Mt. Pulag


FUN AT Mt. Pulag

Trail Difficulty: 4/10

Adventure Duration: 3 day/s

Mt. Pulag is one of the most famous mountains in the Philippines, standing proudly at 2926 masl. It has one of the richest biodiversity in the country, having vast forests full of pines, moss, and grass. It is a mountain worth climbing, both for its challenging trails and its natural beauty.

Trail Adventours offers the climb to the summit through the Ambangeg Trail. Camping* on the mountain is definitely a rewarding experience; you will constantly be surrounded by jaw-dropping views and embraced by the mountain’s cool air. Mt. Pulag offers visitors the thrill, fun, and reward they deserve.
*Please take note that camping is not allowed Friday-Monday.

Did you know?
The natives say that Mt. Pulag is the “playground of the gods.” It has the highest peak in
Luzon and is the third highest mountain in the Philippines.

Please be informed that a Medical Certificate is a must for all hikers as a policy by the DENR. Thank you. 


Day 1
09:00 PM Day 0
09:00 PM Meetup and Registration. Depart for Baguio
03:00 AM Day 1
03:00 AM Arrive Baguio. Board Jeepney. Breakfast along the way. Side trips(Ambuklao Dam, Jang Jang Hanging Bridge, and Daclan Sulfur Spring)
10:00 AM ETA D.E.N.R. Orientation
01:30 PM Lunch. Depart for Homestay
04:00 PM Arrival at Homestay
05:00 PM Dinner
Day 2
01:00 AM Day 2
01:00 AM Wake-up call. Light meal. Depart for Ranger Station.
02:00 AM ETA Ranger Station. Start trek. ETA Camp 1. Rest
03:45 AM ETA Camp 2. Rest
05:30 AM ETA Mt. Pulag Summit. Enjoy the view.
07:30 AM Descend back to Ranger Station
08:30 AM ETA Camp 2. Rest
12:10 PM ETA Homestay. Lunch and Wash-up.
02:00 PM ETD to Baguio City. Souvenir at DENR(optional)
04:30 PM ETA Baguio City. Free time. Market and Dinner.
09:30 PM ETD to Manila
Day 3
03:00 AM Arrival in Manila



Roundtrip bus transportation:  Manila-Baguio 
Roundtrip Chartered Monster Jeepney: Baguio-Mt.Pulag 
One night stay at a Homestay
Meals (Day 1: Lunch and Dinner, Day 2: Light Breakfast(before the hike), Breakfast(at camp 2) and Lunch)
Registration fees, environmental and cultural fees
Adventure Guide/ Coordinator
Local Guide Fees
Certificate of Conquest 
Trail Adventours Mt. Pulag Shirt
Trail Adventours ID 





Please email for any inquries and booking.


  • Clothes good enough for the trip (Please take into account the shirt you will be receiving from Trail Adventours.)
  • 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)
  • Rain and Sun Protection (Sun block, shades, rain coat etc.)
  • Head Light
  • Water or rehydration fluids
  • Snack/ Trail Food
  • Trekking Pole
  • Toiletries (tissue, wet wipes, tooth brush etc.)
  • Camera
  • Personal medications
  • Slippers
  • Deposit slip and remaining balance
  • Waiver
  • Book donation (optional. This is for our 1 Book Project. We prefer books for elementary students) 

*Medical Certificate (MANDATORY)
*No need for tents 

You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)

1. How do we get to Mt. Pulag?
A 6 hour bus ride from Manila to Baguio then antother 4-5 hour Jeep ride to the Ranger Station, the jumpoff point of Mt. Pulag.

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. Pulag has a dificulty of 4/10, 10 being the hardest. This may be relatively easy but one must be physiclly fit and healthy to hike Mt. Pulag. 

5.Is there cellphone signal?
Cellphone signal is intermittent. 

6.Where do we stay?
We will be staying on a homestay since camping is not allowed on the mountain as of the moment. 

7.What food will be served?
Since meals will be prepared by the locals, meals will vary depending on their availability. For vegitarians, we can prepare chopsuey (a mixture of vegetables) for them.  

8.How cold does it get?
Usually temperatures at night and early morning range from 10-15deg. If it rains it gets colder. there a toilet during the hike? 
There are toilets on each campsite but it's not modern. 

10.Can we take a bath before heading back to Baguio?
Yes. You may take a bath at the homestay before heading back to Baguio. 

11. I heard camping is not allowed in Mt. Pulag?
For rehabilitation purposes, the DENR has decided to prohibit camping. With this, we have decided to stay in Homestays located at the foot of Mt. Pulag. This would give us a proper place to rest as we trek very early in the morning for the summit assault. 

Destination Date Remaining Slot(s) Status
Mt. Pulag Feb 24,2018 - Feb 26,2018 No more slots available Fully Booked
Mt. Pulag Feb 24,2018 - Feb 26,2018 No more slots available Fully Booked
Mt. Pulag Mar 03,2018 - Mar 05,2018 7 Active
Mt. Pulag Mar 10,2018 - Mar 12,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag Mar 17,2018 - Mar 19,2018 No more slots available Active
Mt. Pulag Mar 24,2018 - Mar 26,2018 7 Active
Mt. Pulag Mar 31,2018 - Apr 02,2018 9 Active
Mt. Pulag Apr 07,2018 - Apr 09,2018 6 Active
Mt. Pulag Apr 14,2018 - Apr 16,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag Apr 21,2018 - Apr 23,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag Apr 28,2018 - Apr 30,2018 14 Active
Mt. Pulag May 05,2018 - May 07,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag May 12,2018 - May 14,2018 16 Active
Mt. Pulag May 19,2018 - May 21,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag May 26,2018 - May 28,2018 10 Active
Mt. Pulag Jun 02,2018 - Jun 04,2018 10 Active

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