Philippine Mountains and Peaks in Mindanao
Peak/Mountain

1. Mt Apo
2. Mt Dulang-Dulang
3. Mt Kitanglad
4. Mt Piapayungan
5. Mt Maagnaw
6. Mt Lumuluyaw
7. Mt Malindang
8. Mt Candalaga
9. Mt Tuminungan
10. Mt Latukan
11. Mt Matutum
12. Kalatungan Mts
13. Mt Kampalili
14. Mt Sumagaya
15. Mt Busa
16. Mt Hilonghilong
17. Mt Lumot
18. South Peak
19. Mt Mayo
20. Parker Volcano
21. Mt Tangkulang
22. Mt Agtuuganon
23. Mt Hamiquitan
24. Mt Latian
25. Mt Mabaho
26. Mt Nara
27. Mt Hibok-Hibok
28. Basilan Peak
29. Mt Lapac
30. Mosuan Vol
Elevation (m/ft)

2954m (9689ft)
2938m (9637ft)
2899m (9509ft)
2815m (9233ft)
2742m (8994ft)
2612m (8567ft)
2425m (7954ft)
2402m (7880ft)
2400m (7872ft)
2316m (7596ft)
2293m (7521ft)
2286m (7498ft)
2257m (7403ft)
2248m (7375ft)
2083m (6823ft)
1838m (6029ft)
            ?
1770m (5806ft)
1738m (5701ft)
1738m (5701ft)
1678m (5504ft)
1652m (5419ft)
1629m (5343ft)
1612m (5287ft)
1584m (5195ft)
1539m (5048ft)
1332m (4369ft)
1011m (3316ft)
357m (1171ft)
302m ( 991ft)
Province (Island)

Davao/Cotabato
Bukidnon
Bukidnon
Lanao S./N. Cotabato
Bukidnon
Bukidnon
Misamis Occ.
Davao del Norte
Bukidnon
Lanao del Sur
South Cotabato
Bukidnon
Davao
Misamis Or.
South Cotabato
Agusan del Norte
Misamis Or.
Misamis Occ.
Davao
South Cotabato
Bukidnon
Davao
Davao
Davao
Agusan del Norte
Davao
Camiguin (Cam. Is.)
Basilan (Basilan Is.)
Sulu (Sulu Is.)
Bukidnon
                                       Annotations

FA in 1880 by Don Joaquin Rajal; Top-5 INMD; MFPI 1980  & 1989; 2958m others
Kitanglad Range; PMS in Mindanao
Kitanglad Range; MFPI 1987; 2287m & 2955 in other sources

Kitanglad Range
Kitanglad Range
Highest in the Province; PMS in Mindanao
MFPI 1998; PMSN
Kitanglad Range; present in the Rodol Map


MFPI in 1995

PMS in Mindanao; crash site of Flight 387


PMS in Mindanao; with Kaplag trail



Kitanglad Range;
Tungkulan or Tankulan in other sources





Highest in the island; PMSN
Highest in the island
Highest in the island
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