WHAT'S HAPPENING?

In the spirit of friendly competition, Camp5 host a series of competitions throughout the year to inspire climbers to push their performance and redefine your personal best. You do not need to be a strong climber! Just be the strongest version of you, most of all, keep it fun!

CHECK OUT THESE EVENTS...

THE CRANK

ASPIRE TO BE THE BEST VERSION OF YOU!

Climbing is now an olympic event. Whether you have aspirations for a gold medal, or you just want to challenge your personal limits, the competitive arena is your opportunity to shine!

GET CRANKING

The Crank is a series of competitions in the Lead and Bouldering disciplines. Following the International Sport Climbing Federation’s (IFSC) competition rules closely, The Crank serves to fill the gap between local, small-scale competitions and full-scale international competitions hosted by IFSC. 

We also see The Crank as a valuable talent promotion and discovery tool. Providing a platform for current athletes to gain experience and showcase hidden talents in Malaysia.

The Official Camp5 Ranking (CRanking)

Competitors will attain points based on the strength of the attending field that increase their ranking points after each recognized competition. You view more information on The CRankings in the dropdown boxes below.

Registration for the Crank

Registration for The Crank 2023: Boulder competition will be announced here soon.

The CRanking - Scoring System

From 2022 onwards, participants of Camp5 Climbing Competitions will be assigned a ranking. In the not-too-distant future, the ranking will be used to differentiate pros from rookies as well as discover rising talents within our community. After competing in select Camp5 organized or endorsed competitions, athletes will be furnished with a CRanking based on their competition performance.

Key information about the CRanking

  • The CRanking is derived from the IFSC Field Factor method applied to World Athletes.
  • Athletes’ rankings will remain for 24 months after their latest competition.
  • Your ranking will affect the ranking of others who join Cranked Endorsed competitions within 24 months of your latest event.

How the ranking works

The ranking will begin in October 2022 at the Camp5 Crank Competition. The top 30 athletes in each discipline/gender shall be ranked based on their points, multiplied by a field factor of 0.60. This number was used first by IFSC in 1999 to create the first-world rankings as we know them.

 

The top 30 competitors in each discipline/gender will first be assigned points based on the following table:

 

RPointsRPointsRPoints
1.10011.3121.10
2.8012.2822.9
3.6513.2623.8
4.5514.2424.7
5.5115.2225.6
6.4716.2026.5
7.4317.1827.4
8.4018.1628.3
9.3719.1429.2
10.3420.1230.1

Fig. 1. Base Points assigned to athletes at the end of each competition

The above table shows that the athlete ranked #1 in the competition will be furnished with 100 points, while the athlete ranked #14 will be given 24 points.

Once these points have been designated, the field factor of the competition shall be applied. The athlete’s base points are multiplied by the field factor. In the case of 2022 The Crank competition, we shall be using 0.60. The following table illustrates the athletes’ points after the Field Factor is applied.

RPointsPoints after FF (0.60)
1.10060.00
2.8048.00
3.6539.00
4.5533.00
5.5130.60
6.4728.20
7.4325.80
8.4024.00
9.3722.20
10.3420.40
11.3118.60
12.2816.80
13.2615.60
14.2414.40
15.2213.20
16.2012.00
17.1810.80
18.169.60
19.148.40
20.127.20
21.106.00
22.95.40
23.84.80
24.74.20
25.63.60
26.53.00
27.42.40
28.31.80
29.21.20
30.10.60

Fig. 2.  Base points (column B), Field Factored points sent to the CRanking (column C).

The above table illustrates that the #1 ranked athlete now has 60.00 points, and the #14 athlete has 14.40 points. These points will now go towards their CRanking.

Following Competitions

Now that Malaysian Athletes have a base ranking, we are able to use this to create a field factor for the next competition. 

To create the Field Factor Number, we find out which of the top 30 ranked athletes are attending the upcoming competition (Competition 2). First, we apply the following points to these athletes and sum the total of all attending ranked athletes:

RPointsRPointsRPoints
1.11511.4621.25
2.9512.4322.24
3.8013.4123.23
4.7014.3924.22
5.6615.3725.21
6.6216.3526.20
7.5817.3327.19
8.5518.3128.18
9.5219.2929.17
10.4920.2730.16
TOTAL sum1268

Fig. 3. Illustration of points assigned to athletes for use in creating a field factor.

For example, if all athletes except #1, #2 and #3 are competing, we will sum the points of #4 – #30.

1268 – (115+95+80) = 978

We then divide this number by the total possible points (of the full field with #1, 2# & #3 competing).

978 / 1268 = 0.77 (the field factor is always rounded to the nearest 2 decimals)

Once the competition is completed, athletes are again assigned Base Points (according to fig.1) This new field factor (0.77) is now applied to the points obtained by athletes in the upcoming competition. 

RPointsPoints after FF (0.77)
1.10077.00
2.8061.60
3.6550.05
4.5542.35
5.5139.27
6.4736.19
7.4333.11
8.4030.80
9.3728.49
10.3426.18
11.3123.87
12.2821.56
13.2620.02
14.2418.48
15.2216.94
16.2015.40
17.1813.86
18.1612.32
19.1410.78
20.129.24
21.107.70
22.96.93
23.86.16
24.75.39
25.64.62
26.53.85
27.43.08
28.32.31
29.21.54
30.10.77

Fig. 4. Base Points for Competition 2 (column B), Field Factored points sent to the CRanking (column C).

The points allocated to the athlete after applying the Field Factor for all competitions are then added to the Athlete’s cumulative points in the last 24 months – The CRanking!

CRANK 2022 (FF0.60)Comp 2 (FF0.77)TOTAL POINTS
RankingPointsRankingPoints
Athlete A160.00Absent60
Athlete B230.60Absent31
Athlete C322.20Absent22
Athlete D448.00177.00125
Athlete E539.00442.3581
Athlete F633.00350.0583
Athlete G728.20261.6090
Athlete H825.80539.2765
Athlete I924.00830.8055
Athlete J1020.401026.1847
Athlete K1118.60236.1625
Athlete L1216.80636.1953
Athlete M1315.60928.4944
Athlete N1414.401320.0234
Athlete O1513.20733.1146
Athlete P1612.001713.8626
Athlete Q1710.801221.5632
Athlete R189.601123.8733
Athlete S198.401615.4024
Athlete T207.201516.9424
Athlete U216.001418.4824
Athlete V225.401812.3218
Athlete W234.801910.7816
Athlete X244.20217.7012
Athlete Y253.60209.2413
Athlete Z263.00226.9310

Fig. 5. The Cranking based on The Crank Competition Points.

