Mount Rinjani trekking guide
All the cliches you’ve heard about climbing mountains are true. Metaphorically, conquering a mountain feels like overcoming an obstacle in life. Whether it’s to test your athletic abilities or to escape urban life and admire nature’s beauty, there are many reasons to enjoy a mountain trek.
As the second-highest volcano in Indonesia, standing at 3,726m in height, trekking through Mount Rinjani is no easy feat. The terrain is steep for about a third of the journey while the ground is mostly loose rubble. Not only does hiking Rinjani require a good level of fitness, but you also need the mental strength to persevere through the challenge.
Here’s our guide on how to conquer the mountain: