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Aug 16, 2008
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Mount Arjuno

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Mount Arjuno (3339 M) is the second highest volcano in East Java after the famous Mount Semeru. Arjuno has a sister mountain, Mount Welirang, just to the Northwest of it.

Often hikers climbed both of them in one go since they are only separated with short saddle. Trestes is a famous tourist place in this area, situated just at the east slope of this mountain. Tretes offer beautiful sceneries and idylic natural hotsprings.

Some information about Arjuno taken from Wikipedia. Arjuno-Welirang is a stratovolcano in the province of East Java on Java, Indonesia. It is a twin volcano. Volcanic cones and craters are located in a 6 km long of line between Arjuno and Welirang. The Arjuno-Welirang volcanic complex itself lies in the older two volcano, named Mount Ringgit to the east and Mount Linting to the south. The summit lack vegetation. Fumarolic area with sulfur deposits are found in several locations on this mountain.

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2 Responses to “Arjuno”

  1. From Looking for MOUNT RAUNG? Yes, MOUNT RAUNG. It's all here! | CopiPanas on

    […] is located at East Java, but it sinks below the famous mountains in the area like Mount Semeru and Arjuno. Actually, this mountain has the largest crater in Java (2 km width with a depth of 500 m), even […]

  2. From Argapura | CopiPanas on

    […] After the wide shady camping ground, to our eyes stemmed the hectares large lake with the afternoon thin mist on it. A perfect scene for a roman movie actually, despite the ankle deep wet marsh land when approaching it. The 20 M wooden pier was already a little bit dilapidated although still passable. The wooden planks were missing in some places you need to be careful to walk to the shelter on its end. But the place was really idyllic for a nature-lover-couple honeymoon. Two campers was camping on the wet marshland just facing the beautiful lake. They were frying the small lake fish for their dinner. We wished we had time to fish and fry like them. What a coincidence, they were the friends of pak Sukur, our friend at the Forestry Office in Tretes, one of the entry points to Mount Welirang and Mount Arjuna. […]

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