 

The table above shows the Athletes ranked based on their rankings prior to Competition 2. The following table illustrates the actual CRankings after the points from the Competition 2 have been summed and the total points have been ranked.

CRANK 2022 (FF0.60)Comp 2 (FF0.77)TOTAL POINTS
RankingPointsRankingPoints
Athlete D448.00177.00125
Athlete G728.20261.6090
Athlete F633.00350.0583
Athlete E539.00442.3581
Athlete H825.80539.2765
Athlete A160.00Absent60
Athlete I924.00830.8055
Athlete L1216.80636.1953
Athlete J1020.401026.1847
Athlete O1513.20733.1146
Athlete M1315.60928.4944
Athlete N1414.401320.0234
Athlete R189.601123.8733
Athlete Q1710.801221.5632
Athlete B230.60Absent31
Athlete P1612.001713.8626
Athlete K1118.60236.1625
Athlete U216.001418.4824
Athlete T207.201516.9424
Athlete S198.401615.4024
Athlete C322.20Absent22
Athlete V225.401812.3218
Athlete W234.801910.7816
Athlete Y253.60209.2413
Athlete X244.20217.7012
Athlete Z263.00226.9310

Fig. 6. The Cranking is based on overall points (from The Crank comp and from Competition 2).

 

Due to the low Field Factor in The Crank Competition, the athlete’s points in this competition do not have such a high impact as the competitors’ points in Competition 2. It’s important for athletes to maintain regular attendance to competitions to remain ranked highly on the CRanking.

Why we do this?

We cannot just base the CRanking solely on points attained as this does not take into account how difficult the competition was. For example, if you won in a competition that none of the strongest climbers participated in, this wouldn’t be the same as winning a competition that all of the strongest climbers were attending.

Camp5 reserves the right to amend any of the processes outlined in this document. 

References:

https://www.ifsc-climbing.org/images/World_Competitions/IFSC_Worldranking.pdf

https://cdn.ifsc-climbing.org/images/World_Competitions/CUWR_Implementation.pdf

https://www.thebmc.co.uk/modules/athlete-ranking/resources/2019%20BMC%20National%20Ranking%20System%20Youth%20and%20Junior%20-%20Research%20and%20Methodology.pdf

https://cdn.ifsc-climbing.org/images/World_Competitions/210401_WorldRanking_WorkingGroup.pdf

THE BATTLE SERIES

Consisting of the Battle of the Boulders (BOTB) and War of the Walls (WOTW) the Battle Series is a community focus program of competitions. Both competitions run on an honesty-based, self-scored basis for a period of 4-6 weeks.

Rankings are released each week, and an overall ranking is released at the end of the 4 or 6 weeks event. Traditionally each Camp5 Outlet holds either one BOTB or WOTW per year. 

No registration is required for any of the Battle Series events. Simply check-in to any gym during the event period to collect your free scorecard!

BOTB UTROPOLIS

19-39 Male

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
#NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Ayman Firas97001955019400195501965019550148000
2Sebastian Wong0006900367002013600
3Jimmy Shahrul Hisham00950277502008700
4Jia Yang00069003006900
5Adrin Danial00002500302500
6Raja Omar00001900401900

