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Mount Kerinci (also spelled Kerintji, among several other ways, and referred to as Gunung Kerinci, Gadang, Berapi Kurinci, Kerinchi, Korinci/Korintji, or Peak of Indrapura/Indrapoera) is an active Volcano and the highest mountain in sumtra indonesia. At 12,484 ft (3,805 m) above sea level, it provides Sumatra with the fith elevation maximum. It is surrounded by the lush forest of kerinci seblat, home to several endangered species including thesumtran tiger


At 3,805 metres (12,484 ft) above sea level, Kerinci is the highest volcano in indonesia, and the highest of any situated on an island that is a part of Asia. Kerinci is located in the border of the titular kerinci regency of jambi province and south solok regencyof west sumtra province, in the west central part of the island near the west coast, and is about 130 km (81 mi) south of padang

It is part of the barisan mountain a chain of volcanoes that span from the extreme northwest of the island (in aceh province) all the way to the extreme southeast (in lampung province). It is the most prominent feature of the terrain of kerinci seblat natiinal park, with pine-forested slopes rising 2,400–3,300 metres (7,900–10,800 ft) above the surrounding basin, and a cone 13 km (8 mi) wide and 25 km (16 mi) long at the base, elongated in the north-south direction. At the summit there is a deep 600 m (1,969 ft) wide crater, often partially filled by a small crater lake on the northeast side of the crater floor.

View into the Kerinci crater.

Volcanic activity

Kerinci is more active than most Indonesian volcanoes, with nearly annual phetrict erouption . In 2004, Kerinci erupted and continues to spew clouds of sulphurous smoke, with plumes reaching as high as 1,000 m (3,281 ft) above the summit. In 2009, Kerinci erupted again and followed by June 2, 2013 eruption with 600 m (1,969 ft) spewed black smoke.[1]


Kerinci was first climbed in December 1877 by Dutch mountaineers Arend Ludolf van Hasselt and Daniël David Veth. It can be climbed from the village of Kersik Tuo, 6 or 7 hours away from padang by car or bus. The climb and descent normally takes 2 days and 1 night, when choosing to go all the way to the summit. Climbers may also choose to go up only as far as Camp 2 or 3, skipping the summit attempt, which requires a pre-dawn climb. Kerinci’s terrain consists of thick jungle, and can get muddy and slippery even if there are only mild drizzles, which may occur occasionally even during the dry season. To climb the volcano a guide is needed, as required by the Kerinci Seblat National Park. There have been rare cases of people disappearing and/or dying from exposure or falls after attempting to trek alone.


When is the best time to climb Mount Kerinci?

It is advisable to climb Mount Kerinci from April to September. During October to February, or March, the rainy season makes the soil take time to dry up and can still experience drizzles in the dry season. Don’t forget to pack waterproof clothes

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