Ungaran Mountain Experience

Ungaran Mountain Experience, Semarang

Mount Ungaran is located in Ungaran City, in Semarang Regency, Central Java. Having a height of 2,050 meters above sea level, Mount Ungaran is a Stratovolcano type mountain.  There are three peaks on Mount Ungaran, namely : Gendol, Botak, and Ungaran. The peak of Ungaran as the highest is marked by a monument. At the peak we can see views of Mount Andong, Mount Telomoyo, Mount Merapi, Mount Merbabu, Mount Sumbing, Mount Sindoro and also Mount Prau.
 
This mountain is not as famous as Merapi or as beautiful as Merbabu, or the surrounding mountains, but climbing Mount Ungaran is full of challenges.  Mount Ungaran is located in the area of ​​Semarang Regency, Central Java. Mount at an altitude of 2050 meters above sea level has a very challenging path, Mount Ungaran has 5 hiking trails.
 
-Medini Path
-Promasan Path
-Mawar Path
-Perantunan / Bandungan Path
-Gedong Songo Path
 
Some of these are popular paths and included in tourist areas, this mountain is still in the category of short mountains, but don't be surprised, because one third of the path is made up of steep rock climbing. The climbers' favorite path is via the Mawar route, because it doesn't require a long time.
 
On the slopes of Mount Ungaran there are archeological sites in the form of Gedongsongo Temple, and there are also several waterfalls, Semirang Waterfall and Lawe Waterfall, and also there is a cave, which is famously known as the Japanese Cave.  This cave is located 200 meters before the peak, precisely around the Promasan village, the village of tea pickers. Mount Ungaran is an inactive mountain, and there is no record of volcanological activity about this mountain, but at the foot of this mountain there is a natural hot spring, which indicates geothermal activity here.
 
Get ready to enjoy the panoramic view of the sea of ​​clouds and the expanse of coffee and tea plantations which are enveloped in fresh air.  Plan your adventure with the Java Private Tour, then you will know about the true meaning of Java.
 
 

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