The start of the trail is at 2000m above sea level. Its a day hike (back & forth) but one can be slowed down by muddy terrain & rain. Its starts with wooden plank trail for about 200m & then you'll start to trail the muddy forest.
The best thing about the mount was the has a very scenic & fantastic view on its trail. Plenty of pitcher plants & mossy everywhere. Temperature was cold 15-20C & sometimes lower when its raining during the evening. If you must, please bring your camera because there's a lot of terrific scenery thru the journey.
The peak is actually a flat peak like other mountain. We cant see a thing due to the mist. The peak is at 2110m above sea level.
Glove a must, waterproof shoes, extra socks for coming down, cold/jacket, some water, bag with rain cover.
Need a guide if you're not a hiker.
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