Carstensz Pyramid

AUSTRALASIA’S HIGHEST SUMMIT

ALTITUDE:         4,884m (16,024 ft)
DIFFICULTY RATE:  Technical 5
                  Physical  3
SUMMIT GPS POINT: S 4 04.733
                  E 137 09.572
ELEVATION GAIN:   (Base camp to Summit)
                  Normal route: 952m 
DISTANCE:         (Base camp to Summit)
                  Normal route: 2 Km
DURATION:         21 days
SEASON:           All year around

Carstensz Pyramid is the highest mountain in Australia and Oceania and is situated in west Papua (now named Papua province Indonesia).

The wall of the Carstensz Pyramid is about 500 – 600 meters (1640 – 1968 ft) high. In the upper part it is traversed by a gigantic ledge, in which to big culoars went. The bottom part of the wall – approx. 300 m (984 ft) is „neatly“ bowed at an angle of 10 – 15°. The upper part of the wall is approx. 80 m (262 ft), and it is almost vertical. The peak crista of Carstensz Pyramid is largely rugged and exposed. Some climbers say that the wall of Carstensz Pyramid is as sharp as glass, and they are not far from the truth.

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