Mount Abang Bali, a fruitful climbing struggle -->

Mount Abang Bali, a fruitful climbing struggle

Mount Abang Bali
Mount Abang Bali

Mount Abang Bali, is one of the mountains in Bali which is quite suitable for beginner climbers besides Mount Batur which is a favorite of climbers in Bali. The scenery is beautiful, the tracks are not too difficult, and the natural conditions are still beautiful, making Mount Abang a climbing place that is quite visited by climbers.



Mount Abang Bali is located in Kintamani District, Bangli Regency, Bali. If you depart from Denpasar, you only need about 2 hours. The journey is not too far to reach the climbing object. Then you don't need to worry about choosing a vehicle to get there, because with a motorbike you won't be tired on the road.


Mount Abang Bali
Mount Abang Bali, a fruitful climbing struggle

Gununng Abang has an altitude of 2152 meters above sea level, and is the third highest peak after 2 mountains in different districts, namely Gunung Agung in Karang Asem Regency and Gunung Bukaru in Tabanan Regency. The position of Mount Abang is lined with 2 mountains, namely Mount Batur and Mount Agung, and Mount Abang is in the middle. Mount Abang is also like a gate with Mount Batur, which flanks the largest lake in Bali, namely Lake Batur.


When you are at the top of Mount Abang, you can look around Mount Abang which is filled with beautiful baths. On the east side, you can see the majesty of the majestic mountains with views of Sunrice which makes you want to immediately upload it to Instagram. On the west side you can see the beauty of Mount Batur which is surrounded by the lake. And you will also feel in a country above the clouds. This is because if you are lucky, you will see a collection of fog covering the surface below.


Hiking Tracks

Mount Abang Bali
Mount Abang Bali, a fruitful climbing struggle

The view above is indeed beautiful, but you must fight first. The hiking trail is quite challenging. If you're not ready, maybe you won't make it to the butt. There are 3 posts on the hiking trail, each post has a pelinggih or temple, so you shouldn't act carelessly. And every level post is different.


Level 1

This level one is a track to get to the first post. This first track is easy, because the track is still flat and has a few inclines and descents. But it's not that easy, the sandy ground can make you slip if you're not alert. Because the sand makes the path slippery.


Level 2

Now after the first post, then you start to feel the name climbing. From post 1 to post 2, the track starts to get steep. If you take the wrong step, the risk is slipped. The paths are sandy and clayey, and there are fallen trees, making the path worthy of being called second level. But after arriving at post 2 you can see beautiful views of the lake and Mount Batur. If you want to set up a tent, post 2 can be a suitable place.


Level 3

After post 2, maybe you will think about continuing the climb. In this third level, is the last track to reach the top. To get to the top, the path will be much more steep and difficult than posts 1 and 2. The path will be more steep plus a slippery and sandy track, you will also find fallen trees too. Even though the distance is close to the top, because of the steep track, it will feel longer, compared to posts 1 and 2.


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After passing all these levels, then your battle will pay off. If you are lucky and hike in the right weather, you will probably get the aforementioned sights.


So, that was how to climb Mount Brother. Are you sure you want climbers there after climbing there? you should be sure. Even though it is said to be good for beginners, you need to prepare yourself to climb this mountain. However, keep in mind, if you climb on Mount Abang, you have to wear a good sword, if necessary, pray at each temple or pelinggih there for those who are Hindus, and those who are not Hindu can adjust. Then it is guaranteed that your climb will run smoothly without significant obstacles.