Sunday, October 17, 2010

GUNUNG ANGSI VIA BUKIT PUTUS - Vol. 2

These days, I do my hiking activities once every fortnight. The other week, I'd normally go for swimming to strengthen my back. I believe my back injury is not fully recovered yet as proven by my experience in Gunung Datuk.

If I go on hiking, I will go on day trip instead. It's been like that anyway. I am not ready for big project as yet. I still have Korbu in mind. That'll have to wait until after June 2011.

So this week, I went to Angsi with another 4 partners in crime. They were the usual suspects -the two Taburians, a friend and a female colleague. For our colleague, it's her first time and she enjoyed it. And congratulations to her on her first conquer!

Angsi via Bukit Putus is very relaxing and not challenging at all. There is no rush to reach the peak as we have ample time and we can also spend longer time at the peak too. We started at around 7.50am and by 9.35am, we were already at the peak and by 11.40am we reached back the starting point!

In the car, I nearly made my passengers puke from listening to my theme song of the month, it's on repeat track mode almost the entire journey. The funny thing was, after lunch, one of them started humming the song even though the song was not played at the time. The power of music and repetition! It's the first song in small hiker's current hits!

A must pose for Taburians! This time around, 3 of us in one pic!

On the way back, we savoured satay for lunch. It's Satay Yus and I agreed with the statement of my brother-in-law, it tastes better than Samuri! Unfortunately, the others didn't eat much, a pathetic 5 sticks each only!

As a summary, Gunung Angsi via Bukit Putus is good for first time hikers and those who think they are not so fit!

11 comments:

nz نورأزيندا said...

ahah! keep on listening to FALL AGAIN & I don't hum another melody for a week.. kih kih kih!
btw, love the Taburian's POSE in 1 pic!!

Anonymous said...

would luv to try Satay Yus...is it really that gud ar?

btw, havetn try hikign Angsi via bukit putus...will try one of these days...

DrSam said...

I suspected the calorie burned by the short climb was readily replaced by that 5 sticks of satey...

Small Hiker said...

DrSam, I couldn't agree more! Not only that, we had chocolate and isotonic drink at the peak. And kedondong juice with asam boi and rose syrup... this is not the way to lose weight!

Anonymous... i post my planned activities here...

Al said...

wah naik angsi jgk

nsib x mnyebelahi, klo x leh jmp kat puncak masa tu
hehe

Small Hiker said...

Ali, kami dah puas dah ikut Ulu Bendol. Sebab tu ikut Bukit Putus pulak. Tak ada nasib nak jumpa lah tu! Insyaallah!

kenoi said...

salam bro.
boleh bro created trail naik Angsi via Bukit Putus tak?
sebab saya difahamkan akan bertembung dengan jalan pembalak haram di tengah trail.
jika boleh, tolong bagi panduan secara detail.
ini pendakian pertama saya di Angsi, terima kasih.

kenoi said...

salam bro.

boleh tlg bagi panduan secara detail naik Angsi via Bukit Putus sebab difahamkan akan bertembung dengan jalan pembalak haram dipertengahan trail.
terima kasih.

Small Hiker said...

Kenoi, Angsi via Bukit Putus tak lalu langsung jalan balak. Senang je nak pergi sana, lepas Senawang tol terus arah ke Kuala Pilah. Masuk jalan ke Kuala Pilah, kau akan jumpa Petronas Station sebelah kiri. Selang 200 meter lepas tu kau akan jumpa signboard arah ke Bukit Putus. Ikut je jalan tu. Jangan pergi awal sangat untuk pertama kali ni dan jangan pergi on weekdays, pergi hujung minggu. Kalau kau sampai sana dalam kul 9, mesti ada kereta parking kat sana. Sepanjang jalan tu nanti, ni sajalah tempat ada orang parking sebab hikers naik Angsi. Entrance to Angsi via Bukit Putus is on your right! Contact aku kat rdzyusof@yahoo.com kalau perlu maklumat lanjut!

kenoi said...

thanks bro, saya akan cuba. saya baru lagi terjerumus dlm bidang hiking nih.
kalo bro ada plan naik Gng Besar Hantu, boleh saya follow?
email: ridwanhamzah@gmail.com

Small Hiker said...

Kenoi - ok and Happy New Year!