Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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Sweet Revenge: Mt. Talamitam Overnight

Batangas Mountains Hiking Mount Talamitam Nasugbu Batangas Nasugbu Mountains Talamitam

I been trying to insert hiking to my schedule for so many times and now I finally set and mark on the first and second day of November.   
This would be a sweet revenge hike for Mt. Talamitam, I been in this mountains twice 'dayhike' and for the third time I will enjoy and experience the sunrise and sunset, and the amazing sceneries of this friendly mountain.
Accompanied by my hiking buddy and with our two guest hiker 'Ronald and Mads' we sent off from coastal mall 8am (November 1, 2014) and we arrived at the jump-off 11:30am. We allocate 2-3 hrs to eat heavy lunch and prepare all our stuff before we start our trek.

On the first 3 kilometers of the trail Mads and Ronald are very energetic (kulitan,picturepicture,asaran,kwentuhan etc..) after passing by they started to be serious walking, I saw that they are pagod na kakalakad. haha Almost 5pm when we reach the summit and YES all sacrifices carrying our bags, tents, foods/water, stuff etc. turned into emoticons. Happiness overload, we can now eat and finally rest for a couple of hours then take selfies.

We get up 5am in the morning, after fixing our stuffs and tents we immediately descend off the summit. After 1 hour of walking we reach the river and since we're very excited to swim (wala ng arte-arte pa talon agad sa ilog) 

Getting There

Public

Bus, Coastal Mall to KM. 83 P120, 2.5 hours

Private

(1) Head to Tagaytay either via SLEX-ETON Greenfield -Sta. Rosa or via Cavite 
(2) Follow through the road to Batangas, until you reach KM. 83. Make a right turn at the small side street past the school and look for parking space (available; give a 'tip' to the locals after)


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