Mount Kerinci, South Lubuk Gadang, Sangir, South Solok Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia
About Mount Kerinci
Kerinci is an active volcano, with nearly annual phreatic eruptions. Kerinci can be climbed from the village of Kersik Tuo, 6 or 7 hours away from Padang by car or bus. The climb and descent normally takes 2 days and 1 night, when choosing to go all the way to the summit.
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