle

    About Samie Vu:
    Samie Vu is a certified Sports Climbing instructor and an aspiring alpinist. As part of an alpinist team of 4, she is a non-professional climber pursuing her mountaineering aspirations whilst also holding full-time job in education research, she would like to demonstrate that mountaineering is not a pursuit (lifestyle) reserved for just the extremely fit and/or wealthy, but can be enjoyed by all, without breaking the bank. She hopes to publicize mountaineering to the public and inspire others to pursue their own dreams of mountain climbing.



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