HighAltitude

I am Jerry Karundeng of Indonesia. Currently, staying in the Philippines for temporary.

It was back in the middle of 2007 when a friend of mine who later became my coach, introduced and converted me into this religion called ‘running’, Angelo Padua of Dagupan City.

I started running in August 2007 in preparation for Baguio Milo 21k Elimination on November 2007 and that was a run to remember…

Coming from my passion to the mountain, HighAltitude is chose to be the name of this blog.

Interestingly, my ultimate dream being a runner is not to be able to participate/qualify in Boston Marathon, as most runner wishes to, but to join Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon, the world’s highest marathon, from Everest basecamp (5,365m) – to Namche Bazar (3,440m).

Push beyond the limit – Never stop exploring!

/highaltitude

Responses

  1. Wow! No wonder your blogname is High Altitude. Your ultimate dream is to run the highest marathon! At the rate you’re going, you’re gonna achieve this goal sooner than you expected. Good luck, Jerry!

  2. Thank you so much Nora…

    Please keep inspiring!

  3. hi jerry. very interesting articles. nice to get to know you and your blog.

    keep reaching for higher heights!

    rene
    jazzrunner

  4. Rene,
    I hope we could meet each other personally. You had a great trail run. How to get there from manila?

  5. Hi Jerry,

    seen your poster in the TNF yesterday, astig!

    see you at the TNF100?

  6. Hi Anna, I wont join TNF100 but I will run the 20k. Thanks Anna, the rest of the pictures are astig too hehehe

  7. Hey Jerry, You’ve got nice pictures there… I also hope that I could hike more mountains to add in my gallery of pictures…

    Hope to see you onthe road soon!

    Argonaut
    http://www.argonautquest.wordpress.com

  8. Sure, let’s plan for a mountain climbing with takbo.ph :)

  9. Is that you in the photographs? Nice pictures.

    That’s a wonderful aspiration! It would definitely be an experience to run that marathon.

    I hope that I’m as interested as you in running.

  10. Jeremy, that’s my pictures. Thanks a lot. You could start run now hehehe.

  11. Hi Jerry,

    We would like to send you an invite for our marathon event. Can I please get your email addreess?

    Yu can contact me through joelcanalita@fuentesmanila.com

    Thanks!

    Joel

  12. hi I’m gonx of the philippines. currently staying in jaro, DB ledesma, iloilo city. i am a friend of your girlfriend. i am a boy. which makes me her boy friend. lol. peace brother. nice meeting you. dont forget me pls. i am the poor one. the one who has not eaten. the one who has no money. hehehe

  13. Hi Jerry,

    me and my wife are flying to Jakarta on Sunday. Our plan is to travel to Bali and back. Do you have any suggestions for trails that are worth running?

    Thanks,
    Thy

  14. @Thy,

    I’m really sorry for the late reply. I just got back from Sabah. I’m wondering if you are still in Indonesia…

    @Gonx,

    Hi Gonx, thanks for dropping by hehe Next time around if I will bring food for Karen, I’ll bring some for you to :) It was really nice to meet you too, Pare.

  15. Hi Jerry,

    I’m from Indonesia and just read your old blog comment regarding trail running route in Sukawana area. If you still have the trail route (or any other trail routes around Jakarta/West Java), do you mind sharing it with me? My email: diwidjaja at gmail dot com.

    Thanks a lot in advance

    david


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