Peninjau

Facts Elevation: 1,058 m (3,471 ft)Prominence: 966 mRibu category: SpesialProvince: Peninsular MalaysiaMalaysian state: PerakGoogle Earth: kmlRating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Mount Peninjau is an overlooked peak, especially given that it is the highest in the Meru Range. It can be hiked in around 6 hours total and makes a great half-day out in the […]

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Noring

Facts Elevation: 1,889 m (6,197 ft) Prominence: 794 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Kelantan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: Anak Reng Bagging It! Gunung Noring is about as wild as it gets in Peninsular Malaysia and an expedition here known as the Trans Noring usually takes 4 or 5 days. […]

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Angsi

Facts Elevation: 825 m (2,706 ft) Prominence: 153 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Negeri Sembilan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Photos Bagging It! Mount Angsi is one of the most popular hill treks in Malaysia. It makes a good introduction to hiking for beginners and can be accomplished in […]

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Telapak Buruk

Facts Elevation: 1,193 m (3,914 ft) Prominence: 790 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Negeri Sembilan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: Also spelt ‘Telapak Burok’. Bagging It! The curiously-named Gunung Telapak Buruk, meaning Rotten Palms or Bad Palms Mountain (either hand palms or the soles of one’s feet!) is the highest […]

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Rabong

Facts Elevation: 1,538 m (5,046 ft) Prominence: 980 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Kelantan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Photos Bagging It! Gunung Rabong lies to the north of Gunung Tahan, and remains fairly unknown despite having some great views from the top. The trek is usually completed in […]

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Gerah

Facts Elevation: 2,103 m (6,900 ft) Prominence: 917 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Perak Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Gunung Gerah (the lowest of the main peaks in Peninsular Malaysia over 2,100 metres) is a remote and challenging mountain requiring serious planning and preparation. The usual trail […]

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Ulu Titi Basah

Facts Elevation: 1,533 m (5,030 ft) Prominence: 1,059 m Ribu category: Kurang Tinggi Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Perak Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: เขาฮูลูติติปาซา in Thai Bagging It! This obscure mountain lies on or very close to the border with Thailand and is the highest summit of the Sankalakhiri Range. It is rarely […]

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