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Most of you have known that mount Batur is one of the most beautiful mounts in Bali. Then, do you know or ever think of the mount Batur height? You may never think about that because enjoying is more important for you. But it is much better for you to understand it. Let’s see the explanations below!
The Height of Mount Batur
The height of Mount Batur, which only reaches 1,717m above sea level, makes beginner climbers prefer the tracks here because to be able to reach its peak, you only need about 1.5 – 2 hours. This is different when you climb on Mount Agung with longer paths and difficult terrain.
Although the hiking trail is shorter with easier terrain, when climbing on Mount Batur Bali you are highly recommended to use the Guide facility because the mount Batur height is very special. This is due to the safety and security factors of each climber. But even so, there are still many climbers who are desperate to make their own climb without using the services of the Mount Batur Trekking Guide because the rent is more expensive.
The Route to the Starting Point of Mount Batur
How about the route of starting point to the mount Batur? Well, from Kuta you can go directly to Kintamani, Bangli. precisely to Penelokan village (Kintamani), find a way down to Lake Batur. Then, you continue to follow the way down until there is a junction, from there turn left. And after going through a road surrounded by dry lava rock due to the eruption of Mount Batur which is quite long, then you will arrive at Toya Bungkah Village. See how amazing the mount Batur height is!
Hiking Trail of Mountain Batur
Mount Batur is the second highest mountain in Bali after Mount Agung, has 2 lanes, namely Toya Bungkah village and Jati Temple. Estimated climbing time is approximately 1.5 hours to 2 hours depending on your speed when climbing, usually, tourists prefer via the Thoya Bungkah line.
Tips for climbing Mount Batur
The most important thing is, take your garbage down, don’t litter, don’t cross out whatever you pass, and don’t damage the nature.
Like the other mountains in Indonesia especially mountains in Bali, it is recommended for you to exercise a week before climbing, although exactly the mountain Batur is not too high, but the route is quite challenging for beginner climbers, to prevent cramps so it is highly recommended to exercise first before getting or climbing the mount Batur.
You may bring raw eggs from the bottom to boil them when they reach the top, even though some sell above but the price can be much more expensive.
You can take into account the climbing time if you do not bring a tent, do not let you reach the top a few hours before sunrise, besides waiting too long for the sunrise we can also shiver with cold.
You need to bring enough items because this mountain is not too high, do not burden yourself when climbing, and of course, use mountain shoes or sandals so as not to slip easily.
You may use guide services if you have never climbed in mount Batur height to maintain safety, we can negotiate price issues to get a suitable price. In other words, if you have more money or cost, you should use the services of a Guide only. To get a flexible price, you can use the services of the company of Bali Trekking Trip.
This Bali trekking company includes as a company which has many experiences and provides many kinds of tour packages of Bali trekking. This trip company gives affordable prices to each package that it provides. The facilities are comprehensive and the team is experienced. Do not think more about the payment because it is so flexible. Directly, you could make it on the end time of your tour to the team without cancellation fee and also deposit. So, try to use this service of Bali Trekking Trip.
But if you are a professional climber and have a lot of climbing experience. Then please do the climbing privately without using the services of the Guide. Happy climbing the mount Batur height!
Mount Batur Height
Bali Trekking Trip Blog 2019