Introduction to Crocker Range Park

Crocker Range Park is located in the west coast of Sabah. The Park is approximately 75km in length and 15km wide, run along northeast-southwest axis.It is the largest state terrestrial Park comprising an area of 139,919ha, about twice the size of Singapore. The Park lies within 8 districts with elevation ranging between 100m to 2050m at the peak of Mt. Alab. Most of the park are covered with forest with a tract of perhaps the last remaining hills dipterocarp forest in the west coast of Sabah. It is an important water catchment area with the headwater of five major rivers in the west coast of the state.