Pipeline & T15 Trek

About Pipeline and T15

Hello fellow adventurers,

We hope that you are having a good start to 2020.

We are proud to present you our first local trek of the year – Pipeline & T15. Off the beaten path, this 10km+ trek takes you from Woodlands all the way to Bukit Panjang! We will start by following the “Pipeline trail”, formed from water pipelines laid below the ground, before diverting to Mandai Track 15, a popular mountain-biking trail that is practically unknown to hikers. Along the way, you will get to see lush greenery and spot some wild animals if you’re lucky. This is for you if you want to explore something new, have some exercise and if you don’t mind the sun!

So what are you waiting for? Come join us on this adventure and bring your friends along! A great way to recharge and burn off those holiday calories before the work starts piling in..


When is the trek?

We have 2 dates for you to choose from this time around, depending on your availability – Saturday 15 February / Sunday 16 February. For both dates, we will meet at Marsling MRT Station at 2.30pm

How long will the trek be?

About 4.5 hours. We are expected to end at Hillview MRT around 7.30pm.

How difficult will the trek be?

Not at all! It will be a manageable and enjoyable trek for everyone 🙂

How much is it?

Good news… it is completely free!!!

Things to bring/wear:

  1.     Thermometer* (compulsory)
  2.     Ezlink card or sufficient money for public transport home
  3.     Poncho/Umbrella (compulsory)
  4.     Covered, comfortable worn-in sports shoes
  5.     Water bottle (Min 1.5L)
  6.     Bug Spray (compulsory)
  7.     Sun Block (optional)
  8.     Light snacks and isotonic drinks (optional)
  9.     Change of clothes (optional)
  10.   Medication (If any)
  11.   Small daypack

How do I find out more information?

You can email us at nusroversPD@gmail.com.

Sign up here!

Unfortunately, sign-ups for this activity are closed. Stay tuned for our next trek!

Quote of the day

Leave the road, take the trails.

*You are required to take your temperature before the commencement of the activity. Anyone with a temperature above 37.5 degrees celsius will be asked to go home and will not be allowed on the trek.