Mount Kinabalu Climb

A treat for the body and the soul, a Mount Kinabalu climb proves to be quite a challenge for tourists of any age. Whether you want to maintain your physical shape during the holidays or you are interested in exploring new territories, a climb on Mount Kinabalu seems to be the perfect solution at hand.

According to visitors, as well as to professional touristic guides, climbing Mount Kinabalu is definitely the most spectacular way to enjoy the sight of the entire Sabah County. The highest mountain, not only on the Borneo Island, but in all South-Eastern Asia, Mount Kinabalu is named by many the crown jewel of the area.

For thousands and thousands of tourists, a Mount Kinabalu climb is the ultimate holiday package. The uniqueness and the beauty of the landscape have melted borders and confines, the mountainous territory becoming a temporary home for many nations around the world.

A long time has been passed since the first climbing expedition, organized by Sir Hugh Law in 1851, the peak being conquered some years later by John Whitehead. It was then that humanity learned about the amazing biodiversity hosted by the mountain.

In order to follow the steps of the adventurous climbers from the past, guides recommend spring, especially April, as the perfect period for organizing these trips. Most guides speak English as well, so you have no reason to worry about not finding an experienced guide for the climb.

Equipment should be adapted to the conditions of the climb, many centers situated in the area offering all the necessary pieces at great prices. All in all, you will be provided with both the logistics and the know-how to successfully face the challenges of the mountain.

Stop wasting time! Book your Mount Kinabalu climb now and get ready for the adventure of your life!

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Day 1
  • 7:00am: Pickup from hotel within Kota Kinabalu area
  • 9:00am: Arrive at Mount Kinabalu Headquaters for registration, climbing permit, packed lunch, insurance and assigned mountain guide
  • 9:30am: Arrive at Timphon Gate (1800 meters above sea level) and begin 6.5km trek to Laban Rata rest houeses
  • 5:00pm: Inclusive buffet dinner at Laban Rata rest houses (if you arrive after 7pm only a dinner pack will be provided)
  • 7:00pm: Check in at your rest house.
Day 2
  • 2:00am: Early morning wake up for buffet supper
  • 2:30am: Start the 2.5km climb to Mt. Kinabalu summit (4095 meters above sea level)
  • 6:30am: Enjoy the amazing view from on top of the summit while the sunrises.
  • 7:00am: Start decending towards Laban Rata for breakfast.
  • 9:30am: Start last decent down to Timpohon Gate
  • 12:30pm: Lunch at Kinabalu National Park Headquaters.
  • 4:00pm: Return transfer to your hotel within Kota Kinabalu area.
PackageBookingPer Person
  • 1 Day Climb
1-4 PersonsRM550

 

PackageBookingPer Person
  • 2 Days 1 Night
1 PersonRM1,247
2-4 PersonsRM871
5-9 PersonsRM683
10-19 PersonsRM669
20+ PersonsRM658

 

PackageBookingPer Person
  • 3 Days 2 Nights
1 PersonsRM1,707
2-4 PersonsRM1,331
5-9 PersonsRM1,156
10-19 PersonsRM1,142
20+ PersonsRM1,120

 

PackageBookingPer Person
  • 2D/1N Walk The Torq Via Ferrata
1 PersonsRM1,681
2-4 PersonsRM1,304
5-9 PersonsRM1,130
10-19 PersonsRM1,116
20+ PersonsRM1,101

 

PackageBookingPer Person
  • 2D/1N Low’s Peak Circuit Via Ferrata
1 PersonsRM1,818
2-4 PersonsRM1,442
5-9 PersonsRM1,267
10-19 PersonsRM1,254
20+ PersonsRM1,242
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