If you have climbed Mt. Kinabalu before, you really need to climb it all over again, just so that you can attempt The Low’s Peak Circuit!
Traversing the mountain in this manner means that you get to see an entirely different and immensely beautiful side of the mountain plateau that the current summit trail will never have the chance to reveal to you. If you found the scenery along the summit trail to Low’s Peak stunning, you will find the scenery on The Low’s Peak Circuit route, simply jaw-dropping picturesque. The Low’s Peak Circuit is a Via Ferrata route situated at 3,776m above sea level (a.s.l.).
Designed for the brave and the active individual with above-average fitness levels, this 4 – 5 hour route with an optional summit attempt includes rest stops at scenic locations. The route’s thread-like tightrope walks and swinging planks will have you convinced that the course designers are sadistic, but that’s what makes it so darn fun – testing your limits without putting your safety in jeopardy. (Lonely Planet)
- Highest point at 3,776m a.s.l.
- Length of route 1.1km
- Possibly one of the world’s highest suspension bridge at ˜3,600m a.s.l
- Maybe one of the world’s highest Nepalese bridge at 3,580m a.s.l
- Connects to Walk the Torq route, so that you don’t miss anything!
- Those who want to do it all
- Anyone who is at least 17 years old
- Adventure seekers looking for the challenge of attempting the summit of Mt Kinabalu and experiencing the world’s highest Via Ferrata, all within 12 hours.