// Kalimantan Selatan

The capital of South Kalimantan is Banjarmasin, which has an airport serving many flights from Jakarta and elsewhere in the archipelago.

Besar (Halau Halau) is the highest point of the Meratus Mountains and is frequently climbed. Kahung, however, is remote and requires a lengthy expedition.

A Selection of Photos of South Kalimantan’s Ribus

View north along the ridge from the summit of Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)View north along the ridge from the summit of Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
View north along the ridge from the summit of Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
In Loksado, the best place to stay when climbing Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
The track between Loksado and Kadayang village on the way to Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)The track between Loksado and Kadayang village on the way to Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
The track between Loksado and Kadayang village on the way to Gunung Besar (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)

Map of South Kalimantan’s Ribus


Download these peaks as a kml file.

Statistics and Links to South Kalimantan’s Ribus

Name Elevation Prominence Ribu Category Island Bagging Info
Besar (Halau Halau) 1,892 m 1,792 m Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Borneo Yes
Kahung 1,246 m 1,015 m Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Borneo
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