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Mount Trikora Expedition

Mount Trikora Expedition

Trikora Peak Expedition 2014
with Indonesia Mountain Guides

Thank you for your interest for your Expedition to Trikora Peak 4750 m, We hope that you find all of the information you need in this pack to help you to make a
Decision to join us on this incredible adventure of a lifetime!

PuncakTrikora was until 1963, known as Wilhelmina Peak, Puncak meaning Peak. Its exact height has been of some debate over the years but the accepted height of the summit is 4750m. Perhaps one of the factors in this debate is the fact that it is the third highest peak on the continent of Oceania, only just behind Puncak Jaya (4884m) and Puncak mandala (4760m).

The name Trikora was chosen in 1963 to commemorate a speech by the first president of Indonesia, Kusno “Sukarno” Sosrodihardjo. The speech is known as the Trikora, Tri Komando Rakyat, or “People’s Triple Command”.

The local Dani people who live near Lake Habbema at the foot of the mountain call it Ettiakup.
Trikora sits in the Maoke/Jayawijaya Range which forms part of the mountainous the spine of New Guinea, running East-West across the island.

Despite being in the tropics the peak does occasionally receive a blanket of snow on the summit. At the time of its first recorded ascent in 1913 the upper regions still hosted a permanent ice cap. From around 1936 the ice cap was observed to be in retreat and around 1962 it had disappeared altogether.

The vegetation on an ascent of Trikora ranges as you ascend. We find mountain rain-forest then scrub beech trees, grassy swamp, tree-ferns then alpine scrub to lichen-covered screed then bare rock on the summit.

Program: Access by Trekking
Duration: 11 Days / 10 Nights
Start /End:Jakarta Airport
Grades: Challenge

Day 01: Arrival in Jakarta meet with guide and continue flight to Jayapura
Take off to Jayapura on 20:00.

Day 02: Arrival in Jayapura and continue flight to Wamena.
Arrive at Jayapura on 07:30 then flight to Wamena. Arrive Wamena, check in the Hotel.

Day 03: Rest in Wamena and check all gear make final preparation

Day 04: Wamena – Habema Lake – First Camp (Wamera Camp) After breakfast, you are proceeding to Habema Lake (3,000 m asl) take about 2 hours drive and continue   Trekking to Wamera Camp and   will be about 3 – 4 hours   up  hill and down to the   reach the First Camp (Wamera Camp 3,200 M ASL) and overnight here.

Day 05: Wamera Camp – Rock Cave. After breakfast we continue trek up to Rock Camp. This will mostly climb up; the trek is about 6-7 hours. Reach the Rock Cave (3,800 m asl) overnight here.

Day 06: Rock Cave – High Camp. After breakfast we continue   trek up to Rock Camp. This will mostly climb up; the trek is about 2 hours. Reach the high camp (4,132 m asl) overnight here

Day 07: Summit Day Early in the morning we bid for summit Mount Trikora, trek through the summit ridge. That will be 5-6 hours to the summit, start with 45M Wall scrambling. Climb on the ridge for 02 hour then finally 100 M technical climb / artificial climb before get the summit. Enjoy Summit moment then get down to High camp. Rest and overnight here.

Day 08:  Extra Day for Bad Weather.

Day 09: High Camp – Wamera camp
westart in the morning after breakfast to Wamera Camp and   will be about 6 – 7 hours   downhill and little bit uphill to the reach the First Camp (Wamera Camp 3,200 M ASL) and overnight here.
Continue to Habema Lake, our car wait here and drive to Wamena. Arrive at Wamena
In the afternoon,

Day 10: Wamera camp – Habema Lake – WamenaWe starts in the morning after breakfast to Habema lakes and takes around 4 hours trekking mostly up hill and continue 1 and half hour to Wamena by Car.

Day 11: Wamena – Jayapura- Jakarta  End Of Service
Flight by the 1st flight to Jayapura at 07.00 and arrive at 07.45 and continue flight to Jakarta.


  • All permits in Jakarta and Papua
  • Round trip domestic airfare from Jakarta or Bali to Papua
  • Airport transfers in Jakarta and Papua
  • Accommodation at hotel, guest house Based on twin share in Papua
  • Mountain Food during the expedition
  • Experienced mountain guide
  • Porters during  Trekking
  • Fixed rope on carstensz Pyramid wall
  • Tent and cooking equipment


  • Trip cancelation Insurance
  • Medical/evacuation and trip insurance
  • Airport tax
  • Over weight on all flights
  • Personal climbing and camping equipments
  • Extra food and beverages
  • Personal expenses (laundry, phone call, hotel’s mini bar)
  • Evacuation or rescue
  • Any expenses due to the flight delay or cancel
  • Indonesia re-entry visa fee ( $ US 25/Pax )
  • Any expenses due to the flight delay or cancel

The above itinerary is only guiding lines and we have to be flexible on trip duration. Please reserve some extra days in case of bad weather which can cause us to extend our stay in BC for summit day or delay Off flight departure.


Please contact us for more information about cost and dates of expedition

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