Rarely used trail. Damn steep when approaching the top e.i. from the height of 1030m to 1218m. Have to use rope and rope ladder at most of these points.
Check Point 1
Taken as the first check point just after the Tupah Loji area.
Huge rock beds.
Huge wall of rock beds along the Tupah River. The bed is on the left when moving upstream.
White rocks as if it was painted white. Sumtimes this white rocks are confusing, it looks like water flowing above a spread granite. There can see layers of quartz veins across the rocks.
Check Point 2
Beautiful and amazing water fall. 2 rivers join into one. Good to stop, to do camping and to swim. At this point too, there is another trail on the left to reach the peak of Kedah. The trail is in our plan for future trip.
As we are moving away from the Tupah river, species of Eurycoma sp. encountered along the trail up to the roofing.
Wild boar pond. I do not how many of them drilling the soil. Lol!
Check Point 4
Moving away from the Tupah river and head towards the roofing.
Check Point 5
Start to feel the cool breeze.
Check Point 6
Another nice place for R&R.
Check Point 7
Check Point 8
Mossy. Who say Jerai has no mossy?
Check Point 9
Last check point, managed to fix. The dark is coming...
It's time to light the Ultraman indicator and to get ready with the headlamp.
Night in the wild
Stuck for more than 2 hours
Appreciating the night view of Gurun and Bedong areas,