44 Mountain Peaks in Indonesia that you should visit - With photos & details

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44 Mountain Peaks to explore in Indonesia

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Arfak Mountains RegencyArfak Mountains Regency, West Papua, Indonesia

Mount Arfak is the highest point in the province of West Papua. It is a perfect location for hiking and relaxation.

Bukit TeletubbiesTampang, Pelaihari, Tanah Laut Regency, South Kalimantan 70815, Indonesia

One of the beautiful hill which was located in the heart of South Kalimantan which was usually a trekking destination and also used for photography and shooting purpose by its natural beauty.

GalunggungGalunggung, Linggawangi, Leuwisari, Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia

Mount Galunggung is an active stratovolcano in West Java, Indonesia, around 80 km  southeast of the West Java provincial capital, Bandung to the east of the West Java town of Tasikmalaya). Mount Galunggung is part of the Sunda Arc extending through Sumatra, Java and Bali, which has resulted from the subduction of the Australian plate beneath the Eurasian plate. Galunggung had its first historical eruption in 1500 that produced pyroclastic flows and lahars that killed 4,011 people.

Gua TengkorakKasungai, Batu Sopang, Paser Regency, East Kalimantan 76252, Indonesia

Skull Hill is an archaeological site hill located at Tampi Tampi Road, about 10 kilometres south of Semporna town.  The hill is a volcanic rock-shelter site and a part of volcano mouth of 2 kilometres in diameter. It is surrounded by numerous isolated hills and mountains with most representing the sites of extinct volcanoes ranging from Pliocene to Quaternary in age. It is now one of the tourist attractions in Indonesia.

Gunung BatokGn. Batok, Area Gn. Bromo, Podokoyo, Tosari, Pasuruan, Jawa Timur, Indonesia

Mount Batok is a cinder cone located in East Java, Indonesia. This volcano has an elevation of 2,440 meters above sea level and is located between four regencies: Probolinggo Regency, Pasuruan Regency, Lumajang Regency, and Malang Regency. The location of Mount Batok is west from Mount Bromo. This mountain is one of the inactive volcanoes located within the Tengger caldera. Mount Batok is part of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.

Gunung KarangGunung Karang, Saninten, Kaduhejo, Pandeglang Regency, Banten, Indonesia

Gunung Karang  is a volcano at the westernmost end of Banten, Indonesia. It is one of the best trekking destinations in Banten and also there are so many peoples visit this place because of its scenic beauty and the view from the top of the mountain.

Meratus MountainsMeratus Mountains, Loksado, South Hulu Sungai Regency, South Kalimantan, Indonesia

The Meratus Mountains is a mountain range in the Indonesian province of South Kalimantan, on Borneo island. The mountains run in a north-south arc that divides South Kalimantan province into two almost equal parts. Its highest peak is Mount Besar with 1,892 meters.  The mountains are inhabited by the "semi-nomadic" Meratus Dayak people.  In the 1990s the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation reintroduced 350 orangutans into the protected Meratus and Sungai Wain forests. Due to extensive deforesta

Mount BaturMt Batur, South Batur, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia

An active volcano located at the center of two concentric calderas. The eruption that brought this volcano to be visible above the ocean is one of the most forceful across the earth. This volcano is marked by a collapsed top, called a caldera.

Mount BromoMt Bromo, Podokoyo, Tosari, Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia

An active volcano and part of the Tengger massif, in East Java, Indonesia. The massif area is one of the most visited tourist attractions in East Java, Indonesia. The volcano belongs to the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. The name of Bromo derived from the Javanese pronunciation of Brahma, the Hindu creator god.

Mount CeremeMount Cereme, Bantaragung, Sindangwangi, Majalengka Regency, West Java, Indonesia

Mount Ciremai/Cereme is a dominating symmetrical stratovolcano in West Java, Indonesia. It is located to the southwest of the major town of Cirebon. Mt Ciremai is strikingly visible towards the south from the main west-east corridor (Jakarta-Surabaya) rail link along the north coast of Java. It is the highest point of West Java.

