- Mount Kinabalu Climb via Timpohon Trail
- Low's Peak Summit (Highest Elevation 4095.2M)
- Ferrata Activity (Walk The Torq)
- 1 Night Pendant Hut
COVID-19 Safety and Health Precautionary Measures
- Climbers are only allowed to hike alongside their direct family members to ensure social distancing.
- Daily quota for Mount Kinabalu climbers at Mountain Torq is 20 people. Only 100 people are allowed to enter Sabah Parks daily.
- Children below 12 years old are not allowed to climb Mount Kinabalu.
- You are required to fill in registration form and take body temperature reading before the climb.
- You are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including mask.
- Frequent sanitation of the lodges will be conducted.
Complete your Borneo escapade with a climb up Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site and Sabah’s pride and joy, Mount Kinabalu! Being the highest mountain in Malaysia with a height of 4095.2 metres above sea level, it is indeed a challenging climb up to Low’s Peak. Level up the challenge with Southeast Asia’s only and the world’s highest via Ferrata, where you can descend down in a protected pathway consisting iron rungs, bridges and cables, showcasing you a whole new side of Mount Kinabalu… literally! Tick this adventure off your bucket list and pre-book with SabahTravel.com to secure your permit!
For amateur climbers, you might want to opt for the usual 2D1N Mount Kinabalu package where you can climb down via normal route.
What to Wear
- Waterproof backpack
- Trekking or running shoes
- Warm clothing and hiking pants
- Jacket/Wind breaker
- Extra clothing and socks
- Sandals / Slippers
- Hand gloves and winter hat
- Disposable raincoats
What to Bring
- Medication (painkillers, altitude sickness pill)
- Napkins and small towel
- Sun block lotion, lip balm, plasters
- Insect repellent
- Camera with water proof bag
- Plastic bags
- Refillable water bottle
- High energy food such as chocolates, nuts, biscuits, sweets, energy bars
- Head torch (compulsory)
- Your extra luggage can be stored at Kinabalu Park HQ at a nominal fee of MYR 12 per piece prior the climb.
Important Mountain Torq Policy For Via Ferrata Climbers
- Climbers MUST present original passport/Identification Card for registration at Kinabalu Park HQ on the actual day of climb.
- Climbers MUST attend compulsory 'via Ferrata' briefing/training session in Pendant Hut between 15:00 - 16:00 (Latest Cut-off time) on the first day of climb.
- All via Ferrata activities will be conducted in groups guided by qualified Mountain Torq Ferrata trainers.
- Climbers who fail to comply with the timing will not be able to proceed with the selected Via Ferrata Teaser activity. No reimbursement shall be made.
- Your safety is our priority. Should there be any extreme weather arises, via Ferrata activity may be cancelled, No reimbursement shall be made.
- Rate Per Person is based on Join-In Tour Basis (shared vehicle).
- All rates displayed are quoted in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR).
- All rates are inclusive of 0% Goods and Services Tax (GST).
- Climbers who reach Timpohon Gate after 16:30 will be imposed a fee of MYR 15/hour per guide to be paid directly to mountain guide on the spot.
- Laban Rata Resthouse does not provide boiled water for drinking/refill to climbers. Coffee & Tea will only be provided during breakfast & supper. Additional hot or cold beverages mineral water are available for purchase at the grocery counter.
- Pendant Hut provides filtered hot water for drinking/refill to climbers.
- Malaysian Tourism Tax (TTX) of MYR 10 per room per night will be required for foreigner to be paid upon check-in. Malaysian or permanent resident residing in Malaysia are exempted and is required to present a valid identification upon check-in.
- Tipping is never expected but will always be much appreciated