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Mt. Kinabalu is a mountain on the island of Borneo in Asia.

High altitude climbing on outstanding granite.


Mount Kinabalu is a mountain in Sabah, Malaysia. Kinabalu is the highest peak in Borneo's Crocker Range and is the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago as well as the highest mountain in Malaysia.[1] Mount Kinabalu's summit (known as Low's Peak) is at 4,095 metres (13,435 ft) above sea level.

Access issues

All climbs are located on the exceptional granite within the Mount Kinabalu National Park (as well as UNESCO World Heritage Site) in the north of the island.


From Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of the Sabah region, your operator will drive you two hours to Kinabalu park HQ where you will register your presence on the mountain with the authorities. Once all the paperwork is finished you will be provided with a name tag and a mountain guide, and start your journey up to the huts where you will spend your first night.


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Set by Yuji Hirayama

FFA: Daniel Woods, Jun 2012

65m 7c+ "warm-up"” followed by 35m of 9a climbing.

FFA: Yuji Hirayama, 19 Jun 2012

A beautiful arête.

FFA: Yuji Hirayama, 2011

FFA: James Pearson, 2012

FFA: Sachi Amma

FFA: Sachi Amma


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