Sembalun Seven Summit, Conquer 7 Peaks in Lombok

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Last year, the Governor of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), Zulkieflimansyah, officially launched the Sembalun Seven Summit event at the Sembalun Rest Area in East Lombok Regency. This event centers around the challenging adventure tourism experience of climbing the highest peaks and is the first and only one of its kind in Indonesia. With the Sembalun Seven Summit, the goal is to establish Sembalun as the top sport adventure destination in Indonesia. Those who successfully conquer all seven peaks will receive a certificate that only requires photographic evidence, which will be verified by the organizers.

We have summarized information from various sources related to Sembalun Seven Summits, including its location, beauty, access, and entrance fees for each mountain or peak.


If you enjoy trekking while surrounded by natural beauty and expansive savannah landscapes, then consider exploring Rinjani, one of the options included in the Sembalun Seven Summits.

At 3,726 meters above sea level (masl), Mount Rinjani is an iconic tourism spot in Lombok. To access the Rinjani area, visitors are required to pay an entrance fee of Rp 5,000 for domestic visitors and Rp 150,000 for international visitors.

There are four trekking posts to reach the peak of Rinjani, and it takes approximately 10-12 hours to climb starting from the second post.


Sempana Mountain, which is situated on the island of Lombok and has an altitude of 2,339 meters above sea level (masl), is included in the Sembalun Seven Summits, featuring breathtaking savannah landscapes with diverse flora and fauna. The entrance fee for this attraction is Rp 10,000 per person, while vehicle parking costs Rp 10,000.

Compared to Rinjani, Sempana’s peak can be reached with a trekking duration of 4-7 hours.

Lembah Gedong

Lembah Gedong, situated in Sembalun, Bumbung, Sembalun, East Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), has an altitude of 2,200 meters above sea level (masl). This valley provides stunning views of the Sembalun valley and the magnificent Mount Rinjani.

The trek to the peak takes approximately 2-5 hours, starting from an altitude of 1,500 masl. Visitors only need to pay a registration fee of Rp 10,000 to participate in the trek.


Mount Kondo is situated at an altitude of 1,937 meters above sea level (masl) and is positioned within the Mount Rinjani National Park, near Savana Propok in the East Lombok Regency of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). The ascent of this mountain offers a breathtaking and enchanting view that serves as the main attraction of Kondo Peak.

To reach the Kondo Peak, a trek of more than 4-6 hours is required, starting from an altitude of 1,025 masl. The entrance fee for trekking to the Kondo Peak is only Rp 15,000 per person.

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Anak Dara

The summit of Mount Anak Dara, which stands at an altitude of 1,923 meters above sea level (masl), offers a magnificent view of the vast valley and the Lombok Strait in the eastern region. The trekking duration to reach the summit takes around 2-4 hours, but hikers and tourists must exercise caution while climbing due to the steep and narrow trail. To access the Anak Dara Peak, visitors are required to pay a registration fee of Rp 10,000 and a parking fee of Rp 5,000-10,000, depending on their vehicle type.


Bukit Pergasingan, located at an altitude of 1,806 meters above sea level (masl), is one of the Seven Summit Sembalun that needs to be conquered when exploring the seven peaks of Lombok Island. The hill provides breathtaking views of the ancient caldera of Sembalun Valley surrounded by mountains, including Mount Rinjani to the east and Mount Tambora to the west.

The entrance fee for Bukit Pergasingan is Rp 15,000, and a parking fee ranging from Rp 2,000-5,000 is also charged. The best time to visit Pergasingan is early in the morning, around 3.00 am Wita, to witness the stunning sunrise.

Bao Ritip

Bao Ritip is situated at an elevation of 1550 meters above sea level (masl) and is located to the east of the Sembalun Caldera. Among the Seven Summit Sembalun, Bao Ritip is the only one with trees. To reach the summit, it takes 5-7 hours of trekking.

During the trek, hikers will traverse savannahs and dense forests with tall trees. Additionally, visitors can spot various unique flora and fauna, such as the Rinjani Scops Owl. The registration fee for trekking to Bao Ritip is Rp 10,000 per person.

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