13-17 Male

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Ku Muhamad Faridhwan97001950049650196501965019650148300
2Ghalib Mohd Azimi94502955019550296501945039500247700
3Christopher Hew9350395501935048500594503046200
4Muhamad Nurjafni92005860058400676501207750441600
5Leon Chan7550138550677007855038600575001040950
6Desmond Lim590031780087600877506955027550840250
7Low Teck Kuan6800178550667502077009780098500339350
8Belmain Chee520041765013750014855038600568001539100
9Ahmad Zulfikri835087650137600868002177001452504038100
10Jeremy Ho75501377001006900137750117650637550
11Andy Dharmawan670022765013760087700977001467001737350
12Daryl Lim67002275002168001708400875001036900
13Najjar Abdullah82501067003366502468002176501975001036900
14Wong Junjie675020052505477009855077550835800
15Ng Ian44509768002668001768002176002475001035500
16Mohd Saiful Farhan Tahir59003174502359502967502776002475001035250
17Samuel Tong67002268002669001568501576002460002834850
18Andrew SJ Goh45007567502867002367502776002467501634550
19David Ning59003165004267502067003377001467001734350
20Yu wai Ho51504367502868001768002176002459503233900
21Andy Chan51504367003359502968501576002467001733800
22Chan Xiu Huin74501566004067502059504868004352504033550
23Amirul Thaqif60002860504359502969001377501167001733400
24William Choo59003166004059004167003375003967001733400
25Muhammad Arham52004176001652006007750117600733350
26Kok Kean Shern67502076001648007059504876501930010532750
27Chan Ee Rick51006358504959502967003375003967001732700
28Matthew Tong51504358005459502966004076501959503231950
29Benjamin Yap51006358005458504767502775503660002831950
30Ivan Wong51504346007358004967502776002466002731900
31Tian Xiang Leong058504959004166503767504566502631800
32David Chow51006357505959004165504276002459503231750
33Mah Alan450075675028600026660040765019031500
34Muhammad Ishak Muhammad Ibrahim50507058005457505266503774004258503831450
35Nik Zulharis Nik Fuad510063600046595029675027760024031400
36Zulhaiqal Zulkifli51504358005459502959504867504567001731150
37Stevan Giano51504358504959502967003368004358003931100
38Colin Cheong515043585049060004576002451505429750
39Chang Ching Yet440010957505959502958005367005052004729400
40Ong Lit Dian44509751506758004953005676002452004729050
41Wong Soon Ming830097700106000266850150028850
42Abdul Hadi445097605043052505775503652504028550
43Ameer Aiman44509759504752006052006167005052004728250
44Muhamad Rusdi Ibrahim590031670033077506770014028050
45Terence Lau51504343508552505457005467504551505428000
46John Ng057505952006060004559006151505428000
47Xiong Ie Chew515043510069580049510066660054027750
48Ignatius Nathan51504356506450506739007866005452504027700
49Aaron De Silva450075595047595029600045052504027650
50Hong Gin Koh4400109510069525054067504551005926600
51Chee Wai590031060002668501578009026550
52Kang Chin Hooi45007551006951506344007267005051005926550
53Gabriel Lee44509738509251006552006167504549506626450
54Mok Tek Shern5950297500216850160060002826300
55Danial Johan6650266650395900416800210026000
56Zhau Ming Gan5900316750280075003952504025400
57Andre Tew4400109570063525054510066044507024900
58Zhou Hyn51504346007338008243507451506350506124300
59Azizan Wazir5900316050434600710765019024200
60Muhammad Faisal450075450080450072510066051505423750
61Kok Jia Yunn855077600167600800023750
62Nadree Omar4500757600160075503639007523550
63Er Hao Yi4500750052505777001460002823450
64David Lim077509755013775060023050
65Brandon Kua Chye Nien045507630509451006651506350506122900
66Terence Chu430012043008743008037508049006649506622750
67Billy Seah32001346700335950296850150022700
68Nicholas Lim5100630043507460005752504020700
69Matthew Khoo44001095850495100655200610020550
70Azeem Faizal3650130400089365085042007250506120550
71Jay Shen Chew4350118315010143507932508436507444507020050
72Benjamin Low5050705800543800825200610019850
73Bryan Chia4450973150101365085440072038007819450
74Ewe Jin Lee0025509951506559505850506118700
75Reuben Yong37001283150101037508044006931008718100
76Yap Kean Hwa51504367502860502500017950
77Fabian Seet Meng Guan3150137300011530509443007713009238507717350
78Wai Chong44509700675027059503217150
79Mohd Ameerul Haziq3100143250012230009626509144506837507916950
80Mohd Faiz Ridzwan92005770010000016900
81Ryan Lee2000151310011038008237508027008329509316300
82Jerry Cheong77001107600800015300
83Lee Leong Wee03100110320089370083495065014950
84Aveen Ambi51504345008051506300014800
85Yik Soon Lee38001231100130200010121009331007637008114700
86Benjamin Lim45007527001183650850037008114550
87Muhammad Aimran770011685025000014550
88Azwan Zainal690016755020000014450
89Chan Weng Nin67002200007700514400
90Yong Eu Gene52503945507644007600014200
91Ernest How03750930059505845006814200
92Matthew Nathan Lee0200012429509730008730507930509114050
93Naeman Ahmed Shariff3150137200012426009820009530507929509313750
94Shawn Lim000680021067001713500
95Richard Chan35501330029508837507331008713350
96Julian Chong45007545507600042507413300
97Shakir Abdul Razak59502969002403001040013150
98Wong Spencer067003358504700012550
99Scott Mosinoh000066005459503212550
100Jonathan Tan057505906650370012400
101Ivan Lim4400109315010144007600011950
102Ku Ji Khang45007500295088450067011950
103Tung Chee Chung515043000067001711850
104Justin Chua000525057595058011200
105Tung Chee Weng515043000059503211100
106Hong Chia Yang051506759502900011100
107Chan Chun King445097265012003900780011000
108Christopher Fam02150123026509130507931008710950
109Chee Hao Low3150137001600962000883100879850
110Koh Jerome45007500005200479700
111Wee Kay Hao440010900005200479600
