Bocaue Peak – A Spontaneous Day Trek

There are times when on-the-spot impromptu trips are better than the ones that are meticulously planned and scheduled. Maybe because this gives us the instant hype feeling of adventure and anticipation, and lesser time to rethink and slack off. I, myself have experienced this for several times. The latest instance was last … Read More

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Mt. Naupa – A Weekend Breather

After a long stressful week, nothing compares with the relief brought by an escape back to mama nature’s arms. Escaping from the city has this “healing” factor. It naturally de-stresses you physically and mentally. Everybody has their own share of getting stressed, be it from work, school, relationships or simply … Read More

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Mt. Takliad And The Lost Trail

Mt. Takliad is located in Argao, Cebu. A neighbouring peak of the infamous Mt. Lantoy. This lesser known peak hasn’t reached the ears of most campers yet. I was able to climb the peak as I was invited to join the weekend trip plotted by fellow outdoor bloggers Wandering Soul … Read More

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Mt. Lanaya : Freedom Climb

June 11, 2016, the NCR Trekkers Club once again organized a trekking event to commemorate the annual Philippine Independence day, thus naming the event “Freedom Climb”. The climb also served as a pre-climb for the club’s Tres Marias major climb in Biliran on the following week, which I really envied … Read More

National Mountain Clean Up Day 2016 at Mt. Babag

June 4, 2016, Saturday, marks the 3rd National Mountain Clean Up Day. The annual movement, I believe, was first started by the Pinoy Mountaineer group. In participation of the movement,  NCR Trekkers Club headed the Cebu – Mt. Babag/Chalet Hills leg. My friend who has been on the club extended … Read More

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Mount Pulag – My First Major Climb

Mount Pulag is located in Kabayan, Benguet. It is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 metres (9,587 ft) above sea level. Baguio, usually is the starting point of most climbers. It was September of 2014 when we climbed Mt. Pulag. This should have been just a side-trip for our Sagada itinerary, but eventually, in … Read More

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