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Munduk Waterfalls is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 2.9 mi Elevation gain 866 ft Route type Loop

Hiking

Walking

Partially paved

Views

Waterfall

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Description
Waypoints (2)

Path is mostly concrete, a mix of large/steep steps and some path for local homes. There's a small portion of dirt trail hiking. There is a lot of up/down involved so the vertical should not be dismissed. The waterfalls it brings you to are beautiful, a long with all the views on the way. Easily worth it!

Weather
UV Index
Daylight
Reviews (13)
Photos (27)
Recordings (11)
Completed (27)
Benjamin YAOUANC
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Backpacking

rando fantastique mais ne pas oublier de faire également la waterfall Labuhan Kebo, située juste après la Melanting. Ensuite, juste à côté du départ de la waterfall Red Coral, aller vers l'eco café 1 ou 2 (1km, ça grimpe mais magnifique dans les champs de café) où vous pouvez accéder à la Golden waterfall, et manger ou boire un verre. Vous pourrez rejoindre la route principale via cet endroit (1km) mais ça grimpe encore héhé

Mary Silva
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Hiking

incomplete, GPS was incorrect up to here

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K Abraham
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Hiking

Interesting walk, amazing waterfalls even in dry season.

Koen Hermans
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Hiking

Careful, the cement pathways can be really slippery.

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Jon Wirkus
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First to Review

Path is mostly concrete, a mix of large/steep steps and some path for local homes. There's a small portion of dirt trail hiking. There is a lot of up/down involved so the vertical should not be dismissed. The waterfalls it brings you to are beautiful, a long with all the views on the way. Easily worth it!

Heather McGrath
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Hiking
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Jonathan Roger
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Hiking
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Tay Boon Siang
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Hiking
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Helmont Siau
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Hiking
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Matt Olm
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Hiking
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Edwin van Geest
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Hiking
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Michael Turpin
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Hiking
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Mimi Violitzou
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