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Malay-Indonesian Archipelago Island High Points

Showing Greg Slayden's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 76, or 2.63%)

RankIslandPeak Elev-Ft CountryIsol-MiAscent Date
75.Anak KrakatauAnak Krakatau945Indonesia2.8 
57.KomodoAra2703Indonesia23.6 
36.SangiheAwu4396Indonesia61.9 
70.Banda ApiBanda Api2100Indonesia73.6 
66.BangkaBangka High Point2165Indonesia.8 
40.BatantaBatanta3885Indonesia105.7 
62.KombaBatu Tara2454Indonesia30.4 
49.BiakBonsupiori3264Indonesia69.8 
61.ThulandangBukiri Kalongan2579Indonesia25.7 
17.BacanBuku Sibela6926Indonesia192.5 
48.KarimataCabang3301Indonesia89.3 
1.New GuineaCarstensz Pyramid16,024Indonesia3252.9 
41.LinggaDaik3822Indonesia213.6 
22.AlorDola Koyakoya5974Indonesia52.8 
63.RincaDora Ora2411Indonesia11.2 
68.Mussau IslandEunainaun Mount2136Papua New Guinea82.8 
19.Fergusson IslandFergusson High Point6388Papua New Guinea37.0 
25.TernateGamalama5627Indonesia11.2 
31.HalmaheraGamkonora5118Indonesia41.3 
7.BaliGunung Agung9944Indonesia64.61993-10-06
8.SeramGunung Binaiya9931Indonesia424.1 
45.TiomanGunung Kajang3406Malaysia107.0 
3.SumatraGunung Kerinci12,484Indonesia1183.1 
6.SulawesiGunung Rantemario11,411Indonesia423.3 
55.LangkawiGunung Raya2890Malaysia46.5 
4.LombokGunung Rinjani12,224Indonesia994.6 
5.JavaGunung Semeru12,060Indonesia242.9 
72.BelitungGunung Tajam1509Indonesia1.2 
10.SumbawaGunung Tambora8930Indonesia102.1 
26.AdonaraIli Boleng5440Indonesia35.4 
28.LomblenIli Labalekang5318Indonesia16.2 
73.KarimunJantan1440Indonesia35.7 
44.ButonKabawo Lambohogo3507Indonesia89.1 
12.BuruKapalatmada8858Indonesia222.7 
21.SiauKarangetang5994Indonesia94.6 
35.MakianKie Besi4452Indonesia.8 
24.TidoreKiematubu5741Indonesia95.4 
2.BorneoKinabalu13,435Malaysia1561.51996-07-19
34.WetarLalaitu4629Indonesia63.5 
43.MangoleLoku3698Indonesia84.2 
71.MaduraMadura High Point1545Indonesia49.4 
60.ManadotuaManado Tua2641Indonesia17.2 
23.Manam IslandManam High Point5928Papua New Guinea77.0 
51.WaigeoMandum3205Indonesia15.8 
11.BougainvilleMount Balbi8907Papua New Guinea467.4 
52.New HanoverMount Deimiling3150Papua New Guinea129.1 
65.Manus IslandMount Dremsel2356Papua New Guinea181.2 
76.Woodlark IslandMount Kabati738Papua New Guinea2.9 
20.Karkar IslandMount Kanangio6001Papua New Guinea67.9 
59.Tagula IslandMount Riu2644Papua New Guinea79.0 
16.New BritainMount Ulawun7657Papua New Guinea118.9 
13.Goodenough IslandMount Vineuo8320Papua New Guinea63.7 
15.New IrelandNew Ireland High Point7677Papua New Guinea173.8 
42.Normanby IslandNormandy High Point3799Papua New Guinea.0 
14.FloresPoco Ngandonalu7766Indonesia168.1 
67.BaweanPulau Bawean2149Indonesia99.0 
53.BesarPulau Besar3015Indonesia13.7 
29.ObiraPulau Obi5285Indonesia54.8 
33.TaliabuPulau Taliabu4642Indonesia111.5 
69.WehPulau Weh2126Indonesia16.0 
32.YapenPulau Yapen4908Indonesia94.3 
50.PuraPura3251Indonesia8.5 
58.KrakatauRakata2667Indonesia13.5 
74.PanaitanRaksa1079Indonesia13.1 
9.TimorRamelau9721East Timor478.8 
64.RuangRuang2379Indonesia5.2 
38.MorotaiSabatai4101Indonesia52.4 
46.AmbonSalahutu3356Indonesia18.7 
30.KabaenaSambapolulu5151Indonesia99.3 
18.SangeangSangeang6394Indonesia69.8 
56.SebesiSebesi2769Indonesia14.4 
37.PantarSirung4383Indonesia30.6 
47.PelengTombia3353Indonesia4.5 
27.Umboi IslandUmboi High Point5430Papua New Guinea29.8 
39.SumbaWanggameti4019Indonesia90.9 
54.WowoniWawo Lantambaga2982Indonesia19.8 

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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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