Climbing Mount Kinabalu on Mark’s bucket list – done!

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 @ 08:00 Climb Mt Kinabalu, News

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Our client Mark Rudes from the States achieved one of the activities on his ‘bucket list’ when experiencing our Standard 2D1N Climb Mount Kinabalu package!

The ultimate goal for many of our clients, many who visit Sabah to attempt the challenge of climbing the iconic landmark Mount Kinabalu, is to reach the Low’s Peak summit at 4,095 metres! An itinerary of one of our climbing programs is individually catered to clients by our experienced team of Sabah travel experts. All packages to climb the summit trail include transport logistics between Kota Kinabalu and Kinabalu National Park HQ, climbing permit, insurance and a private mountain guide.

Independent traveller Mark witnessed the Sabah sunrise from, quite possibly the best viewpoint in all of Sabah – Low’s Peak summit!

Mark descended part of the way via Ferrata, an adrenalin-pumping mountain climbing activity ‘Walk the Torq’. After some balancing beams and zip-line crossings, Mark continued down to the starting point of Timpohon Gate to be greeted by one of our drivers to be transferred to Kota Kinabalu.

For more information about climbing Mount Kinabalu and to experience other attractions of Kinabalu National Park, contact our Head Office to discuss your Borneo adventure!

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