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Mt. Pulag temporarily closed for hikers and trekkers

TRACKED. The remaining parts of the butane gas stove found at the area where the fire started. Photo by BFP

MANILA, Philippines  — Mt. Pulag’s fire accident on January 20 leads to temporary suspension of the hiking and trekking activities in the mountain for a tleast six months or up until further notice. 297 more words


Travel Guide for DIY Mt. Pulag Hike 2018

Up for a DIY Hike? Mt. Pulag can be on your list. Get the chance to experience being like in a freezer with the cold weather, trekking in a Pine Forest, Mossy forest and Grassland in a single mountain, a breathtaking view of the Sea of Clouds, and say hello to the sun at the summit of Mt. 768 more words

Travel Guide And Experience

Travel Diary: A Guide to Survive Mt. Pulag

“Faith can move mountains.”

Matthew 17:20

Fun Facts

  • Mount Pulag is Luzon’s highest peak and the Philippines third highest mountain with an elevation of 2922 MASL.
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Mt. Pulag: Conquering PH's Third Highest Peak

Since the day I fell in love with the mountains, Mt. Pulag has been in my list of Philippine mountains to climb. I am no mountaineer. 878 more words

Laag Stories

Mt. Pulag

Mt. Pulag is one of the most famous mountains in the Philippines, standing proudly at 2922 meters above sea level. It has one of the richest biodiversity in the country, having vast forests full of pines, moss, and grass. 81 more words


Mt. Ulap: A glimpse of Paradise


  • Name: Mt. Ulap, Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet
  • Entry point: Brgy. Ampucao, Itogon
  • Exit point: Brgy. Santa Fe, Itogon
  • Elevation: 1846 MASL
  • Specs: Difficulty 3/9, Trail class 1-3…
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