It’s not altitude sickness if you do the YMCA dance…really!

Posted 19 Nov 2014

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Alex and Brioni have great fun dancing (what looks like the YMCA routine!) during their via Ferrata activity on Mount Kinabalu!

Their whole experience towards achieving their goal of reaching the Low’s Peak summit was a success due to the convenient inclusions of our standard 2D1N climb Mount Kinabalu package!

Their program on day one, started with an early morning transfer by one of our licensed minivans, to Kinabalu National Park HQ. On the way, the winding roads along the valleys and hillsides already offer stunning scenery of Sabah’s protected Crocker Range!

Thanks to the experience of their mandatory Kinabalu Park mountain guide, Brioni and Alex arrived in good time at the Laban Rata accommodation compound to participate in the safety and equipment briefing for their via Ferrata activity. All our mountain climbing programs include dedicated guides for your booking only which gives you the flexibility to ascend and descend at your pace.

Coming back down to Timpohon Gate, one of our friendly drivers meet the couple for their transfer back to their hotel accommodation in Kota Kinabalu – no need to arrange any public transport, which is a relief after such a physically demanding challenge!

Contact the Sabah travel experts at our Kota Kinabalu HQ to discuss a suitable program for you and your party to conquer Low’s Peak, Mount Kinabalu!

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