Mountaineering in Indonesia - 10 days - Intermediate - Group
10-Day Carstensz Pyramid Climb, One of the Seven Summits
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Indonesia is a simply stunning place and mountain climbing is one of the best ways to see the myriad beauties of the island. Many of the top climbing destinations are on the eastern island of New Guinea. Here, climbers get to get up above the thick jungles and enjoy stunning views out over a landscape that is largely undeveloped and rarely seen by people. There is nothing like concluding a trek through these magnificent rainforests with an epic mountain ascent.
Best time to visit:
June to October
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How to get there:
Any mountain climbing trip to Indonesia will likely begin with a flight into Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali (DPS). Guides will generally opt to meet you here and arrange transport to the start of the trip
What’s the weather like?
During the winter months, average daily temperatures in the highlands of Indonesia are about 23 °C. Critically, rain is less frequent than during the monsoon season, but still not rare. Expect between 120 mm and 275 mm of rain each month during these months
Composed of more than 17,500 islands on two continents, Indonesia is home to some unique mountain climbing opportunities. New Guinea, on the very eastern end of the island chain, is home to Mount Carstensz. This is one of the most popular climbing destinations since it is one of the Seven Summits, being the highest mountain in Oceania. The island also offers various other peaks to climb in the Sudirman Range. Buyu Balease and Mount Latimojong, both of which are situated on the central island of Sulawesi, offer excellent mountain climbing options as well. They are both relatively easy to climb and, time permitting, make excellent warm ups for Mount Carstensz
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