Masurai

MASURAI

This Ribu is the highest peak in Jambi province (assuming you count Kerinci as in West Sumatra) and has two lovely highland lakes – Lake Kumbang and Lake Mabuk – which are of a smilar size to each other and were presumably once active volcanic craters. The normal starting point is Sungai Lalang (1,365m) – a 3 hour drive from Bangko on the Trans-Sumatran highway or just over 4 hours from Muara Bungo airport.

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Sumbing (Sumatera)

Facts Elevation: 2,507 m (8,225 ft) Prominence: 1,063 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Jambi Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Eruptions: 1909, 1921 Photos Bagging It! Mount Sumbing (not to be confused with the peak of the same name in Central Java) is best approached from Tanjung Kasri (reachable by road from Jambi […]

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Raya

Facts Elevation: 2,543 m (8,343 ft) Prominence: 1,273 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Jambi Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Photos Bagging It! Gunung Raya lies above the large Kerinci lake in Jambi province – a considerable distance from Gunung Kerinci but visible from the higher slopes of Gunung Kerinci. The road around […]

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Tujuh

This mountain has a large lake, Danau Gunung Tujuh, which is the highest of its size in Southeast Asia. It has seven peaks (hence the name) of which only three have been climbed, according to Wikipedia, and are presumably the remains of an ancient crater rim. Apparently the highest peak has only even been climbed once due to its steepness, by an English photographer named Jeremy Holden.

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