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Indonesia, May 2013. We would had woken up at 3am and began our ascent to the summit at 3,726 meters. Mount Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia, and it’s summit is known for its treacherous and exhausting gravel. For every two steps up, you slide one step down.

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2 comments

    1. Thanks! The shoes and the gravel, is the closest connection I could bring to the idea of climbing Mt. Rinjani. It is the heart of everything – each step up.

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