Every mountain and hill climbed

A directory of mountains I’ve climbed, in descending order of height, and links to all the related details where I’ve gotten around to it. May your hilly hiking escapades be equally productive!

Gunung Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia, 4095.2 metres, June 2016.

 

Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal, 4031 metres, December 2014.

 

Snow Mountain aka Xueshan Taiwan, 3886 metres, November 2015.

 

Mount Fuji, Japan, 3776 metres, August 2017.

 

Gunung Rinjani, Lombok Indonesia, 3726 metres, October 2013.

 

Gunung Semeru/Mahameru, Jawa Timur Indonesia, 3676 metres, May 2018

 

Gunung Agung, Bali Indonesia, 3031 metres, July 2015.

 

Gunung Batok, Jawa Timur Indonesia, 2440 metres, June 2018

 

Gunung Bromo, Jawa Timur Indonesia, 2329 metres, May 2018

 

Gunung Yong Belar, Perak-Pahang-Kelantan border Malaysia, 2181 metres, May 2017.

 

Gunung Irau, Perak-Pahang border Malaysia, 2110 metres, September 2013 + May 2015. 

 

Gunung Sibayak (Puncak Antene), Sumatra Indonesia, 2057 metres, February 2017.

 

Gunung Batu Brinchang, Perak-Pahang border Malaysia, 2031 metres, July 2007 + May 2015.

 

Gunung Swettenham,  Pahang-Kelantan border, 1961 metres, June 2017

 

Gunung Liang (East) 1934 metres, Gunung Liang (West) 1933 metres, April  2014.

 

Gunung Batur, Bali Indonesia 1717 metres, February 2014 and September 2015.

 

Gunung Rajah, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1683 metres, May 2014.

 

Twin aka Rhodo peak, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1505 metres, June 2015.

 

Gunung Nuang via Pangsoon, Selangor-Pahang border Malaysia, 1493 metres, November 2014 + August 2016.

 

Gunung Nuang via Janda Baik, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1493 metres, January 2014.

 

Pine Tree peak, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1448 metres, June 2015.

 

Gunung Bunga Buah, Selangor Malaysia, 1430 metres, January 2016.

 

Gunung Ulu Semangkok, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1394 metres, April 2015.

 

Gunung Ledang via Asahan, Johor Malaysia, 1276 metres, November 2018.

 

Gunung Ledang via Sagil, Johor Malaysia, 1276 metres, January 2014.

 

Gunung Hitam, Selangor, 1220 metres, July 2017.

 

Mount Ashigara, Japan, 1212 metres, July 2017.

 

Gunung Gap, Pahang-Selangor border Malaysia, 1183 metres, April 2015.

 

Gunung Berembun, Terengganu Malaysia, 1108 metres, March 2017.

 

Bukit Kutu, Selangor Malaysia, 1091 metres, October 2013 + October 2015.

 

Gunung Berembun, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, 1014 metres, December 2015.

 

Gunung Datuk, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, 870 metres, too many times to mention.

 

Gunung Angsi via Bukit Putus, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, 824 metres, February 2014.

 

Gunung Angsi via Ulu Bendul, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, 824 metres, July 2016 + january 2017

 

Penang Hill, Penang Malaysia, 783 metres, September 2016 + January 2017.

 

Gunung Tampin (Selatan) 764 metres, Gunung Tampin (Utara) 728 metres, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, May 2016.

 

Gunung Tok Wan, Negeri Sembilan-Selangor border Malaysia, 675 metres, June 2015.

 

Bukit Tabur X, Selangor Malaysia, 539 metres, November 2013.

 

Bukit Baginda, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia, 450 metres, November 2018.

 

Bukit Saga, Selangor Malaysia, 410 metres, June 2017.

 

Bukit Batu Pahat, Selangor Malaysia, 410 metres, December 2017.

 

Broga Hill, Selangor-Negeri Sembilan border Malaysia,  400 metres, June 2015.

 

Bukit Batu Putih, Melaka, 285 metres, March 2018.

 

Bukit Panorama, Pahang Malaysia, 271 metres, May 2018.

 

Bukit Kembara, Selangor Malaysia, 245 metres, February 2017 + March 2017.

 

Setia Alam peak, Selangor Malaysia, 240 metres, December 2016.

 

Bukit Puchong, Selangor Malaysia, 227 metres, too numerous to mention.

 

Bukit Sapu Tangan, Selangor Malaysia, 204 metres, October 2018

 

Bukit Jugra, Selangor Malaysia, 140 metres, September 2017

 

Bukit Beruang, Melaka Malaysia, 116.3 metres, October 2017

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