- Do not bring valueable items.
- Best to assess your fitness level before doing the climb, especially for Mount Trus Madi.
- Follow the paths designated for climbing and do not attempt to make your own. Be aware of the exposed routes along the way.
- Try to pack your climbing bag in light (Do not bring too many unnecessary things).
- For any special meal dietary requirement such as vegetarians, please inform our Mountain sales consultants for arrangement.
What to Wear / Recommended Mount Trus Madi Climbing Attire
- Light Clothing like t-shirt and track pants.
- Small light towel
- Backpack in light and drinking water
- Wear covered walking/hiking shoes with good grip.
- Leech socks
Things to Bring
- Warm clothing (Temperature can be freezing at times)
- Torch light or head torch (To light your way during the pre-dawn climb and to signal for help when needed)
- Rain coat (To protect you from rain and wind, and it will slow down the loss of body heat)
- Whistle (Only to be used when is needed.)
- Some energy food and water, e.g. extra chocolate, glucose, tablets, biscuits (For emergency-use when you are waiting for help to arrive)
- Leech socks
- Good trekking shoes
- Waterproof bag to store your belongings
- Jacket/ Windbreaker
- Personal Toiletries
- Gloves (For protection from cold and while holding on to ropes)
- Trekking pole
Things you should know
- Climbers are required to book date at least one month before climbing.
- You are not allowed to open or create any new trails and required to follow exisiting trail only.
- There is a limit of 5 climbers to one guide during each trip (depends on trail taken).
- Cutting of tree or plants whether dead or alive is strictly prohibited.
- Please bring your own extra clothes and bath items (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc…)
- You can hire a porter but will need to be arranged in advance.
- You will need to bring your own cooking utensils and equipment.
You also need to know:
- This trail is physically challenging. Please ensure you are relatively fit to climb this mountain.
- It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommended that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart disease, severe anemia, Peptic ulcers, Epileptic fits, Obesity (overweight), Chronic asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climber.