Mount Kinabalu Climb Booking & Information Center
LOW'S PEAK 4095.2 M | 6.075° N, 116.558° E
(Day 1 Climb / Weather: Usually Warm & Sunny)
(Day 2 Climb / Weather: Usually Cold & Windy)
Temperatures from Kinabalu Park to the Low’s Peak Summit can vary throughout the climb.
|Kinabalu National Park||15°C - 24°C (59.7°F – 75.2°F)|
|Timpohon Trail to Summit Trail / Kota Belud Trail||6°C - 14°C (42.7°F – 57.2°F)|
|Mount Kinabalu Summit||4°C or lower (39.2°F or lower)|
The most important rule in packing for a mountain climb is – travel light. Decide on the things that one may want to bring up the mountain and then halve it.
As you will need to carry your own packed lunch with you during the climb, we suggest you to reserve some space in your backpack to store your packed lunch. Otherwise it might not be a good idea to hand carry it along as you climb.
Climbers can store their belongings and luggage before the climb at the Kinabalu Park HQ Reception. Just pack the necessities mentioned above in a waterproof backpack for the climb. However, climbers can hire a porter to carry their belongings should they deem it to be necessary. Below are the porter fees payable to Kinabalu Park HQ.