Mt. Amuyao traverse


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Trail Difficulty: 8/10

Adventure Duration: 4 day/s

Mt. Amuyao, standing at 2,200 meters above sea level, is the ninth highest mountain in the country. It is a very challenging mountain, and therefore popular among seasoned mountaineers. Located in the Mountain Province in the Cordillera Region, Mt. Amuyao offers spectacular vistas of forests, surrounding mountains, and the world-famous rice terraces to those trekking to its peak. However, the journey to the top isn’t easy, so hiking experience—or at least great determination and preparation—is necessary before proceeding with the trip.

After reaching the peak, most hikers set up camp to prepare for the journey the next day. This is just the beginning of the adventure, however; on the way, trekkers will visit several villages, such as Pat-yay, Cambulo, and Batad. In the end, all the effort is worth it, for the dramatic landscape seen from the summit of Mt. Amuyao is reason alone to undertake this demanding climb.

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS TRIP

Day 1
08:00 PM (Day 0) Meet up at Ohayami Bus Terminal, Lacson Ave., Metro Manila.
09:00 PM Depart for Banaue.
06:00 AM (Day 1) ETA Banaue. Breakfast. Depart for Barlig, Mountain Province. Breakfast and depart for Mt. Amuyao.
10:30 AM ETA Jump off point. Orientation. Start trek.
04:30 PM ETA Barlig view point. Continue ascent
05:30 PM ETA Summit. Camp. Dinner.
Day 2
05:00 AM Wake up call. breakfast. Start traverse.
01:00 PM ETA Pat-yay Village. Lunch and rest. Continue trek.
06:00 PM ETA Cambulo Village. Dinner. Spend the night in Cambulo Village.
Day 3
06:30 AM Wake up call. Breakfast. Start trek to Batad.
12:30 PM ETA Batad town. Head to Tappiyah falls. Swim and enjoy the falls.
02:00 PM Continue trek to Batad Town.
04:00 PM ETA Batad. Spend the night in Batad. Celebration!
Day 4
08:00 AM Free time to enjoy Batad.
11:00 AM Lunch and depart to Batad view deck.
01:30 PM ETA Batad view deck. Board jeep to Banaue.
03:00 PM ETA Banaue. Souvenir buying and go around the town. Dinner.
07:00 PM Depart for Manila.

PACKAGE PRICE: PHP 7,400


INCLUSIONS:

Roundtrip bus: Manila-Banaue
Chartered Jeepney: Banaue-Mt.Amuyao
Chartered Jeepney: Batad-Banaue
Camp meals (Day 1: Dinner, Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner, Day 3: Breakfast and Lunch)
Processing of permits
Registration and other applicable Fees
1 night accommodation at Cambulo
1 night accommodation at Batad
Adventure Guide/ Coordinator
Local Guides
Trail AdvenTours ID 
Certificate of Conquest 

PRIVATE PACKAGE RATE:

N/A


BOOK FOR A PRIVATE TRIP

Please email info@trailadventours.com for any inquries and booking.
  • Clothes good enough for the trip
  • A good pair of trekking shoes
  • Jacket (It is advised to have 2 jackets a cotton/fleece jacket for the cold and a water proof jacket for when you walk at the camp site.)
  • Rain and Sun Protection (Sun block, shades, rain coat etc.)
  • Head Light
  • Water or rehydration fluids
  • Tupperware/ Eating utensils
  • Snack/ Trail Food
  • Trekking Pole
  • Toiletries (tissue, wet wipes, tooth brush etc.)
  • Camera
  • Personal medications
  • Slippers
  • Deposit slip and remaining balance
  • Waiver


* Tents are needed. You have an option to rent from us or bring your own.
Please e-mail us at info@trailadventours for tent and sleeping bag rental.

You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)

1. Is it necessary that we spend another night in Batad? 
After a three day traverse climb spending another night in this quaint village is highly encouraged. You are tired, exhausted and what better way to rest but in this beautiful village. However, if you really need to leave after the hike then we can organize this for you. We will send you more details through email.  

2. There's a tower at the summit of Mt.Amuyao. Can we spend the night there instead of camping?
This is possible. However, we do not want to depend highly on this thus, we will be bringing tents.

3. How will the food be arranged? 
All camp meals will be provided.

4. Is there signal in the mountain? 
On our 4 day climb there will be only signal on Day 1 and on some parts of Day 2.

A preparation climb meeting will be done to discuss everything about the climb.  

Destination Date Remaining Slot(s) Status
Mt. Amuyao traverse Nov 30,2017 - Dec 03,2017 15 Active
Mt. Amuyao traverse Dec 27,2017 - Dec 30,2017 16 Active

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