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UPDATE: JULY, 23 2021

Mountain climbing routes are not always open because there are several situations and conditions that force the hiking trails to be closed. Such as extreme weather, increased volcanic activity, landslides, the presence of climbers who died, disease outbreaks such as the current spread of COVID 19, and various other conditions that can endanger climbers.

So before climbing the mountain we have to find information about the status of the mountain climbing route that we will climb. Is it open or closed, it's not funny when you go all the way to basecamp climbing through a street storm, right when the basecamp closes.

Here we summarize some of the latest updated mountain climbing statuses for the opening and closing of mountain climbing routes in Indonesia.

THE SEVEN SUMMITS OF INDONESIA

The 7 summits of Indonesia are the 7 highest peaks in Indonesia on each of the major islands including the islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Lombok, Maluku, and Papua. The seven highest peaks are located on the seven mountains on each of the islands and bear the roof status of the island where the mountain is located.

The following are some of the mountains that are included in The 7 Summit of Indonesia with the status of open or closed hiking trails on the mountain.

CARTENSZ PYRAMID Peak - Papua

It has a height of 4,884 MDPL making it the roof of Papua and Indonesia

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The hiking trail to the Carstensz Pyramid Peak, Jayawijaya Mountains, Papua is closed to prevent the spread of the covid 19 viruses. In addition, this closure is also exacerbated by security conditions on the route to Cartenz which is still a red zone due to the KKB shootout with the TNI and Polri in Intan Jaya, Papua.

KERINCI Mountain - Sumatra

It has a height of 3,805 masl making it the roof of Sumatra

Ascent Status: OPEN

Mount Kerinci Seblat National Park has re-opened for the Mount Kerinci hiking trail starting May 18, 2021, after previously being closed to welcome Eid Al-Fitr.

RINJANI Mountain - Lombok

Has a height of 3,726 masl making it the roof of Lombok

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Rinjani National Park Office has temporarily closed the hiking trails for Mount Rinjani via Senaru, Sembalun, Timbanuh, and Aik. OPEN starting May 18, 2021. Climbers must comply with strict health protocols to prevent the COVID-19 virus.

SEMERU Mountain - Jawa

Has a height of 3,676 MDPL making it the roof of Java

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All tours in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (Mount Bromo and Mount Semeru) The closure related to the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM was extended until 25 July 2021. Previously, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park was CLOSED from 3 - 20 July 2021 in the framework of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID-19 virus in Indonesia.

LATIMOJONG Mountain - Sulawesi

Has a height of 3,430 MDPL making it the roof of Sulawesi

Ascent Status: OPEN

The climbing of Mount Latimojong has been opened to the public on March 17, 2021. The climbing routes that are opened are the public route, the Red Water Route, and the Pepandungan route by implementing strict health protocols and climbers are required to bring a certificate of rapid antigen test.

BINAIYA Mountain - Maluku

Has a height of 3,027 masl making it the roof of Maluku

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Manusela National Park, which includes Mount Binaiya, has been closed since March 19, 2020, until an undetermined time limit. This is to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

BUKIT RAYA Mountain - Kalimantan

Has a height of 2,278 MDPL making it the roof of Borneo

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Bukit Raya hiking trail in Kalimantan has been closed since March 16, 2020. This closure was taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.


MOUNTAIN WEST JAVA

In West Java, there are indeed several towering mountains ranging from Mount Ciremai which is nicknamed the Roof of West Java to mountains that have a height below 2,000 meters above sea level which are abundant in the Bandung and East Priangan areas (Garut, Tasik, Ciamis and surrounding areas)

The following are some of the mountains in West Java with the status of open or closed hiking trails on the mountain.

ARTAPELA Mountain

Has a height of 2,194 masl, Bandung

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Artapela climbing route via Cirawa is temporarily closed due to the soaring number of positive cases of COVID 19 in Bandung and its surroundings. This closure will be carried out until July 25, 2021, and there is a possibility that it will be extended depending on the increasing conditions of Covid 19 cases in Bandung and its surroundings.

BURANGRANG Mountain

Has a height of 2,056 masl in Bandung

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The climbing route for Mount Burangrang Bandung is temporarily closed due to the soaring number of positive cases of COVID 19 in Bandung and its surroundings. This closure is carried out until July 25, 2021 and there is the possibility of being extended depending on the increasing conditions of Covid 19 cases in Bandung and its surroundings.

