With the continuous growth and success of Fjällräven Bootcamp in Indonesia after being established in July 2016, it is making a glorious return in 2017 with 4 new installments spread out across the year. Our goal with Fjällräven Bootcamp is to emulate the Classic series, to help and inspire more people to get outdoor and reconnect with nature. After an extremely successful and ever-growing 2016, we decided to re-brand, and re-introduce Bootcamp in Indonesia, to introduce to more people the Fjällräven way of trekking: with everything you need on your back, in good company, and respecting nature.
With Fjällräven Bootcamp, we take care of the logistics ― food, transfers, checkpoints, support and even a few little occasional treats along the way ― but you’ll do the trekking with all you need packed into a backpack. You’ll move at a pace that suits you, giving you plenty of time to soak up some “me time”, and even make new friends along the way.
Our main goal is to inspire and enable more people to go out and enjoy the great outdoors. So looking out for nature, preserving it, and protecting it, is a given. At Fjällräven, we do this in many ways, such as how and where we source our materials, how we produce our equipment, and of course how we run our events.
Just like the Fjällräven Classic, Fjällräven Bootcamp is one of the many ways we educate, inform, and inspire you and your fellow trekkers. It is an idea of how all of us can minimise our negative environmental impacts.
We kick off our Bootcamp series in 2017 with the beautiful Mount Rinjani on the 28th of April. Mount Rinjani, the second highest volcano in Indonesia [Outside of Papua] stands at a mighty 3,726MASL. Situated in West Nusa Tenggara, Lombok Island, the Rinjani trail brings you through the beautiful tropics of Indonesia, to a magnificent view of a lake at approximately 2,000MASL [Which also includes a hot spring], and ends with a picture perfect scenic view at the peak.
The breathtaking view at the peak of Mount Rinjani. [Photo courtesy of http://rinjanimountain.com]
With Bootcamp, we make it easy and accessible for participants by taking care of everything that you need. From providing participants with an experienced guide, to transportation, and even meals during the duration of the Bootcamp.
Participants will receive an event exclusive T-Shirt, as well as merchandises to take home!
How Bootcamp Works:
For a fee of IDR1.500.000 for Indonesian participants, and IDR2.400.000 for International participants, we cover everything you need [And by everything, I really mean everything!]. Here is an extensive list of what is covered and provided:
Mt. Rinjani Permit
Porter Team [Not for personal belongings]
Homestay Accommodation for the first night
Water Supply [During Camp]
Shared Tents [3 pax to a tent]
Basic First Aid
Bootcamp Exclusive T-Shirt
Bootcamp Exclusive Souvenirs
Bootcamp Experience documentation
Participants will gather at Mataram, Lombok, Indonesia, on the 27th of April and will then slowly make their way to base-camp, before setting off on the trek on the morning of the 28th of April. Transport will be provided from Mataram, Lombok, and will leave at 04:00PM on the 27th of April.
What To Prepare or Bring:
30L Backpack [Minimum]
Plate, Mug, Personal Utensils
Energy Bar, Snacks, or Chocolates
Temperatures can drop to approximately 5 Degrees Celsius during the night, so be prepared by bringing along some jackets and a sleeping bag to keep yourself warm.
Day 0: On the 27th of April, we’ll link up at Lombok International Airport, our first meeting point. We will set off for Sembalun Village at 04:00PM, with the journey being an estimate of a 4 hours drive. Upon arriving at Sembalun, be treated to authentic Lombok food, as we take a rest at a guest house, to prepare ourselves for the great adventure the following days to come.
Day 1: Wake up, wash up, eat up, get ready, and we’re on our way! After breakfast, we’ll depart the guest house at 07:00AM as we start our trek towards Plawangan Sembalun, our first camp site. Approximately 10 hours trek away, this will be where we rest for the first night.
Day 2: 03:00AM on the 29th of April, we will begin our summit attack. Estimated a 4 hours trek away, be blown away by the amazing view that the peaks of Mount Rinjani offer, before heading back down to Plawangan Sembalun for breakfast. Take a well deserved rest, as we pack up, and head off to Segara Anak Lake after lunch, at approximately 01:00PM. Segara Anak Lake would be our second campsite.
Day 3: A day of relaxation, as we start the day with some workshops and sharing sessions by seasoned speakers, before we head off to explore a cave. Take a short dip, or a long relaxing nature spa, as we head to a Hot Spring Waterfall, before ending the day with dinner under the stars back at Segara Anak Lake.
Day 4: As we remember the great adventure we embarked on in Mount Rinjani, we begin packing up as we start our descend back to Plawangan Senaru. After an approximately 3 hours long descend, we will have our lunch at Plawangan Senaru, before we continue our descend back to Senaru Village [Which takes about 5 hours]. At Senaru Village, wash up, pack your bags, and get some good night’s sleep at the guest house.
Day 5: It’s time to go! Wake up for some breakfast, and do some last minute packing as we head back to Mataram, Lombok International Airport, as we draw a close to Fjällräven Bootcamp Mount Rinjani 2017.
What To Expect:
Be prepared to be amazed by the beautiful natural landscapes of Mount Rinjani. Alongside new friends and fellow nature enthusiasts, trek along the trails and even stop for some fresh fruits along the way at various rest stops. Lay your back on the green pastures of grass and gaze at the beautiful night sky, or have some warm coffee or tea at campsite. Share your stories alongside others, as there will be a sharing session at camp, with a number of speakers sharing on various different topics. While the magnificent views at Rinjani continues to wow you and remind you of how beautiful nature can be, join us in cleaning up and keeping the nature ever clean and beautiful as we will be distributing Fjällräven Trash Bags to participants, as well as other campers at Rinjani, to educate on the importance of leaving no trace behind.
Join us and be a part of this ever growing family! For more information, do not hesitate to contact Akbar, at firstname.lastname@example.org for Indonesian participants, and Hamzah, at email@example.com for International participants.