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Gunung Gayong

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GUNUNG GAYONG
Located just two map squares away from Gunung Korbu, the characteristic of this moutain is exactly the same as Gunung Korbu. The are actually three ways to get to the summit of this mountain. First, the easiest way, is to climb Mount Korbu and continue trekking on the Titiwangsa Range for another two hours. I'll suggest this route if you just want to register your name on Mount Gayong and that's all. On the way there, the beautiful Titiwangsa Range can be seen clearly.

Green Heaven?? View on the way to summit

Second, climb Mount Yong Belar and it will take another 2 days to reach to reach Mount Gayong. On the way, you'll come across Mount Junction. This is a reverse route to Trans Version 1.0. This trek is exhilarating and require a good amount of fitness. Water supply is not available for most days. The advantage of this route is that this route start at Cameron Highland, at a high elevation of about 1600 meters. So, there's not much climbing to do.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Third, climb Mount Yong Yap and it will take another 4/5 days to reach the mountain. This route is not advisable and only suitable for those with super fitness. However this route provide the best view of equatorial rainforest from the top. And if weather is good, other mountains in Peninsular Malaysia can also be viewed from here. Experienced guide is a must for this trip. Please refer to the subsequent mountain for information.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Height: 2173 m (Fourth highest in Peninsular Malaysia)
Location: Korbu Forest Reserve
Foot: Refer to different routes
Duration: Refer to subsequent mountains
Expedition type: Heavyweight backpacking
Suggested Rucsac Capacity: 60 liters
Estimated Rucsac Loading: 15-18 kg
Water Supply: Maximum 3 days without water, suggested water carrier: 7.5 liter per person
Summit temperature: 5-15 deg Celcius
To get to the foot of mountain: Refer to subsequent mountains
Mountain Guides:
Korbu Route: Most Mount Korbu guides is able to guide this route
Yong Belar Route: Kelab Rekreasi Mahasiswa, UTM
Yong Yap Route: Only a handful of people in Malaysia can do this
Emergency: Make a written report to the nearby police station, stating your estimated day you exit the jungle.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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