Run-site: off the road from Batang Kali to Genting, near the little red Chinese Temple
Travel Time: 75 minutes
Date: Sunday 9th September, 2018 (that’s the 2nd Sunday for a change!)
Registration: 1:00 – 1:45 pm (may take longer than usual, so please come early!)
Run Starts at: 2:00 pm
Hare: Pritchard family
Co-Hare: Oakley family
This is our AGM run, at which we appoint a committee for the next year (anyone willing/able to help?).
It’s also the start of a new membership year, so all members need to renew – please remember to bring RM100 subs (cash) for each member.
It’s also a good time for new members to join (RM100 + RM10 one-time joining fee).
All members (existing or new) will receive a freebie when paying their annual subscriptions. If you can’t make it to September’s run, don’t worry – October or November is fine …
Occasional or first-time hashers can simply pay the RM10 guest fee, as always – no need to join unless/until you want to.
Cold drinks and hot dogs (halal – made from premium Victoria Crest sausages) will be available.
It is recommended to bring mosquito spray and apply tiger balm to legs and ankles to deter pacat.
The river here is amazing for swimming (clear water and boulders – keep an eye on your kids!) so bring towels and a change of clothes.
Google Maps here
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One route is via Ulu Yam Baru town:
Get yourselves to Ulu Yam any way you can (e.g. up the Batu Dam road from the Batu Caves area).
In the centre of Ulu Yam turn right just after the 7-11, and drive about 2km until you reach the traffic lights.
Turn right towards Genting.
Drive 5.0 kilometres (going past the small tarmac road on the left) until you see a small track going off to the left, marked with a KLJHHH bunny sign.
If you see a Chinese shrine on the left you have gone too far.
Follow the track, take the second left fork (should be clear from bunny signs).
This track is fine for normal cars – just a little uneven in places, so take it slowly.
The main parking area is to your left, just before you reach an overgrown section of palm trees.
There is limited parking (suggested only for committee / 4WD) at the actual run-site, immediately before the beautiful river (if your feet feel wet, you’ve driven 10 metres too far).
P.S. Did we remind you to bring your subs? Plus pocket-money for drinks and hot dogs…