Foggy Cameron Climb

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

On the dawn of the 9th December 2018, over a thousand cyclists took on the grueling climb from Ipoh up to Cameron Highlands after a heavy night of rain.

This year marks the fourth edition of the Darul Ridzuan Cycling Club (DRCC) King of Mountain series.


King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

Going up the Simpang Pulai route, you find Ipoh is surprisingly close to Cameron Highlands.

Ipoh Cameron Climb

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

You also get to admire a lot of the ominous limestone monoliths that Ipoh is famous for.

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

And it’s nice and misty in the morning.

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

One thing to note is the lack of shops or stalls along the way. The first major food joint is more than halfway into the climb, which is almost 50km!

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And if you keep your eyes peeled, you can spot some of the remnants of the open mining they used to do in these parts. It’s looking a lot nicer now, but who knows how deep this man-made pit goes?

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling King of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei CyclingKing of Mountain DRCC Cameron Highlands Howei Cycling

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