5 Mountains With Breath Taking Views You Must ‘Go-To’ See When You Are In Bali

Bali is blessed with many natural wonders. The Island is often primarily associated with beaches. However, there is so much more to discover. Try to explore the high grounds of Bali as the Island has several volcanic mountains (some are active), mostly located in the north.
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Mount Abang is the third highest mountain in Bali at about 2, 150 meters. It is located at Bangli, on the east of Lake Batur. It is known to the locals as the ‘virgin mountain,’ due to its untouched nature. Mount Abang was a part of the 4, 000 meters Batur volcano, but it was split by a massive eruption that created a smaller set of mountains.  Photo courtesy of Ida Bagus Dwi Saputra

Mount Abang is the third highest mountain in Bali at about 2, 150 meters. It is located at Bangli, on the east of Lake Batur. It is known to the locals as the ‘virgin mountain,’ due to its untouched nature. Mount Abang was a part of the 4, 000 meters Batur volcano, but it was split by a massive eruption that created a smaller set of mountains. Photo courtesy of Ida Bagus Dwi Saputra

The Mountain is around 1717 meters above sea level and the peak can be reached by approximately 2 hours trekking. If you are looking for some adventure and a really rewarding experience, then pack your bags and start your journey to tackle Mount Batur!  Photo courtesy of: Esther P.

The Mountain is around 1717 meters above sea level and the peak can be reached by approximately 2 hours trekking. If you are looking for some adventure and a really rewarding experience, then pack your bags and start your journey to tackle Mount Batur! Photo courtesy of: Esther P.

The highest and holiest active volcanic mountain in Bali. There are two primary trekking routes. The most popular leaves from Pura Pasar Agung and leads to the crater, 2,866 meters above sea level. If you like it more challenging, go the less popular route (due to its difficulty) starting from Pura Besakih and leading to the summit (3,013 meters).

The highest and holiest active volcanic mountain in Bali. There are two primary trekking routes. The most popular leaves from Pura Pasar Agung and leads to the crater, 2,866 meters above sea level. If you like it more challenging, go the less popular route (due to its difficulty) starting from Pura Besakih and leading to the summit (3,013 meters).

The mount of Batukaru is the second highest mountain in Bali. Different from Batur and Agung, Batukaru is surrounded by dense tropical forests.

The mount of Batukaru is the second highest mountain in Bali. Different from Batur and Agung, Batukaru is surrounded by dense tropical forests.

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