Kelusa, Payangan, Jl. Raya Campuhan, Sayan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
A walk/hike along the Campuhan Ridge with lush green forests on either side of you is a lovely start to the day. As many others have said, it’s best to go as early as possible in order to avoid the heat as there is zero shade. There’s a bit of uphill to contend with but nothing too strenuous. Casual street shoes or sports shoes are recommended but not necessary. Took less than 2 hours round trip and there are art shops and cafes towards the end of you want to rest before returning.
This ridge walk was probably one of the things I enjoyed the most about our trip to Indonesia. Bring water and good shoes to make sure you enjoy, and if you can do it early in the morning or late in the afternoon to avoid the heat because there’s not a lot of shadow. The views through all the ridge walk are stunning and at the end there are many cafes surrounded by rice fields were you can relax.
A beautiful serene walk. We went about 7am and the view was wonderful, with mist floating through the tree tops. Later walking back the sun is very strong and you are totally exposed so I wouldn't recommend going mid day. Either as early as possible (during sunrise would be great) or later in the evening. At the top is a lovely cafe in the middle of some rice fields. A great place to take a break have a fresh coconut or get some breakfast.
Great hike. Very scenic. Easy (if your already a hiker). You get to see the jungle from the top. Stunning views. You’ll come across art shops, cafes, hotels and rice fields along the way. Some parts of the path accommodate motor bikes and cars which was not so nice.
Beautiful spot. Magical if you are here during sunset and golden hour. A bit of advice, the entrance can be hard to find. It is a small road BEFORE the bridge (if you are coming from ubud). There is a school a hundred meters from the main road, and you can park a car/bike there (mind you, it is not so big, better arrive early to secure your parking spot). DO NOT go on the path with the stairs next to the bridge, while it will eventually reach the same place, the path is quite tricky, and involved crossing a small river using only a bamboo bridge