- Elevation: 1,805 m (5,922 ft)
- Prominence: 1,313 m
- Ribu category: Kurang Tinggi
- Province: Sabah (Malaysia)
- Division: Bahagian Sandakan
- Google Earth: kml
- Other names: none.
The highest point of the Maliau Basin area of Sabah, little is known about this peak or whether it has actually been climbed yet. There is apparently a two-day trek to a 1,667 metre high point on the long ridge, which is claimed to be Mount Lotung, but this appears to be several kilometres to the west of the true summit and well over 100 metres lower. In 2023, no access is possible due to the trail being regarded as too dangerous by Park authorities.
Back in 1996-97, an article by Patricia Mobilik was written, entitled ‘The Maliau Basin “Sabah’s Lost World” Highest Peak Challenge’. It details the 1996 Raleigh International Malaysia expedition to the Maliau Basin which focused on constructing a trail from Camp 88 to Lotung Peak via the Rambutan Ridge, a distance of 15-20 km. The ‘peak’ appears to be the lower point on the rim with an elevation of 1,667m. The article mentions that the mountain got its name from the local Murut word for slow loris.
- Getting there: Currently unknown
- Accommodation: Currently unknown
- Permits: Currently unknown
- Water sources: Currently unknown
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