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Mount Agung Health & Safety

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No matter your experience, do not attempt to climb Mount Agung without a guide. The routes are difficult to follow and you are likely to get lost. Avoid climbing in the wet season and especially in January and February. You are still in the tropics but Mount Agung is a high peak and the top is often cold and windy so bring appropriate clothing.

Some mild altitude sickness is possible. Understand this condition and be aware of the symptons It is important to drink more water than you think you need and to avoid the dehydrating effects of substances such as alchohol and caffeine for 24 hours before your planned ascent. At these elevations though, symptoms should only be minor.

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