Carstensz Pyramid 4884m Papua-New Guinea


          Next trip is planned from 11.-30 Oktober 1016. Trip starts from Bali.

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Carstensz Pyramid is the most mysterious of the Seven Summits. Rising from the dense tropical jungle of West Papua, reaching the base of the mountain is a major challenge in itself. Government restrictions, political instability in the region and frequent tribal warring, has meant that few people have climbed it since the first ascent from Heinrich Harrer in 1962. It is undoubtedly one of the most adventurous, exciting and uncertain trips that you can do.


It is true that the expedition is wrought with difficulty, wrought with the potential for political upheaval and for last minute itinerary changes. It is essential that you approach this challenge with a high degree of flexibility, as it is normal for dates and itineraries to change. However, if you are looking for a real adventurers trip you are on the right place in Papua!

The adventure begins with a number of internal flights to reach Sugapa Village, from where an extremely tough trek through the jungle for five days allows the team to access base camp. The basecamp is on 6300m and placed on a beautiful lake. The route is fix-roped and leads to a ridge where the crux, a 20m Tyrolienne, appears. The route along the ridge has a difficulty with maximum 4 UIAA or US 5.4. New fixropes installed in summer 2014 make the way to the summit easier.