Facts Elevation: 2,459 m (8,068 ft) Prominence: 1,014 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Timor Leste (East Timor) Google Earth: kml Other names: Rating: Bagging It! We have very little information on this mountain at present. Practicalities Local Average Monthly Rainfall (mm): Getting there Unknown Accommodation Unknown Permits Unknown Water sources Unknown Location
Facts Elevation: 2,107 m (6,913 ft) Prominence: 1,959 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Peninsular Malaysia Google Earth: kml Other names: Benom Rating: Bagging It! Gunung Benum is a huge mountain massif all of its own, quite separate from other ranges. Despite only being around 3 hours from Kuala Lumpur, Benum doesn’t see as many […]
Facts Elevation: 2,183 m (7,162 ft) Prominence: 1,993 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Peninsular Malaysia Google Earth: kml Other names: Rating: Photos ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Bagging It! At 2,183m, Gunung Korbu is the highest peak in the Titiwangsa range and also the second highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia. It was thought […]
Facts Elevation: 2,187 m (7,175 ft) Prominence: 2,140 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Peninsular Malaysia Google Earth: kml Other names: Rating: Photos ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Bagging It! At 2,187m, Gunung Tahan is the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia and is located in the Taman Negara National Park. It’s probably this region’s […]
This mountain is the highest peak in the Schwaner range and indeed the highest peak in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo). It lies on the border of West and Central Kalimantan and, although it can be climbed from either province, by far the commonest approach is via Rantau Malam on the West Kalimantan side. Just getting to Rantau Malam is an adventure in itself.
Facts Elevation: 2,171 m (7,123 ft) Prominence: 1,041 m Ribu category: Tinggi Sedang Province: Peninsular Malaysia Google Earth: kml Other names: Rating: Bagging It! From the trailhead to Kampung Rekom (an Orang Asli village) takes 4 hours, a further one hour to Camp Tengah, a further 1.5 hr to Camp Tongkat Ali, a further […]
Mount Murud is the highest peak in the Kelabit Highlands and, indeed, the highest peak in Sarawak. It is part of the recently-created Pulong Tau National Park although at present there are no significant Park facilities or anywhere near as many travellers as you would encounter in Mulu National Park. However, with incredible flora and fauna, stunning rock formations, unbelievable panoramic views, and ample shelters to make carrying a tent with you quite unnecessary if you hike from Ba’kelalan, this is one of the finest hikes in Borneo, if not the entire Malay archipelago.
This Ribu is the highest peak in the whole of the Parahyangan/ Priangan highlands of West Java. It is a beautiful dormant cone and dominates the landscape near Garut. Given its height, it is actually fairly straightforward because on several hiking routes there are farm fields reaching high up the mountainside.
Salak is one of the most accessible volcanoes from Jakarta but has not erupted since 1938. There are various routes on the mountain range and there is a great deal of variety to be found on its slopes – craters, wildlife, plants and numerous mountain peaks. It is the kind of mountain that cannot be fully explored in a single hike – you need to try various routes to discover the character of the mountain as a whole.
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This is the most significant mountain near Takengon and Danau Laut Tawar. The whole Gayo highlands area is famous for its coffee and the temperature here is slightly cooler than down at sea level in Aceh’s coastal towns. The hike to the top and back can be completed easily in two days and in good weather the views of Danau Laut Tawar and over to Bur ni Telong and Geureudong are sublime. Furthermore, near the top of the mountain is a large area of beautiful, jagged karst rocks.