Puncak Jaya (pronounced [ˈpuntʃaʔ ˈdʒaja]) or CARSTENSZ PYRAMID 4,884 metres / 16,023 feet – as one of the world’s seven summit become unreasonable to climb.
Location : West Papua Province, Indonesia
Range : Sudirman Mountains
Coordinates : 4° 04′ 73″ S, 137°09′ 57″ E
Puncak Jaya, sometimes called Mount Carstensz or the Carstensz Pyramid, is the highest mountain on the island of New Guinea, on the Australia-New Guinea continent and in Oceania. It is the highest point between the Himalaya and the Andes and the highest island peak in the world. The peak is located in what is variously called the Sudirman Range or the Dugunduguoo, in the western central highlands of Papua, the Indonesian western half of the island, and is the highest peak in the country