112Norhafizi Ishak09550100009550
113Gerard Verosil00955020009550
114Ng Aaron00500069455071009550
115Muhamad Zahin92504000009250
116Ong Heyang45007545507600009050
117Wong Hong Peng440010946007300009000
118Daryl Ho03750930005200478950
119Joe Meng Chee44509744508400008900
120Mohamad Asyrul45007500435074008850
121Brandon Lee50007337509300008750
122Jason Lim00850050008500
123Calvin Chong Kai Jun440010939509000008350
124Benjamin Chua430012037509300008050
125Russel Sim380012339009100007700
126Ng Jing Cheng45007503150900007650
127Naqib Shamsuri445097320010000007650
128Pradesh Raj031501014500720007650
129Alex Hew000076002407600
130Justin Chong4400109315010100007550
131Ahmad Mizan00031508543507007500
132Zahier Asyraf00004350703150857500
133Chuan Yeh Vin210015000031007620501007250
134Foo Jia Jun4300120270011800007000
135Lim Kahseng315013700003700816850
136Jason Mek000685015006850
137Lee Eugene365013000003150856800
138Matthew Lee680017000006800
139Muzaffarshah Ismail680017000006800
140Wei Kuang Tan067003300006700
141Eric Lian000066505306650
142Jayden Tan655027000006550
143Wong Hui Vern03300993100930006400
144Jian Lin Loh320013403150900006350
145Yusuf Rayney000605043006050
146Syed Hanif000605043006050
147Chin Guo Yao00150010720509402450986000
148Ewing Tan000595048005950
149Lim Ian005900410005900
150Muhammad Muqri Mohd Nazrin005900410005900
151Foong Chung Seng000059006105900
152Da Hui Too000585052005850
153Chan Wah Biao005750520005750
154Len Jhern Jet310014300002550955650
155Thean Li Shen2550147295011600005500
156Chin Wei Sheng000540055005400
157Shaiful Azhar Talib053006500005300
158Jayden Gan053006500005300
159Che Wan Muhammad Amiradzim525039000005250
160Zaher Zaini000525057005250
161Kevin Lau Kiat Soon005250540005250
162Yuan Zhe Aw005250540005250
163Ong Yee Fan000005200475200
164Aaron Yue Tian515043000005150
165Ng Jun Cheh515043000005150
166Zhi Yong Lee515043000005150
167Tan Vern Ken515043000005150
168Bryan Chee Tian Chung515043000005150
169Vinod Ganesan036509815001070005150
170Zach Hor000005150545150
171Muhammad Aiman Al-Azim510063000005100
172Keat Hau Chen510063000005100
173Brendan Teo Ming Zhen505070000005050
174Heng Teck Yung020001240305086005050
175Hans Lim005050670005050
176Eu Joe Chegne00002500842550955050
177Ong Hun Lee000005050615050
178Andrew Ng500073000005000
179Naufal Ali050007200005000
180Tam Tong Hong000460070004600
181Naqib Abd Razak450075000004500
182Marcus Nian Chan450075000004500
183Lee Ewing450075000004500
184Mahendra Poedjono450075000004500
185Ng Peng Feng450075000004500
186Eric Lim450075000004500
187Leon Hui450075000004500
188Chia Yang Hong450075000004500
189Derick Chu045008000004500
190Muhammad Afiq045008000004500
191Stuart Ang004500720004500
192Hazriq Johan000004500684500
193Kaine Wright445097000004450
194Daniel Wei Zheng445097000004450
195Tan Yu Zheng004450750004450
196Hooi Michael004400760004400
197Alex Au Yang4350118000004350
198Ho Wing Kinn043508500004350
199Eugene Kok000004350724350
200Wei Chung Leong043008700004300
201Lee Sheng Hao000004300734300
202Khoo Kay Cher0000300963900754200
203Adrian Lee Ming Han003900810003900
204Kenneth Ong3800123000003800
205Chu Yee Gan3800123000003800
206Bernard Lee3800123000003800
207Tan Wei Han037509300003750
208Ethan Lee000003750793750
209Junn Yew Ho3700128000003700
210Johny Jiaw3650130000003650
211Radzhi Bahrin000003600843600
212Boon Hua Lim003550880003550
213Alfred Lim3200134000003200
214Adrian Ng3150137000003150
215Zed Yap3150137000003150
216Justin Lim0315010100003150
217Urval Patel0315010100003150
218Cheng Kai Sheng0315010100003150
219Joel Lee003150900003150
220Chen Sheng Kai000031507503150
221Muhammad Syazwan3100143000003100
222Jeremy Ong0310011000003100
223Qiqian Leong0310011000003100
224Aaron Tan000031007603100
225Tan Guo Xiang2000151105013100003050
226Chun Hong Ching0305011400003050
227Joel Wong000030507903050
228Hezran Johan000003000923000
229Hoe Yin Lee0295011600002950
230En Rui Wong000290090002900
231Nur Amin0265012000002650
232Ken Woo2600146000002600
233Ronnie Liew000002550952550
234Simon Tan000025008402500
235Lee Qing Rong000025008402500
236Villi Geow0024501000002450
237Ho Youliang2400148000002400
238Emran Tarek Sayed000024008702400
239Mohamad Shamin2300149000002300
240Gerard Lee030013300020001012300
241Zicky Chan000002300992300
242Sean Yang Jie2000151000002000
243Bryan Tok2000151000002000
244Brandon Pang2000151000002000
245Nicklaus Oh2000151000002000
246Sean Ho2000151000002000
247Lin Min Htet0020001010002000
248See Wei Yang0020001010002000
249Hassan Sahibudeen0000020001012000
250Louis Chim1950158000001950
251Nidal Bencheikh0019501040001950
252Eugene Lin000019508901950
253Junyi Lim1900159000001900
254Fahmi Abe Rahman1800160000001800
255David Ngeow0017501050001750
256Tan You Xiang0000016501031650
257Teh Kirk Yung0016001060001600
258Adam Ahmad00013009803001051600
259Ng Reece Anthony0155012700001550
260Yoong Jian0155012700001550
261Jin Min Joon000155097001550
262Ray Gan Ong1500161000001500
263Law Chii Yuen0015001070001500
264Lam Zi Jian000015009001500
265Lee Kok Tong0145012900001450
266Chen Yi Song002501110011501041400
267Yee Boon Kit000014009101400
268Lee Wing Ze000130098001300
269Jern Wei Phang000011509301150
270Julian Lam0001050100001050
271Wae Hin Mak0001050100001050
272Ivan Oh000010509401050
273Yih Min Kong000010509401050
274Brandon Hew65016200000650
275Hong Teoh Rui65016200000650
276Wen Xiang Liaw00065010200650
277See Choy Yoong05501320000550
278Phui Sian Lee00400110000400
279Ang Zhen Feng00035010300350
280Abdul Fattah Ismail30016400000300
281Jeremy Ng03001330000300

