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Borneo What To Do

Climb Mount Kinabalu

Climbing to the summit of Southeast Asia's highest peak is non technical and achievable by climbers of all standards, it does require a reasonable level of fitness. Following a winding 8.5 kilometre trail that snakes around the southern edge of the mountain, you will be gaining some 2,500 metres over a 24 hour period, so it is important that you are well prepared prior to undertaking the challenge. Rising at around 0200 on the final morning, you will then begin the long hike up to Low's Peak by torchlight, ascending through thick cloud forest and arriving at the top in time to witness the dawn breaking across the forest canopy far below.

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