Naik Gunung Stong

Asal nya hujung minggu ni . should be the favourite weekend to me . But with the rainy day and “musim TengKujuh” coming up .. so climbing gunung Stong terpaksa ditangguh.Rain seem not agree us to climb cause trek dah tentulah licin dan kabus tebal .. untuk tidak membahayakan kesihatan fizikal dan mental yang dah sedia sakit so terpaksalah keinginan yang mebuak-buak untuk menikmati pemandangan di puncak Gunung Stong dan merasai air terjun gunung Stong yang sejuk itu … ditangguhkan.

Mungkin lepas musim tengkujuh la .@ tahun depan .. huhu..Tengoklah air terjun tue .. air terjun Gunung Stong tu antara yang tertinggi di Asia .😦 . Gunung Stong antara top 5 eco-tourism yang terkenal di Malaysia . Ketinggian Gunung Stong lebih kurang 1,433 meter dan masa untuk mendaki Gunung Stong lebih kurang 3 jam untuk sampai ke puncak . daripada puncak Gunung Stong tu bolih nampak pemandangan yang indah dengan bandar Dabong yang comel .. Sebalah puncak Gunung Stong plak ada Gunung Ayam, Saji , Tera , Koh , Baha dan Che Tahir ..

Sambil mendaki Gunung climbers also can enjoy variety of flora and fauna including the world largest flower Raflesia . There are several check points during climbing

From Baha’s Camp, it only takes a minute to walk over to the Kolam Tuan Puteri (Princess Pool) where one can enjoy a refreshing dip by the falls. About 25 minutes trek from Baha’s Camp is the Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells), a series of smaller waterfalls that empty into mini pools.
Other places worth visiting and easily accessible from Baha’s Camp are:
The Y Waterfalls, also known as the Last Waterfalls, where separate waterfalls from two mountains, Gunung Stong and Gunung Ayam, meet. Legends abound that it is the proverbial fountain of youth as those who drink from it are said to retain a youthful appearance ( 30 minutes away from Baha’s Camp)
Sungai Rantai @ Check Point One (1) to Mt.Stong & Mt.Ayam :- can be reach after 60-90 minutes walked.
Benta Balak @ Check Point Two (2) to Mt.Stong & Mt.Ayam :- suitable for bird watching & camping. 60-90 minutes away from Sungai Rantai.
Bogor Caves @ Check Point Three (3) to Mt.Stong :- a cave-like formation by two huge boulders and a suitable resting point for the night on the way to the peak of Gunung Stong. River & nature pool just next to the cave. 30-45 minutes from Benta Balak.
Sungai Baha @ Check Point Three (3) to Mt.Ayam :- suitable for resting point (lunch) before climb up to Mt.Ayam peak. 60-90 minutes from Benta Balak.
The summit of Gunung Stong (Mt.Stong), which can be reached within two (2) hours of trekking from Bogor Caves.
Gunung Ayam (Mt.Ayam), the highest peak in the area, standing at 1,504 metres needs about six hours of trekking to reach its peak. It is the ideal spot to watch both sunset and sunrise. A campsite is available for overnight stays.

So memang seronok la naik gunung stong epsecially pencinta pencinta alam cam aku ni.. ok lah bila dapat naik nanti aku bagitau semua .how the feel during climbing Gunung Stong

Bye

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