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Mt. Guiting-Guiting [Reverse Traverse] Toughest Hike in the Philippines

The climb to Mt. Guiting-Guiting (G2) involves seemingly endless scrambling on steep and rocky terrain, night trek beginning at 2AM, knife-edge ridge crossing & kiss the wall segments, and includes getting through a 90-degree wall without ropes. As one of the toughest hikes in the Philippines, this requires a healthy sense of adventure. We took the Reverse Traverse with the trailhead at Sitio Olango in San Fernando, climbing up to the summit with a height of 2,058 masl… Continue reading Mt. Guiting-Guiting [Reverse Traverse] Toughest Hike in the Philippines

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Walk the Torq: Mount Kinabalu via Ferrata Experience

Mt. Kinabalu is the world’s highest via ferrata route and Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hikers are required to take a short training at Pendant Hut (3,289 masl) around 4pm the day before summiting Low’s Peak (4095.2 masl) to experience the via ferrata (iron path)—a steep route with a series of metal rungs, cables, and bridges installed on mountain walls… Continue reading Walk the Torq: Mount Kinabalu via Ferrata Experience

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Mt. Pinatubo: Easy Hike to the Crater Lake

After receiving several promotional emails for cheap flight bookings to Clark Pampanga, I finally decided to plan my next outdoor adventure. During that time, I was eager to do a lot of travels to accomplish some under my bucketlist which includes Mt. Pinatubo. The jump off site is in Capas, Tarlac — an hour from Clark International Airport… Continue reading Mt. Pinatubo: Easy Hike to the Crater Lake