// Sumatera Selatan

The provincial capital of South Sumatra is Palembang which in ancient times used to be the centre of the Buddhist Sriwijaya empire.

The highest peak here is the excellent Dempo near Pagar Alam. Patah has been climbed a handful of times, requiring three days or longer. Bukit Jempol, also known as Bukit Serelo, is popular with local rock climbers.

A Selection of Photos of South Sumatra’s Ribus

Dempo crater rim (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)Dempo crater rim (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
Dempo crater rim (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
Gunung Pasu seen from the crater rim of Gunung Kaba (Dan Quinn, August 2013)Gunung Pasu seen from the crater rim of Gunung Kaba (Dan Quinn, August 2013)
Gunung Pasu seen from the crater rim of Gunung Kaba (Dan Quinn, August 2013)
Dempo at sunrise, looking northwest from Villa Gunung Dempo (Wolfgang Piecha, June 2011)Dempo at sunrise, looking northwest from Villa Gunung Dempo (Wolfgang Piecha, June 2011)
Dempo at sunrise, looking northwest from Villa Gunung Dempo (Wolfgang Piecha, June 2011)
Dempo seen from Pagaralam (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)Dempo seen from Pagaralam (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)
Dempo seen from Pagaralam (Daniel Quinn, October 2011)

Map of South Sumatra’s Ribus


Download these peaks as a kml file.

Statistics and Links to South Sumatra’s Ribus

Name Elevation Prominence Ribu Category Island Bagging Info
Dempo 3,173 m 2,450 m Google MarkerSangat Tinggi Sumatra Yes
Patah 2,850 m 1,635 m Google MarkerTinggi Sedang Sumatra
Pasu 2,078 m 983 m Google MarkerSpesial Sumatra
Gumai 1,786 m 1,047 m Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Sumatra
Bukit Jempol 900 m 630 m Google MarkerSpesial Sumatra Yes
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