CIKURAY Mountain

Has a height of 2,821 MDPL, Garut

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Cikuray climbing route via Gerot Footprint, via Transmitter, via Pamalayan, Bayongbong, and Kiara Janggot routes CLOSED starting July 4, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID-19 virus in the Garut and surrounding areas.

CIREMAI Mountain

Has a height of 3,078 masl, Kuningan - Majalengka

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The entire Mount Ciremai Climbing Path (via Palutungan, via Linggasana, via Apuy and via Linggarjati) CLOSED from 2 - 25 July 2021. This closure was carried out as part of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the spread of the COVID 19 virus which is getting higher.

GALUNGGUNG Mountain

Has a height of 2,168 MDPL, Tasikmalaya

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All hiking trails and Mount Galunggung tours are Temporarily CLOSED starting from July 3, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure was carried out in the context of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID-19 virus in Indonesia.

GEDE-PANGRANGO Mountain

Has an altitude of 2,958 and 3,019 masl, Cianjur - Sukabumi

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All hiking trails in the Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park (Gunung Gede and Mount Pangrango) will be CLOSED from 4 - 25 July 2021 in the context of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID 19 virus in Indonesia.

GUNTUR Mountain

It has a height of 2,249 MDPL and is located in the Garut area

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Guntur climbing route via Cities and Cikahuripan is CLOSED from 5 - 20 July 2021 in the context of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID 19 virus in Indonesia.

MANGLAYANG Mountain

Has a height of 1,818 masl, Bandung

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Manglayang hiking trail via Batu Kuda and Via Barubeureum is temporarily closed due to the soaring number of positive cases of COVID 19 in Bandung and its surroundings. This closure is carried out until July 25, 2021, and there is the possibility of being extended depending on the increasing conditions of Covid 19 cases in Bandung and its surroundings.

PAPANDAYAN Mountain

Has a height of 2,665 MDPL Garut

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Nature tourism and climbing Mount Papandayan CLOSED from 27 June 2021 until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the increasing spread of the COVID-19 virus in the Garut and surrounding areas.

PATUHA Mountain

Has a height of 2,440 masl in Bandung

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The hiking trail for Mount Patuha is temporarily closed due to the soaring number of positive cases of COVID 19 in Bandung and its surroundings. This closure is carried out until July 25, 2021, and there is the possibility of being extended depending on the increasing conditions of Covid 19 cases in Bandung and its surroundings.

SALAK Mountain

Has a height of 2,211 MDPL Bogor - Sukabumi

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Currently, Mount Salak is closed and there is no further information regarding the reopening of the hiking trail.

TANGKUBAN PERAHU Mountain

Has a height of 2,084 masl, Bandung

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Tangkuban Perahu Natural Tourism Park is temporarily CLOSED from July 3-25, 2021. This closure is due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the Covid 19 virus outbreak.


MOUNTAIN CENTRAL JAVA

Central Java has indeed become one of the main destinations for mountain climbers, especially the Wonosobo and surrounding areas. This is because the area is very close to several famous mountains and one of them is Mount Prau which has the best sunrise in Southeast Asia.

Not only that, but Central Java also has mountains dubbed the triple S, namely Sindoro, Sumbing, and Slamet. Where all three are the highest mountains in Central Java. Then there is also the beautiful charm of Mount Merbabu which makes climbers always yearn to come back to stop by in its vast and amazing savanna.

The following are some of the mountains in Central Java with the status of open or closed hiking trails on the mountain.

