• Kerinci
    Hiking,  Indonesia,  Kerinci,  Semeru

    All You Need To Know About Hiking Mount Kerinci (3,805m): Indonesia Highest Volcano!

    Introduction Mount Kerinci (3,805 m) is the highest volcano in Indonesia and the highest mountain in Sumatra.  It is still an active volcano and is part of the Kerinci Seblat National Park, the largest national park in Sumatra Island, Indonesia and also home to the endangered species of Sumatran Tigers and Rhinoceros.  Luckily or unluckily, you don’t get to see Sumatran Tigers or Rhinos, that is the other side of the mountain where it is of course off-limits to casual hikers like us. Having done many Indonesian mountains before this, Kerinci was not high on my priority list. I have heard that it wasn’t that pleasant a trek and didn’t have…

  • Kerinci
    Hiking,  Indonesia,  Kerinci

    Planning A Trip to Mount Kerinci (3,805m): Indonesia Highest Volcano!

    Introduction Mount Kerinci (3,805 m) is the highest volcano in Indonesia and the highest mountain in Sumatra. It is surprisingly quite straight forward to plan a trip to hike Mount Kerinci, the only difficult thing being deciding the transport options. Mount Kerinci is still an active volcano and is part of the Kerinci Seblat National Park, the largest national park in Sumatra Island, Indonesia and also home to the endangered species of Sumatran Tigers and Rhinoceros.  The trek can be quite a strenuous 2D1N climb. The altitude gain is longer than I expected. Be prepared for a raw experience and a muddy climb through the thick foliage of the jungle. It also gives…

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