One of our clients, Jasmin, was very lucky to complete the via Ferrata circuit Walk The Torq activity, which we integrated into our standard climbing package to reach Mount Kinabalu’s summit. Jasmin missed, by a few days, an onset of our typically tropical rainy season of Borneo, which makes climbing Mount Kinabalu more difficult. However, on 9/10th December, the weather is forecasted to improve!
Generally, meteorological reports aren’t taken so seriously, but when planning for an adventure activity such as climbing to the Low’s Peak summit on Mount Kinabalu, it’s a reference used to plan the best time to climb.
Despite best efforts to plan around the weather, our travel experts will always advise our climbing guests to be prepared for anything, wind, rain and sun (sometimes all at once!) Kinabalu National Park mountain climbing guides and via Ferrata trainers are all experienced with climbing the varied terrains of Mount Kinabalu, and they will continuously monitor the weather during all activities for the health and safety of climbers.
For more information on preparing to climb the mountain, contact our HQ, where one of our helpful and experienced travel experts will organize a suitable program for you to experience the Mount Kinabalu challenge!
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