Expedition to Lata Nyur
Not every waterfall is pleasurable to visit. Some are hectic challenging before you can call it heavenly gift. For Lata Nyur, one has to hike tirelessly in trodden and soft soil.
17 Apr 2011 | Lata Nyur (Berembun & Bomoh Ali)
Accessible via Hutan Lipur Gunung Nuang entrance (dubbed as Never Ending Road), only 100m from the entrance, you’ll be able find a yellow sign board on your right.
The board is showing the checkpoints for each before reaching destination. It was an equal challenging trek, one can easily lost track when it’s not proper guided. Advise to stick close with group leader, especially after river crossing, it have many confusing path.
Scenery wise is superb. Photography made easy.
I have long time never challenge such trek, name a few attributes, slippery, steep, trodden, narrow and rocky. It made the trek very risky. Every step have to move cautiously.
Experiences were priceless; you have to go through the trek yourself. But right here, I’ll be getting my readers some photos to speak it.
Greeted by a sign near the entrance hut … hike Gunung Nuang
Not too far … saw this yellow sign (waterfall trek)
Move into deep jungle … proper trek of course
Offer some amazing view … rare creation from light
Exhaustive trek … all the way up non-stop
River with dam facilities … collecting fresh water
River crossing … great landscaping
Overcome obstacles in virgin jungle … harder
Lata Bomoh Ali … deep enough for diving
Cursing warn … any special purpose?
Lata Berembun … hidden inside
Walkway against current … not easy
Not lucky enough will fall down … swipe by current
Jacuzzi effect… I would like to stay longer at this point
Getting back using the same road was a killing one because of hesitance to venture through all the toughness again.
Just got to know that we have choice to exit via Kem Lolo. But we have to walk all the way via Never Ending Road for an hour plus. Give me a break from Nuang trail please.
I’ve had enough for waterfall trek until further later. I promised to give myself a long break from waterfall trek until I’m ready again, hopefully by end of year.