Luzon's rooftop (2,922 MASL) has been on my list of places to visit for the longest. Finally last weekend, thanks to a very good friend Erick Dantoc (the man behind http://roadworthyman.com/) who organized the climb, I was able to scratch this off the list.
Weather was great, the company was perfect. No crowds in the campsite and peak as most groups cancelled their climb thinking it was rainy.
No sea of clouds, but the sunrise ain't bad either. In fact it was awesome, standing there at the top of the world (well Luzon anyway) and seeing the first light of day make one feel very thankful of the beautiful world we live in.
Now I understand why people keep coming back here. Now I see why lovers propose to their partners at the peak.
Pulag is a life long love affair for some. You bet I'm going back there again.
More photos from Mt. Pulag soon :) View larger version of the photo above here.
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