Sojol

Facts Elevation: 2,890 m (9,482 ft) Prominence: 2,573 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Sulawesi Tengah (Central Sulawesi) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! We currently know very little about this peak – but apparently it is much easier from the east than from the west. Practicalities Getting there: Unknown Accommodation: Unknown […]

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Argopuro

The Argopuro mountain complex offers one of the longest and most isolated treks in Java with incredible scenery to match. The ruins of an ancient Hindu temple on Rengganis peak, named after Princess Rengganis who supposedly built the temple possibly as early as the 12th century, make for a mystical experience.

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Sindoro

Mount Sindoro is separated from its similarly conical but slightly higher neighbour, Gunung Sumbing, by the Kledung Pass. For its size, Sindoro is an easy hike and would make a great introduction to hiking in Indonesia. From the top there are great views to Sumbing, Merapi, Merbabu, Ungaran, Slamet, Dieng plateau’s high ridge Gunung Prau and the north coast of Java.

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Puncak Trikora

Puncak Trikora is the most accessible of the 3 tallest mountains in Papua. The starting point for Trikora is the Dani town of Wamena in the Baliem Valley – from where you can see the peak itself in clear weather. From the Baliem Valley, there is a trekking route up to Lake Habbema (3,300m) and on to Somalek cave.

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Binaiya

Facts Elevation: 3,027 m (9,931 ft) Prominence: 3,027 m Ribu category: Sangat Tinggi Province: Maluku (Moluccas) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: Binaia Photos Bagging It! This increasingly-popular Ribu is the highest peak on the island of Seram and is part of the Manusela National Park. Fly from Jakarta to Ambon and take a boat […]

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Dempo

Looming over the Pasemah Highlands, Gunung Dempo is the highest peak in South Sumatra Province, and one of the dominant mountains of the southern Bukit Barisan Range. The climb to the summit is tough, but relatively straightforward; there are good water-sources along the trail, and if you arrange motor transport to and from the true trailhead it would be possible to bag the peak in one long day.

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Deyjay

Facts Elevation: 3,340 m (10,958 ft) Prominence: 1,523 m Ribu category: Sangat Tinggi Province: Papua Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Bagging It! Currently we know very little about this peak – please get in touch if you can help with information! Practicalities Getting there: Unknown Accommodation: Unknown Permits: Unknown Water sources: Unknown Travel […]

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Undundi-Wandandi

Facts Elevation: 3,640 m (11,942 ft) Prominence: 1,732 m Ribu category: Sangat Tinggi Province: Papua Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Bagging It! Currently we know very little about this peak – please get in touch if you can help with information! Practicalities Getting there: Unknown Accommodation: Unknown Permits: Unknown Water sources: Unknown Travel […]

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