Gunung Rinjani Climbing Notes
Please submit any useful information about climbing Gunung Rinjani that may be useful to other climbers. Consider things such as access and accommodation at the base of Gunung Rinjani, as well as the logistics of climbing to the summit.
May 12, 2015
Peter Lim from Indonesia
HOW TO GET IN MOUNTAIN RINJANI
Most visitors arrive via the village of senaru (600 m). on the northern side of the mountain and thus closer to the main resort areas of the west coast including Senggigi.if you are coming from padang bai-Bali you can take ferry which work 24 hours. or you can get a flight directly to Lombok International Airport at Tanak Aou.
Climbing Mount Rinjani
at 3,726 m, Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia. It is very climbable by visitors with a high level of phydical fitness. typically a trek to the rim involves two days and one night on mountain. The longer ascent to the summit can be done with just one night's camping but it often part of longer trek 3-4 days and two or three night.
you can go by trekking agency, we recommended you to with Rinjani Trek Adventure, their talented team of local guides, cooks, and porter and the best management strong knowledge over 10 year be guide for Mount Rinjani, their price are reasonable, they provide guide, porter to carry all trekking gear such as food and beverages for you, trekking equipment like sponge mattress with 6 cm, pillow, tent, toilet tent, sleeping bag, transportation, and accomodation in Senaru village. you can contact them via email firstname.lastname@example.org
February 07, 2014
Roland from Indonesia
The Rinjani is closed until 01.04.2014. From the Rinjani Mountain Garden, beautiful walks can be rendered in the interim.