A rookie hiker. Climbed this mountain with some effort, with about 40 teenagers from various secondary schools, but did not get to reach the peak as someone forgot to bring the water cleansing tab and we were running dangerously low on water. Some students were also having difficulties carrying on. Very beautiful paths, rustic, a good introduction to mountain climbing. The hike to the base camp by itself is a workout, and noted that it was undertaken by Primary school children who were there during our stay at the resort. I truly enjoyed the experience though plagued by what ifs if any of the students slipped and fell as the paths were narrow and the drops really deep. There are guide ropes to help in the climb and you can see man-made touches to make the climb more scenic and rustic, though not invading on the natural aspect. You have to declare all your things at the base camp, and will be checked again on your way down, to ensure the mountain stays clean. There was a lodge at the Base camp, and a small minimart.
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