40+ Male

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Ronnie Yeoh76002845018350185501865027700141700
2Fang Liang Lim82501840026050477502955017650241600
3Aaron Ramirez59004760046050469003770036900335150
4Ewan Yuen Hoe Liaw51506585075900660005680045250429800
5Ian Teh680036750567502690030027200
6Muhammad Akmal53505595065900600017200
7Guilhem Piquemal0765036500300014150
8Nizam Sandy0039508068004010750
9Leonard Khoo315072550800005700
10Prakash Bisuvalinggam260092450900005050
11Johann Lim000160061600603200
12Joshua Jit Wei31507000003150
13Khairudin Haja00315090003150
14JC Tenh00000140051400

BOTB UTROPOLIS

13-17 Female

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Shareen Nasran52501670016700169001675016700133750
2Shania Wong5150258502515035900267002028750
3Cally Parker00525025900259503017100

18-39 Female

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Nadira Rusli59003590055950468504755027500133750
2Melanie Hwa Sheh Ping59502595046000369002760016700233150
3Lau Ann Nee45007600036700269002680066650533050
4Esther Tan6700168001595040670076700232850
5Tobee Yip Hui Teng51505605025900766505755025850832000
6Celine Ong52504590055250852007685056700229950
7Lim Poh Yeng4450175150850501550501158501051001226200
8Anis Jilid45007440015510014600065950844002325950
9Yeei Yarn Thong0485095050155100958001150501425850
10Ding Li Sim380032445013525084400155800115150925050
11Sylvia Wong43502838501649501743002252501350501423900
12Mun Cheng Cheah44002038501643502144001551501550501423350
13Wong Eunice #10059504315029750046650523250
14Jean Yong Pek Yi38003238501649501744501351501545002122900
15Li Ann Tan445017375021044001552501338502621700
16Brenda Lim45007385016380023051001743502521600
17Ju-Anne Chai43003036502736502730503150501849001921550
18Deanna Halim4500731502902750335900950501421350
19Sheryl Yang37004232002832502937502549501948502020500
20Chan Munchy370042375021360028360027038502618500
21Abigail Sua Jee Qian4400203750214550190051001217800
22Wei Li Ng370042305036260034430022370024017350
23Su Ean Kok4350283750213800234400150016300
24Charmaine Lai51505005100905150915400
25Wong Mei Yin3750393150293750253750250014400
26Jennifer Wah44002045501151501200014100
27Nor Ain Muhamad Nor00515012445013044002314000
28Kar Key Cheo31504930503626003426003525502725503513950
29Sam Fam315049245043200042265034031503113400
30Feather Fellows44501744501300034503012350
31Joyce Chin375039115051305032019503123503912250
32Tan Rachel38003200043502138502612000
33Leanne Tan010505232003131003015003531503112000
34Grace Pang0290039024503630502631003311500
35Chew Yeching3700425200725503800011450
36Song Yee Jia38003231003404350200011250
37Carmen Tan250057295038200042105043025503511050
38Charmaine Ang00520011515080010350
39Lai Pui Man Ashley44002020504500037502910200
40Ho Wan Ting37503937502125003900010000
41Amirah Najehah2000601050522100411400422450291950419900
42Farhana Azman0052508450012009750
43Amanda Cheah0000455020515099700
44Janice Lim00044001505050149450
45Mei Ng315049245043150047195038009050
46Min Ming Chin4500745001200009000
47Ang Chiew Teng44002000004450228850
48Libby Lee Mun Yi38003246001000008400
49Ong Jiaqiang3050551650480036502508350
50Evanthe Ooi4500738002000008300
51Woo Yen Leng4500702650333004830040300478050
52Renee Tan Sui Lin00078501007850
53Sarah Harder44002031502900007550
54Kelly Yap00043502003100337450
55Lee Janelle37004231502900006850
56Joelle Cheah00680010006800
57Chun Mi Shie31504903250290006400
58Jing Ying Chen00000590075900
59Siti Maisarah Ishak1950661050523005110504301050455400
60Ke Li Tan02500422600340005100
61Rachel Chin37004210505200004750
62Lee Karmen2000601650480010003604650
63Yu Yin Chiew45007000004500
64Hui Yi Wong25505619504600004500
65Rubes Leong45007000004500
66Chaimaine Ang45007000004500
67Rachel Lim004500200004500
68Cheah Ka Wye440020000004400
69Anis Al Bahri Sahbana440020000004400
70Soon Ning Enn000430022004300
71Eve Chang004250220004250
72Zi Qing Chan20006001950460003950
73Carolynn Kwan390031000003900
74Jamie Hendricks380032000003800
75Jun Lim380032000003800
76Ashley Toh000038002203800
77Koh Wei Yan000038002203800
78Zhen Yein See037502100003750
79Jia Hui Lee370042000003700
80Fatin Zaki003700260003700
81Diane Goon00016003919503103550
82Ernie Mastika00020003701500423500
83Maryam Fauzi000325028003250
84Cheah Kayiee315049000003150
85Rachel Marr315049000003150
86Ling Ling Tham031502900003150
87Gan Rainie031003400003100
88Cheryl Lau000305031003050
89Beverly Yap150070040050105043002950
90Celina Wee11007300155040002650
91Yan Yap026004000002600
92Wai Lynn Kok002600340002600
93Rachel Liew025504100002550
94Sylvia Teoh000025502702550
95Rina Tan000002550352550
96Celine Ting250057000002500
97Afizah Khaidir002500390002500
98Vivian Lee000002450382450
99Arielle Lyssa Yong000022503002250
100Jing Jing Lee205059000002050
101Chua Yi Teng000002050402050
102Daphne Khoo200060000002000
103Manpreet Raur200060000002000
104Angie Lee200060000002000
105Mary Ling002000420002000
106Thung Xuan Lim002000420002000
107Wun Ern Tsyr195066000001950
108Janessa Chia195066000001950
109Tan Min Hui000019503101950
110May Tang190069000001900
111Ashley Teoh019004700001900
112Yee Voon Khaw000019003401900
113Chia Weai Ooi150070000001500
114Wong Eunice #2015005000001500
115Joo Ern Ng000150041001500
116Zhen Min Foo000001500421500
117Tan Lian Li145072000001450
118Amelia Wong110073000001100
119Olivia Khik000001100441100
120Hui Ching Chiang010505200001050
121Lee Yan Kuen010505200001050
122Benita Lee010505200001050
123Lynette Ho010505200001050
124Meredith Lok010505200001050
125Chiew Cae-Li010505200001050
126Chai Chiah Syin010505200001050
127Christy Goh001050480001050
128Yap Joanne000105043001050
129Siu Mei Koh000001050451050
130Eileen Chien Yng100075000001000
131Flora Ngah Earn Low0000950370950
132Aisha Sophielea Suhaimi7507600000750
133Anna Tan0075049000750
134Azureen Bujang6507700000650
135Samantha Heung0006504700650
136YeanYean Tan0000650380650
137Sheryl Goh0000650380650
138Shay Quah3007800000300
139Tan Yu Yen0300630000300
140Ashley Ariana0300630000300
141Ang Sin Ling0003004800300
142Shareen Tea0000300400300

