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Jean Camille Pingkian reviewed Mount Marami
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First to Review

A long trail with awesome views. Bring lots of water as the heat can really wear you down.

Jean Camille Pingkian reviewed Mount Batulao
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Suitable for beginners. The trail is just stunning. It’s quite a popular hiking trail so expect a lot of people

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HikingMuddy

A very muddy trail. Beautiful falls though. Can get crowded too

Jean Camille Pingkian reviewed Mount Maculot Rockies Trail
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This was my first ever hike and the views did not disappoint. No wonder I fell in love with hiking. It can get crowded though so I suggest avoiding weekends

Maegan Cloutier reviewed Mount Tibag to Mount Pinagulbuan
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Good day trip from Manila. Easy to find a boat to get you out there. The trail is very dusty and a lot of horses and their droppings. Cool view from the top though and locals around to buy snacks and drinks from if needed

Rick Harting reviewed Mount Tapyas
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Great views from the top - make sure you walk around the very top point, as you can see views on the other side of the valley

Juliette Cabral reviewed Daranak Falls
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Family friendly short trail hike with amazing falls view. There’s picnic area some part along the path for the group to enjoy the day. Plenty of shades..

Christopher Van Gurp reviewed Panimahawa Ridge
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AllTrails User reviewed Mount Batulao Loop
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Wonderful experience! Trail begins on a paved road in decent condition which winds through a disarmingly charming local village - where I watched for the first time such things as a farmer using a carabao-drawn plow. Several locals offered to be tour guides. We finally gave in and one led us along for a very modest fee - there are no signs so it was good to know we were in the right path. Our guide spoke no English and was polite about my attempts to ask questions. Once through the village the trail becomes a single path along the ridge line with stunning views. On return leg bought some delicious treats from villagers. Not strenuous but ups and downs afford a good workout. Great day hike. No bugs. Should have brought more sunscreen. Nothing unfortunately in the way of wildlife as this area was deforested long ago, but the views are not to be missed!

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Mark Hinaman reviewed Mount Tapyas
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If you’re accustomed to other “stair” climbs, this one will be pretty simple. Beautiful from the top though. Worth the climb.

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Tami S reviewed Mount Tapyas
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Stairs hike to summit where cross and Coron sign are. After reaching the summit, follow the trail to a gazebo where you can rest in the shade and enjoy a light breeze and beautiful views. Another trail exists on the other side of the gazebo going towards the hills. This unofficial trail feels more like an actual hike than the stairs do. I recommend starting the hike 45-60 min before sunset.

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Georgina Buckley reviewed Mount Tapyas
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First to Review

A great workout to get to the top!

Jason White reviewed Mount Batulao Loop
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HikingMuddy

Awesome trail. the loop is no longer in service. the guide did out and back.

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Mt. Mataripis San Andres Tanay Rizal reviewed Mount Romelo, Buruwisan Falls, to Galalan Trail
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First to Review

I would recommend this trail good for suitable for begginers,

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david morgan reviewed Mount Batulao Loop
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Eric Delmoro reviewed Mount Romelo
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Oliver Descoeudres reviewed Mount Maculot: Rockies to Summit to Grotto
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First to Review

Great views from both the summit and the Rockies https://hikingtheworld.blog/2019/03/18/mt-maculot-batangas/

Patrick Austin reviewed Mount Maculot Rockies Trail
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an excellent trip for anyone wanting breathtaking views of Taal. you'll need to pay for a "guide" and get there early. it's very busy at the top as everyone must have 2000 selfies to commemorate the hike. super short but very steep. this was easy for me but my friends needed breaks.

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Strenuous but it's all worth it, the place is very challenging and speaking of adventures this is one of them. 60 kilometers of all kinds of challenges, some are 80 degrees climb, some area we have to do rappelling, the humid climate, muddy trails, and sulfur trails. Truly a hikes to behold because of its beauty. We first camp at the outskirt of Tumpis, and all the way up to the White Sand a designated campground before the summit. Early morning assault on the summit of Sunrise a view of Lake Jordan, the caldera of Mt. Apo. Packed our gears and assaulted the tallest peak of Mt. Apo, at the top of the Philippine island. Traversed down to the Kidapawan trail and we camp at the majestic Lake Venido for the night before going back down the trail to Lake Agco.

Jefferson Chua reviewed Kibungan Circuit
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The views are awesome, steep drops and small scree fields, panoramic views of the rice fields as well. A bit difficult to coordinate with local authorities since it's quite far-flung and signal is spotty. Also, as with almost all the major trails in the Philippines, a guide is required (they have fast and slow guides, depending on the fitness level of the hiker). Usual "circuit" doesn't include the trip back to the town proper as it is mostly road. Fortunately, my guide knew a hunter's trail that led back to the town proper. Doable in 9-12 hours in above average fitness level.

Andrew Minglana reviewed Galalan Trail
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