Mount Carstensz Pyramid Expedition Trip
Carstensz Pyramid is the highest peak in Australia/Oceania (16.023 feet/4884m) and also the one of seven summits in the World. In 1962, A famous Austrian writer, Heinrich Harrer, known as an author of “Seven Years in Tibet” became the first man who climbed “Puncak Jaya” or Ngapulu or Carstensz Pyramid.
Sudirman Mountain, there are two major tribes that inhabit the area, Amungme tribe inhabiting mountainous areas, Kamoro tribe on the coast and still have spare kinship Dani / Lani tribe, Damal tribe, Mee tribe, Nduga tribe, Moni tribe
There are two ways to reach Carstensz Pyramid. First, with the classic way, there is passing through Ilaga / Pinapa and Sugapa / Bilogai. It takes 4 -5 days to reach the base camp, through tropical rain forests and mountain Highland with elevation start from 2000 m until 4200 m..
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Dec 17, 2011