Summits of Oceania (Zenith Project 2012)

  1. Puncak Jaya (Carstensz Pyramid) (4,884m / 16,024ft) | Papua, Indonesia (Summit 15.11.2012)
  2. Sumantri (4,870m / 15,980ft) | Papua, Indonesia (Summit 16.11.2012)

Hidden in a dense rainforest, the highest island peak in the world emerges in epic limestone above tropical greens, political instability, and timeless native culture.

Climbing Puncak Jaya (Carstensz Pyramid), the highest mountain in the continent of Oceania/Australia was an expedition to a rich and remote world. Stepping off the light aircraft to be greeted by curious men with bows and arrows, the journey into the western central highlands of Papua on the Island of New Guinea was an unforgettable adventure.