In February, I was writing about how my students and I had been busily training for an impending trip to Sabah, East Malaysia (the west side of Borneo island) to climb Mt. Kinabalu.
Tag: Mt Kinabalu
Hiking At The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve/Training for Mt. Kinabalu
As we inch closer to our trip to Sabah, the students have been training for the trek by climbing plenty of stairs every week. As I’ve concluded in my last post, stairs are great for training legs and cardio for the ascent up Mt. Kinabalu, a 4,000m summit in East Malaysia.
Mt. Kinabalu And Stair Climbing – How To Successfully Put A Bunch of 15-Year-Olds On The 4000 Metre Summit?
“I’m tired.” “I don’t feel well.” “My feet hurt.” “I want to go home.” To hear this as a teacher? Not fun. So, if possible, avoidance of anything remotely resembling above is key to success, not to mention sanity! Unpredictable weather, injuries and Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) are just a few of the things that…