Barlig Rice Terraces

Barlig, Mountain Province

The Barlig Rice Terraces located on the slopes of Mt. Amuyao, in Barlig, Mountain Province were declared as a tourist spot in 1967 by Republic Act number 4884.

Mt. Amuyao is the 8th highest peak in the Philippines with an elevation of 2,702 meters above sea level is located between the boundary line of Banaue and Mayoyao and between Ifugao and Mountain Province.

Barlig Rice Terraces News

  • Mount Amuyao Traverse

    Mount Amuyao Traverse

    Mt. Amuyao is one of the most popular and endearing hiking spots in the Cordilleras. Featuring a Cordilleran experience of the chilling winds atop, the mossy forests, the signature pine trees almost everywhere, and the well-known rice terraces in every village! Being the highest point in the province of Mt. Province, its geographically a good location for transmitters and relay stations. That is why the summit has a bunk house in it and the trail is already well-established. The summit could be reached just around 3 hours, so if you want to continue the adventure after the summit ??" we traver ...

  • Galaw Galaw Sa Mt Amuyao

    Galaw Galaw Sa Mt Amuyao

    Mt. Amuyao is situated between the provinces of Ifugao and Mountain Province. It is the tenth highest mountain in the Philippines with an estimated elevation of 2,702 Meters above Sea Level.

    As we dream to climb the top ten highest mountain in the Philippines. This climb could take pride by completing the 9th out of the top 10.

    There are only two routes that can be done in climbing this mountain: first is the traditional trail in Barlig, Mountain Province and the second one is the traverse, an entry point in Batad, Ifugao.

    The group met at 7 Eleven Boni Caltex around 7:00PM. We travel ...

  • Mt Amuyao Traverse Barlig-Batad

    Hike to Mount Amuyao (Barlig-Batad) Traverse taken last March 23-25, 2016.

  • Baguio Barlig twinning inked

    The City Council Monday sealed the sisterhood agreement between Baguio and Barlig town in Mt. Province.

    The body confirmed the memorandum of agreement for such kinship earlier signed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Barlig Mayor Clark Ngaya.

    Barlig officials in July last year, approved a resolution declaring intent for the city-town pairing and responding to the move, the city council accepted and adopted Resolution No. 240 saying the sisterhood ties will promote the exchange of best practices of both localities.

    Under the MOA, both local government units sought "to build ties and to cre ...

  • Mountain Province in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)

    Mountain Province in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)

    Planning a trip Those who love to travel know the essence of all travel is about you and your enjoyment. Travelers know that the destination is a major part in planning a trip, experiencing and delving deeper into an unfamiliar places, people and culture is paramount.

    Expand your horizons and set your sight to the Philippines, an off the beaten path travel site! An undiscovered paradise made of thousands of islands and white sand beaches all around! A tiny dot in the map of the world, and yet a haven for travelers, backpackers, retirees and even passersby.

    It offers awesome tourist attra ...

  • Baguio inks ties with San Fernando City Barlig town

    Baguio City has declared sisterhood ties with San Fernando City in Pampanga and with Barlig town in Mt. Province.

    The City Council approved resolutions accepting the offers of said places for kinship.

    In Resolution 241, the body noted commonalities with San Fernando City, which is regarded as the Christmas Capital of the country and the regional center of Central Luzon while Baguio is the Summer Capital and also the seat of national line agencies in the Cordillera Administrative Region.

    "With the foregoing commonalities, it is but proper to reciprocate the declaration by the City of S ...