How long does it take to hike Mount Rinjani?

How long does it take to hike Mount Rinjani?

2 to 4 days
Usually the estimated time needed by climbers in Rinjani climb is 2 to 4 days, and that depends on the fitness conditions of each person and depends on how he will enjoy the ride in Rinjani climbing. For climbers from Europe, America or generally large and strong, they prefer rinjani trekking for only 2 days.

Is Rinjani hard to climb?

Mount Rinjani trek difficulty – For the majority of people, climbing Rinjani is a very challenging experience. But anyone with a reasonable fitness level can manage to reach the crater rim, or even the summit.

Is Rinjani open?

On the 1st of April 2020, the trekking season for Mount Rinjani is reopening and the summit treks will be available again. Although a small part of the Crater Rim, coming from Senaru is still under construction, the way to the Summit will be cleared.

How much does it cost to climb Rinjani?

Mount Rinjani Trekking Package Price via Senaru Ascent Route

Rinjani Hike 2D/1N to Rim US$ 195 US$ 155
Explore Rinjani Crater Lake 3D/2N (without summit) US$ 250 US$ 190
Rinjani Trekking Tour 3D/2N to Summit US$ 255 US$ 195
Rinjani Trekking Package 4D/3N to Summit US$ 315 US$ 255

Can you climb Mount Rinjani without a guide?

The Rinjani Volcano is the second largest active volcano on the island Lombok, Indonesia and one of the popular hikes to do while you’re in Indonesia. Are you allowed to climb the Rinjani by yourself? A simple answer is: yes you can, a guide is not mandatory.

When did Mount Rinjani last erupt?

27 September 2016

Mount Rinjani
Last eruption 14:45, 27 September 2016 (WITA)
Easiest route Senaru
Normal route Sembalun

How high is Mount Rinjani?

Mount Rinjani/Elevation
At 3,726 meters tall, Gunung Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. The climb to the top may not be easy but it’s worth it, and is widely regarded as one of the best views in the country. Within the mountain is a crescent shaped lake, the breathtaking Segara Anak which is a spiritual place.

How do I get to Rinjani?

Getting to Mount Rinjani The easiest way to reach the mountain is to fly directly to Lombok International Airport (Airport Code: LOP) and then taking a long drive to the foot of Mount Rinjani. This drive takes about 2.5 – 3 hours, going through Mataram and circling half the island before finally getting to Rinjani.

Is Mount Rinjani closed?

Praya, Central Lombok, W Nusa (ANTARA) – The Mount Rinjani trekking route in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, will be closed from November 29, 2021 to March 31, 2022 due to extreme weather to ensure visitors’ safety.

What is Mount Rinjani known for?

At 3,726 meters tall, Gunung Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. The climb to the top may not be easy but it’s worth it, and is widely regarded as one of the best views in the country. Part of the famous ‘ring of fire’ this mountain also holds spiritual significance for the local people.

How thick were the pumice deposits near Mt Rinjani?

6 centimetres
The deposits from this eruption reached thicknesses of 6 centimetres (2.4 in) at 28 kilometres (17 mi) distance. Additional eruptions by either Rinjani or Samalas are dated 11,980 ± 40, 11,940 ± 40, and 6,250 ± 40 BP. Eruptive activity continued until about 500 years before 1257.

What type of volcano is Mt Rinjani?


Mount Rinjani
Age of rock Late Mesozoic
Mountain type Somma
Volcanic arc Sunda Arc
Last eruption 14:45, 27 September 2016 (WITA)

How hard is the Rinjani Trek?

As it turns out, trekking Rinjani is hard. Really freaking hard. The Rinjani trek starts with a climb of 1500 m over 8 km. Most of that elevation change takes place during in the final 4 km, which take about 4 hours.

Where is Mount Rinjani in Indonesia?

Mount Rinjani (from Sembalun) is a 17.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Lombok Utara, Sumbawa, Indonesia that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking.

How to get to Rinjani National Park?

There are two main points of entry to Rinjani National Park. You can ascend from the village of Sembalun or from Senaru. On three- and four-day hikes, you depart from one village and descend to the other. We highly recommend starting in Sembalun because of the way the trails are configured.

Why is there a volcano near Rinjani Lake?

On the edge of the lake sits an active volcano, Mount Barujari, which steadily spews threatening clouds of smoke into the air. Mount Barujari, inside the Rinjani crater, is still active and can erupt at any time. And at night, the sky is blanketed with stars so thick they look painted on.