Mount Pulag National Park
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.
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.
It is possible to make arrangements for jeepneys from Baguio to take you directly to the Badabak Ranger Station. This significantly cuts climbing time, and it makes possible a 2-day Pulag climb.
The national park is open throughout the year. A permit is necessary and can be obtained on-site
Entrance fee and Camping Fee are being paid at the Protected Area Office