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All reviews adam's peak off season sri pada warm clothes coming down the sun rise full moon watch the sunrise worth the effort beautiful sunrise hard work tuk tuk flip flops tough climb worth the climb steep steps couple of days
Most prefer to do the 3 hour hike at night up the longest staircase in the world,according to Arthur C Clarke.The path is paved and perfectly maintained so even a senior citizen wouldn't find too much difficulty in reaching the summit with some help.
Monday 24th June me 1st up I did this purely for the exercise so bad weather and all the rest I’m about to tell you should not effect you going.
Me and my friend stayed ...at it’s as close as you can get to the...More
It was an interesting trekking. Approximately 5300 steps. We started at 1.30 am and had a walk through the crowds having hot tea on the wayside. It was quite cool on the top. As we were prepared for any weather condition it didn't slow us...More
There isn’t much at the town, except that it’s the town closest to Adam’s Peak. We came in April to climb Adam’s Peak during pilgrimage season December to May. Due to enforced curfew, we can only start our climb after 4am aiming to reach the...More
Went up the hill at a boudihst holiday. Allthough the walk went great going up for the first 4000 steps it wnt downhill from there on :-). The steps were more narrow and there were many people. Tooo many people. At one time i felt...More
We went here 5th of May and probably were the only foreign tourists today. We met locals also there were a ceremony on the top. The weather is good to go, not too hot. We started climbing at 2 pm and it took 2.5h to...More
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September is end of monsoon period and these part of Sri Lanka expects be wet. However, looking at history I dont remember a year September as a extreme weather month. Specially this year its expects to be more dryer than... More
September is end of monsoon period and these part of Sri Lanka expects be wet. However, looking at history I dont remember a year September as a extreme weather month. Specially this year its expects to be more dryer than past. BTW prepare for the worst and expect the best. Off season climbing is different level of experience and incomparable.