Mt. Kalawitan


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FUN AT Mt. Kalawitan


Trail Difficulty: 6/10

Adventure Duration: 3 day/s

Climbing up to the top of the 2714 MASL high Mt. Kalawitan located at the heart of the Cordillera region North of Luzon is both a challenging experience and a rewarding hike. Mt. Kalawitan is one of the highest peaks in Luzon and climbing it is always a challenging and humbling experience for a true adventurer. With the pine and thick moss forests surrounding the mountain together with the dwarf bamboos that are abundant around its premises, Mt. Kalawitan is a spectacle of nature’s beauty and biodiversity.
 
The journey towards the peak of the mountain can be an experience to get closer to nature. Aside from the natural beauty that it possesses, Mt. Kalawitan is also home to a thriving culture of indigenous people. To try the food cooked by locals and to dance with them around a bonfire with gongs will definitely take your whole journey to a different level. The experience of climbing the mountain is not only a memorable adventure but a learning experience as well. The adventurers who have already been on top of the mountain can be a witness of the knowledge about nature and culture that Mt. Kalawitan has imparted to them.
 
Come and take on the challenge of climbing up one of Northern Luzon’s highest peaks and be rewarded by the natural beauty that Mt. Kalawitan can offer its visitors as well as be welcomed by the locals living within the mountain. This experience can be made possible by the help of Trail Adventours.

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS TRIP

Day 1
09:00 PM Registration: VIctory Liner (Pasay)
04:00 AM ETA Baguio. Proceed to Bus Station for Transfer
05:00 AM ETD For Halsema Road
07:30 AM Trek to Mt. Timbak
09:30 AM Mt. Timbak Summit
11:30 AM Waiting Shed, Lunch
12:00 PM Bus/chartered van to Sabangan
03:30 PM ETA Panorama View Point, Sabangan. Coffee Break
04:30 PM Trek via Chico river and pass by Dagiwdiw Rice Terraces
05:30 PM ETA at APA Campsite: Dinner-Socials-Bonfire
Day 2
10:30 AM Last Panoramic Viewpoint
11:30 AM ETA Kalawitan Summit. Lunch
12:30 PM Descent
05:00 PM Back at Camp Site
Day 3
12:00 PM Lunch
01:00 PM ETA at Baguio, Rest. Option to explore
04:00 PM Depart for Manila

PACKAGE PRICE: PHP 5,700


INCLUSIONS:

Roundtrip bus transportation:  Manila-Baguio 
Transportation: Baguio-Sabangan 
Registration fees, environmental and cultural fees
Accommodations at Hunters Huts 
Camp Meals  (Day 1: Lunch and Dinner, Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, Day 3: Breakfast)
Adventure Guide/ Coordinator
Local Guide Fees
Certificate of Conquest 
Trail Adventours ID

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
  • Jacket
  • Sun, Rain and cold protection (Sun Block, raincoat, gloves etc..)
  • Sleeping Bag/Blanket
  • Head Light
  • Toiletries
  • Personal Medicines
  • Slippers/Sandals
  • Tupperware
  • Snacks

*No need for tents 

You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)

1. How do we get to Mt. Kalawitan?
A 6 hour bus ride from Manila to Baguio then another 5 hour Jeep ride to the jump off point of Mt. Kalawitan. 

2. What transportation will be used?
The Victory Liner bus line.

3. Where is the bus station?
Bus station is located in Pasay, near the MRT/EDSA station. 

4. Is the climb hard?
Mt. Kalawitan has a dificulty of 6/10, 10 being the hardest. The first and third day may be relatively easy but the second day, the trek to the summit, is a 6 hour continuous steep ascent to the summit. The second is the most challenging date. One must be physically fit and healthy to do this climb. 

5. Is there cellphone signal?
There is no signal at the campsite. On the trails, cellphone signal is intermittent. 

6. Where do we stay?
We will be staying on the lodges of ex-hunters. We will be using our  mattress for the floor which will serve as our bed. Restrooms are communal.

7. What food will be served?
This will be discussed during the preparation climb meeting. 

8. How cold does it get?
 Usually temperatures at night and early morning range from 10-15deg. If it rains it gets colder. 

9.Can we take a bath before heading back to Baguio?
We can take a bath at the campsite.

Destination Date Remaining Slot(s) Status
Mt. Kalawitan Apr 27,2018 - Apr 29,2018 14 Active

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