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Itinerary

Carstensz Pyramid Expedition Itinerary

(Dates/Prices/Itinerary subject to change)

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Day 1

Arrive Bali – Hotel – Expedition briefing and gear check.

Day 2

EARLY flight to Timika – Hotel – Rest – Packing and final check – Technical meeting.

Day 3

Flight to Carstensz Base Camp (Yellow Valley) – Arrive Yellow Valley.  Acclimitization.

Day 4

Potential Summit Day – or acclimatization at Base Camp

Day 5

Summit Day

Day 6

Flight out from Carstensz – Timika – Arrive Timika – Connect to Bali or overnight in Timika

Day 7

Reserve Day

Day 8

Reserve day.

Day 9

Reserve day.

Day 10

Flight to Bali – Hotel – Open day in Bali.

Day 11

Depart Bali.

Great adventure – Indiana Jones stuff. Trip exceeded all expectations. It was much harder than expected but the group performed well and I think we all feel we had a larger than life adventure.

Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: David Morton
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy

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