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Table of contents
12 in Crag
- 1.1. Peha Ayam 12 in Sector
- 2. Index by grade
1. Bukit Jernih 12 routes in Crag
JFMAMJJASONDAll Sport climbing
Lat / Long: 6.548135, 100.268497
This place is better known by local as an attraction for its river called Sungai Jernih.
There is a massive face here with serious potential for some great multi pitch lines. This face is not bolted but there have been some trad ascents on it. Contact the Perlis Climbers if you’re interested in an amazing project.
The other area with the bolted lines is a covered section. Climb here all day, rain or shine.
Local restaurant is just a stone throw away at the base camp of Sungai Jernih, cheap and decent.
Drive to Sungai Bukit Jernih (6.5433359, 100.2683873), here google says the road ends... but it doesn’t, keep following the road and turn left about 200m past the soccer field to get to Peha Ayam section.
The massive big wall face of Bukit Jernih is said to be aid ascent by local bat faeces collector with only ropes and harness made up by ropes. The local collectors also put up a massive 10 meters long wooden ladder on the access point to a small cave to collect bat faeces. By looking at the shear size of the ladder from far away can be quite impressive about how the locals put up such a heavy ladder without modern climbing equipment back in the days.
1.1. Peha Ayam 12 routes in Sector
Lat / Long: 6.548137, 100.268502
Easy access, a few climbs here from 6B to 8A. 4 open projects that are likely in the high sevens or eights. Awesome place to climb if it’s raining. Trees and a roof provide shade all day.
After you drive past the soccer field, in about 200m turn left. Follow the road for about 300m to (6.5481660, 100.2684580). Park on the side of the road and the climbing is right there.
FA: Aneng, 24 Oct
Set: Zul Hafifi, 24 Oct
★★★ More Powder More Power
Set: A'an, 24 Oct
FA: Aneng, 25 Dec
Rimau Tok Sheikh
FA: Zul Hafifi, 2022
Set: Zul Hafifi, 2022
|4||Mat Sasau||6a||15m, 3|
FA: Aneng, 24 Oct
Set: Akif Nukman, 24 Oct
★★★ Stoned Stinger
FA: Akif Nukman, 24 Oct
Set: Akif Nukman, 24 Oct
★★★ No Name
Slick slab to get to the “chicken bone”. Set some protection (a sling around a tufa) on the tufa in the cave and lean out to clip the first bolt. Climb out of the cave and make your way up.
★★★ Nafas Baru
Very high first bolt, but it’s safe if you approach it the right way. Climb up the slick slab to the cave and climb inside of the cave, set up a sling on a tufa and clip in. Now you can go for the first bolt.
Climb out of the cave and over the tufas to more tufas.
FA: Zam Hamid
Open Project 1
2 open Project lines share the same first few bolts
Open Project 2
Shares the first few bolt with the first open project route.
★★★ King Of North
Shares the same first few bolt with open project 3. Recommended if you love steep overhang dyno.
Set: Amirul & Danial Idraki
Queen of North
Continue right after the original anchor of King of North. Open project.
2. Index by grade
|5c||Tree Hugger||15m, 5||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|5c+||Rimau Tok Sheikh||15m, 6||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|6a||Mat Sasau||15m, 3||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|6a+||Voodoo Boy||15m, 5||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|6b||★★★||More Powder More Power||15m, 4||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|★★★||Nafas Baru||15m||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|6c+||★★★||No Name||17m||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|7a||★★★||Stoned Stinger||15m, 4||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|8a||★★★||King Of North||12m, 6||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|?||Open Project 1||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|Open Project 2||1.1. Peha Ayam|
|Queen of North||1.1. Peha Ayam|