40+ Female

Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6
NameScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingScoreRankingTOTAL
1Nadira Rusli59003590055950468504755027500133750
2Melanie Hwa Sheh Ping59502595046000369002760016700233150
3Lau Ann Nee45007600036700269002680066650533050
4Esther Tan6700168001595040670076700232850
5Tobee Yip Hui Teng51505605025900766505755025850832000
6Celine Ong52504590055250852007685056700229950
7Lim Poh Yeng4450175150850501550501158501051001226200
8Anis Jilid45007440015510014600065950844002325950
9Yeei Yarn Thong0485095050155100958001150501425850
10Ding Li Sim380032445013525084400155800115150925050
11Sylvia Wong43502838501649501743002252501350501423900
12Mun Cheng Cheah44002038501643502144001551501550501423350
13Wong Eunice #10059504315029750046650523250
14Jean Yong Pek Yi38003238501649501744501351501545002122900
15Li Ann Tan445017375021044001552501338502621700
16Brenda Lim45007385016380023051001743502521600
17Ju-Anne Chai43003036502736502730503150501849001921550
18Deanna Halim4500731502902750335900950501421350
19Sheryl Yang37004232002832502937502549501948502020500
20Chan Munchy370042375021360028360027038502618500
21Abigail Sua Jee Qian4400203750214550190051001217800
22Wei Li Ng370042305036260034430022370024017350
23Su Ean Kok4350283750213800234400150016300
24Charmaine Lai51505005100905150915400
25Wong Mei Yin3750393150293750253750250014400
26Jennifer Wah44002045501151501200014100
27Nor Ain Muhamad Nor00515012445013044002314000
28Kar Key Cheo31504930503626003426003525502725503513950
29Sam Fam315049245043200042265034031503113400
30Feather Fellows44501744501300034503012350
31Joyce Chin375039115051305032019503123503912250
32Tan Rachel38003200043502138502612000
33Leanne Tan010505232003131003015003531503112000
34Grace Pang0290039024503630502631003311500
35Chew Yeching3700425200725503800011450
36Song Yee Jia38003231003404350200011250
37Carmen Tan250057295038200042105043025503511050
38Charmaine Ang00520011515080010350
39Lai Pui Man Ashley44002020504500037502910200
40Ho Wan Ting37503937502125003900010000
41Amirah Najehah2000601050522100411400422450291950419900
42Farhana Azman0052508450012009750
43Amanda Cheah0000455020515099700
44Janice Lim00044001505050149450
45Mei Ng315049245043150047195038009050
46Min Ming Chin4500745001200009000
47Ang Chiew Teng44002000004450228850
48Libby Lee Mun Yi38003246001000008400
49Ong Jiaqiang3050551650480036502508350
50Evanthe Ooi4500738002000008300
51Woo Yen Leng4500702650333004830040300478050
52Renee Tan Sui Lin00078501007850
53Sarah Harder44002031502900007550
54Kelly Yap00043502003100337450
55Lee Janelle37004231502900006850
56Joelle Cheah00680010006800
57Chun Mi Shie31504903250290006400
58Jing Ying Chen00000590075900
59Siti Maisarah Ishak1950661050523005110504301050455400
60Ke Li Tan02500422600340005100
61Rachel Chin37004210505200004750
62Lee Karmen2000601650480010003604650
63Yu Yin Chiew45007000004500
64Hui Yi Wong25505619504600004500
65Rubes Leong45007000004500
66Chaimaine Ang45007000004500
67Rachel Lim004500200004500
68Cheah Ka Wye440020000004400
69Anis Al Bahri Sahbana440020000004400
70Soon Ning Enn000430022004300
71Eve Chang004250220004250
72Zi Qing Chan20006001950460003950
73Carolynn Kwan390031000003900
74Jamie Hendricks380032000003800
75Jun Lim380032000003800
76Ashley Toh000038002203800
77Koh Wei Yan000038002203800
78Zhen Yein See037502100003750
79Jia Hui Lee370042000003700
80Fatin Zaki003700260003700
81Diane Goon00016003919503103550
82Ernie Mastika00020003701500423500
83Maryam Fauzi000325028003250
84Cheah Kayiee315049000003150
85Rachel Marr315049000003150
86Ling Ling Tham031502900003150
87Gan Rainie031003400003100
88Cheryl Lau000305031003050
89Beverly Yap150070040050105043002950
90Celina Wee11007300155040002650
91Yan Yap026004000002600
92Wai Lynn Kok002600340002600
93Rachel Liew025504100002550
94Sylvia Teoh000025502702550
95Rina Tan000002550352550
96Celine Ting250057000002500
97Afizah Khaidir002500390002500
98Vivian Lee000002450382450
99Arielle Lyssa Yong000022503002250
100Jing Jing Lee205059000002050
101Chua Yi Teng000002050402050
102Daphne Khoo200060000002000
103Manpreet Raur200060000002000
104Angie Lee200060000002000
105Mary Ling002000420002000
106Thung Xuan Lim002000420002000
107Wun Ern Tsyr195066000001950
108Janessa Chia195066000001950
109Tan Min Hui000019503101950
110May Tang190069000001900
111Ashley Teoh019004700001900
112Yee Voon Khaw000019003401900
113Chia Weai Ooi150070000001500
114Wong Eunice #2015005000001500
115Joo Ern Ng000150041001500
116Zhen Min Foo000001500421500
117Tan Lian Li145072000001450
118Amelia Wong110073000001100
119Olivia Khik000001100441100
120Hui Ching Chiang010505200001050
121Lee Yan Kuen010505200001050
122Benita Lee010505200001050
123Lynette Ho010505200001050
124Meredith Lok010505200001050
125Chiew Cae-Li010505200001050
126Chai Chiah Syin010505200001050
127Christy Goh001050480001050
128Yap Joanne000105043001050
129Siu Mei Koh000001050451050
130Eileen Chien Yng100075000001000
131Flora Ngah Earn Low0000950370950
132Aisha Sophielea Suhaimi7507600000750
133Anna Tan0075049000750
134Azureen Bujang6507700000650
135Samantha Heung0006504700650
136YeanYean Tan0000650380650
137Sheryl Goh0000650380650
138Shay Quah3007800000300
139Tan Yu Yen0300630000300
140Ashley Ariana0300630000300
141Ang Sin Ling0003004800300
142Shareen Tea0000300400300

2023 Battle Schedule

Be sure to mark the following months in your new year calendar.

  • January – BOTB Eco City
  • April – WOTW Jumpa
  • July – BOTB Utropolis & Paradigm
  • October – WOTW 1 Utama

Are you battle-ready!

About the Competition

  1. This competition takes the format of a “League Ladder”, consisting of a series of 6 weekly rounds. At the end of each round scores will be tallied and added to the overall ranking.
  2. Competitors can join the competition at any stage of the 6 rounds and participate in any or all 6 rounds; the final ranking will be based on the top 5 scoring rounds.
  3. Each week 15 new problems will be set each week.
  4. Scorecards for each round will be released on the “Route Setting Day” evening – 6pm.
  5. Competitors will have an absolute ‘minimum of 5 days’  to attempt to ‘TOP’ as many of the problems as they can.
  6. The scorecards must be handed into Camp5 Reception before the next round of setting begins (time and date announced on the scorecard itself). A strict deadline will be enforced. Late submission of scorecards will not be counted. For this reason, it is recommended that competitors leave their scorecards with Camp5 staff at reception and not remove them from the premises.
  7. Points are awarded for each problem completed. The point value will be displayed on the scorecards. The harder the problem, the higher the points. The more problems you complete, the higher your score.
  8. Extra points are awarded for:
    1. Flashes – a successful climb made on the first attempt. Once both feet have left the ground the climber must finish the problem.
    2. “Second go’s” – a successful climb made on the second attempt.
  9. Points will be tallied at the end of each week and overall rankings released via our social media.
  10. Any week without a scorecard handed in will be counted as 0 points.

Competitor Categories

The competitors’ category will be determined by their age on the date of registration.

MALE

  • 13-17 years
  • 18 – 39 years 
  • 40+ years

FEMALE

  • 13-17 years
  • 18 – 39 years 
  • 40+ years

Weekly Prizes

Prizes will be awarded to the highest-scoring weekly competitor in each of the above categories.

THE MOST AVERAGE WARRIOR AWARD is given out to the competitor whose weekly score is the closest score to the average in either, all the MALE categories combined or FEMALE categories combined. Competitors must have competed in at least 50% of the weeks/rounds to be eligible for this award.

Overall Prizes

1st, 2nd and 3rd overall competitors of each category will be awarded with prizes after the 6 weeks are complete.

Competition Rules

The following rules are set to ensure a fair and fun competition for all.

General

Competitors will be expected to act in a sporting manner throughout the competition and to abide by the rules of the competition as outlined below

Scoring

  1. Each competitor will receive a weekly scorecard
  2. Competitors score themselves throughout the Climbing Ladder. 
  3. Each route has a designated score, points are then added to this score based on how many attempts it takes the competitor to complete.
  4. To gain the points for the boulder problem, a legitimate attempt must be made to the TOP hold – which must be held in control with 2 hands for 3 seconds. 
  5. Scorecards should be handed in to the gym staff at the end of each day.
    1. Lost scorecards cannot be replaced.
  6. Scores are totaled at the end of each day.
  7. Competitors can return at any time during the week to attempt to complete more routes.

