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Mt. Binacayan | Day Hike

Mt. Binacayan
Alam nyo bang antagal kong inantay ang pagkakataong ito? Ilang lingo din naming inantay na marating ang tuktok ng Mt. Binacayan, pagkatapos ng Mt. Pamitinan, click here Pamitinan siguro mga  isang buwan din. Ilang beses din akong nakabalik ng Wawa Dam at nagplanong umakyat, subalit pilit na hinilila ako pababa ng katamaran. Pero maraming salamat sa pamilya ni Madam Jonah.

Trail in Mt. Binacayan
The Trails | The first part is walking on an easy terrain located in locals private lots. These lots serve as a farmland, where bananas, veggies, lemon grass and others are cultivated. Since it's a dry season, the trail was slippery because of the dust and dry soil.

Trail in Binacayan
The Trails | After the easy to moderate terrain on locals property, second part would be rock scrambling. This part is much challenging and tough; hikers needs to hop on and off the sharp boulders with cliff on both sides. Grip and balance are needed. Using gloves is highly recommended.

Summit Mt. Binacayan
The Summit | The time that I stepped on the summit, I was really amazed by what I saw; the super green surroundings, the snake like river that separates Pamitinan to Binacayan, the tiny cottages from afar, the mountain ranges that look like a shadow and give shapes to the horizon. I also felt the fresh cool breeze and I heard the voices of the people who were dipping and bathing by the river.

How to Get Here? Here's what we did | In Farmers - Cubao, we rode in an FX bound for Eastwood in Rodriguez, Rizal and alighted near Mini Stop (Fare: 50 pesos). Rode in a trike to Wawa Dam, the jump off (Fare 8 pesos). Other expenses: Guide and registration fees.

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