Imagine standing on a cliff with a sea of clouds beneath you. Wouldn't that be majestic? Mount Pulag is located in Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. Standing at 2,922 meters above sea level, Mount Pulag is the highest peak in Luzon and third in the whole Philippines. It's the perfect climb for the newbie mountain climber as it offers adventure and awe, but with a terrain that an unseasoned climber can take on.
Being one of the most-maintained and premier national parks in the Philippines, Mount Pulag is home to numerous endangered flora and fauna, such as the dwarf bamboo, the cloud rat, kock’s pita, serpent eagle, Philippine deer, and Philippine pig. Ethnic tribes--the Ibaloi, Kalanguya, Kankana-ey, and Ibanag--also reside in the area. It is important to note that these tribes consider this mountain sacred.
Deep ravines, gorges and steep terrain characterize Mount Pulag, which is why it is recommended to go here with a group and a guide who is familiar with the terrain. The Ambangeg/Babadac Trail is the main trail going to the peak of Mount Pulag. Vehicles can go through the Ambangeg Trail, which leads to the Ranger Station. From there, climbers need to follow the path on foot.
The climb up Mount Pulag may be a challenge, but the view on the top is definitely priceless.
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