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As the 3 commenters below have written the trail has officially been closed but can still be climbed:
At the bottom - follow the right hand fork in the road uphill towards the water works. Before reaching the water tanks are some wooden steps on...More
First of all, we read this last review and he is right. Path 1 is completely closed. Someone said, that a few meters before, there would be a new entrance but you can't walk it and there are no warning signs or anything else. Just...More
This trail is now officially closed. The stream is now very difficult to cross and all ropes are removed. There are big red signs barring entry to the forest reserve and significant amounts of razor wire.
Trail 1 was all that the many contributors have already written about.
Epic fun climbing over and under trees, getting stuck in ankle deep mud, conquering steep sections with ropes to finally make it to the top of the hill.
Finding the path was really...More
I've climbed this many times now and I never tire of it's beauty. Take your time as you climb...it's well worth it to slow down and enjoy the different views. You'll be passed by so called "trekkers" but who cares...let them bag it and leave...More
We hiked/climbed this trail after a period of persistent rain, so the ground as well as the ropes you need at the particularly steep parts were very muddy and slippery. Even if it were completely dry (which I'm not sure it ever is) it would...More
Easy to get to the start of the trail - we took a taxi from Tanah Rata to the start of the path just North of Brinchang. After a short walk along the path it is difficult to find the actual trail - there is...More
Even getting onto this trail is a challenge, due to subsidence of the path, you have to negotiate a stream, and climb up onto the path. This is a very beautiful climb up the mountain. It's only 3 km but it took us 3 hours....More