In remote Sabah, Malaysia there is an amazing limestone crag sticking 200 meters out of the rainforest. We climbed it.

It's without a doubt one of the coolest experiences we have had, from the riding randomly into the wilderness on a motorbike to staying with a local family, to climbing the incredible Batu Punggul in the middle of a massive rainforest. Huge on both of our lists as one of our best achievements!

If you are curious to read what inspired us to figure this out this is the Lonley Planet post Kyde had seen:

Starting the morning off right!

The jungle.

On our way up!


The best views come after difficulty.

This man is one of the most amazing people we've ever met.

We made it!

Kyde's shaddow here is amazing looking.


I think this is one of the best pictures ever taken of us.

Just out on their morning commute, no big deal.

Trees forever.

We climbed that!!!!

Headed back to the village.


Those clouds are starting to look a little scary.

The three of us on an adventure!

No cow fuel. Hrm.

A great majority of the ride looked exactly like this.

On the move!

Lost titties.

In Islamic countries it's common to see an arrow pointing towards Mecca for when people do their prayers.