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Kinabalu Climber's Log
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|Caralynr||Route Climbed: Standard route Date Climbed: September 2002|
|Climbed this mountain on my honeymoon. Now divorced, but the love of the mountains stayed with me, and encouraged me to take up proper climbing|
|Posted Jan 12, 2006 9:53 am|
|MichaelJ||Route Climbed: Normal Date Climbed: Sept. 2002|
|This was the first big mountain I ever climbed and although it took a while for it to happen it really did change my life. Still some of the most amazing views I've ever seen.|
|Posted Nov 6, 2005 7:35 pm|
|flatfoot||Route Climbed: Standard Date Climbed: June 2003|
|Almost no view on the way up to the hut - very cloudy. Clear skies and warm day on summit day - nice. Pitcher plants are facsinating.|
|Posted Jul 10, 2005 8:34 pm|
|onandupwards||Route Climbed: Normal Date Climbed: October 2003|
|Rocks were slippery, went down 3x because I didn't have proper footgear. Sunrise was worth the early start, as was getting ahead of the slower traffic. Mountain running times to the summit are unreal|
|Posted Feb 2, 2005 9:53 pm|
|verticalspirit||Route Climbed: Alexandra Peak - Via Gurhka Hut Date Climbed: Aug 2004|
|There are many possibility for new routes. Beautiful 3 pitch climb, - YDS 5.9 |
Looking for climbers who wish push up new routes on Dewali Peaks and Tunku Abdul Rahman Peak.
|Posted Jan 30, 2005 11:13 pm|
|carruthersneil||Route Climbed: Standard Route Date Climbed: 20 November 2004|
|Nice hike and some great views (if your lucky!)|
|Posted Nov 22, 2004 5:29 am|
|verticalspirit||Date Climbed: From 1999 to 2004|
|A French climber introduce me to his friends who did the West Face of Donkey Ears - 800m, A3/6a. Fantastic opportunity to open up tonnes of routes. looking for more climbers to help in putting up new routes... especially many of the unknown big faces.|
|Posted Nov 11, 2004 10:41 pm|
|poorboy44||Date Climbed: Numerous, 1996-1999|
|This is a fantastic rock climbing destination that is little known outside of SE Asia. Hopefully more people will visit in coming years, and many new routes will be opened.|
|Posted Jul 23, 2004 2:22 pm|
|zaleha||Route Climbed: Trail to the summit Timpohon trail Date Climbed: 19 march 2004|
|Nice to be at the summit of Lows Peak again in 2004.The view is fantastic and manage to take many photos at the peak height 4095.5M|
|Posted Apr 4, 2004 10:41 am|
|matthd||Route Climbed: Standard Date Climbed: August 2002|
|Great experience, great view. |
1st day: Start early to avoid the rain!
2nd day: Do not start too early. Waiting for sunrise can be a pretty cold experience.
|Posted Dec 9, 2003 7:09 am|
|zaleha||Route Climbed: Start from Timpohon and rest at Panar Laban.Start treking at 2.00am to reach the summit Date Climbed: 1994/1995and 1997|
|"Mount Kinabalu the Summit : ( 4101m) |
Highest Mountain in South East Asia.
This superb Mount Kinabalu is becoming Malaysian Heritage .4 times I reach the summit of Mt Kinabalu in the year 1994/1995 1997 and 2004 climbing to Low's Peak.The view is very fascinating .
But in 1995 during my second climb the weather is foggy and wet because of the heavy downpour.Can't view the beautiful scenery and have to rush down quickly for safety precaution!!!The heavy fog make the trek to go down so difficult .
The third climb in 1997 manage to view beautiful scenery at the peak.Take many beautiful pictures.
|Posted Jul 21, 2002 7:09 pm|
|Henning Lege||Route Climbed: normal Date Climbed: April-28-2000|
|This is one of my favourite peaks.|
Imagine a horde of asian teenagers, who never bothered to walk more than half an hour in the plains! But now they are eager to conquer south-east-asias highest peak. And, believe it or not, some even make it! The others are cheerfull as well, celebrating their achievement (even if they are still in sight of Laban Rata Hut).
This is a beginner’s peak. But, a very good one!
|Posted Jun 7, 2002 8:43 am|
|scottv||Route Climbed: Standard Date Climbed: 1993|
|Unbelievably big steps led past pitcher plants to the comfortable lodge. The sunrise was stunning and I was transfixed by the rounded, twisting spires (~50' relief) of untouched granite that protrude from the summit plateau. They promise the most bodacious alpine sport climbing that I can imagine! Dad rolled an ankle on the descent, but I highly recommend the climb overall. Chantik! We'll dig up some photos and contribute...|
|Posted Feb 11, 2002 8:51 pm|
|Nelson||Route Climbed: Standard Date Climbed: August 1997|
|A fabulous trek up the longest stairway in the world. The Laban Rata lodge at about 11,000' is a bit too civilized, but the view down to the steamy Borneo forests is fabulous. Leave for the top by 2:00-3:00 AM to hopefully summit before the clouds roll in. The routefinding is simple: a 2" diameter rope marks the track. A great hike!|
|Posted Nov 26, 2001 9:31 pm|