ANDONG Mountain

Has a height of 1,463 masl, Salatiga - Semarang - Magelang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Andong climbing route via Pendem and the route via Sawit CLOSED starting on June 29, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the entry of the Magelang, Semarang, and Salatiga regions into the red zone for the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

BISMO Mountain

Has a height of 2,365 masl, Wonosobo

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Bismo hiking trails via Deroduwur, via Sikunang, via Silandak, via Pulosari, via Maron and via Ngadam OPEN starting July 21, 2021 with the implementation of strict procedures.
Meanwhile, the Mount Bismo climbing route via Sikunang will only be OPEN on July 27, 2021.
Previously, the climbing of Mount Bismo closed on July 5-20, 2021 following the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

KEMBANG Mountain

Has a height of 2,320 masl, Wonosobo

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Kembang hiking trail via Blembem, via Lengkong will re-open from 26 July 2021 with the implementation of strict health protocols to prevent the COVID 19 virus outbreak. After previously CLOSED on 5 - 25 July 2021 following the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

LAWU Mountain

Has a height of 3,265 masl, Karanganyar - Ngawi - Magetan

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Lawu climbing route via Cemoro Sewu, via Ceto Temple, via Cemoro Kandang and via Singolangu Temporarily CLOSED from 3 - 20 July 2021 related to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the increasingly massive spread of the COVID 19 virus. However, until now there has been no official information on the reopening of the Mount Lawu hiking trail.

MERAPI Mountain

Has a height of 2,930 masl, Magelang - Yogyakarta

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Merapi is still closed for climbing, due to active volcanic activity and several eruptions (Status: Level III - SIAGA). The last update saw an increase in volcanic activity on November 4, 2020, and the Center for Research and Development of Geological Disaster Technology (BPPTKG) raised Merapi's status from Level II or "Waspada" to Level III or "Siaga".

MERBABU Mountain

Has a height of 3,145 masl, Magelang - Boyolali

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Merbabu National Park Office has again closed the climbing of Mount Merbabu for all climbing routes via Suwanting, via Wekas, via Selo, via Cunthel, and via Thekelan starting June 29, 2021, until an undetermined time. This is because Magelang Regency is included in the Red Zone for the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Whereas Mount Merbabu was only reopened on June 14, 2021, by requiring climbers to bring a letter from the Rapid Antigen or GeNose test result with a negative Covid 19 result. As well as strict health protocols to prevent the spread of the Covid 19 virus.

PRAU Mountain

Has a height of 2,565 masl, Wonosobo

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All Mount Prau hiking trails (via Patak Banteng, via Kalilembu, via Igrimanak, via Dieng, via Wates, and via Dieng Kulon) CLOSED in total from 5 - 20 July 2021 and extended until 25 July 2021 due to Mount Prau is located in the Wonosobo and Temanggaung areas, which are included in the area that must implement the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to prevent the massive spread of the COVID 19 virus.
The latest update for the Mount Prau hiking trail will reopen starting July 27, 2021, but is waiting for official information from the manager as well as the latest update on the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM.

SINDORO Mountain

Has a height of 3,136 masl, Temanggung

Ascent Status: OPEN

Mount Sindoro hiking trails via Kedung, via Sigedang, via Bansari, via Bedakah, and via Banaran will re-open from July 21, 2021, with the implementation of strict health protocols. Previously it was CLOSED on 4 - 20 July 2021 due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

SLAMET Mountain

Has a height of 3,428 MDPL, Purbalingga - Banyumas - Tegal - Brebes

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Slamet Climbing Path via Cemara Sakti - Pemalang is OPEN despite the recommendation to close during the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM.
The Mount Slamet Climbing Path via Bambangan and Mount Malang - Purbalingga will be CLOSED again from 3 - 20 July 2021 related to Micro PPKM in Purbalngga Regency.
While the climbing route via Guci - Tegal is still CLOSED until July 20, 2021, due to the increasing spread of the COVID outbreak in the Tegal district.
The route via Kaliwadas - Brebes, Via Dipajaya - Pemalang, via Baturaden - Purwokerto is CLOSED. Meanwhile, for the climbing route via Juramangu and via Penakir, there is still no news about the re-opening of the climb. Hikers are expected to adhere to the implementation of strict health protocols to prevent the COVID-19 virus.

SUMBING Mountain

Has a height of 3,371 masl, Magelang - Wonosobo - Temanggung

Ascent Status: OPEN

Mount Sumbing hiking trails via Banaran, via Gajah Mungkur, via Kledung, via Batusari, and via Bowongso OPEN from July 21, 2021, with the implementation of strict health protocols.
Meanwhile, the climbing route via Kaliangkrik Need (Nepal van Java) and via Mangli is temporarily closed from June 29, 2021, until an undetermined time limit.
The Ascent route via Garung, will be temporarily closed starting July 3, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the Magelang Regent's circular because the Magelang area is still in the red zone for the spread of the COVID 19 virus and the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM.

