-有提到第一天的路线有蜜蜂叮人，出发地点为Kampong Brooks 2KM after Kampong Raja in Cameron Highland。可能是我们要走的路线？
=〉We started trekking around 10.30am。
=〉As we were crossing some narrow trail KC shouted that she was stung by bees and everyone ran
=〉arrived at base camp at around 2.30pm。 There is a small stream just enough to dip for 2-3 person and our source of drinking water.
=〉tomorrows trek is about 4 to 6 hours.
==〉started trekking at 7.40am and reach the peak at 11.40am (4hours) 轻装上阵，这队没有在山顶过夜。
==〉we decent all the way down to the campsite which took us less than 3 hours. 接着就在同地方过夜。
===〉left our campsite at 9am and reached the orang asli settlement at 11am
===〉4WD took us out to Kampong Brooks where we parked our cars。
Duration Description Remarks
0 Kuala Mu, Orang Asli Village
10 mins Bridge, river crossing
3 hrs 30 mins Pondok 1 Destroyed by elephants
40 mins Stream, campsite Campsite is across the stream
10 mins Pondok 2 Destroyed by elephants
2 hrs Mossy forest
35 mins Anak Yong Yap
15 Last water point Water source is 5 mins away from the main trail. Start of muddy ascent
1 hr 30 mins Summit of Gunung Yong Yap
NB: There are sandflies at the campsite
At the campsite, Sandflies can be found in abundance and occasionally, horseflies (“giant” biting flies about an inch in length) may pay a visit to the campsite. Leech, although uncommon may be found along the trail or at the campsite.
Mr Goh (aka Taiping Goh – organiser/lobang king): +60126247446 (hp)
Syafiq (4wd or guide): 0125330297 (hp)
Ham (silver outdoor guide): 0125729493 (hp)
Nearest Police Station: 05-2424222 (Ipoh)
Jalan Hospital 30450 Ipoh
Tel: 05-2533333 Fax: 05-2531541
Hospital Sungai Siput
Jalan Felda Lasah 31100 Sungai Siput
Tel: 05-5983333 Fax: 05-5971834
Option 01: (old 3-day route)
Reaching Lasah at about 9-10 am, by the time you reach Kuala Mu ( a 2.5 hr ride) it would already be around lunch time.
After having your lunch the first campsite can be reached in about 5hrs.
The trek starts at a small waterfall across the river. The trek is rather steep at the beginning but slowly lessens. The trek then meets up with the logging road, and you will have to walk along the logging road for quite some distance. The trek then continues into the jungle and crosses the logging road a few more times. The first campsite has a dilapidated hut built by the orang asli, and there is an abandoned tapioca plantation nearby. There is also a small river about 2 meters wide for washing and bathing.
The second day will be quite tough, as the trek is very steep. The hike to the next campsite, where the last water point is , is about 1 hr away. This part is not very steep. To save time, fill up your water bottles for the night at the peak at the first campsite. This way, you don't have to stop many times and waste time. From the second campsite, it is about another 6 hours to the peak. The trek is steep, and there are parts where you'll be sliding down !!!! The last water point is about 1 - 1.5 hours from the peak, towards the right. The water point is not very visible and you should make sure someone knows where it is. There is a small rocky stream at the water point, about 10 minutes down from the main trek. The peak is rather big, capable of fitting about 10 - 15 tents.
Kuala Mu can be reached comfortably in one day, arriving late in the afternoon. However, if you have arranged for the 4WD to come and fetch you in the evening, it would be a better if you spent the night at the first campsite. This is because if you spend the night at Kuala Mu , the orang asli children will crowd around you and watch every single thing you do. You may find it amusing in the beginning, but believe me, after about 4-5 hours, it'll get annoying. Another reason is that the orang asli at Kuala Mu rare dogs, which some Muslims might find rather unpleasant. If you spend the night at camp one, Kuala Mu can be reached in about 2-3 hours, just in time for lunch ,a quick dip and some shopping (blow pipes, fish traps, durians..... etc etc) before taking the 4WD out.
Option 02: (new 2-day route)
Assuming you arrive at Lasah early in the morning, you can take the 4wd right to the pondok, your first campsite if you take the old route. From the pondok, you will pass a small tapioca farm. The trail for the first hour is rather flat, until you reach the rivers. From there, the trail begin to ascend sharply, with only a few short flat areas. You'll reach the water point after about 4-5 hours from the rivers. The peak from the water point is about 1-2 hours. You should reach the peak early in the afternoon if you started before noon at the orang asli pondok.
From the peak , you should be able to reach the orang asli pondok in about 3-4 hours. The 4WD should be waiting, and you can be out at lasah at about 3-4 pm if you're early. Make sure you pre arrange with the 4WD what time to pick you up.
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