Mount Agung – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

the Batur caldera, west of Agung, Mount Agung photo

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Rinjani at a distance of 106 km to the east,  after sunrise, Mount Agung photo

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  • Elevation: 3142 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: May, June, July, August
  • Convenient center: Besakih

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Rinjani at a distance of 106 km to the east,  before sunriseview on Baturview to the Batur calderaa new group approaching the peak

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mount Agung:

1. Batur (1717 m) 18.4 km
2. Mount Batur (1717 m) 18.4 km
3. Bratan (2276 m) 42.2 km
4. Gunung Rinjani (3726 m) 106.1 km
5. Mount Rinjani (3726 m) 106.3 km
6. Baluran (1247 m) 136.8 km
7. Ijen (2799 m) 143.0 km
8. Mount Raung (3332 m) 163.3 km
9. Raung (3332 m) 163.3 km
10. Iyang-argapura (3088 m) 217.5 km


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