Climbing Mt. Kinabalu

Climbing Mount Kinabalu is the No. 1 adventure while visiting Sabah. Climbers can choose to ascend by The Summit Trail or The Mesilau Trail. For information on rooms availability visit Sutera Sanctuary Lodges and for the permit fee visit Kinabalu Park Climbing Fee.

A guide to the summit:-

Part 0: Climbing Mt. Kinabalu

Part 1: The Summit Trail

Part 2: Conquering Low’s Peak

Part 3: Descending to Power Station


Kinabalu Park Headquarters

Mt. Kinabalu
mt. kinabalu

The Kinabalu Park Headquarters (HQ) is located at the southern boundary of The Kinabalu Park. A two hour drive from Kota Kinabalu passing scenic country side along the Tamparuli -Kundasang road, will lead one to the Kinabalu Park HQ. With an altitude of 1500 metres Kinabalu Park HQ has a cooling temperature average between 24°C to 18°C. Accommodations, restaurants, souvenir shops and exhibition centres are some of the facilities provided at the Kinabalu Park HQ. The Kinabalu Park HQ office is situated right at the entrance. Overnight visitors and climbers must register at the office, before moving on to their destinations.

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