Hot and cold on Lows Peak via Ferrata circuit!

Posted 03 Jun 2015

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Many climbers will notice feeling hot and cold on Lows Peak via Ferrata circuit – not at the SAME time, and this is totally normal!

From the starting point of 3,776m above sea level, Lows Peak circuit is the Guinness World Records’ highest, and is definitely a challenging 6 hours (approximately) to complete! A few of our own Sabah Travel Centre travel experts have experienced the circuit included in our popular 2D1N standard climb Mount Kinabalu package.

Jose from Portugal received excellent preparation from our dedicated customer service for the utmost comfort to achieve his goal – he had his sunglasses, a sweater, gloves, and small backpack spacious enough to climb with a water bottle, a few energy bars, torchlight or headlamp, spare T-shirt.

After a day of rest, he will visit our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre to continue his diver education to qualify as PADI Advanced Open Water diver, and he was prepared for this TOO, with e-Learning!

For more information on how our Sabah Travel Centre experts prepare you for your Sabah, Borneo adventure, get in touch!



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