Mount Agad-Agad

Ilagan City, Lanao del Norte

Mount Agad-Agad is a mountain Located in Iligan City, in Lanao del Norte province, Philippines which has an estimated height 490 m above sea level.

Mount Agad-Agad is very accessible and is good for mountain hikings and overnight campings. It affords a full view of Iligan City by night or day, ideal for the adventurous type, hikers and mountaineers. A small waterfall is featured on ...

the way to the top of the mountain.  Wiki

Mount Agad-Agad News

  • Iligan City Trekking To Mount Agad-Agad The Random Bibliophile

    Iligan City Trekking To Mount Agad-Agad The Random Bibliophile

    Last March 26, a gang of 2 girls and 2 boys decided to trek up to the highest peak of Iligan City - the Mountain of Agad-Agad. We were all eager to reach the peak before noon so we started our day early. KC and I left the house at 7 in the morning, and we met up with our two companions along the way. We started the long walk to the mountain by 7:45 and reached the peak by 10. It was a long and exhausting trek as I wasn't equipped with enough leg muscle for the hike but I survived! Haha! The feeling as we can finally see the top was amazing. It was truly an experience worth remembering.

    Moun ...

  • Mount Agad-Agad Adventure

    Our Mount Agad-Agad Adventure located in Ilagan City, Lanao del Norte.

  • Mt Agad-Agad Iligan Citys Lone Mountain For Trekkers

    Mt Agad-Agad Iligan Citys Lone Mountain For Trekkers

    Every journey has its unique experiences and distinct memories depend on how it started, how it ended or how it was during the process. Trekking to Mt. Agad-Agad proved to me that the end does not justify the means but rather justified along the way. Literally being described with the lyrics mentioned above, what mattered most was the trail and the experience rather than the view and scenery at the peak.

    It was Friday morning when I convinced my cousins and a friend to climb the lone mountain for trekking in Iligan City ??" Mt. Agad-Agad. Many discouraged us because they described going to ...

  • DENR envisions community based ecotourism program in Zamboanga del Sur

    Government and community leaders have signed a pledge of commitment to support the ecotourism program the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has envisioned for the Mount Timolan Protected Landscape (MTPL) in the nearby town of Tigbao.

    The signing of a pledge of commitment was held at the end of the one-day Information and Education Campaign (IEC) on Community-Based Ecotourism Program on Wednesday in Barangay Limas, Tigbao town.

    DENR Regional Public Affairs Officer Rosevirico Tan said Friday the whole day event was aimed to instill awareness of the different stakeholde ...

  • Mount Agad Agad a short and scenic hike in Iligan City Lanao del Norte

    Earlier this week I spent two days in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and when I arrived at the city from Laguindingan airport, the first thing I did, together with my hiking buddy Coby Sarreal, was to do a dayhike of Mt. Agad-Agad. This mountain, which rises at a modest elevation of 490 MASL, is the highest point in the "City of Waterfalls".

    I think it's nice for major Philippine cities to have at least one easily accessible, easily dayhikable mountain, to get more people to experience the outdoors in a friendly way, and to provide regular hikers with a place to exercise those legs. If Butuan ...

  • A Hike to Mount Agad Agad

    Mount Agad Agad is a mountain located in the vicinity of Iligan City. It has an elevation estimated at 1,600 feet above sea level. The peak can be reach 2-3 hours for an average hiker. At the view deck, when the sky is clear, you can afford to see the neighboring giants Mount Malindang at the west and Mount Inayawan in the southwest. I doubt the Kitanglad Mountain Range is possible to be viewed from the area.

    A small waterfall and a lagoon is featured along the way up to the top. The mountain is frequently visited during the month of January to May. It is very accessible since it is located ...