As promised, here are the pictures of Alycia, Sherilyn and Cass tackling the Urban Playz climbing walls at Mid Valley Megamall last Sunday.
Cass started the wall climb first, followed by Alycia. When Cass and Alycia did the wall climb, I was shopping with Sherilyn. Sherilyn later joined them.
My monkey girl finally got the chance to prove her climbing and hanging prowess, ha ha ha! After her 3 climbs, I asked her if she was scared but my daredevil was as confident as ever and said “not at all!”
Cass looks like she’s on some kids backdrops for photography in this pic!
Below: Sherilyn attempting the Tetris Wall Climb.
Urban Playz consists of three climbing walls: Tetris Wood, Speed Track and Nine Cross. Each wall is structured differently and is fun to climb! Looking at my girls climb the walls at a height of 20 feet did scare the living day lights out of me. It also brought back lots of fond memories of my camping and rock-climbing days in Lumut and Pangkor Island during my teenage days. Rock-climbing and wall-climbing are an entirely different sports. Rock-climbing requires much, much more endurance, perseverance and a brave heart.
Currently there are three walls available for your climbing pleasure: Nine Cross provides many possibilities to get to the top, one has to spend some time thinking them through. Tetris, as the name suggests, is a wall based on the popular arcade game Tetris. Speed Track gives those speed demons and junkies out there a run for their money, giving them an opportunity to see how fast they can get to the top.
Sherilyn atop the Tetris and strategizing how and where to place her legs..
There were no pictures of Alycia climbing the walls taken as hubs and I videoed her climbs instead.
All in all, I think the 3 walls were pretty simple for my 3 daredevils to conquer. To them, it’s a piece of cake! Perhaps hubs should bring them to do the real McCoy – outdoor rock-climbing! I’ll know who the real daredevil is from there!
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