TELOMOYO Mountain

Has a height of 1,894 masl, Semarang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Ascent of Mount Telomoyo via Arsal, via Pagergedong, and via Dalangan temporarily CLOSED starting June 29, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the Semarang area being included in the red zone for the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

UNGARAN Mountain

Has a height of 2,050 MDPL, Semarang - Magelang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Climbing Mount Ungaran via Perantunan, via Mawar and via Medini Temporarily CLOSED due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.


MOUNTAIN EAST JAVA

East Java does have some amazing mountains, especially in the south of its territory. There is Mount Semeru which is the highest mountain on the island of Java and is still the seven summits of Indonesia. Then there is Mount Raung with the most extreme tracks in Indonesia and there is also Mount Bromo, whose beauty is the main attraction of domestic and foreign tourists.

The following are some of the mountains in East Java with the status of open or closed hiking trails on the mountain.

ANJASMORO Mountain

Has a height of 2,282 masl, Jombang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The climbing route of Mount Anjasmoro has not officially been opened for climbing. This is because the mountain, which is located in Jombang, is included in a protected conservation area.

ARGOPURO Mountain

Has a height of 3,088 MDPL

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The hiking trail of Mount Argopuro, which is famous for being the longest on the island of Java, is still closed since the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic began to attack Indonesia.

ARJUNO-WELIRANG Mountain

Has a height of 3,339 and 3,156 masl, Malang - Pasuruan

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Climbing Mount Arjuno and Welirang (Road via Lawang, via Sumber Brantas, via Cangar, via Purwosari, via Tretes) Temporarily CLOSED starting June 24, 2021 until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the Decree of the Governor of East Java No. 188/344/KPTS/013/2021 Regarding the Ninth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Micro-Based Community Activities to prevent the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

BROMO Mountain

Has a height of 2,329 masl, Probolinggo - Pasuruan - Malang - Lumajang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All tours in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (Mount Bromo and Mount Semeru) The closure related to the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM was extended until 25 July 2021. Previously, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park was CLOSED from 3 - 20 July 2021 in the framework of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID-19 virus in Indonesia.

BUTAK Mountain

Has a height of 2,868 masl, Malang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Butak (Bhutak) climbing route via Panderman is temporarily CLOSED from 3 - 25 July 2021 following the implementation of Emergency PPKM in Malang and Batu City to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

KELUD Mountain

Has a height of 1,731 masl, Malang - Kediri - Blitar

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Kelud climbing route via the Tunggul Resjo route, and via Karangrejo temporarily CLOSED from July 3, 2021, until an undetermined time limit. This closure was carried out due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM in a step to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

PENANGGUNGAN Mountain

Has a height of 1,653 masl, Pasuruan - Mojokerto

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Penanggungan climbing route (via Tamiajeng, via Jolotundo, via Kedungudi route, via Telogo) Temporarily CLOSED for an undetermined time limit due to the implementation of PPKM Micro to prevent the covid 19 virus outbreak. Until now there has been no information on the reopening for climbing Mount Penanggungan.

PUTHUK GRAGAL Mountain

Has a height of 1,480 masl, Mojokerto

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Ascent of Mount Puthuk Gragal is temporarily closed from 3 - 25 July 2021. This closure is due to the implementation of the Java and Bai Emergency PPKM (Enforcement of Community Activity Restrictions) to prevent the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

RAUNG Mountain

Has a height of 3,260 masl, Banyuwangi

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Raung, which is a mountain with the most extreme tracks in Indonesia, is still CLOSED. This is because Mount Raung has increased volcanic activity and has erupted several times on January 21, 2021. So the status of Mount Raung has been raised to Level II (Alert). So that the climbing route of Mount Raung (via Kalibaru, and via Sumber Waringin) is CLOSED until an undetermined time limit.

WILIS Mountain

Has a height of 2,169 masl, Malang

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The climbing route of Mount Wilis via Candi Penampihan is CLOSED from 3 July 2021 until an undetermined time limit. This closure is related to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

IJEN CRATER

Has a height of 2,779 masl, Banyuwangi

Ascent Status: CLOSED

All tours in the Ijen Crater TWA area will be CLOSED from 3 - 25 July 2021 in the context of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM due to the increasingly massive spread of the COVID 19 virus in Indonesia.


