Gunung Nuang

Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat District: Address, Phone Number, Gunung Nuang Reviews: 4.5/5

Gunung Nuang
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Tallest Mountain in State of Selangor in Malaysia, National Park
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KY G
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia6,600 contributions
Feb 2020
Longer than via Jandabaik route. Total distance 22.56 km took about 9 hours.
It was muddy right before peak so be prepared to be in mudslinger mode. A couple of staircase climbs so bring gloves if you got slippery hands. At peak at 12pm felt like 12am and super windy. Bring a windbreaker.

I got steamed, grill, baked , cooked for this hike so better be prepared. Not for beginners. Toilet and restroom available at trailhead so you can shower after hike and parking is RM 3.
Written 27 February 2020
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SUTINAH A
Singapore, Singapore26 contributions
Oct 2019
Was quite TOUGH Climb. Start Climb at abt 7.20am. After walking abt one and half hour thru plantation, the steep inclined started, sometimes you need four wheels drive. The ground was so wet and muddy, you keep slipped and falling down on your butt. Best to bring your pole for balancing. We reached the summit at abt 11.15am and stayed for lunch till 12noon and descend, reached at the starting point abt 3.30pm..
This is a good training ground for people who are seeking to climb more higher mountains like Kota Kinabalu, Mount Semeru, Mount Kerinci and Mountains in Nepal. This is an average hiking of 7-10 hours one should be very physical and mentally be prepared.
Written 20 October 2019
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Karan
3 contributions
Oct 2019 • Friends
Today 12/10/19 me and my friends went for hiking at Gunung nuang Hulu langat but we couldn't hike because we didn't have any permit .The permit can be get at the address below.The permit picture and the place where u can get the permit is in the pictures attach.The permit can be done by an individual and the individual can do it for his friends or etc U all dont need to go 1 by 1 n get the permit.The permit payment for now is Rm 5.There are few trails for hiking for this u can check out some videos on YouTube and etc.NOTE USE GOOGLE MAP TO GET TO THE PLACE DONT USE WAZE CAUSE WAZE WILL BRING U TO THE PAHANG SIDE OF THE HILL.THIS INFO IS FOR GUNUNG NUANG HULU LANGAT.
Written 13 October 2019
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Gr00vyTraveller
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia290 contributions
Jul 2019 • Friends
We took the route via Janda Baik cos the other was closes. On hindsight, who'd wanna walk the Never-ending road? Of course, it was replaced by Forever-climb up & down. Shorter perhaps but certainly steep. Will test you physically and mentally for a day trip. Drive in from Janda Baik arch was narrow and winding. Carpark were 2 lots at RM7 per day. Friend chose to park under the shade for RM10. There was a hut supposedly selling hot and cold drinks, plus cup noods. Closed probably due to the public holiday - King's coronation. Crossed a narrow stream on rocks, walked through some veggie farms (follow the earth path) - we saw 4angle beans, chili padi, passion fruits. Then on to a path covered with small stones (batu kerikil) which went on for a while - shallow incline but slippery due to the shifting gravel. Local motorcyclists cautiously used the path, no chance of a free ride. Drink hut at end of path, cross single bamboo onto start of walk to waterfall which cut through uphill narrow earth trail, slippery and muddy at parts, fallen bamboo at others. After about 30mins, it opens up. Wider trail but just as muddy. Watch out for a sneaky broken water pipe which squirts and distracts you whilst you try to manoeuvre through the mud. Another half hour, the river cum waterfall appears, louder than it looks. Easy step across some rocks and the actual climb starts. From then on, about 2+ hours non stop up up up else a bit more if you stop stop stop. Some really big trees along the way. Took me 3h40m to just at bottom of peak. My 2nd and 3rd wind gone, I decided to forfeit the last 300m up to the peak and made my descent - 1h40m to waterfall, short 15m rest, 45m to carpark.
I brought 2 litres water and fortunately had a bit to spare upon return to carpark. I chomped down my trail mix. My friends ran out of water even before the peak. Overall, great workout esp for those about to scale a big one. At least 2 to 2.5litres water.
Written 30 July 2019
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Kumar C
3 contributions
Dec 2018 • Solo
Entrance to Gunung Nuang as of today still closed
Might need permit, don’t know from whom to get it from,
There is nobody manning the entrance.
Written 31 December 2018
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KY G
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia6,600 contributions
Dec 2018 • Friends
Many advices will claim if you can go G Nuang and pass you will be well prepare for Mount KK. Going via Janda baik route will save us 1 hour hike one way so which makes things easier. Nevertheless it was muddy, we had to crawl and kneel down to get pass fallen bamboos and steep section from 7am to 3pm. Well rewarded at the waterfall at the bottom of Nuang so look out for it. Plenty of leeches here though so be warned
Written 31 December 2018
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ana_kecik
kuala lumpur223 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
mt nuang is not an easy hike. this mt is not suit for someone who want to do leisure hike. the trail at the 1st quater was easy. the second past slowly become harder and harder. then to get to the peak, i need to hike some area that was really steep. just make sure to register before start hiking just incase something bad happened during the hiking. bring some food and 1st aid kid.
Written 6 August 2018
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Kumar C
3 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
The place is closed to Hikers for the time being.
Cause there has been An accident and investigations are on going .
Written 18 July 2018
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Unstoppable Wanderer
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia83 contributions
Feb 2017
Popular training ground for hikers who want to hike Mt. Kinabalu or Himalaya mountain. Also great outing for those nature seekers.
Written 2 October 2017
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ThomasDevendran
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8 contributions
May 2017 • Friends
Nuang is knows for its rugged terrain. Requires hikers to be fit to make it tot the top and back. I love the challenge this mountain has to offer. 9-10 hours hike. It really requires good fitness level to make it to the peak. Trails includes river crossing.
Written 3 August 2017
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