She and seven others were said to have started the climb at about 8am when she slipped and fell while they were ascending to check point 11 at a height of about 470 metres above sea level.
The victim died upon arrival at the hospital.
Listed are some of the past cases where a trip to the treacherous Bukit Tabur ended in mishaps:
- Jan 5, 2014: Noor Asmahani Hashim, 28, suffered injuries to her back, hand and face after she fell about 10m down a ravine at Bukit Tabur
- Dec 3, 2013: Science teacher Ng Pee Tat, in his 30s, fell to his death after tumbling down a steep slope during his first venture with a friend at Bukit Tabur
- Sept 28, 2013: Tan Tick Soon, 51, fell 60m down a steep slope and incurred serious injuries. The Fire and Rescue Department took four hours to bring him to safety
- March 28, 2009: Two doctors were found dead in a ravine near the Klang Gates in Ulu Ampang after a hiking expedition at Bukit Tabur. The two, paediatrician Dr Haliza Mohd Shafie, 53, and paediatric surgeon Dr Amin Tai Abdullah @ Tai Yen Ming, 57, reportedly slipped and fell some 500metres.
- Oct 15, 2008: A college student fell from a height of about 100m but cheated death as tree branches broke her fall. She suffered a deep gash on her forehead, cracked ribs and a punctured lung.
- Dec 17, 2012: A 27-year-old engineer survived with minor injuries after falling 100 metres into a ravine during a hiking trip at Bukit Tabur. Chan Wing Sing was found to have sprained his ankle and injured his waist.
- Dec 19, 2009: Five friends got lost for five hours while climbing Bukit Tabur, Taman Melawati, but was later found safe.
- Sept 23, 2009: Lim Kok Leong, 51, fell while climbing Bukit Tabur alone but managed to cheat death when a tree branch broke his fall. He was trapped for five hours before being saved.