Key information: Mt Ramelau
- This is a one day walk from a base village. About 2-3 hours up, 2 down. The highest point in East Timor.
- It can also be walked from lower down in two days, to get more feel for the landscape and with luck some acclimatization.
- This is a demanding walk in high, remote mountains, where altitude can cause problems. Come prepared.
Mark Gillespie has recommended this walk (Thanks Mark!) and says:
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- Walkopedia rating87
- Natural interest15
- Human interest12
- Negative points0
- Total rating87
- Length: 1-2 days
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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