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It’s been a while since I’ve updated this blog. In fact i believe it’s been really more than a while : P
Well, it was a wonderful and lifetime experience to see the Khumbu Glacier and Mount Everest in Nepal. It was tough and the weather was unforgiving when we were there.
All 22 of us not including our Sherpa and guide (and a few Yak’s) rallied across small Lukhla town on our way to Everest Base Camp (EBC) and made it to the Base Camp. Some of us did not make it due to altitude sickness. It took approximately 1 week to reach the Base Camp after hiking along Phakding, Namchee Bazaar, Syangboche, Tengboche, Periche and Gorak Sheep.
I’ll post the pictures with short story and maybe if time permits will upload the log of travel. Enjoy.
On March 4th, 2011, we stood on its summit. What a wonderful feeling summiting Mt Kinabalu for the 2nd time.
10 of us went up to Mt Kinabalu via Mesilau route and came down via Timpohon route. Mesilau route s a bit further than Timpohon but it comes with better view and magnificent landscape.
If i had it my way, i wouldn’t mind climbing it every year. The steep climb, chilling wind, cool weather and then the magnificent view comes together as an unforgettable experience.
At 13,535 ft or 4,
095 meters (Low’s Peak) it is the highest mountain in Malaysia and the highest peak in South East Asia. Situated in Crocker Range, it has a few other peaks such as Alexandra Peak (4,003 m), St John’s Peak (4,092 m), Victoria Peak (4,088 m), Ugly Sister Peak (4,032 m), Donkey Ears (4,054 m) and South Peak (3,933 m).
Normally hikers will head to Low’s Peak while passing some of the other peaks. We plan to do the same : ) Last time we went there,
we climbed via Timpohon trail.
It would be a challenge to tackle its trek via legendary Mesilau route. It is longer by 2 km than the Timpohon trail. That would mean extra training and extra trip to the gym.