Hike Low’s Peak Via Ferrata
Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia
This hike up the world’s highest via ferrata in the world is punishing, to say the least. There are alternate options to peaking the 13,435 foot Mount Kinabalu, but this one is the quickest as well as the most adrenaline-inducing – it requires crossing suspension bridges and climbing metal rungs jutting out from a vertical cliff face with no safety nets. That being said, it’s not known for being a particularly dangerous hike. Throughout the trek up the mountain, you can enjoy vistas of the Borneo rainforest, granite rocks, alpine forests and orchid meadows.