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The trek starts at 1,700 meters above sea level and ends at Mount Agung crater rim, which is 2,866 meters above sea level. Out of the two trails this is the more popular route as it is the 'easier' and shorter climb.
The Pura Besakih Trail (6-8 hours)
The trail starts at 1,200 meters and takes you to the absolute summit of Mount Agung (3,131 meters above sea level). As this hike is pretty brutal, it’s only recommended for people who are physically fit and well prepared. The bonus of this route is that there will be almost no other tourists at the summit.
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How to get there:
The best way to get to Mount Agung and do a sunrise hike, is by booking a guided tour. Your guide will pick you up at your hotel, bring you to the crater, will join you on the hike while explaining everything you need to know! Trust us, this is the easiest and best solution!
While it is technically possible to do it under your own steam, it's better not to :)
How to get the best picture:
- While it is possible to hike Mt Agung without a guide, we strongly recommend you do book a guide or a guided tour as it is too dangerous to tackle it on your own
- Bring warm clothes and decent hiking shoes
- Bring enough water and snacks, your body will need fuel to be able to complete the hike