It is the 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines. I wasn’t able to see its beauty at its finest because of the weather but I’ll surely be back sooner or later. I wanted to see the famous “sea of clouds” but unfortunately I just saw a glimpse of it. This is an amazing place and one of the reasons why I climb mountains. Inspiringly and spectacularly beautiful plus the amazing bunch of people I got to climb with.
Mt. Pulag I’ll see you again later 🙂
These are the magnificent rice terraces you can see at the beginning of the climb. It can surely ease your shortness of breath before starting the upward trail.
The summit with these two amazing people 🙂
Climbing Mt. Pulag wouldn’t be complete without trying to ride on top of the jeepney, worth the risk. You can see amazing landscapes along the way.
I got to climb with these tough girls, how amazing 🙂
As Mt Pulag constantly gains its popularity, the number of tourists and climbers are also increasing. This is actually an alarming scenario, years from now I wonder how this place would look like if people wouldn’t start taking action to protect this lovely gem of Cordillera.
Expenses and Itinerary:
It’s advisable to go to Mt. Pulag in a group if you want to save money. I’ve been here Dec of 2013, we were a group of 20. We paid 2k inclusive of ride from Manila to Baguio and vice versa, monster jeepney from Baguio to Mt Pulag jump-off, 3 set of meals and a souvenir shirt.
night trip from Manila to Baguio
06:00 monster jeepney from Baguio to jump-off
lunch and briefing
Ambangeg-Ambangeg trail =2-3 hrs trek
campsite = dinner/socials
05:00 am = trek to summit 1-2 hrs
summit = sea of clouds if the weather if good
back to summit
pack your things and leave no trace
travel to Baguio, sightseeing for 2 hrs then back to Manila
There’s a portable toilet at the campsite but don’t expect much.
Things to bring:
The usual camping stuff
super thick jackets = really cold