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Friday, October 12, 2012
22ND BORNEO SAFARI INTERNATIONAL XTREME KINABALU OFFROAD CHALLENGE ITINERARY - UPDATED
13th & 14th October, 2012
Saturday/Sunday (10.00am – 5.00pm)
1st Technical Inspection (scrutineering) for all Borneo Safari participants. Registration and payments. Venue Zone: Kota Kinabalu, Keningau, Sandakan & Tawau.
Please call contact no.s below for your respective venue.
20th & 21st October, 2012
Saturday/Sunday (10.00am – 5.00pm)
2nd Technical Inspection (scrutineering) for all Borneo Safari participants. Registration and payments. Venue Zone: Kota Kinabalu, Keningau, Sandakan & Tawau.
Distribution of Convoy Vehicle Stickers.
Please call contact no.s below for your respective venue.
26th October, 2012
Friday (9.00am – 5.00pm)
9.00am – Official Launch of 1st Borneo 4WD Outdoor Show at Alamesra Showground.
10.00am – 3rd Technical Inspection (scrutineering) for International Participants only.
Vehicle Stickers Scrutineering – all participants must get their vehicle inspected to receive an approval slip from the Vehicle Scrutineering Manager.
27th October, 2012
Saturday (9.00am – 7.00pm)
Second day of 1st Borneo 4WD Outdoor Show
9.30am – General Briefing for Competitors and Participants (compulsory for all particpants).
10.30am – Individual Group Briefing – all participants must meet their respective team leaders
11.00pm – High Tea for all participants
1.00pm – Distribution of event t-shirts and Official Programme Book to all participants. Please ensure that you present your vehicle sticker approval slip during collection.
2.00pm – Paragliders landing on Alamesra showground led by Guest of Honour Dato’ Seri Tengku Adlin, Chairman of Sabah Tourism Board
3.00pm – Launching of Borneo Safari Special Stage 1 by Dato’ Seri Tengku Adlin
4.00pm – Special Stage 2 starts
7.00pm – Special Stage 3 starts
XTREME KINABALU TRACK
28th October, 2012 - Sunday
Last day of 1st Borneo 4WD Outdoor Show (10.00am – 4.00pm)
Day 1 - 9.00 am Ceremonial Flag Off of Borneo Safari at Alamesra Showground by Yang Berhormat Datuk Peter Pang En Yin, Minister of Youth and Sports, Sabah.
Sabah Air helicopters will fly above the convoy during flag off for a dramatic start to the 22nd Borneo Safari International Off Road Challenge. ATVs, Motocross bikes and mountain bikes will follow behind the convoy to Kg. Pulutan, Menggatal for SS 4 & 5.
Residence, photographers and tourists in the vicinity of Kota Kinabalu city are highly encourage come to see more SS action! After the SS, convoy will proceed Kg. Gondukut.
A nice and easy start as the convoy travels north over sealed and village roads to the first campsite at Gondukut village in Kota Belud district. This is one of the most picturesque roads in Sabah with stunnng views of Mt Kinabalu, low-lying hills, rustic villages and clear running rivers.
29th October, 2012 - Monday
Day 2 – Rumble at Rosob Badi
Convoy will experience its first hardcore section with river crossing and swampy conditions along 2km between Gondukut and Rosob Badi. Added challenge thrown in if it rains and winching is a high probability.
Beautiful sunset views at the highest point of the route before going downhill to Camp Nyaman for overnight. SS 6, 7 & 8 will be conducted at this part of the route.
30th October, 2012 - Tuesday
Day 3 – Xtreme Rosob Rantai
Convoy will be tested on one of the longest hardcore sections with 6km of steep hills and river crossings. Time to slip and slide to test your driving skills! Expect to meet at least 2 – 3 winching sections. Convoy is scheduled to regroup before sundown at Rosob Rantai before setting down for the night at Rosob Rantai campsite. SS 9 & 10 will be conducted at this part of the route.
31st October, 2012 - Wednesday
Day 4 – Tranquil Togob
Convoy will experience the longest section along the eastern foothills of Kinabalu Park to reach the next campsite. Man and machine will again be tested with slippery conditions and uphill hardcore section between Rosob Rantai and Gana village before reaching Kampung Togob Darat, the best campsite on the Borneo Safari route.
Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the rustic scenery and beautiful clear rivers as they spend two days here for a series of activities which includes donating rations, medical camp and building facilities.
Participation by all participants is highly encouraged to show support for this worthwhile cause. SS 11 & 12 will be conducted at this part of the route.
1st November, 2012 - Thursday
Day 5 – In Touch with Nature – Monggis
Convoy will visit Kinabalu Park’s Monggis Sub-Station for a tree planting green project. Monggis Sub-Station is the base station to climb Mt Tambuyukon (2,580m/8,462ft), the third highest mountain in Malaysia after Mt Kinabalu and Mt Trusmadi.
The Borneo Safari 2012 plans to plant more than 150 seedlings at Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site, as part of its environmental project. Pictured here is the beautiful Kikulat River that flows through the Park. For those interested in a half day hike, the Kikulat Waterfall is just 2km from the sub-station.
The Monggis Sub-Station serves as a sentry post with research and recreational facilities. The sub-station was established in 2006 and is located 35km from Ranau town at an altitude of 300m above sea level. The area is surrounded by lush vegetation from lowland dipterocarp to highland forests.
Convoy will proceed back to Togob Darat campsite for 4 special stages for SS 13 to 16.
2nd November, 2012 - Friday
Day 6 – Mesmerising Mamut
After breakfast, convoy will proceed south and ascend uphill from Togob Darat Campsite to Mamut Campsite for a breathtaking view of Mt Kinabalu’s Eastern Ridge and the former Mamut Copper Mine site below which now forms a lake. Photo opportunities for sunrise and sunset landscapes. SS 17 will be conducted at this part of the route.
Water supply at this high elevation is limited and participants are advised to pack warm clothing as temperature at Mamut Campsite can drop to below 20°C.
3rd November, 2012 - Saturday
Day 7 – Rugged Mesilau
Convoy will start the day by proceeding to Ranau Tamu ground in the morning and welcomed by Yang Berhormat Datuk Masidi Manjun, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment Sabah for the flagging off of SS 18 & 19. There will be cultural dance and the public is welcomed to see more 4WD actions!
Convoy will later proceed further south-west along the foothills of Mt Kinabalu to Mesilau along a 6km hardcore section. Expect at least 2 – 3 winching points. Time to test your vehicle driving skills!
The Mesilau Campsite is the highest elevation on the Borneo Safari 2012 route. Warm clothing is essential as temperatures at Mesilau Campsite can drop to 15°C at night.
Enjoy breathtaking views of Mt Kinabalu as well as off-roading through some of the largest highland vegetable farm areas in Sabah. Photo opportunities are abundant along this section.
4th November, 2012 - Sunday
Day 8 – Kota Kinabalu Closing Ceremony
The day will start of with the showdown of the final SS 20. After the final SS, convoy will proceed from Mesilau Campsite to Kota Kinabalu for the closing ceremony.
The closing ceremony will be held at 7:00 pm at Pacific Sutera Grandball Room and the guest of honor is Yang Berhormat Datuk Masidi Manjun, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment Sabah.
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NO.s
Mr. John Kong +6 0168349888
(Sponsorships & Media Matters)
Mr. Liew Vui Kwong +6 019 8615893
(New Membership and Subscriptions)
Mr. Anthony Foo +6 019 8823717
(BS 2012 Registration of Competitors and Officials)
Mr. John Chak Lee Cheng +6 016 8336955
(BS 2012 registration of Tag On Participants)
Mr. Lo Fui Min +6 012 8345370
(Technical Inspection for Kota Kinabalu Zone and Competitors)
Mr. Atun Goh +6 013 8730555
(Technical Inspection for Keningau Zone)
Mr. Loh Peck Ker +6 019 8139571
(Technical Inspection for Sandakan Zone)
Mr. Simon Foo +6 019 8331150
(Technical Inspection for Tawau Zone)
A. Bring along rain gear as it will be wet!
B. Bring warm clothing for Day2 as will be at high elevation.
C. Additional fuel - at least 20 ltrs.
D. Bring a hoe/cangkul as you will need this at the hardcore area.
E. Get your Malaria vaccination started at least 5 days before flag-off.
F. All participants including TAG-ONs are expected to help each other during the 8 days event.
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