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Carstensz Pyramid (Puncak Jaya)

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The highest mountain of Australasia is 4884m or 16,024ft high. The lowest of the continental highpoints, it is the steepest one. A high rock in the middle of the Papua jungle, adventure guaranteed.

Carstensz Pyramid can be climbed all year round, biggest challenge is getting to the mountain, as politics and permits systems change often. Technical rockclimbing experience is needed.

Written by  Harry Kikstra.

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Hi'my name is Titus Egemba,I come from West Papua and I'm originally come from Wano Tribe in Papua.I'm very interested to visit all my people in the Wano village in Papua.if any one would like to go to west Papua please inform me,for your help and corporation I do greatly appriciated.

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