Attempts

  1. Competitors must start on the designated start holds – feet may start on any of the route’s holds.
  2. An attempt officially starts when all four limbs of the competitor are off the ground while touching any of the boulder problem’s holds.
  3. An attempt ENDS but is counted when any of the following occur:
    1. If the competitor holds the TOP hold with two hands in control.
    2. When the competitor touches the mats at any time after starting the problem.
    3. If a competitor uses another hold or feature not available for that problem.
    4. If a competitor uses the top of the wall before holding the TOP hold in control.
    5. If a competitor is aided in any other way to climb further to the TOP hold.
  4. An attempt finished but is not counted when a competitor is unable to reach the top due to a technical incident such as:
    1. A hold spins or breaks.
    2. There’s blood on a hold that needs to be cleaned.
    3. Any other reason that a competitor may not be able to complete the climb that is out of their control.
  5. Technical incidents must be reported to Camp5 staff immediately. 

Concerns of foul play

  1. Foul play is determined as something that affects the ranking of competitors outside of the rules stated above. Examples of this may be, though not limited to:
    1. Unnecessarily interrupting someone’s attempt at a problem.
    2. Putting false information on a scorecard
    3. Negative behaviour to other competitors or Camp5 staff.
  2. If there is suspicion of foul play from one competitor regarding another; a formal complaint should be filed through Camp5 staff and the incident will be investigated.
  3. If Camp5 staff suspect foul play has been committed, then an investigation will follow. 
  4. If competitors are deemed as committing foul play, they will be disqualified from the competition. 

A reminder on the importance of being honest

Please remember that we are all part of the climbing community. If one person were to not be honest in regard to their scores, other members of our community will be missing out. Please also remember that the only legitimate way to get better scores than you’re already capable of is to climb and train more!

About the Competition

  1. This competition takes the format of a “League Ladder”, consisting of a series of 4 weekly rounds. At the end of each round scores will be tallied and added to the overall ranking.
  2. Competitors can join the competition at any stage of the 4 rounds and participate in any or all 4 rounds; the final ranking will be based on the top 4 scoring rounds.
  3. Each week 15 new routes will be set Tuesday.
  4. Scorecards for each round will be released on Tuesday evening, 6pm.
  5. Competitors will have an absolute ‘minimum of 5 days’  to attempt to ‘TOP’ as many of the problems as they can.
  6. The scorecards must be handed into Camp5 Reception by following Monday 9:45PM (before the next round’s setting begins). A strict deadline will be enforced. Late submission of scorecards will not be counted. For this reason, it is recommended that competitors leave their scorecards with Camp5 staff at reception and not remove them from the premises.
  7. Points are awarded for each route completed. The point value will be displayed on the scorecards. The harder the problem, the higher the points. The more problems you complete, the higher your score.
  8. Extra points are awarded for:
    1. Flashes – a successful climb made on the first attempt. Once both feet have left the ground the climber must finish the problem.
    2. “Second go’s” – a successful climb made on the second attempt.
  9. Points will be tallied at the end of each week and overall rankings released via our social media.
  10. Competitor’s 3 highest scoring rounds will determine their final ranking score and will ultimately determine the competitors who will go through to the Grand Final!
  11. Any week without a scorecard handed in will be counted as 0 points.

Competitor Categories

The competitors’ category will be determined by their age on the date of registration.

MALE

  • 13-17 years
  • 18 – 39 years 
  • 40+ years

FEMALE

  • 13-17 years
  • 18 – 39 years 
  • 40+ years

Weekly Prizes

Prizes will be awarded to the highest-scoring weekly competitor in each of the above categories. 

THE MOST AVERAGE WARRIOR AWARD.
The competitor whose weekly score is the closest score to the average in either, all the MALE categories combined or FEMALE categories combined will receive the most average warrior award. Competitors must have competed in at least 50% of the weeks/rounds to be eligible for this award. If the competitor has already ranked highest scorer in a previous week, the prize will automatically be handed down to the next highest scorer.

Overall Prizes

1st, 2nd and 3rd overall competitors of each category will be awarded with prizes after the 6 weeks are complete.

Competition Rules

The following rules are set to ensure a fair and fun competition for all.

General

Competitors will be expected to act in a sporting manner throughout the competition and to abide by the rules of the competition as outlined below

Scoring

  1. Each competitor will receive a weekly scorecard
  2. Competitors score themselves throughout the competition. 
  3. Each route has a designated score, points are then added to this score based on how many attempts it takes the competitor to complete.
  4. To gain the points for the route, a legitimate attempt must be made to the TOP hold – which must be held in control with 2 hands for 3 seconds. 
  5. Scorecards should be handed in to the gym staff at the end of each day.
    1. Lost scorecards cannot be replaced.
  6. Scores are totaled at the end of each day.
  7. Competitors can return at any time during the week to attempt to complete more routes.

Attempts

  1. Competitors can start on any of the route’s holds..
  2. An attempt officially starts when all four limbs of the competitor are off the ground while touching any of the route’s holds.
  3. An attempt ENDS, but is counted when any of the following occur:
    1. If the competitor holds the TOP hold with two hands in control.
    2. When the competitor touches the floor at any time after starting the route.
    3. If a competitor uses another hold or feature not available for that route.
    4. If a competitor uses the top of the wall before holding the TOP hold in control.
    5. If a competitor is aided in any other way to climb further to the TOP hold.
  4. An attempt finished but is not counted when a competitor is unable to reach the top due to a technical incident such as:
    1. A hold spins or breaks.
    2. There’s blood on a hold that needs to be cleaned.
    3. Any other reason that a competitor may not be able to complete the climb that is out of their control.
  5. Technical incidents must be reported to Camp5 staff immediately. 

Concerns of foul play

  1. Foul play is determined as something that affects the ranking of competitors outside of the rules stated above. Examples of this may be, though not limited to:
    1. Unnecessarily interrupting someone’s attempt at a problem.
    2. Putting false information on a scorecard
    3. Negative behaviour to other competitors or Camp5 staff.
  2. If there is suspicion of foul play from one competitor regarding another; a formal complaint should be filed through Camp5 staff and the incident will be investigated.
  3. If Camp5 staff suspect foul play has been committed, then an investigation will follow. 
  4. If competitors are deemed as committing foul play, they will be disqualified from the competition. 

