Wednesday, April 27, 2011


                                                                               Sunrise in Mt. Kitanglad
MT. KITANGLAD is the fourth highest peak in the Philippines with an elevation of 2,899 metres. It was declared as an ASEAN National Park last 2009.  Bringing of tent is not necessary since there is a bunkhouse at the summit. Electricity is also available where hikers may enjoy watching television and charge their cellphone. The average climb is two days only.  Fifteen persons are allowed to climb per batch.  To those who wish to climb Mt. Kitanglad, it is important to make an early registration at the PAMBI Office in Malaybalay, bukidnon to avoid inconvenience.

From Davao City, take a bus to Malaybalay,  Bukidnon. Upon arrival at the terminal, look for jeepneys  that goes to Sitio Intavas, Impasug ong, Bukidnon. Porters and guides may be arranged upon arrival.   

the summit of Mt. Kitanglad

outside the bunkhouse with our porters


  1. i wanna go here sarah. please bring me. :) hehehe. :)

  2. yes olan.. pwede kaau mag adto dri.. 2 days climb lang pero ang day 1 is puro assault padulong sa peak..