Mount Kinabalu Climb (3D/2N)

Day 1

  • Meet at hotel lobby and transfer to Kinabalu Park headquarter. The journey will take approximately 2 hours.
  • Enroute passing by villages and a panoramic vista of the valleys of the Crocker Range.
  • On arrival, experience the cool fresh air and the natural ambience of the Park.
  • Lunch will be served at the Park Restaurant before proceeding on a brief tour of the Kundasang area.
  • Dinner and Overnight at the Park.
    (Lunch & Dinner)

Day 2

  • Proceed to the Park HQ to register for the climb to a resthouse near the summit of Mt. Kinabalu for an overnight stay.
  • Meet the mountain guide and proceed to the Timpohon Gate and it's from here the ascent to resthouse begins.
  • The trek will pass by different vegetation zones from Oak and Chestnut to mossy and eventually to alpine type of vegetations.
  • Dinner and Overnight at resthouse.
    (Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner)

Day 3

  • Early morning ascent to the summit of Mount Kinabalu (4092.5m above sea level).
  • Upon reaching the summit (Low's Peak), an opportunity to take photographs on the highest point in South East Asia.
  • In clear weather, a spectacular sunrise awaits weary climbers.
  • Retrace route back to Laban Rata Resthouse and onward descent to Timpohon gate where transport will take you to the Park HQ to collect your achievement certificate.
  • After lunch, transfer to hotel at Kota Kinabalu.
  • End of Tour.
    (Breakfast and Lunch)

Things You Should Know & Bring:
Suitable walking shoes / warm clothing / wind breaker / long sleeves shirts / change of clothes / drinking water / high energy food (chocolates, nuts, raisins, glucose) / headache relief tablets / sun block / lip gloss / deep heat lotion / plasters / insect repellent / mosquito oil / binoculars / camera / water proof bag for camera / torchlight / extra socks / towel / gloves / hat mask / tissue paper / toilet roll.

Special Note
It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommended that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart Disease, severe Anemia, Peptic Ulcers, Epileptic Fits, Obesity (overweight), Chronic Asthma, Muscular Cramps, Hepatitis (Jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climber.

Kinabalu Park
Kinabalu Park is famous the world over for the highest mountain in South-East Asia. Mt. Kinabalu, a Vast jagged granite massif rising to 4,101m (13,455ft). The mountain is the focal point of the whole Park which covers an area of 754 sq km (291 sq miles), and includes vegetation types ranging from the rich lowland dipterocarp zone through the montane oak. rhododendron, and conifer forests to the alpine meadow plants and stunted bushes of the summit zone an area that probably has one of the richest flora in the world

The Summit Trail
To reach the start of the Summit Trail, climbers must drive or walk the 4kms (2 1/2 miles) of the Kamborongoh Road that leads from Mt. Kinabalu Park Headquarters to the PublicWorks Department's Power Station at 1,829m (6,000ft).

The forest on the steep ridge opposite the Power Station is still the montane oak-forest that surrounds the Park Headquarters. Kinabalu has some of the richest oak forests in the world with over 40 different oak species recorded. Here the Summit Trail itself starts, marked at intervals of 5 chains (50 chains = 1 km.; 80 chains = 1 mile), leading past the Power Station and following the crest of a narrow ridge that dips down onto the main slopes of Kinabalu itself. A little further on, there is a waterfall where water bottles can be filled. This is known as Carson's Falls, named after the first Warden of this Park. Liverworts and mosses grow luxuriantly in the fine spray of water. A Common moss is Dawsonia, one of the largest in the world, that can reach 3ft (1 m) in height. though it is usually much less. Nearby the KINABALU BALSAM (Impatiensplatyphylla) can usually be found, a delicate little herb growing in between rocks at the edge of the path. Rhododendrons are now more common - the SLENDER- LEAVED RHODODENDRON (Rhododendron stenophyllum) is a lovely sight in bloom.

The SMALL MOUNTAlN PlTCHERPLANT (Nepenthes denticulate) can also be seen by the Sharp-eyed observer grows along the edges of paths, from the Headquarters to as high as 2,439m (8,000ft).
The Headquarters is situated on the southern boundary, at an elevation of 1,524m (5,000 ft). Visitor accommodation, restaurants and an exhibit centre are found here as well as the Park offices. It is only a 2 hour drive from Sabah's capital of Kota Kinabalu on a good sealed road and the Park is an ideal spot for day visitors who simply want to get away from it all and enjoy the cool air, as well as those who wish to stay for a few days and climb the mountain or explore the forest trails.
If you are a first-time visitor it is well worth your while to go to some of the free visitor programs organized by the Park. Regular evening slide/film shows and guided trail walks in the mornings are given by the Park Naturalists at the Park Headquarters.

Nepenthes Villa (Chalets)
Many people who visit the Park come to climb the mountain, a tough Walk that takes a minimum of two days. But why not take your time over it! The climb can be made far more rewarding and enjoyable if you use three days, with two nights at a mountain hut. This way you can take the time to look at what you pass - the birds, the animals, the rocks and the soil, the views and the almost incredibly rich diversity of plant life belonging to one of the most ancient vegetations in the world









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