Announcing the PinoyMountaineer Mt. Kinabalu Expedition 2011

Mount Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia is one of the tallest peaks in Southeast Asia, rising at 4095 meters. It is also considered one of the region’s most important natural wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. PinoyMountaineer.com is pleased to announce an expedition to this premiere hiking destination from March 25 to 28, 2011. In partnership with Ivan About Town, we have forged an agreement with a very reliable adventure company with presence in both Philippines and Malaysia. This Mt. Kinabalu expedition is designed for participants to truly appreciate Mt. Kinabalu by staying at the park for two nights and experience Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia by staying at a four-star hotel prior to the climb.
Only twenty (20) slots are open at the moment. Considering the interest in Mt. Kinabalu, these are bound to be taken quickly. So highly-interested parties are enjoined to reserve slots as soon as possible by emailing expeditions@pinoymountaineer.com.
COST AND INCLUSIONS
The cost of the Mt. Kinabalu Expedition is PHP21500, which will include:
 Hotel Accommodation
 Airport transfers
 All meals as stated in itinerary
 Transportation to and from Kinabalu Park HQ
 Climbing Permits & Mt. Guide
 Climbing Certificate & Entrance Fee
 Climb support, including orientations, in Manila
Not Included:
 Air Tickets & Airport Taxes
 Arrival & Departure Fees
 Mt. Guide Tips & gratuities, porterage fees
 Personal expenses
 Mountain Gear & equipment
 Blue Cross Climbing Insurance (available on request)
ITINERARY
Day 1
Arrival at Kota Kinabalu. Check-in at Promenade Hotel Kota Kinabalu
Meals on own account
Day 2 (B/L/D)
0600 Breakfast at hotel
0700 Take private transportation from KK to Mt. Kinabalu Park HQ
0800 ETA Park HQ; present booking; secure permit
0830 Take service to Timpohon gate jumpoff (packed lunch)
1400 Arrival at Laban Rata guesthouse; rest
1700 Take buffet dinner
1900 Assault preparations
2000 Sleep early
Day 3 (B/L/D)
0200 Wake up / Early breakfast at Laban Rata
0230 Start summit assault
0600 Arrival at Mt. Kinabalu summit (4095 MASL)
0730 Start descent
0930 Back at Laban Rata;
1300 ETA Kinabalu Park HQ; buffet lunch at Balsam Cafe
1500 Transfer to Mesilau; stay at Bishop’s Head Resthouse
1800 Dinner at Bishop’s Head Resthouse
Day 4 (B)
Breakfast at Hotel. Transfer to Kota Kinabalu for flight to Manila
RESERVATIONS AND INQUIRIES
To receive further details and to place reservations, email expeditions@pinoymountaineer.com. Deadline is as soon as the allotted slots have been filled!

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9 Comments on "Announcing the PinoyMountaineer Mt. Kinabalu Expedition 2011"


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Anonymous
9 years 1 month ago

Hkakabo Razi Peak is the highest point in southeast asia.. located in myanmar… towering at 5,881 MASL…

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Anonymous
9 years 2 months ago

mga anong month masarap umakyat sa mt kinabalo??
balak ko kasi sa mahal na araw.

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9 years 2 months ago

@Edwin
Hkakabo-Razi is the highest peak in SEA…(it's in Burma/Myanmar). The first and probably last recorded summiting of this lower end of the Himalayas is that of the Japanese guy Ozaki who purportedly had to shell out a lot of dough just to get to the summit. Due to political instability and other security concerns Hkakabo-razi remains to be one of the most elusive mountains to visit.
Second on the list is Puncak Jaya (Carstensz Pyramid) which is at the boundary between Papuan New Guinea and Indonesia. Indonesia being a part of SEA makes Puncak Jaya a technical 2nd in SEA. It is also one of the glorified SEVEN SUMMITS.
Two other Indonesian peaks will enter the list before Kota Kinabalu lands at number five.
There could be discrepancies in records so you may do your own research.

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Anonymous
9 years 2 months ago

Yaman rin pagbaba sa pang 3-araw pabalik Kinabalu Park HQ ay tutuloy sa Mesilau resort pagkatapos, maari rin lakarin yung Mesilau trail. Maganda ang ruta ng mesilau trail, mas intact kesa sa usual trail na dinadaanan na nagsisimula sa Timpohon gate.

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Anonymous
9 years 2 months ago

wow super mahal naman ang 21k/pax. been there on the summit July last year and i made my own reservations for 2 pax for the Laban Rata accommodation. Expenses namin including yung lahat ng fees nila na sobrang dami plus plane tickets with air asia is only 20k. siguro tumaas na naman yung accommodation nila..

hindi mahirap ang trail kasi para lang syang endless stairs..lol. kailangan exercise muna mga 3-4 months to make your legs stronger bago ka umakyat dun..pag hindi ka prepared physically yari ka! sayang din naman kung di ka makaakyat sa summit.

maganda experience dun so join na kayo!

jam