|Papua Province, Indonesia|
|Elevation||4,760 m (15,620 ft)|
|Prominence||2,760 m (9,060 ft)|
|Listing||Seven Second Summits
|Range||Jayawijaya (Orange) Range|
|First ascent||9 September 1959
by Herman Verstappen, Arthur Escher, Max Tissing, Jan de Wijn & Piet ter Laag 
Puncak Mandala (until 1963 Julianatop or Juliana Peak) is a mountain located in Papua, Indonesia. At 4,760 metres (15,617 ft), it is the highest point of the Jayawijaya (Orange) Range. Following Mount Carstensz (4884 m) 350 km to the east, Mandala is the second highest freestanding mountain of Oceania, Australasia, New Guinea and Indonesia.
Mandala is one of the three high massifs of Western New Guinea, together with the Cartstensz and Trikora complexes. This peak used to have an ice cap, but it was last seen in 1989 and by 2003 it was totally gone. Based on the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission data, this peak is likely higher than Puncak Trikora, which lost its icecap in about 1960.
- List of Southeast Asian mountains
- List of highest mountains in Oceania
- List of Ultras of Malay Archipelago
- List of highest mountains of New Guinea
- "Puncak Mandala" at GunungBagging.com
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