Gongsolovers – A lake located in the Mount Semeru is Ranu Kombolo. For nature lovers or mountaineers, Ranu Kumbolo lake like a paradise in the middle of the ferocity of the highest mountain in the land of Java island – Indonesia.
Located at an altitude of 2,400 meters above sea level, Ranu Kumbolo a clean water source for climbers of Mount Semeru who were camping or Mahameru who will climb to the peak of Mount Semeru. With abundant water discharge and never subsided, Ranu Kumbolo become a gathering point for the climbers set up a tent.
Ranu Kumbolo beauty is beyond doubt. There, the climbers usually hunt sunrise that is so awesome. The sun popped out in between two green hills combined with the clear water of the lake into a panorama unspoken.
Not only in the morning, at noon in the afternoon, a white mist began to fall blanketed Ranu Kumbolo equally beautiful. At night, when you bring a DSLR camera, you can capture the cluster of stars that dot the Milky Way in the sky, which you will not get in the big cities.
Usually around Ranu Kumbolo stand dozens of colorful tents to spend the night there before heading up to the top or down to Ranu Pani. Ranu Kumbolo water is safe for consumption even if not cooked. In order for this Kumbolo Ranu water remains suitable for consumption, there mounted board prohibition to bathe or swim in the lake, as well as small and large bowel. More awareness is needed in order to Ranu Kumbolo remain stable and can be enjoyed by our children and grandchildren.
From the top of the hill
Because it is located at an altitude of 2,400 meters above sea level, the air temperature at Ranu Kumbolo can reach minus 5 degrees Celsius at night, it looks at the grass and dew covered tent that turns into ice. So when you go to Ranu Kumbolo, be sure to bring a jacket thick enough, socks, gloves and sleeping bag if you do not want to shiver.
In the vicinity there are several plaques Ranu Kumbolo the climbers who died there. Indeed, Mount Semeru not just any mountain. It takes a physical specimen to climb, even if only to Ranu Kumbolo. At least go jogging every day for one week before climbing the highest mountain in Java Island.
To reach Ranu Kumbolo, climbers have to walk down a path for approximately 5-7 hours of post registration Ranu Pani. During the trip, hikers can rest in the posts that have been built, from post 1 to post 4.
There are some restrictions in order to stay awake Ranu Kumbolo namely:
Not allowed to swim in the lake
Prohibited bath soap, shampoo, and other chemicals
Prohibited urination and large lakes
Prohibited from disposing of trash around the lake
Trash should be brought down again
If not us who else is keeping Ranu Kumbolo.
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