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The month of February is every climber’s most awaited month to climb Mount Pulag, the highest peak in Luzon, the third highest in the country. The first time I was here, our team was not able to witness that epic sunrise at Luzon’s highest peak. We planned to do a “revenge climb” even if it would only be at the celebrity trail of Ambangeg, then do a backtrail descent to make it easier. But I don’t mind if I had to through the “killer trail” again of Akiki. It was one of my favorite trails anyway. So yes I am back!

I hope reading this will help you see the beauty of the outdoors, particularly mountaineering. Click here to read more MOUNT PULAG AKIKI TRAIL-AMBANGEG TRAIL: Return to the Playground of the Gods

The blogger in full armor against the cold.. :)


Eddet River.

The steep assault of Akiki Trail.

Waiting for daylight. The early glimpse of sunrise at the summit.

The clouds started to disperse. There’s Mount Amuyao from Mountain Province, clearly seen from the summit of Mount Pulag.

Descending via Ambangeg Trail. The “bald” treeless summit of Mount Pulag and the grass laden slopes make it look like a haystack.

Inside the mossy forest.



Comments (2)

  1. I love the scenic view :)

  2. @abigail you should try it, too.

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