Category: mountain east java

Mt. Wilis

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Wilis; Note: Mount Wilis is a volcano (rest) located in East Java, Indonesia. According to OTF Map Fist Editions AMS 1 (1942) Prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers U.S.Army: Mount Wilis (2,169 meters) lies a series within the Wilis Mountains. The highest peak of the

Mt. Kelud

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Kelud ; [Kelut (java); Klut, Cloot, Kloet, / Kloete Dutch)] Note: There is a magnetic field phenomenon which until now remains a mystery. Objects, especially metal moving up / altitude, against gravity. To this day there is still no scientific explanation about this phenomenon … Conservation: Besowo Gadungan Nature Reserve; Manggis Gadungan

Mt. Arjuna-Welirang Complex

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Arjuna-Welirang Complex ; Note: Mount Arjuno is adjacent to Mount Welirang, Mount ‘Kembar I’, and Mount ‘Kembar II’. The summit of Mount Arjuno lies on one ridge equal to the peak of Welirang mountain, so the complex is often referred to as Arjuno-Welirang. The Arjuno-Welirang complex itself

Mt. Bromo

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Bromo Note: Know Bromo certainly will never be separated from Tengger Caldera. The 16-km wide Tengger Caldera is located at the northern tip of a massive volcano that extends from Mount Semeru. The Tengger volcanic complex is estimated to have massive activity around 820,000 years ago. This

Mt. Semeru

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Semeru Note: Mount Semeru is the highest mountain in Java Island, with its peak Mahameru, Crater at the peak of Mount Semeru known as Jonggring Saloko. In 1913 and 1946 Jonggring Saloka crater has a dome with an altitude of 3744.8 m until the end of November

Mt. Penanggungan

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Penanggungan; Mt. Pawitra Note: Mount Penanggungan (formerly named Mount Pawitra) (1,653 m above sea level) is a cone volcano, is resting. Mount Penanggungan is a small mountain located on one cluster with Mount Arjuno and Mount Welirang which is much larger. Mount Penanggungan is often referred to

Mt. Ijen

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Ijen; Note: Mount Ijen last erupted in 1999. One of the most famous natural phenomena of Mount Ijen is the crater located at its peak. Ijen Crater is an acidic crater lake located at the top of Mount Ijen with a height of 2,443 meters above sea

Mt. Raung

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Raung; Note: Geographically, the location of this mountain is in the area of the Ijen Mountain complex and became the highest peak of the cluster of mountains. Calculated from the highest point, Mount Raung is the second highest mountain in East Java after Mount Semeru, and became

Mt. Argopura

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Argopura (Argopuro); Note: Mount Argapura is a former volcano that is no longer active. This mountain is located in the Wildlife Reserve of ‘Iyang’, so the complex is often called ‘Iyang-Argapura’. Complex ‘Iyang-Argapura’ is a gigantic volcano complex that dominates the landscape between Mount Raung and Mount

Mt. Lawu

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Lawu Note: On the slopes is a small crater that still releases water vapor (fumarole) and sulfur (solfatara). Mount Lawu has a forest area of Dipterocarp Hill, Upper Dipterocarp Forest, Montane forest, and Ericaceous forest. Mount Lawu has three peaks, including Hargo Dalem peak, Hargo Dumiling peak