Seulawah Agam is the prominent, isolated volcano visible to the south-east of Banda Aceh town. The last eruption was in the early 19th Century and the volcano and its summit crater is now completely covered in a lush forest.
This trek ascends the east side of the mountain, starting at a hamlet 2.5km north-west of Saree, a small town one hour's drive from Banda Aceh on the main Banda Aceh-Medan road.
Use these GPS coods to find your way to the start of the trek:
5 27'14.45"N 95 42'3.85"E
There are sites to camp at, but this trek can be done in one long day
See Aceh Trek and MTB
site for more info.
Baarb - Nov 1, 2011 7:27 pm - Hasn't votedCoordinates
This volcano seems to be on the wrong side of the Pacific?
neocrash - Nov 2, 2011 2:19 pm - Hasn't votedgps coods
summitpost keeps fucking up the gps coods, I fix it, then few years later it losses a neg sign or something. Summitpost is starting to disappoint me. it should be on the Indian Ocean coast