Timeline

Started our own outdoor clothing brand.

Launched our first hiking pants, Irau Trail Pants.

Launched Imbak Trail Pants and Imbak 3 Quarter Pants.

Commenced our first ever adventure trip to Dafeng Peak, Mt. Siguniang, China.

First winter hike to Mt. Xueshan, Taiwan.

First hike to Mt. Fuji, Japan.

First two groups to complete Kashmir Great Lakes Trek.

Second year trip to Dafeng Peak, Mt. Siguniang, China.

Launched few new product categories such as hat, backpack raincover.

Successfully organized more than 10 adventure trips to Mt. Xueshan, Dafeng Peak, Mt. Fuji, Mt. Kitadake, Mt. Yushan & Haba Xueshan.

Who We Are

Monmaria is an outdoor gear brand and adventure travel company based in Selangor, Malaysia.

How we started?

It’s all started with hiking pants. 

Because of his interest to design and develop his own hiking pants, our founder established Monmaria in 2016. Initially to focus on outdoor clothing products.

By the end of 2017, driven by his passion for travelling and hiking, he expanded the business to adventure travel. Purposely to share the joy and challenge of travelling and hiking oversea.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality adventure experience and top-quality outdoor gear to our clients.

We strive to “The Spirit of Adventure” and live true to this mantra.

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EASY

Suitable for: People of most ages – excluding young* children – who are generally in good condition, with some (basic) hiking experience.
Trail conditions: mostly facilitated and wide, with firm and stable surfaces. Decent signage and trail markings.
Type of terrain: Flat/hilly.
Distance, duration and elevation: 2-3 km, 2-3 hours per day, with little/some increase in elevation.

 

MODERATE

Suitable for: People of most ages – excluding young* children – who are generally in good condition, and have previous hiking experience.
Trail conditions: At times facilitated (ie. wooden/stone staircases, bridges, railings). Narrower and more technical, although mostly firm and stable surfaces. Rocks and other obstacles are present. Some signage, good trail-markings.
Type of terrain: Hilly, with some steeper, rocky sections where good eye/hand/feet coordination is required.
Distance, duration and elevation: 3-8 km, 3-5 hours per day, with quite a lot of elevation gain.

 

DIFFICULT

Suitable for: People of most ages – excluding young* children – who are generally in good condition, and have previous hiking experience.
Trail conditions: At times facilitated with simple technical equipment (ie chains, ropes). Narrow/non-existent trails mostly marked with simple signs/cairns. At times more technical “off-the-beaten-track” hiking.
Type of terrain: Mountainous. Steeper sections with rocky surfaces requiring good eye/hand/feet coordination. Unsteady surfaces and a variety of obstacles (ie creeks, swamps, bushes, boulders) occur.
Distance, duration and elevation: 8-12 km, 5-7 hours per day, with a significant gain in elevation.

 

VERY DIFFICULT

Suitable for: People in their physical prime – excluding people under 18 yrs. – who are in extremely good condition, and have extensive hiking experience.
Trail conditions: rarely facilitated with very simple technical equipment (ie chains, ropes). Mostly non-existent, unmarked trails. Mainly technical “off-the-beaten-track” hiking and scrambling.
Type of terrain: Mountainous. Mainly unsteady surfaces and a wide variety of obstacles (ie creeks, rivers, swamps, bushes, boulders, and steep rock surfaces).
Distance, duration and elevation: At least 12 km, and more than 7 hours, with at least 1500 meters gain in elevation per day.