Carstensz

Puncak Jaya

By and by known as Puncak Jaya, this mountain is arranged on the island of New Guinea and is the most raised in Indonesia. It was named Carstensz Pyramid by Dutch voyager (New Guinea was once in the previous a Dutch state) Jan Carstensz in 1623 who, when he returned to Europe, was vilified for ensuring that there was a mountain so near to the equator with snow on it. The present name of the mountain, Puncak Jaya, worked out as expected in the 1960s when Indonesia took control of the zone. The name was first switched to Puncak Soekarno after the pioneer of Indonesia yet was later changed to Puncak Jaya, Jaya implying "fruitful" or "terrific." Puncak Jaya is known as the most, truth be told, troublesome summit to climb. To Summit the apex of Puncak Jaya, an organization allow is required yet can be acquired through experience tourism overseers. Once secured with frigid masses, and represented that in the 1970's, Puncak Jaya's frosty masses had begun to mellow and today, it stays as a by and large less mountain than it once was.

Aconcaqua Mountain

Puncak Jaya