Lioness Back and Rhino Rock

Norzagaray, Bulacan

The Lioness Back and Rhino Rock Formation is located in the town of Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan. The Lioness Back and Rhino Rocks obviously got their names from their shapes that somehow resembles these animals. Although they are popular among adventurers and thrill seekers, some locals are not aware how these rocks are named by outsiders.

Lioness Back and Rhino Rock Formations News

  • Rhino Rock And Lioness Back The Demise Of Bulacans Playground

    I remember hopping on a jeepney with nothing but a hint that there's a place in nearby Bulacan where one can witness a magnificent rock formation. As skeptical as I was about this quick trip, I risked it, knowing that the best memories are found along the unfamiliar road.

    It was a rainy afternoon and with UP Diliman being a few kilometers away from this rumored place, my two college friends and I foolishly made our way to Norzagaray. In our attempt to climb this rock formation, we were greeted with an almost 10-foot high rock climb which consists of pathways almost invisible to the untraine ...

  • Pinagrealan Cave And Lioness Rock Formation

    Pinagrealan Cave or Kweba ng Pinagrealan ay unang tinawag na Kweba ng Minuyan na matatagpuan sa paanan ng Bundok ng Sierra Madre na sakop ng Norzagaray, Bulacan. Ito ay ginawang Kampamento ng mga Rebolusyunaryong Pilipino, sa pangunguna ni Heneral Sinforoso dela Cruz. Ito ay naging pangunahing kuta at tanggulan ng mga manghihimagsik nang taong 1896-1897.

    Sa kwebang ito nanirahan ang hukbong rebolusyunaryo ni Heneral Emilio Aguinaldo at Heneral Pio del Pilar. Nagkaroon ng iba't-ibang labanan sa labas at palibot ng kweba. Sa loob ng kweba matatagpuan ang ginawang bahay ni Heneral Aguinaldo sa ...

  • Rock Climbing In Norzagaray Rocks

    It was a sad news to all outdoor enthusiast who has been and to those waiting the re-opening of Norzagaray rock formation that the Lioness Head Rock, resembled in the shape of a lioness is no longer in its natural formed.

    The earth is full of remarkable and strange geological formations, sculptured by nature itself involving elements such as time, heat, water, winds and erosion.

    The Lioness Head Rock and Rhino Rocks formations are supposedly two of the geological heritages in the town of Norzagaray, formed into a perfection slowly over a million of years.

    From the top of this rock f ...

  • Climbing At Lioness Rock Formation

    Lioness Rock Formation is another tourist spot in Bulacan, being known because of great photos uploaded on online blogs. It is where tourists can do a death defying poses and stunts, literally "On the Rock." This rock formation is named because of its unique rock formation that looks like a "Lioness." Not only that, in this area we can also find the Monkeys, Rhinos, and Korona rock formations.

    Nagsimula ang aming pag-lalakbay sa SM Fairview na kung saan kami sumakay ng jeep patungong Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan. Dapat wala pang isang oras ang aming naging byahe ngunit sa di inaasahang ...

  • Lioness and Rhino Rock The Adventures of Ella Banana

    Rock scrambling at the now famous rock formations in Norzagaray, Bulacan is one of the toughest challenges you'll be faced with. If you want your shoes to get ripped, then this one's for you!lol teehee^^

    miss youuu girls.. =^__^= kayo ang bida!hehe

    #SaveLionessRock #SaveRhinoRock

  • Lioness Back and Rhino Rock The Rockies of Norzagaray Bulacan

    "In all of our hiking trips together, this is the first time that I've seen you asked for a break," my friend told me. Every time I ask for a break, it is not because I'm tired. It is because my heart desires some rest from the sharp rocks that give me the heebie-jeebies.

    You don't need hiking/trekking skills to conquer Lioness Back and Rhino Rock. What you need are rock scrambling skills.

    Do not underestimate these rocks because once you fall and your hands get caught between rocks, you know what's gonna happen 127 hours later. Just kidding. Anyway, have you seen that movie? On the brig ...