Helloindonesia.id – Are you a lover of nature and a mountain lover? It’s not complete if you haven’t felt the sensation of climbing on a mountain that is very famous for its natural charm. With an altitude of 3,726 meters above sea level and located north of the island of Lombok, Mount Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia. Entering the Mount Rinjani National Park area and surrounded by forests and shrubs covering an area of 76,000 hectares is a beautiful sight for Mount Rinjani.
Mount Rinjani has a crater about 10 km wide and there is a crater lake called Segara Anak lake with a depth of about 230 m. With the color of the water that turns blue like a sea child, the water flowing from this lake forms a very beautiful waterfall and flows through a steep gorge. Many climbers are fishing in this lake because there are many carp and tilapia.
There are 2 hiking trails to reach the Rinjani Peak, namely the Sembalun Line and the Senaru Line. The Sembalun Line is a favorite route for climbers because even though the tracks are longer but can save 700 m altitude.
On the Sembalun Line, climbers will go through a vast and beautiful expanse of savanna fields. There are 3 resting posts on this line, and after heading 3 the climbers will face steep slopes with a slope of about 60 degrees. While on the Senaru Line, climbers will pass through tropical forests that are quite thick and steep. Similar to the Sembalun Line, this route also has 3 resting posts before arriving at the pelawangan post which is usually used as a camping area.
The charm of Mount Rinjani is almost perfect, so there is no doubt that Rinjani is an attraction that is able to attract the interest of foreign and domestic tourists to climb it. And climbing Mount Rinjani will certainly be a memory and a life experience that will not be forgotten.