Trail Difficulty: 5/10
Adventure Duration: 1 day/s
|12:01 AM||Meet up and Registration at McDonald's El Pueblo, Ortigas|
|12:30 AM||Depart for Mt. Cinco Picos, Zambales.|
|04:00 AM||Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) Sitio Cawag. Orientation and final preparation.|
|04:30 AM||Start trek.|
|09:00 AM||ETA Peak 1. Continue trek.|
|11:00 AM||Camp site (lunch and explore, proceed to peak 2).|
|01:00 PM||Start descent.|
|05:00 PM||ETA Mt. Cinco Picos jump-off point.|
|06:00 PM||Estimated Time of Departure (ETD) for Manila. Dinner along the way.|
|11:00 PM||ETA Manila|
Roundtrip private vehicle: Manila-Mt. Cinco Picos, Zambales
Registration, entrance and DENR fees
Trail AdvenTours ID
10-12 people: Php 2,000.00/person
8-9 people: Php 2,300.00/person
6-7 people: Php 3,000.00/person
5 people: Php 3,300.00/person
Less than 4 people: Php 16,000.00
1. How do we get there?
We will be using private vehicles. Travel time is 3 hours.
2. Is the climb ideal for beginners?
No. The trek is difficult and challenging. It is a 5 hour continuous ascent through 40 to 50 degree steep trails to the summit. However, if you are confident with your physical fitness then there will be no problem.
3. Are there restrooms?
There are restrooms at the jump-off point. It is possible to take a bath here.
4. Is there a water source?
None. Mt. Cinco Picos is infamous for its very exposed and dry trails thus, 4L of water or more is required.
5. Are there there any river crossing?
Yes. There are two river crossing involved that are below knee-level. On dry months the river is dried up as well.
|Mt. Cinco Picos||Aug 19,2017||10||Active|
|Mt. Cinco Picos||Oct 07,2017||10||Active|
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