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Me and my girlfriend spent many evenings researching Mount Batur and Mount Agung. Due to Mount Agung’s fairly recent activity this was quickly crossed off our list. The more we researched Mount Batur the more we read stories of the so called ‘mountain mafia’ that...More
Mt. abang was not famous like mt batur, typically mountain with forest mt abang give something different than mt batur. Its more high than mt batur , approximately takes 3,5 hours walk to go the top. If you foreigner you need some guide even the...More
With its 2150 meters, Mount Abang is located at the rim of the Batur caldera and is the third highest peak on Bali after Mount Agung and Mount Batukaru. The volcano is considered as dormant and is still natural and untouched by human development except...More
I was here yesterday and this hill so freaking awesome! It's not have a good view on the top and has a small space but its has a fabulous view of mt batur, batur lake ang Trunyan village from the 1st post. Nature jungle view,...More
Mount Abang is the outer of the huge Batur Caldera, this climbing in mostly under the forest between the buttom to the top. The top is also covered by forg mostly the day time. For the climbing is still nice though the views won't be...More
Mount Abang is the neighbour of Mount Batur. If you're in Kintamani, just follow the road across Geopark Museum. For local we paid IDR15.000,- but for tourist IDR210.000,- (I'm sure it can be negotiated). We started climbing at 2am and reach the top at 6am....More
Challenging hike, very under-the-radar with tourists and beautiful views from the top. View isn't great during the hike up though there are some clearings. Payoff at the summit is worth it, as it's quiet.