May 28, 2011

Run 1785 - 28 May 2011

Run-site: Genting Valley
Hare: David Shepherd
Co-Hares: Mystery Co hares
Scribe: Peter Brooke
Comic: Win Chew Murray (changed)


GPS: N3 27.771 E101 40.831

short directions from On Sec
Got to Ulu Yam Bahru any way you prefer - Dam road B57 is the usual route.
In the middle of the village, Turn right towards Genting Highlands on B113 and set trip meter to zero
at 2.2km, turn right towards Genting Highlands
at 4.3km, turn left towards Genting Valley
at about 5.6km, turn right into Genting valley (hash signs should be there)

Looooonnnnnnger directions from hare
From KL Proceed to Batang Kali via North-South highway & Rawang
From Batang Kali follow signs for Genting Highlands. At the famous "Old Lucky Light" cross-roads approx half way between Ulu Yam Baru and Batang Kali set-trip meter and turn left towards Genting Highlands.
(you can also use the Batu Dam road, turn left into Ulu Yam, and then turn right to reach the "Old Lucky Light" cross-roads from the opposite direction).
Set your trip-meter at the cross-roads and proceed towards Genting. At roughly 2km take first left at major junction sign-posted "Genting Valley". (This road also takes you back to the Ulu Rening junction & Batang Kali).
Drive along winding back road for approx 2km passing sand quarry on right and oil palms on left and right. At approx 2.5 kms, turn right into abandoned Genting Valley Housing Development.
Cross the large concrete bridge and look for abandoned blue-roofed building on left hand side - you are now at the run-site.
Please park neatly.

On On

at Hock Lay restaurant for possibly a round of coconut prawns. Drive back to Ulu Yam Bahru, turn left towards KL. restaurant is a few hundred meters on the right.

Posted by onsec at May 28, 2011 12:47 AM