Want to see Mount Kinabalu when it rains?

Found 2 videos from the net on rains on Kinabalu.

The first video is taken from Gurkha Hut, a remote hut up on the mountain, in which normal Summit Trail climbers will no be able to see it. It’s a small hut for 4, especially for those hard core climbers and like the adventure of mountain camping.

The second one was taken from Sayat-sayat Hut, the last hut before Low’s Peak. The second video looks a bit scary as the mountain trail was flooded heavily. Looks really, really dangerous for us to either climb up or down.


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A self employed General Practitioner who lives with his lovely family in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. He dedicates his spare time serving people with precious information on climbing the Majestic Mountain of the Borneo, Mt Kinabalu. Reachable at drizad(at)gmail.com

3 thoughts on “Want to see Mount Kinabalu when it rains?

  1. Murphy

    Wow, the second video is really an eye opener. a slip in the swift water would take u to Liwagu River, and by theory, u will arrive Kinabalu Park the next day.

  2. Thalia Bhandari

    I didn’t even know where Mount Kinabalu is until I came across your blog. The second video is really amazing with all that water flowing so fast. Awesome blog. Cheers. Thalia

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