Trips - Mt. Pulog Photos 

Climbing Mt. Pulog

Photos by Robert Gardner

   The giant of the Cordillera Central mountain range, Mt. Pulog, is the highest peak on the island of Luzon rising 2,934 meters. It is the second highest mountain in the Philippines and is just 20-m lower than Mt. Apo on Mindanao. (View Mt. Pulog Location Map)

   Less than 50-km from Baguio City, as the crow flies, it is a torturous 4-hour bus ride to the jump-off point. From there, steep roads and trails climb through mountain villages, forests, and grassland habitats. 

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