This are some of the common descriptions used to comment on the climb up Mount Kinabalu. A better way perhaps to describe the climb is to perhaps say that "It is the most climbable difficult mountain in the world" because although it is high and relatively tough, any ordinary person who is quite fit and very determined can make it to the summit.
At almost 4,093 meters or 13,430 feet, Mount Kinabalu is South-East Asia's highest mountain. The sense of accomplishment as you scale Mount Kinabalu makes the climb extra special.
Additionally, the natural wonders that 'burst' into sight as you climb across three vegetation types cut across terrain that contains :