|Elevation:||2,161 m (7,090 ft)||Prominence:||775 m|
|Ribu category:||Spesial||Province:||Peninsular Malaysia|
|Google Earth:||kml||Other names:||Hulu Sepat|
This mountain is rather remote and is located in Hutan Belum. Orang Asli villages are common here. Most people take a 4WD from the town of Lasah to Kampung Lerlar (480m). This usually takes around 2.5 hours. From here it is a 4 hour hike to Kampung Lengweng (1,050m) which is, for most hikers, the basecamp. This is a very small hamlet with just a handful of Orang Asli remaining rather than moving down to Kampung Lerlar.
It takes most groups 3 days and 2 nights to complete this trek, and some combine it with the slightly higher Gunung Chamah (requiring around 5 days and 4 nights in total).
|Getting there||Either via 4WD from Lasah or boat and 4WD from Tasik Temenggor.|
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