havitoc teea week ago
Took us less than 2hrs to reach the peak including multiple stops. Spent an hour+ on peak to enjoy the scenery (clear sky and misty), and another 1 hr and 30 mins to descend, average 4hrs per visit. Drink approximately 1.5L of water. To beginner/amateur, if you were slow, please give way for people to overtake, you’ll eventually reach the peak and enjoy the scenery with the efforts!
orgranaua month ago
The steep rock climb is only at the beginning. After the first checkpoint, it is easier as it is not steep. For me, it took an hour and a half to climb to the top. The view is great but better to come in the morning as it will be hot as early as 10am.
Anam H4 months ago
Great hiking site for beginner/amateurs. Uphill takes awhile (2hr with minimal rest) as the track is mostly climbing onto tree roots and rock. View at the top is definitely worth it!
Kenny Chew4 months ago
It was my first time hiking up Gunung Datuk. No rain. It was sunny and at the top, the wind was fresh and breezy. The trails were dry. The hills are steeper and the rocks are slippery. Lots of tree roots that are part of the steps and it really does help a lot. Good place to hike. Will come back again
Nur Nadhihah Mohd Nasser10 months ago
My first time coming here. Started hiking at 5:30 am, reached the first checkpoint just in time for Subuh prayer. Do note that you can also pray at the peak. Continue my journey and reach the rock peak at 7:30 am. It is very very challenging. Please train before you come. It is uphill all the way. Only tiny bit of walking, the rest is hike. The parking area is already full at 5 am. No charge for parking but you’ll have to pay RM5 for permit at the entrance. If you want to hike before 7 am, it’ll be at your own risk. The rock peak accommodates at most 20 people so it’s best to wait for your turn as it is quite steep and slippery.