Climbs


Mt. Andolor Trail

The Mt. Andolor trail is a very tricky combination of extreme highs and lows. The lows include the seemingly never-ending concrete road leading up to the dirt trail; the highs include breathtaking panoramic views and numerous stars that light up the night sky.

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Finding Osmeña Peak

Cebu is not only home to nice beaches and historical sites, but also beautiful mountains, tall waterfalls, and more. As part Cebu trip, we included Osmeña Peak in our itinerary. Osmeña Peak, named in honor of Cebu’s famous Osmeña clan, is also known as O-Peak.

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Hiking Mt. Nagsasa 5

Mt. Nagsasa, found between Mt. Cinco Picos and Mt. Balingkilat, is known as a friendlier mountain than its two neighbors in terms of trek difficulty and distance to summit. The trail itself is easy and the view is great; what makes the hike harder is the heat.

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Camping in Mt. Cabuyao

Mt. Cabuyao/Kabuyao, usually mistaken for Mt. Sto. Tomas, sits at approximately 2,025 MASL, giving a really great vantage point for those who want a bird’s eye-view of Baguio City and her surrounding mountains. On a clear day, many major mountains can be seen.

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Mt. Ugo Itinerary

Mt. Ugo/Ugu offers some of the most scenic mountain trails ever in CAR. The summit can be reached via established routes from the provinces of Benguet, Nueva Vizcaya, and Pangasinan. Some trails pass through native communities of the Lowa and Kalanguya tribes.

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Mt. Amuyao Traverse

Mt. Amuyao is the 10th highest mountain in the Philippines and one of the notable landmarks in Mt. Province. Aside from being a significant part of local culture. You will see native communities, pine forests, panoramic views, and mountain towns along the way.

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