Mount Kinabalu, 4,095.2m is the highest mountain in Malaysia. It is also the highest mountain in the whole of Borneo, and the region between the Himalayas and the snow mountains of New Guinea.
The return trek takes 2 days from Park Headquarters. All types of trekkers from young children to people over 70 years old have climbed up to Low’s Peak. No particular skills or experience is required: the route is suitable for the average, reasonably fit person.
The trek to summit will be opened from 1 Dec 2015.
Instead of climbing to the summit of Mt Kinabalu, this trek winds its way through the hills and valleys around Mt Kinabalu. The Dusuns who live in the hill-side villages are among the most friendly and hospitable people on earth. We will follow the the old jungle trail and stay in local villages along the way.
The Salt Trail is a route traditionally followed by villagers when taking their produce to the tamu (markets) on the west coast, and returning with salt and other goods. A jungle trekking route in Sabah’s Crocker Range Mountains is said to be 34 km long, which consists of some serious jungle trekking across mountain peaks, through muddy river valleys and through some dense Borneo Jungle.
Come and explore Sabah, Borneo, the ‘land beneath the wind‘. Beside trekking Mt.Kinabalu (4095.2), Sabah has an astounding array of other beautiful sites and adrenaline adventures for those not seeking to climb the mountain.