Mt. Dulang-Dulang, rising 2,938 meters above sea level, is the Philippines’ second highest peak. Located at the heart of the Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park in Bukidnon Province, it is sacred to the local Talaandig tribe. Rich in unique biodiversity, its dense mossy forest emanates an enchanting atmosphere. Photos by DOT-10.
Climbing Mt. Dulang-Dulang is a strenuous climb and not advisable for beginners. Climbers also need to secure blessing from the local tribe being part of their ancestral domain. It is best to have an experienced and DOT-accredited guide whenever you decide to climb.
all photos by DOT-10
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