On 21-22 November 2011, i was trekking to the top of Mt. Sinabung (2,460 m or 8,071 ft)) located at 3°10′12″N 98°23′31″E. It needed 7 hours from the base camp to the top of the mountain. Unfortunately when i had arrived at the top, on 22 November morning, the weather was very cold and made me difficult to take the pictures. I hope you can enjoy this pictures.
Mount Sinabung (Indonesian: Gunung Sinabung) is a Pleistocene-to-Holocene stratovolcano of andesite and dacite in the Karo plateau of Karo Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia, 25 miles from Lake Toba supervolcano. Many old lava flows are on its flanks and the last known eruption, before recent times, occurred in the year 1600. Solfataric activities (cracks where steam, gas, and lava are emitted) were last observed at the summit in 1912, but no other documented events had taken place until an eruption in the early hours of 29 August 2010.With the 2010 eruption, Sinabung joins other, long inactive volcanoes such as Fourpeaked Mountain in Alaska which have erupted in recent years.