Friday, April 30, 2010

Lafuma Day Trip For May 2010

Gunung Bunga Buah (4690 ft)
Genting Highlands

Date : 15 May 2010 (Saturday)
Time : 6.30am – 9.30pm
Meeting Point : Lafuma Bangsar
Fee : RM30 (min 12 ppls to go) Fee include guide, sweeper, permit, group first-aid & radio communication.
Difficulties : 5 (From scale of 1 to 10)
Things to bring : Day pack, proper trekking attire, extra clothes for change, rain jacket/poncho, trekking shoes, trekking poles, hat/cap, leech sock, water, snacks, lunch, tea snack, headlamps, whistle.
Transportation : On own transport. If carpool needed, pls inform earlier.
#Limited to 24 participants only and on first come first serve basis.

*** Registration close on 12 May 2010

*Note : Breakfast, lunch, tea snacks and light dinner will not be provided. The organiser will not be responsible for any mishap that may occur during the hike. Participants register and hike on own risks.

Agenda
0630 hrs Gather at Lafuma Bangsar. Drive to Genting Highlands 1st roundabout to regroup.
0800 hrs Briefing & Ice-breaking session
0830 hrs Intake to jungle entrance.
0930 hrs Start trekking from jungle entrance
1200 hrs Expected to reach last water point
1330 hrs Expected to reach Puncak Batu for 1/2 hrs lunch break
1500 hrs Expected to reach the peak, rest & pictures session
1600 hrs Descend to Puncak Batu and last water point
2030 hrs Expected to reach the intake to jungle entrance
2100 hrs Clean up and dismiss from Genting Hinglands to KL

Please register at our shop or sent us your registration via email to lafumalaysia@gmail.com or customercare@lafuma.com.my To confirm and ensure available space for the trip, kindly made payment on or before 12 May 2010.

* Schedule can be change depend on situation by organizer.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Lafuma Green Deal For April 2010


Come and grab the Lafuma Green Deal in conjunction with the Earth Day 2010 event in the month of April (10th – 30th April 2010). Bring along your old and unused fleeces, quick-dry shirts & pants and climbing ropes when you visited us at our Lafuma Bangsar shop. We will rebate you for your new purchases of Lafuma brand of fleeces, dryway shirts & pants. REBATE of 40% for fleeces and 30% for quick-dry shirts & pants and climbing ropes will be given for each old pieces of such item surrendered. Terms and conditions apply*.

Start check out your closet and bring us your old and unused stuffs for a better used. We will send those items for recycling as well as for charitable purposes. Hope to see your stuff at our dedicated in-house recycling bin!


* Terms & conditions

- Any outdoor brand of the old items will be accepted for the trade-in purposes.

- Rebate will be in term of discount given for the purchase of new same category of items only. No cash rebate is involved.

- Same category of item (fleeces, shirts & pants) to be in exchange for a new piece of the same category only. One for one exchanged only.

- Climbing ropes will only be exchanged for the same length of a new one only.

- Exchange for new Lafuma & Millet items only.


Earth Day @ Bangsar


Lafuma Bangsar jointly with a few parties and NGO's will be organising a 4 days long event to commemorate the coming Earth Day on 22nd April 2010. There will be loads of fun and educational activities being plan for the event. Take a challenge on our climbing wall, discovered the hidden gem of flora and faunas at Bangsar from our Guided Nature Walk, fun booth activities for kids, green workshops, live music performances and more!

So book your calendar today and join us with your family and friends in this green event. Come in GREEN!

Head over and join the OFFICIAL Event Page at: http://www.facebook.com/EarthDayBangsar.

Become a fan of earthday@Bangsar OFFICIAL Fan Page at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/earthdaybangsar/108536485835445

~ LAFUMA connects you to GREEN ~

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Tiring But Yet Enjoyable Trek To Mount Peninjau

On 16 Jan 2010, LMAG organized a day trip at Kenderong Range. Hiking up to Mount Peninjau, 3,421 feet above sea level which is the higher point of Kenderong Range.

A total of 28 climbers can be considered as a large group for daytrip hiking program outside Klang Valley. Early morning, around 6:40am, when most of the people in Klang Valley are still asleep, we start our journey toward north via PLUS highway. We have our first meeting point at R&R Tapah where we catch our breakfast before proceed.

At about 10:15am, we arrived at Hutan Lipur Ulu Chepor. We waited for the remaining convoy to reach the place after they have missed the Chemor exit. Here we also waited for another participant from Ipoh. We met another group of hikers as well here.

We proceed with light warm up and ice-breaking with some photograph session while waiting for the rest to arrive. At about 11:00am we decided to start trekking with Yassir leading the first group while Apip waiting for the rest to arrive since day are catching up and the weather is getting hotter. About 10 minutes later, the rest arrived and the second group starts the trek at about 11:20am. The second group had to catch up with the first group while we send our sweeper, Fahmie to intercept the first group.


Our first meeting point is at the waterfall. Eventually the second group joined with the first group here at about 12pm. We take a rest here and while some enjoyed taking photos here. We start moving after 15 minutes rest.


Our trail getting stepper from time to time with about 80 degrees gradian at one point. The path getting moderate after that with a slight 30 degrees gradian. Some of our group members getting tired with the constant uphill stretch and we had to keep on supporting them mentally.


Finally we catch up with the other earlier group which we met at the trailhead. They are from Malaysia Airline System (MAS) KelanaJaya and KL. Have a good chit-chat and know each other along the way.


Reached the summit rested and with group photos taken before descend again. The day was getting dark. We split into two groups with the faster ones moving ahead and the slower pace group behind. At about 6:30pm the last group was just at the campsite where the MAS groups reside. Some of the participants have lost confidence to move ahead. Their steps start to slow down and need constant support. Our guide accompanied them and we take a rest at the waterfall. Slowly we continue our journey until we finally step out of the jungle at about 9:20pm.


We clean up ourselves by having our bath at the stream on night before leave Ulu Chepor for our dinner at TomYam House, near the main road. Reached KL at about 11:00pm.

-apip embi-