Get to know the members of the Philippine National Climbing Team through these mini-profiles as they continue to train hard and break barriers in the climbing scene at home and abroad. In this article, the first of two parts, find out how the team members started out, why they love to climb, and why they keep on doing it.
Bea Bermundo photographs the moments and the in-betweens of Climb Central Manila's third year anniversary
While climbing is a relatively new sport, the urge to climb is a tale as old as time. It’s a pull so strong that it’s driven people to make some seemingly crazy life choices.
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Lust for Lime has been the annual go to rock trip to the crags of Cebu. Lilay Marquez captures the moments of the 14th rendition of this event
Along the banks of the Iloilo River is a climbing gym that aims to spread the outdoor sports mentality to a wider audience in Iloilo.
In this article, we talked to Japanese climber and frequent traveller Yoshimasa Shiraiwa about what he carries in his gym bag.
Want to try rock climbing but don’t know where to start? Worry not, this article has all you need to know in order to begin!
Tensions ran high as local and international climbers vied for a spot in the podium during the R.O.X. Zero Gravity International Bouldering Competition 2018.
Quezon is a landlocked town in the heart of Central Mindanao. Here lies many limestone outcrops that collectively will be considered as the Climbing Capital of the Philippines. Mackie Makinano, the main person behind the development of many of the Philippines' climbing areas, has been traveling back and forth to Quezon; every trip, he and his team of crag developers bolts several more sport lines up the faces of these limestone giants