GUNUNG LAMBAK, MALAYSIA (24 NOV 2018)

November 26, 2018

GUNUNG LAMBAK, MALAYSIA (24 NOV 2018)

'It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas' here in Singapore but these 8 ladies took off for ATC's last Local Trek of the year on Saturday.

A lovely hot, sunny, sweaty day, there was nothing that looked like Christmas on GUNUNG LAMBAK, but there certainly was the joy, laughter and camaraderie we like to think of around Christmas time!

Two peaks in just over 3 and a half hours, the Energy was certainly in Motion! We challenged ourselves on the difficult trail and came out stronger and fitter at the other end!

Huge cheers to Jenny, Valerie, Sheila, Jacquie, Sari and Becca as well as Kate, Sheila and especially to Sarah, our 11 year old Junior Trekker, who are in their final preparations for Mount Kilimanjaro.

Another fantastic day hiking!


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