At 14,793 feet the high point of Papua New Guinea. These pictures are from three trips to the mountain in 1975, 1978, and 1979. The '78 and '79 pictures are combined to provide a continuous pictorial narrative. Place names like The Forest and Valley of the Apes are unofficial. "Pindaude" is the spelling used for the high lakes as it appears in the 1975 Information for Climbers. These lakes have various names depending upon where one sources one's information.
1975 pictures are scans from 35mm negatives, my camera at the time obviously light-leaky. 1978 and 1979 are scans from 35mm Kodachrome transparencies.