MOUNTAIN OUTSIDE THE ISLAND OF JAVA

Not only the mountains on the island of Java are the favorites of Indonesian climbers. It turns out that several mountains outside of Java also have their charm and appeal.

The following are some of the mountains outside Java Island with the status of open or closed hiking trails on the mountain.

ABANG Mountain - Bali

Has a height of 2,152 masl, Bali

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Abang hiking trail in Bali is CLOSED from 3 - 20 July 2021 due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

AGUNG Mountain - Bali

Has a height of 3,031 masl, Bali

Ascent Status: CLOSED

Mount Agung hiking trail, Bali is CLOSED because its status is still Level II (Alert) it is forbidden to climb 2km from the crater rim of Mount Agung. For the current climb, it depends on the policy in the village where the starting point of the hiking trail is.

BATUKARU Mountain - Bali

Has a height of 2,276 masl, Bali

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Batur hiking trail in Batukaru is CLOSED from 3 - 20 July 2021 due to the implementation of the Java and Bali Emergency PPKM to fight the spread of the COVID 19 virus.

BATUR Mountain - Bali

Has a height of 1,717 masl, Bali

Ascent Status: CLOSED

The Mount Batur hiking trail in Bali has been officially CLOSED since March 23, 2021, and until now there is no information about it being opened.

DEMPO Mountain - Sumatra Selatan

Has an altitude of 3,173 masl, Pagaralam, South Sumatra

Ascent Status: OPEN

Had been temporarily closed during the turn of the year, the Mount Dempo hiking trail has now reopened starting January 4, 2021, with the implementation of strict health protocols to prevent the spread of the Covid 19 virus.

LEUSER Mountain - Aceh

Has a height of 3,119 masl, Aceh

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Leuser hiking trail, which is the longest hiking trail in Southeast Asia, is OPEN to the public. The climbers are required to really prepare physically, mentally, logistics, and basic survival knowledge well. This is because the travel time of the Mount Leuser hiking trail takes about 14 to 17 days. So that logistics management and basic survival knowledge are mandatory for climbers.

PESAGI Mountain - Lampung

Has a height of 2,262 masl, Lampung

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Pesagi Mountain Climbing Path is OPEN to the public with the implementation of strict health protocols to prevent the covid 19 viruses.

SIBAYAK Mountain - Medan

Has a height of 2,212 masl, Medan

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Sibayak Climbing Path is again OPEN starting November 27, 2020. This decision was taken after the Bukit Barisan Tahura party sent a team to conduct research and came to the conclusion that there were no more conflicts with tigers that had previously gone viral on social media.

SOPUTAN Mountain - Sulawesi Utara

Has an altitude of 1,784 masl, North Sulawesi

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Soputan Ascent Path is OPEN and climbers are expected to continue to comply with the Covid 19 virus prevention health protocol.

TALAMAU Mountain - Sumatra Barat

Has a height of 2,913 masl, West Sumatra

Ascent Status: OPEN

The Mount Talamau Hiking Trail via Pinaga, West Pasaman, and also the hiking trail via Janjang Saribu, Lubuk Lndua is OPEN to the public. After previously being closed on January 1 - February 28, 2021, to restore the ecosystem around the hiking trail.

TAMBORA Mountain - Sumbawa

Has an altitude of 2,850 masl, Sumbawa

Ascent Status: OPEN

Mount Tambora hiking trail via Pancasila Ascent Trail, Doro ncanga Ascent Path, Piong Ascent Path, Kawinda Toi Ascent Path Open on Eid holidays. This opening continues to apply strict health protocols to prevent the spread of the Covid 19 virus. Not only that, but the Tambora National Park also limits climbing to only 30% of the normal climbing quota.


Because Indonesia is beautiful and if you want to enjoy it then get out of bed and start exploring. Keep exploring and keep on discovering amazing things in each of your explorations and see you at the highest peaks of Indonesia. If you have the latest information about the opening/closing of a more updated mountain climbing route, you can write it in the comments, friends, Explore Again.

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