- Elevation: 1,889 m (6,197 ft)
- Prominence: 794 m
- Ribu category: Spesial
- Province: Peninsular Malaysia
- Malaysian state: Kelantan
- Range: Banjaran Titiwangsa / Main Range
- Google Earth: kml
- Other names: Anak Reng
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. There are two main peaks, over 5 kilometres apart, namely Anak Noring (the highest peak at 1,889m) and Noring East or Noring Timur (1,861m). An experienced guide is absolutely essential here.
This is a vast range lying many kilometres to the west of the popular Gunung Stong (1,422m – also sometimes spelt Setong) which is usually hiked in two days along with neighbouring Gunung Ayam (1,504m) and sometimes other minor peaks such as Gunung Baha (1,450m).
If you are a reliable local guide and would like to be featured on this page to increase your bookings, or a tourist who would like to support the development of a local guide business, please email email@example.com with the following information: Mountain name, guide name, guide location, guide contact details, and at least one English language review from a previous hiker who was pleased with the guiding services. An example is given below for reference. We have a maximum quota of 3 featured guides for each mountain page on the site. The fee for this is £20 (British pounds sterling, typically via the Wise app or PayPal) for a period of 1 year and helps to pay towards the ongoing development of the Gunung Bagging project.
- Name and location: Pak Budi, Surabaya, East Java.
- Contact details: +62812xxxxxxxx, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.instagram.com/budi_mountain_guide/
- Review from previous client: “Budi was a brilliant guide for our September 2023 trek up Gunung X and I would definitely recommend him to other tourists“, John, USA.
- Getting there: coming soon.
- Permits: coming soon.
- Water sources: Unknown
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