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Mt. Pulag via Ambangeg Trail, Bokod, Benquet has an elevation of 2,922 meters above sea level is one of the most famous mountains in the Philippines. It's Luzon's highest peak with views of verdant ranges, pine and mossy forest, grasslands and noted for dwarf bamboo...More
A destination for the adventurous and strong determination. The trekking is moderately difficult. The early morning sunrise above the clouds will surely bring you close to your creator. Mount Pulag is a testament to the opulence of God. It’s beauty can not be captured by...More
I consider Mt. Pulag as #1 on my list of mountains to hike. Don't forget to appreciate the trail while hiking.
1. If its your first time, I suggest that it is a must to have someone from your group who has already experienced...More
Compared to all the mountains we've hiked, Mt. Pulag is still the best one there is. The experience is just different. Please if you will visit, don't throw your trash! Put it in your pocket! Keep it clean people.
The sea of clouds here at Mt Pulag are truly the best I have seen in my hikes from Nepal to Vietnam. All you need is a 3 hour hike up, pretty good return for the effort.
We booked an organised tour leaving from Cubao...More
The hike was fun filled with blueberry picking, water refilling from the springs we passed by (the water was sweet, icy cold and smelled of strawberries) and just staring in awe at the breathtaking view while taking pictures of cool fauna that catches our attention.
In November 18-19 I went on a second visit to Mt Pulag National Park. My first visit was in April, 2010. The road is now concreted all the way to the Babalak Ranger's Station. It was a weekend and a requirement to camp here instead...More
2922 meters above sea level
Luzon highest peak.
3rd in the Philippines
Entrance fee P150/person
Camping fee P50/person
LGU fee P150/person
Guide fee P600/1-5 person P120/5person or more
Porter fee (optional) P600/15 kgs and above
🚫Do not forget to bring your medical certificate
It's one of the best climb I had this year. Akiki trail is nicknamed as the Killer Trail, the heck it is. It's an all time assault towards the summit but because of the scenic views, the heaviness of my pack, the ache of my...More
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We took the Akiki-Ambangeg trail which is categorized under 7/9 difficulty level but my 13y.o. sister managed to finish it. The trail is really beautiful, crossing through Pine Forest, Mossy Forest and Grassland at one hike was something unique for this mountain and the Akiki...More
Hi Adrian.Please know that only Ambangeg trail is open for Day Hike and that the Summit is closed, although there are other peaks you can trek. Akiki trail where the fire was, is closed to hikers until it is rehabilitated... More
Hi Adrian.Please know that only Ambangeg trail is open for Day Hike and that the Summit is closed, although there are other peaks you can trek. Akiki trail where the fire was, is closed to hikers until it is rehabilitated, which means, indefinitely.
There are several numbers you can call at the Ranger Station ~ Mt. Pulag National Park Management Bo. Balabag, Bashoy, Kabayan Benguet, 8AM-5PM regular working days
I hope this helps.