Crocker Range (Banjaran Crocker in Malay) is a mountain range on the island of Borneo. Politically, it lies within the boundary of the Malaysian state of Sabah, located in the northern half of Borneo. It is named after William Maunder Crocker. The mountain range separates the east coast and west coast of Sabah. At an average height of 1,800 metres (5,900 ft), it is the highest mountain range in Sabah. Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia, is part of this range. Part of the range has been gazetted for protection as Crocker Range Park since 1984. The area surrounding Mount Kinabalu has been a state park since 1964 and was the country’s first World Heritage Site. In 2014 it was recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, becoming the second Malaysian site thus designated, after Chini Lake (in Peninsular Malaysia).
|Number of Adults||2 – 7 Person||8 Person Above|
|Rate Per Person||RM 1650||RM 1550|
Depart your hotel for 1 hour drive to Km 50 Tambunan Road. Upon arrival, commence trekking at 1,500m above sea level, walking downhill on a 45° slope, passing through native villages, primary and secondary jungle/shifting cultivation (5 hours). Overnight at Village Community Hall. (Lunch/ Dinner)
Trekking on gentle terrain and ridges, criss-crossing rivers, native villages, jungle and paddy fields. Daily 5-8 hours trekking depending on the water level and physical fitness. Overnight at Village Community Hall by river bank. (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner)
After breakfast, continue your last day of jungle trekking (5 hours) passing through a mixture of paddy fields and secondary jungle. Return to Kota Kinabalu after lunch at the local coffee shop. (Breakfast/Lunch)
The Crocker Range is a forest covered mountain range which stretches in a south westerly direction from Mount Kinabalu towards the Sabah – Sarawak border. It separates the coastal plains from the interior regions. Frequently shrouded in rain clouds, the peak rise to between 1200 – 1800 meters above sea and coastal plains. Formerly a forest reserve, its 1399 square kilometers became a national park in 1984.
Note: Temperature at night could go down to 13°C. You are recommended to bring your own sleeping bag, The Rest or sleeping mat. However, mosquito net will be provided. Porters will be available to carry part of your belongings with your backpack or knapsack. All trekkers are required to fill in a confidential Medical Information Form and Indemnity Form which will be provided during pre-briefing session prior to commencement of tour.