Mount Kinabalu Trek

Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo

 

 

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Mount Kinabalu is the tallest mountain between New Guinea and the Himalayas and reigns over an astonishing variety of scenery. While the lower reaches of the mountain serve as a botany fanatic’s dream, it is the upper reaches that captured the hearts and imaginations of climbers. Standing majestically at 4,095m (13,435 feet above sea level), Mount Kinabalu derives its name from the Kadazan word, ‘Aki Nabalu’, meaning ‘the revered place of the dead’.

 

Conquer the mountain and one will feel the hard-earned satisfaction. This mountain is blessed with beautiful flora and is one of the ecologically richest in the world.

 

Mount Kinabalu is also known to be one of the most accessible peak and no specialized mountain climbing skills are required to ascend it. Thousands of tourists visit Kinabalu National Park every year with the intention of reaching the summit. Mount Kinabalu’s specialty lies in its location at a renowned World Heritage Site—Kinabalu Park. Nature lovers will be delighted to be able to witness the many variations of flora and fauna that are to be found on the mountain at different altitudes.

Global Expedition Club Malaysia will organise 3 packages on Mount Kinabalu on yearly basis. For mountaineers and trekkers, we organise training and guiding groups 2-3 times a year and we also sell climbing packages for experienced climbers. GEC use Mount Kinabalu for all their “Self Development and Team Building” program where the high altitude and very challenging experience make lots of changes for individuals and groups. In improving mountaineering and outdoor skills for people with mountaineering passion, we organise Mountaineering Course – High Altitude Mountaineering Training at Mount Kinabalu.

More details are at the following ;-

  •     GEC Kinabalu Trek – 3D2N

 

  •     GEC High Altitude Mountaineering Training – 4D3N

 

 

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