Finally, after a couple of invites from former scouting buddies way back, I accepted their invitation last February.
Mount Pulag is the third highest mountain and it is the coldest place in the Philippines. It is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 meters above sea level. As the highest mountain in Luzon, Mount Pulag has been a haven for mountain climbers. One of the mountain’s highlights was the “sea of clouds” which I looked forward of seeing it with my own eyes.
There are four major trails up the summit: the Ambangeg, Akiki, and Tawangan trails from Benguet and the Ambaguio trail from Nueva Vizcaya. These trails are managed by the Mount Pulag National Park, under the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
More of my adventure climb to the summit in http://backpackadventurediaries.blogspot.com/2014/03/bucket-list-mt-pulags-sea-of-clouds.html.