Category: mountain indonesia

Mt. Papandayan

PROFILE: Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Papandayan; Note: Mount Papandayan has several craters, among them ‘Mas Crater’, ‘Baru Crater’, ‘Nangklak Crater’, and ‘Manuk crater’. The craters remove the steam from the inside… Conservation: Papandayan Nature Tourist Park; Papandayan Nature Reserve GOVERMENT ADMINISTRATION Province West Java City / Regency Kabupaten Garut Kabupaten Bandung Distrik

Mt. Guntur

PROFILE: Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Guntur; Mt. Gede Note: Mount Guntur adjacent to other mountains that surround the city of Garut. To the south of Mount Guntur, there is a ‘Gunung Putri’ facing ‘Mount Cikuray’ and ‘Mount Papandayan’, then in the west there is ‘Mount Masigit’, ‘Mount Parupuyan’, and other mountains. In

Mt. Cikuray

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Cikuray; Mt Cikurai; Mt. Srimanganti (Srimanganten) Note: – Conservation: – GOVERMENT ADMINISTRATION Province West Java City / Regency Kabupaten Garut Distrik Kecamatan Cigedug; Kecamatan Cikajang; Kecamatan Banjarwangi; Kecamatan Cilawu; Kecamatan Bayongbong; Village 1.1 Desa Barusuda; 1.2 Desa Cintanagara; 1.3 Desa Sindangsari; 1.4 Desa Sukahurip; 2.1 Desa Giriawas

Mt. Galunggung

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Galunggung Note: Tasikmalaya is located in the southern part of West Java, bordering on Garut City in the west and with City of Ciamis in the east. Tasikmalaya name originally was Tawang / Galunggung which in Sundanese means ‘wide rice field’. Tawang’s name was changed to Tasikmalaya

Mt. Halimun

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Halimun Note: Mount Halimun is a mountain that lies between most of Sukabumi Regency, also Bogor Regency, and Lebak Regency. To the east of this mountain is Mount Salak. The name Halimun comes from Sundanese which means “fog”... Conservation: Mt. Halimun Salak National Park GOVERMENT ADMINISTRATION Province

Mt. Salak

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Salak Note: Many think the origin of the name “Salak” is from the barking plants, but actually comes from the Sanskrit word, ‘salaka’ which means “silver”. Mount Salak is a strato volcano type A. The highest peak (Peak Salak I) according to Hartmann (1938) is the oldest

Mt. Gede

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Gede; Mt Gde; Mt. Ageung Note: It has several craters, namely Gumuruh, Gede, Sela, Ratu, Lanang, Wadon and Baru located on the peak areas that form the straightness along 1000 m. It extends from north-northwest direction. Gede Crater is located on the northwest side of Gumuruh crater,

Mt. Ciremai

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Ciremai; Mt. Cereme Note: The name of this mountain is derived from the word cereme (Phyllanthus acidus, a small fruity plant with a sour grass), but it is often called Ciremai, a symptom of ‘hipercorect’ due to the number of place names in the Pasundan region using

Mt. Pulosari

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Pulosari Note: Mount Pulosari is a volcano, although no eruption data ever occurs, but there is fumarole activity occurring on the caldera wall with a depth of 300 meters. Mount Pulosari (Pandeglang Regency) has been established in one Mining Working Area (WKP) of Geothermal namely WKP Kaldera

Mt. Karang

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Karang Note: Mount Karang enters the Stratovolcano group which has the potential to erupt. This mountain has a peak named ‘Seven Well (ind: Sumur Tujuh)’, which is the highest mountain in Banten Province… Conservation: Rawa Danau Nature Reserve; GOVERMENT ADMINISTRATION Province Banten City / Regency Kabupaten Pandeglang