Aceh is the northernmost province in Sumatra island. The provincial capital is Banda Aceh and there are flights to Sultan Iskandarmuda airport from several Indonesian and Malaysian cities. Aceh is home to the immense Gunung Leuser National Park and a large proportion of the remaining Sumatran tiger population lives within the province. Sadly, Sharia law is enforced in the province and one has to wonder if spending money through tourism should actually be encouraged.
Seulawah Agam is the most accessible peak in the province. Many of the other peaks require lengthy, arduous week-long jungle expeditions, the most famous of which is Leuser itself which requires about two weeks.
|Name||Elevation||Prominence||Ribu Category||Island||Bagging Info|
|Leuser (‘Tanpa Nama’)||3,466 m||2,940 m||Sangat Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Kemiri||3,317 m||851 m||Spesial||Sumatra|
|Bukit Mugajah||3,079 m||1,805 m||Sangat Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Bandahara||3,012 m||1,642 m||Sangat Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Abong Abong||2,985 m||1,104 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Bur ni Geureudong||2,885 m||1,551 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Peuet Sagoe||2,801 m||1,492 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Burniklieuteun||2,635 m||1,093 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Hulumasen||2,310 m||1,717 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Sembuang||2,028 m||954 m||Spesial||Sumatra|
|Seulawah Agam||1,810 m||1,610 m||Kurang Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Pulau Weh (Cot Kulam)||630 m||630 m||Spesial||Weh|