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Malay-Indonesian Archipelago Island High Points

Showing Jean André Laverdure's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (0 out of 76, or 0%)

RankIslandPeak Elev-M CountryIsol-KmAscent Date
1.New GuineaCarstensz Pyramid4884Indonesia5235.0 
2.BorneoKinabalu4095Malaysia2513.1 
3.SumatraGunung Kerinci3805Indonesia1904.0 
4.LombokGunung Rinjani3726Indonesia1600.7 
5.JavaGunung Semeru3676Indonesia390.9 
6.SulawesiGunung Rantemario3478Indonesia681.3 
7.BaliGunung Agung3031Indonesia104.0 
8.SeramGunung Binaiya3027Indonesia682.5 
9.TimorRamelau2963East Timor770.5 
10.SumbawaGunung Tambora2722Indonesia164.4 
11.BougainvilleMount Balbi2715Papua New Guinea752.3 
12.BuruKapalatmada2700Indonesia358.4 
13.Goodenough IslandMount Vineuo2536Papua New Guinea102.5 
14.FloresPoco Ngandonalu2367Indonesia270.6 
15.New IrelandNew Ireland High Point2340Papua New Guinea279.8 
16.New BritainMount Ulawun2334Papua New Guinea191.4 
17.BacanBuku Sibela2111Indonesia309.8 
18.SangeangSangeang1949Indonesia112.4 
19.Fergusson IslandFergusson High Point1947Papua New Guinea59.6 
20.Karkar IslandMount Kanangio1829Papua New Guinea109.2 
21.SiauKarangetang1827Indonesia152.2 
22.AlorDola Koyakoya1821Indonesia84.9 
23.Manam IslandManam High Point1807Papua New Guinea123.9 
24.TidoreKiematubu1750Indonesia153.5 
25.TernateGamalama1715Indonesia18.0 
26.AdonaraIli Boleng1658Indonesia57.0 
27.Umboi IslandUmboi High Point1655Papua New Guinea47.9 
28.LomblenIli Labalekang1621Indonesia26.1 
29.ObiraPulau Obi1611Indonesia88.2 
30.KabaenaSambapolulu1570Indonesia159.8 
31.HalmaheraGamkonora1560Indonesia66.4 
32.YapenPulau Yapen1496Indonesia151.7 
33.TaliabuPulau Taliabu1415Indonesia179.5 
34.WetarLalaitu1411Indonesia102.2 
35.MakianKie Besi1357Indonesia1.3 
36.SangiheAwu1340Indonesia99.6 
37.PantarSirung1336Indonesia49.3 
38.MorotaiSabatai1250Indonesia84.3 
39.SumbaWanggameti1225Indonesia146.2 
40.BatantaBatanta1184Indonesia170.1 
41.LinggaDaik1165Indonesia343.7 
42.Normanby IslandNormandy High Point1158Papua New Guinea83.3 
43.MangoleLoku1127Indonesia135.6 
44.ButonKabawo Lambohogo1069Indonesia143.4 
45.TiomanGunung Kajang1038Malaysia172.2 
46.AmbonSalahutu1023Indonesia30.1 
47.PelengTombia1022Indonesia77.9 
48.KarimataCabang1006Indonesia143.6 
49.BiakBonsupiori995Indonesia112.4 
50.PuraPura991Indonesia13.7 
51.WaigeoMandum977Indonesia25.4 
52.New HanoverMount Deimiling960Papua New Guinea207.8 
53.BesarPulau Besar919Indonesia22.0 
54.WowoniWawo Lantambaga909Indonesia31.9 
55.LangkawiGunung Raya881Malaysia74.9 
56.SebesiSebesi844Indonesia23.2 
57.KomodoAra824Indonesia38.0 
58.KrakatauRakata813Indonesia21.7 
59.Tagula IslandMount Riu806Papua New Guinea127.1 
60.ManadotuaManado Tua805Indonesia27.7 
61.ThulandangBukiri Kalongan786Indonesia41.3 
62.KombaBatu Tara748Indonesia48.9 
63.RincaDora Ora735Indonesia18.1 
64.RuangRuang725Indonesia8.4 
65.Manus IslandMount Dremsel718Papua New Guinea291.6 
66.BangkaBangka High Point660Indonesia234.4 
67.BaweanPulau Bawean655Indonesia159.3 
68.Mussau IslandEunainaun Mount651Papua New Guinea133.2 
69.WehPulau Weh648Indonesia25.7 
70.Banda ApiBanda Api640Indonesia118.5 
71.MaduraMadura High Point471Indonesia79.5 
72.BelitungGunung Tajam460Indonesia147.5 
73.KarimunJantan439Indonesia57.4 
74.PanaitanRaksa329Indonesia21.1 
75.Anak KrakatauAnak Krakatau288Indonesia4.6 
76.Woodlark IslandMount Kabati225Papua New Guinea205.8 

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List Description

The Malay-Indonesian Archipelago is the largest group of islands on the earth. Stretching from Sumatra to New Guinea, it includes the world's 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 11th, and 13th largest islands. All of the major islands in the archipelago are mountainous and rugged, crowned by the ranges of New Guinea, which features the world's highest island mountains.

Most of the peaks on these islands are volcanoes, and many are active. The notable exceptions are the non-volcanic high ranges of New Guinea and Borneo, but the island arc that includes Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, and the Nusa Tenggara islands has one of the densest concentrations of high volcanoes anywhere.

 


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