July 17, 2013

Mt. Malindang 14th Freedom Climb Images

Mt. Malindang Freedom Climb is a yearly activity held in different parts of Mount Malindang Range Natural Park. The trek started at Brgy. Guinggona, Ozamiz City. We departed Ozamiz City proper at around 10:00 AM and arrived at the jump-off of Brgy. Guinggona around 11:00 AM. We had our lunch at the jump-off. We started our ascent at 11:30 AM.

The route
The red line shows the ascent trail to the campsite. The trail is an easy open field consisting of vegetable plantation and cogon grassland.

Enjoying the breath-taking view
Start of ascent


A very rewarding view at the trail.
We can also see the entire Lanao del Norte on the background. Flanking the Panguil Bay is Mt. Torong Torong. We are also able to see Mt. Inayawan at far south east.

ICI Mountaineers - KAYA
Mt. Piapayungan Range on the background as seen in Mt. Malindang
Luckily, I am able to capture Mt. Ragang on Piapayungan Mountain Range, the seventh highest peak of the Philippines. It is also dubbed as the seventh summit of the Philippines.

A very hot and open trail
Panguil Bay as seen from Mt. Malindang
Trees at the campsite
Campsite's foggy background
Preparing for dinner
Cold wind blows began at 3:00 PM
We arrived at the campsite at around 2:30 PM after a tiring 3 hours ascent. We take a short nap and started to cook for dinner at around 4:00 PM.

Climb buddies
Early dinner at around 5:30 PM
The whole route

8 comments:

  1. I haven't been to Malindang but I'm really looking forward to trekking diha soon. :) also, i love that you had your old header back. hehe i like it better than the new one you put up. :)

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  2. @Denise: Thanks for dropping by!

    @Kai: Give it a try Kai, I'm sure you'll enjoy the fantastic scenery Mt. Malindang can offer.

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  3. thanks for sharing your adventures. I'm wondering what's the temperature at the peak. What time of the year you climbed there? and is there is an ample amount of oxygen? Sorry, if i ask too many questions. You got a newbie here.

    Hopefully, I can trek this someday. As a child growing up I can only see the view of Mt Malindang down afar away.

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  4. We're not really on the highest peak. The temperature drops a bit at about 21ºC - 23ºC.

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  5. hi :) kinsa pwede makaguide sa Mt. Malindang? :) -----Maria

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  6. Hi Ma'am, we can contact Kramy Santos for guides and itineraries.

    Here's his FB account https://www.facebook.com/marky.santos

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