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Mount Kinabalu located at Sabah Kinabalu Park Area, Malaysia highest mountain with height above sea level 4095.2m, it continuously grow up 0.5cm per year. Kinabalu Park establish at year 1964, and during year 2000, Mount Kinabalu had been listed as World Natural Heritage by UNESCO.
Mt Trusmadi (2642m / 8669ft) is the 2nd highest mountain of Malaysia after Mt Kinabalu (4095m / 13435ft) located within Forest Management Unit (FMU-10). Bordered by the district of Ranau on the north, Tambunan on the west, Keningau on the south and sub-district of Sook on the east there are multiple approaches to climb the mountain. These are Wayaan Kaingaran, Wayaan Mastan and Wayaan Manna each respectively with a distance of 4.9KM, 4.3KM and 11.6KM to the summit of Mt Trusmadi.
A via ferrata (or 'iron road' in Italian) is a protected mountain path consisting of a series of rungs, rails and cables embracing the rock face. It allows access to scenic sections of the mountains that are typically reachable only by experienced rock climbers and mountaineers. The exhilaration, breathtaking scenery and sense of personal conquest you experience on a via ferrata are guaranteed to give you something to smile about for a long time.