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Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 7:34 pm
by stimix
On the way down to Spg Pulai this Morning, Tracking Jalan Batu 49 near Kuala Terla. Stopped short at Kampung Sg Getan as the nicely paved road getting bad. & narrower. If I'm on 4WD..I will probably continue further, I think the paved road probably ended much deeper...Hopefully someone can further track from where I stopped.

Turbosnail did record this road during his PCC-Mudd 2008 which he posted in MSM but not here. However that tracklogs does not indicate any POIs or the end of the road till he started off road!

Cameron Highland K Terla 20090601.gdb

Cameron Sg Getan.jpg

Tomorrow or Tonite I might be posting my tracklogs to the Lojing (Kelantan side) Refflesia flower hunting & also Tanah Rata minor update. :thumbsup:

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 11:17 am
by stimix
Saturday & Sunday combined tracklogs surrounding Tanah Rata & Brinchang

1) Prima Villa apt
2) Road to Convent school (Ex-British Military Hospital)
3) POI of Mayflower steamboat (Moved from the current starbucks CH),
4) NEW ..De La Fern Hotel (Luxury hotel mid way between Tanah Rata & Brinchang)
5) Additional hotels & road njames in Brinchang

Camron Tanah rata tracks.jpg

cameron Mayflower restaurant.jpg

Cameron Tanah Rata & Brinchang 20090530.gdb

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:31 pm
by stimix
Ok here's my last part of contribution. Not really in cameron Highland but Lojing at Gua musang! Too bad the 4WD tracklogs is no good...satelite blocked by the 4WD roof! ](*,)

Bought a 1/2 day tour at tanah Rata..@RM60/pax (Children RM30)...price include 4WD journey from meeting point at Butterfly Farm & thereafter ~40min ride till Lojing's Temiang ppl settlement.

Picked up 2 orang asli guides from the kampung & thereafter a scary roller coaster ride for about 2.5km & thereafter walk for almost 1hr or about 2.5km to the rafflesia flower site....This time the flower bloomed on top of a steep hill & climbing up & down the hill..damn scary.

cameron tracklogs.jpg

cameron 4wd.jpg

cameron refflesia 2.jpg

cameron rock fall.jpg

Cameron Refflesia 20090601.gdb

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:27 pm
by turbosnail
Look like fun! Gonna be my next CH MTB trip!

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 9:07 am
by stimix
U mean the refflesia hunting?...The MTB probably can reach till the end of the logging road & thereafter I think u need to park the MTB & hike in-leh.. :D Sumore that area protected by the orang asli..U probably need their permission & pay them :$gone: to access that road + atleast one guide :mrgreen:

On the Jalan batu 49, do you still have the tracklogs till the end of the road...It will be good if got it updated here as well :thumbsup: & probably your epic MTB from there till Habu last year :shock:

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 2:47 pm
by sunn
Bro stimix,

Guessed you did see those giant Centipedes, Millipedes and frogs. :mrgreen:

Updated 269 :tq:

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 1:13 pm
by fat_miao
can i tumpang a point here

Brinchang, Cameron highlands
Cameron Organic Produce Restaurant - Charcoal Steamboat
N4 29.510 E101 23.261

Updated 281 -sunn

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:15 am
by 9w2man
Border stone (Perak/Pahang) at G Berinchang..using 76CSX....accuracy during tracking 3 meters

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:56 pm
by thxsound1138

Update of a POI for a Catholic/Christian retreat centre.
Name: Barre IJ Centre
N4 28.373 E101 22.412

And is it possible to add a POI right next to the SK Convent Tanah Rata, as a chapel is also located inside it. Masses/services are currently held there.
Name: Chapel of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
N4 28.241 E101 22.440

Thanks. :tq:

Updated 283 -sunn

Re: Cameron Highland tracks & POIs

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 5:11 pm
by exz8
from tapah, to cameron highland, using simpang pulai is far.
so, use the exit of tapah.
the road is 2 way...