Saturday, March 30, 2013

Gunung Irau, Cameron Highlands 15 December 2012

Driving up the curvy and narrow mountain path to MNS-Boh plantation chalets which is located among the serene tea plantation. 

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My 8yo wasn't at all bothered by the damp muddy trail up to Gunung Irau. According to her dad, she insisted on reaching the peak. She didn't manage to reach the top at the given time. All hikers were supposed to turn around and head back at 2pm. 

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It is very normal to see hikers stepped into a swampy area and when they tried to pull out their legs, their shoe will still be inside the mud. 
Every steps to be taken with caution. 

1 comment:

~CovertOperations78~ said...

I went to the same MNS Boh Tea Plantations lodging many years ago as part of an MNS activity to welcome new members. We used to call it New Members' Day, but Selangor Branch finally decided to hold a half-day Open Day for members of the public in public parks instead. The drive up to the lodgings were horrible, but it's so cold and beautiful up there. I remember the bathrooms with the dangerous-looking gas cylinders. Are they still using those?