Mount EgonMount Egon, Nangatobong, Waigete, Sikka Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Mount Egon is a stratovolcano located in the southeastern part of the island of Flores, Indonesia in the area of Maumere bay. A landslide during the eruption on 29 January 2004 forced 6,000 people to evacuate the area. Activity of Gunung Egon on 15 April 2008 forced thousands of people to evacuate. Quakes and fumes from the volcano have been occurring since November 2010, designating Egon as one of 11 volcanoes in Indonesia on the highest level alert.

Mount GedeMount Gede, Cipendawa, Pacet, Cianjur Regency, West Java, Indonesia

Mount Gede or Gunung Gede is a stratovolcano in West Java, Indonesia. The volcano contains two peaks with Mount Gede as one peak and Mount Pangrango for the other one. Three major cities, Cianjur, Sukabumi and Bogor, are located in the volcano complex at the east, south and northwest, respectively, along with suburban growth. Itis now one of the popular tourist attractions in Indonesia.

Mount HalimunMount Halimun, Cisarua, Sukajaya, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

Mount Halimun is a mountain in the island of Java, Indonesia. It is protected by the Mount Halimun Salak National Park. Mount Halimun is in the volcanic belt of the Bandung Zone. It is a stratovolcano formed during the Pleistocene. It is on the border between Banten province and West Java province.  it is one of the best trekking zones in West java.

Mount IjenIjen, East Java, Indonesia

It has a one-kilometer-wide turquoise-colored acidic crater lake. The lake is the site of a labor-intensive sulfur mining operation, in which sulfur-laden baskets are carried by hand from the crater floor.

Mount IyaMount Iya, Kel. Tanjung, South Ende, Ende Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Iya is a stratovolcano located in the south-central part of the island of Flores, Indonesia, south of the city of Ende. It is one of the beautiful trekking destination in Indonesia and it attracts a lot of tourists every year.

Mount KabaMount Kaba, Sambirejo, Selupu Rejang, Rejang Lebong Regency, Bengkulu, Indonesia

Kaba, a twin volcano with Mount Hitam in Bengkulu Province of Indonesia, has an elongated summit crater complex dominated by three large historically active craters trending ENE from the summit to the upper NE flank. The SW-most crater of Gunung Kaba, Kawah Lama, is the largest. Most historical eruptions have affected only the summit region of the volcano. It is now one of the beautiful trekking destinations in Bengkulu.

Mount KerinciMount Kerinci, South Lubuk Gadang, Sangir, South Solok Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia

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.

Mount KunyitMount Kunyit, Lubuk Bento, Pondok Suguh, Mukomuko Regency, Bengkulu, Indonesia

Mount Kunyit is a fumarolic stratovolcano on Sumatra, Indonesia. The summit contains two craters; the uppermost is a crater lake. It is now one of the trekking and tourist destination in Indonesia.

Mount LawuMt. Lawu, Area Hutan, Gondosuli, Tawangmangu, Karanganyar Regency, Central Java, Indonesia

Mount Lawu, or Gunung Lawu, is a massive compound stratovolcano straddling the border between East Java and Central Java, Indonesia. The only reported activity of Lawu took place in 1885 when rumblings and light volcanic ash falls were reported.

Mount LeuserMount Leuser, Cike, Kutapanjang, Gayo Lues Regency, Aceh, Indonesia

Mount Leuser is one of three prominent peaks on the Leuser Range in the Indonesian province of Aceh. The range lies to the south and west of the Alas River that flows east from the Gayo highlands of central Aceh before turning south through Karo Batak country in North Sumatra province. The Leuser region is of ancient uplifted formations - it is non-volcanic. The region is billed as the largest wilderness area in South-East Asia. It is often assumed, incorrectly, that the highest peak is Mount Le