Mount Kinibalu, Sabah
Sabah present the traveller with the highest challenge in Borneo - Mount Kinibalu, rising majestically into the sky at 4,095 m. With its granite massif dominating the surrounding landscape at the peak,often shrouded in mists and clouds, mount Kinibalu
With the new height of 4,095 m above the sea level, Mt. Kinabalu has been quoted as one of the most unique mountain in the world. The secret of this, which stays with you from the very first sight through a lifetime, is the way the mountain is set; near equator, rising darkly straight out of the tropical forest, one continuous, clean, black, bare rock mass, to the summit. Due to this fact, Kt. Kinabalu has its own climate, a constant flux of cloud and wind, rain and cold, and the warmth from the forest below. It is seldom in any sense a static mountain, one may be looking at it one moment and the next, it has disappeared. This play a very important part in the excitement provided by Mt. Kinabalu.
The opportunity to do rock climbing activity on the summit is extremely great, with a lots of rock face which is relatively safe and hard to climb. Over 20 peaks waiting on the top to be conquered and so far, there has been less record of people climbing to most of the peaks except the Low's Peak which is commonly used by tourist. Typically, it will take 2 days to conquer this highest mountain in Malaysia. A day to 11,000 ft and the second day, to reach the summit before sunrise. However, staying on the mountain for more than 3 days is common nowadays especially for rock climbers.
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