Cameron Highlands features a number of natural trails which varies in difficulty. If one wish to explore the harder trails, then it is recommended to engage the services of local guide.
To me, it's nice to do jungle trekking inside the tranquil mossy mountain forest in Cameron Highlands - the high altitude and cool air really make exploration interesting and fun; Believe me, you won't really sweat much.. ;) And the best thing is - very minimal insect bites .... and no mosquitoes !!!
We started our short jungle trekking journey in one of the jungle trail in Mt Brinchang.
I can't remember whether it rained or not earlier on in the day or the night before.. There's thick, soft chocolate slush in the ground which left behind "deep" footprint marks on the ground when we stepped our feet on it.. (can see the footprint marks from the photo above). Our guide told us those are not muds. Well, it's soft but not slippery. Stained my sport shoes :(
There are white stones on the way which indicates boundaries between Pahang and Perak (as in the photo above).
Luckily my stamina is still okie.. Didn't feel "chuan" or SOB (shortness of breath) during the jungle trekking. (Although I didn't exercise much lately. Must start back my exercise programme again)
There are green coloured moss on the tree (covered up the tree trunks as well as the branches) and clumps hanging down in small bundle :) Even the rock is covered with moss and lichen as well. Amazing scenery of the flora and fauna.
I would say it's a wonderful experience ;)