Mt. Binacayan are the rocky mountains located in Brgy. Wawa Rodriguez, Rizal. Mt Binacayan is more difficult and challenge to offer with a rating of 5/9 that it is rare to encounter among the small mountains. The summit can be reach in a matter of 2-3hrs and the rewarding view is almost the same most wherein you can have 360 views of the surrounding.
Mount Binacayan News
It is the season to be hiking, Yes, one can hike year-round in the Philippines, but December marks the start of the cool and dry months that are ideal for outdoor activities. After all the holiday partying and eating, keeping fit can be a challenge. Fortunately there's always a nearby mountain to climb wherever you find yourself in the archipelago.
Here are twelve mountains around the country that you can do as daytrips this Christmas:
1. Mt. Iraya, Batanes - Situated in a higher latitude relative to the rest of the country, Batanes enjoys a winter season characterised by chilly winds a ...
Our hike started from a concreted path to a rocky trail. After an hour or so, we began scrambling up the limestone formation.
Mt. Binacayan is situated in Rodriguez Rizal Philippines. This Mountain just not have an astonishing view but also has a rich history to tell.
Name: Mt. Binacayan
Elevation: 424+ MASL
Location: Montalban, Rizal
Jump Off Point: Brgy. Wawa Montalban
Features: Limestone karst. Scenic of the Sierra Madre Range and Wawa River
Montalban is home to more than seven peaks which is among the most popular and frequently visited mountains within the province of Rizal. These peaks may not be at par with their numerous counterparts in the Sierra Madre range considering their elevation but they sure dont fall short of challenging trails. One of the all-time favorites in this part of Rizal is Mt. Binacayan which is one of the ...
The best view comes after the hardest climb.
This is my first hike experience and I definitely enjoyed it. One for the books!
Location: Rodriguez, Rizal
Hours to reach the summit: 2 to 3 hours
Visited on: January 2016
Disclaimer: Mt. Binacayan is one of the many rocky mountains in Rizal. The rocks are sharp and pointed from edges to the center, some of which are so big I needed some boost and lift to climb. But my friends and I prefer rocky mountains; they are less likely to make the hiker tired because calculating the next step dominates the mind instead of thinking how long it will take to reach the next station/stop.
I am never a great hiker ??" my legs are so short and my pace is no ...