If you have climbed Mt. Kinabalu before, you really need to climb it all over again, just so that you can attempt The Low’s Peak Circuit! Traversing the mountain in this manner means that you get to see an entirely different and immensely beautiful side of the mountain plateau that the current summit trail will never have the chance to reveal to you.
The ascent follows the same route as all other climbs along the Timpohon summit trail.The difference is how you descend.
The Mt. Kinabalu Via Ferrata package includes:
The Advanced Level Via Ferrata route, Low’s Peak Circuit, is a certified Guinness World Records holder for the being the highest Via Ferrata in the world.
After hiking to the highest peak of Mt. Kinabalu, Low’s Peak at 4,095m, you take a detour on your descent at 3,776m to take the Low’s Peak Circuit Via Ferrata route.
This route is designed for the brave among us, those of above average fitness who like to do it all. Participants must be above 17 years old for this challenging 4 – 5 hour course.
Frequent rest stops allow you to catch your breath and enjoy the unbeatable views of Sabah far below.
Highlights on the Low’s Peak Circuit include the starting point at 3,800m, the world’s highest suspension bridge at 3,600m and one of the world’s highest 3 cable Nepalese bridges at around 3,580m.
Following the normal hiking trail for 220m from Low’s Peak summit, climbers will descend to the starting point at 3,776m altitude. The length of the route is 1.2km and ends at 3,411m altitude, with a vertical height traverse of 365m.
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Please be advised that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommend that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart Disease, Severe Anemia, Peptic Ulcers, Epileptic Fits, Obesity, Chronic Asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climb.