A reminder on the importance of being honest

Please remember that we are all part of the climbing community. If one person were to not be honest in regard to their scores, other members of our community will be missing out. Please also remember that the only legitimate way to get better scores than you’re already capable of is to climb and train more!

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT & AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Climbing is one of the world’s fastest-growing sports; that’s because it’s so much more than just a sport! It’s an activity you can share with friends of different fitnesses, it’s a reason to travel to some amazing parts of the world, but perhaps most importantly it’s a gateway to personal development.

Physical
Climbing combines cardio, muscle development and flexibility.

Social
Climbing requires team work, communication and most of all – trust!

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Climbing focuses attention, reduces anxiety and promotes fine and gross motor movements.

Psychological
Climbing incorporated problem-solving, demanding concentration and determination. It also teaches goal setting and reduces stress.

Subject knowledge
Climbing provides a great practical opportunity for applied physics, anatomy and geology as well as environmental studies.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Camp5 provides schools with the opportunity to incorporate climbing into their Physical Education curriculum. Whether the lessons are held on-site or at a Camp5 Climbing Gym, our staff providers will provide the highest standard of instruction.

Working to your school’s schedule (weekly, twice-weekly or ad hoc sessions) we’re able to provide custom syllabuses that match the requirements of the school’s exam board.

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Camp5 offers term programs for schools to include in their extra-curriculum activities provision.  Fun-filled and educational, our progressive term programs are tailored to your student’s age and ability. So why not start a climbing team at your school?

Special discounted rates are available depending on class size and duration of the program. Weekly sessions can also be arranged during non-standard operation hours.

INTER SCHOOL COMPETITIONS

Camp5 organizes a number of climbing competitions. We’re always seeking to expand participation in competitive climbing among our younger generations and feel it’s important to give students a platform on which to shine!

Our Camp5 Inter-School Climbing League (CISCL) consists of 2 competitions hosted by local schools, then a third, final competition held at Camp5 Climbing Gym. If you would like to get your students involved in competitive climbing, please get in touch and we’ll send you all the details of upcoming events.

BACK TO NATURE

Malaysia’s outdoor climbing locations are known to very little, yet they boast some of the most breathtaking limestone formations and features in South East Asia. More importantly, they’re the home for adventure! 

Bring your students to Climb, Trek and Weasel in the natural playground surrounding the limestone outcrop created over 400 million years ago.

Based just 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur our activity camp is easily accessible to students. Being less than an hour away from an international airport also makes it a highly viable option for international students!

    Preferred Camp5 Outlet
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    My school doesn’t have a climbing wall, can we still start climbing?
    Yes! Camp5 has climbing gyms located around Klang Valley and one in Johor Bahru. If you’re in one of these areas, then you can start bringing groups to a gym straight away!

    My students haven’t climbed before, where do we start?
    We have a number of package programs that can be integrated into the academic schedule. Whether you’d like to start with an ad hoc session or weekly programs for PE or After Schools Activities, we’ve got you covered. Use the enquiry form above to contact us for further details.

    Is climbing safe for children?
    Yes! Climbing is an extremely safe sport, it’s even known to have fewer minor incidents than soccer! Our staff are trained to the highest standards and have safety as their first priority at all times.

    Is climbing a competitive sport?
    Yes! In fact, climbing debuted in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, there are three disciplines that athletes compete in; Lead, Bouldering and Speed. Come climb with us at Camp5 to find out more about these!

     

    TAKE YOUR CLIMBING OUTDOORS

    Rock climbing began in the mountains. What better place to experience climbing and push your limits. Camp5 provides programs for all abilities and experiences. Whether you’re a beginner looking for a day out of the city; or a regular top-roper looking for something new, or even an indoor lead climber wishing to apply your skills outdoors; Camp5 has you covered.

    JUNGLE CLIMBING EXPERIENCE

    Come experience rock climbing in the tropical rainforest. Beyond the tourist template of Batu Caves lies an abundance of limestone crags and home to hundreds of bolted sport climbing routes. Bukit Takun is situated 30 minutes north of KL, the walk to the rock is steep and can be slippery when wet. Solid shoes are highly recommended. Be sure to bring your camera, the views are amazing!

    Designed as an exclusive booking session we tailor the outing to suit your objectives. Absolutely no experience needed. All equipment is provided. Our experienced and certified outdoor Guides will care for your safety. So all you need to do is climb!

    Fee: MYR 700 for 1-5 people + MYR 100 for every additional person.
    Duration: 6-Hours (9am – 3pm)
    Capacity: Minimum: 1 Maximum: 12

    * Fee includes all equipment
    * Fee does not include food/water or transport. Bring 2l fluids and all the snacks you need to fuel your climb!

    GUIDED TOP-ROPED EXPERIENCE

    Move beyond plastic and ply and put your skills to the test on the terrain that gave birth to this sport. Come explore the outdoors with us, as we venture to locations around Klang Valley, from Damai to Big Hole at Bukit Takun. Climbing on real rock will push you to expand your repertoire of techniques.

    Available only to Camp5 Top-rope level climbers, these guided sessions will allow you to venture outdoors, but with all the familiar safety precautions in place. Top-ropes will be set up for you to climb and our Guides will be on hand to give you beta. Route grades will vary by site, 5a up to 6b.

    Fee: MYR 85/person + MYR 25 (Harness, Shoes & Belay set)
    Duration: 5-Hours (9am – 2pm)
    Capacity: Minimum: 8 Maximum: 20

    * Fee excludes personal equipment (add RM25 for full gear)
    * All participants must be top-rope skilled
    * Fee does not include food/water or transport.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Do I need to be an experienced climber to climb outdoors?
      Yes and No. For the Outdoor Guided Top-rope program you need to be competent in basic top-rope climbing, however, if you do not have any experience then the Jungle Climbing Experience is for you.

      What to bring?
      Bring lots of food and water, insect spray, and sun cream. Bring a rucksack to put it all in and any gear that you want to bring with you.

      What to wear?
      Wear loose clothing and remember there will be bugs around so you may want to cover up.

      What should I do if it’s raining the day before?
      Provided the contact you gave us when the booking is correct, you can expect us to contact you the day before to confirm the status of the program.

      What will happen if it starts raining while out climbing?
      We will try our best to either re-locate to somewhere that has more shelter or sit and wait it out. Unfortunately, we are unable to refund you due to the climbing gods feeling grumpy!

      Can I cancel before the day?
      Yes, check the respective course leaflet for more information.