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Definitely not a walkabout. The climb itself wasn't that technical but the unpredictable weather in November may be a hurdle. Tall grasses offer no refuge from the elements. Early morning River crossing is a killer to your shoes, toenails, and feet. This surprisingly average climb...More
We went to Mt. Cinco picos traverse to Silanguin cove!
Budget is 1500php
We rode a bus from Cubao.
Then rent a jeepney up to the starting point. You need to give letter with signatures (prepare 3 copies) one of the copy is you need...More
Better prep for this one. Not your normal day hike if you want to climb all summits. Well summit 4 - 5 were not open to tourist when we visited, but just the same 1 2 3 were quite challenging already. Take lots of fluids,...More
I don't normally do hiking or climbing mountains but I love seeing new places and so when an opportunity to climb Mt. Cinco Picos came, I was hesitant but of course jumped at the chance to do so.
The climb up was of course hard....More
Hiked with Trailadventours.com as a day hike. Weather was good, early November, not too hot, nice breeze most of the way. The hardest part was 6' tall grass most of the way making it really hard to see where you are stepping. I turned my...More