Mount Kinabalu Summit: St John's Peak

Step-by-Step Terrain of Mount Kinabalu:

2010 Climb

It was all bright and clear when I reached this part of the summit. I was the slowest climber of the day. But I was very happy too.

St John's Peak view from the climb along Low's Peak. While climbing
to the top of Low's Peak, I stopped, turned around and took this picture.

Then, I would be reaching the highest point of the mountain, Low's Peak, in minutes.

2011 Climb

St John's peak is probably the second highest peak at the summit of Mount Kinabalu. The peak is at 4,091 meters or 13,422 feet above sea level. It was once mistaken as the highest point of Mount Kinabalu.

Another perspective of St John's peak. The photo was taken earlier on the way up.

Ok, I agree with my friend that it does look like a face.

People was busy climbing up and down.

Step-by-Step Terrain of Mount Kinabalu: