Save and protect the lives of thousands of people in vulnerable communities across the globe by taking part in Focus Humanitarian Assistance’s (FOCUS) ‘Summit to Sea Challenge4Life’ adventure



You’re invited to join Focus Humanitarian Assistance on an extraordinary adventure.  We’ll take you on a journey to magical Malaysian Borneo where you’ll test your endurance and physical abilities, experience spectacular wonders of nature and make friends from all over the world!

The ‘Summit to Sea’ Challenge is a multi-activity adventure of hiking, biking and rafting through the scenic beauty of Kota Kinabalu.  The event will take place from 24 December 2013 to 2 January 2014.On the ‘Summit to Sea’ Challenge, you’ll hike up Mount Kinabalu, South East Asia’s highest mountain and a UNESCO world heritage site. You’ll travel through the extraordinary flora and fauna to reach the summit overlooking magnificent views of the Sabah jungle.

On completion of your first challenge, you’ll cycle through Borneo to Pahu, seeing nature at its finest. In the final stretch, white water raft through the rapids of the River Kiulu.

We’re delighted to be celebrating ten years of FOCUS Challenge events. FOCUS Challenge4Life aims to raise vital funds to help Focus Humanitarian Assistance save and protect the lives of thousands of people in vulnerable communities across the globe.  By taking part, you’ll be supporting FOCUS to continue its life-saving work and helping to protect communities and safeguard them against disasters before they strike.

Join us on FOCUS Challenge4Life and the ‘Summit to Sea’ Challenge 2013, and together we’ll make a difference!

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Mount Kinabalu — from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mount Kinabalu

Gunung Kinabalu

MtKinabalu view from kundasan.jpg

Mount Kinabalu

4,095 m (13,435 ft)

4,095 m (13,435 ft)
Ranked 20th

Country high point
Spesial (Ribu)


Mount Kinabalu is located in Borneo Topography

Mount Kinabalu

Location in Borneo

Sabah, Borneo,

Crocker Range

6°5′N 116°33′ECoordinates: 6°5′N 116°33′E


First ascent

March 1851
Hugh Low (summit plateau)

John Whitehead (highest peak)

Easiest route

More on Wikipedia org


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