I only read about the place from foreign visitors to the highlands & my visit there was only accidental because the famed tea plantation was close on Monday. Driving up is not an issue, just use a reliable vehicle, the road is good, Trekking is recommendable only if you don have a lot of times to kill in Cameron Highlands. Get a guide if you're not familiar with the place but there's walkway built. We were fortunate enough when a guide with a small group of tourist offered to take us along as the walkway was under construction at that time.
Been there early in the morning is quite breath-taking. Clouds racing through the peaks, amazing view of the forest and no honking! No cars, no trucks, no hawkers hawking their fresh farm's goods.
Go up to the top of the mountain until reaches the satellite tower. It is off-limit to the public, but just besides it is a lookout tower. Take a climb and be amazed of the different side of Cameron Highland. Then go down-hill until you reach the Mossy Forest walkaway. Be careful when going off the walkway as the ground there actually made by billion-of-years-of dead mosses sediments. The ground can be a little bit shaky while the moss-covered trees are quite slippery.
It felt like being in one of those movie sets, probably suited more for the Lord of the Rings setting.
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