Philippine Top Mountains to Climb

 

Mount Pico de Loro, Cavite
Mount Daguldol, Batangas
Mount Pinatubo, Zambales
Mount Ugu, Benguet
Mount Pulag, Benguet
Mount Mariveles, Tarak Ridge, Bataan
Mount Kitanglad Range, Bukidnon
Mount Apo, Davao del Sur
Mount Kanla-on, Negros Occidental
Mount Guiting-Guiting, Romblon
Mt. Banahaw, Quezon
Mt. Makiling, Laguna

Philippine Hike Mountains By Region

 

THE CORDILLERAS HIKING
CAGAYAN VALLEY HIKING
CENTRAL LUZON HIKING
SOUTHERN TAGALOG HIKING
MIMAROPA HIKING
BICOL REGION HIKING
VISAYAS ISLANDS HIKING
NORTHERN MINDANAO HIKING
SOUTHERN MINDANAO HIKING

 

 

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Popular Mountain for Hiking

Mount Pulag, Benguet

 

In the central region of Cordillera lies the “playground of the Gods”. The 2930 meter high Mount Pulag is the third highest mountain in the Philippines and the highest in Luzon. Covering portions of Benguet, Ifugao, Nueva Viscaya, it is considered the seat of the Igorot tribal culture. It’s only a six-hour drive to the Northest of Baguio City, making it a popular mountaineering and hiking destination. Mountaineers and hikers experience three types of vegetation- cool, dry pine forest at the bottom, dark, mossy forest in the middle and vast grasslands at the summit which provides a spectacular 360 degree view of the Cordillera. With good weather, you’ll see mountaintops over a vast ocean of white swirling clouds.

 

How to get there: Fly to Manila then take a bus to Baguio City. From there, hire a jeepney for Kabayan, Benguet.

 

 


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Philippine Top Mountains to Climb: Mount Pico de Loro, Cavite, Mount Daguldol, Batangas, Mount Pinatubo, Zambales, Mount Ugu, Benguet, Mount Pulag, Benguet, Mount Mariveles, Tarak Ridge, Bataan, Mount Kitanglad Range, Bukidnon, Mount Apo, Davao del Sur, Mount Kanla-on, Negros Occidental, Mount Guiting-Guiting, Romblon, Mt. Banahaw, Quezon, Mt. Makiling, Laguna

Philippine Hike Mountains By Region: THE CORDILLERAS HIKING , CAGAYAN VALLEY HIKING , CENTRAL LUZON HIKING, SOUTHERN TAGALOG HIKING , MIMAROPA HIKING, BICOL REGION HIKING, VISAYAS ISLANDS HIKING, NORTHERN MINDANAO HIKING, SOUTHERN MINDANAO HIKING

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