A pretty easy climb. Depending on your level of fitness, one can reach the peak in 15-20 minutes, but most would just go for a leisurely climb up that takes about 40-60 mins. Would be best to start hiking at about 5.45-6am to reach the peak for sunrise. Path can be slippery if it rained the day before so be sure to get shoes with good grips. Some people also find hiking sticks to be helpful but most don't need them at all. The scenery is good on most days. If you prefer a quieter environment to enjoy the scenery, avoid hiking on a weekend. 4 peaks in total, the 4th one being the tallest. All the peaks are in close proximity to each other but the level of difficulty is the highest for the 4th one as you would have to literally climb a huge boulder with the help of a rope to reach the top. Go slow when coming down the hill as it can get very steep at the beginning of the descent. Bring mosquito repellents if you are prone to taking lots of rest stops along the way.
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