The objective of this master thesis is the evaluation and modelling of a mass movement which occurs at the landslide area in Ciloto (West Java - Indonesia). The movement is mainly triggered by accumulated water from surrounding areas and moving in a south-easterly direction. The strong vegetated landslide zone, which includes rotational, translational and compounded slides, is located between the volcano Gunung Gede and the mountain Gunung Lemo. For decades this sliding area serves as a residential zone, agricultural land as well as an important infrastructural region for the inhabitants of West Java. Detailed knowledge of the mass movement can help scientists in counselling government officials to provide effective prevention policies and support for inhabitants at risk. Previous measurements by means of Global Positioning System (GPS) and Total Positioning Stations (total station - TPS) indicated regionally and sectorally different motions within the landslide. Based on these results the measurement campaign for this research was planned along an assumed border between a rotational and a translational movement. Within three observation periods the viewpoints are monitored by GPS and Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS). Statistical methods are used to obtain a precise estimation of the accuracy of the measurements. To ensure an exact linkage between the GPS and TLS scans a bundle block adjustment was carried out. Furthermore, by means of the covariance error propagation law, the accuracies of the measured, the registrated as well as the georeferenced points plus the GPS accuracy, are taken into account to estimate the overall accuracy. Finally, the t-Student distribution was used to evaluate the significant displacements of observation points. For the analysis the TLS results are split in horizontal (X and Y ) and vertical (Z) movements.