Mount Pamitinan

Rodriguez, Rizal

Mount Pamitinan is a 1,081 ft / 330 m mountain peak near Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 24th highest mountain in Rizal and the 1635th highest mountain in Philippines. It is part of the Mount Pamitinan Protected Landscape which is molded from Marikina River Montalban Gorge which contains the Wawa-wawa falls. The area is known for its white limestone cliffs for ...

mations that reach a height of 404 meters above sea level. In the nature reserve also lies the Pamitinan cave, a secret meeting of the Katipunan was.

Mount Pamitinan Protected Landscape News

  • Mt Pamitinan At Rodriguez Rizal

    May 21, 2017 at Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines.

    Brgy. Wawa in Rodriguez (formerly Montalban), Rizal has long been known to outdoor enthusiasts for its beautiful Montalban Gorge and the various activities that can be done there: caving in Binacayan Cave and Bat Cave, mountain biking, swimming by the Wawa Dam,and rock climbing in the limestone cliffs in Mt. Binacayan.

  • Paitiman Sa Mount Pamitinan

    Paitiman Sa Mount Pamitinan

    Need to withdraw from the urban clutter that is Metro Manila but do not have the luxury of time or money? Feel the thirst for the rush of adrenaline and view of nature? Experience the climb and thrill of Mt. Pamitinan. Or should we say Mt. Paitiman? The sun surely won't give the skin an excuse for not being tan.

    Mt. Pamitinan, (426 MASL) is located in Sitio Wawa, Brgy. San Rafael, Rordriguez, Rizal. The karst mountain is known for being one of the five peaks??"Mt. Hapunang Banoi, Mt. Pamitinan, Mt. Binicayan, Mt. Ayaas and Mt. Lagyo. These stretch throughout Rodriguez called The Pentalogy C ...

  • A Do It With Your Friends Day Hike At Mt Hapunang Banoi And Mt Pamitinan

    A Do It With Your Friends Day Hike At Mt Hapunang Banoi And Mt Pamitinan

    Oftentimes, when friends planned together for an outing, most likely that event will never happened. And so, a quote "Pag biglaang lakad, natutuloy. Pag planado, hindi." become popular, that people make memes and tagged their friends on it.

    Our hike was somewhere in between "biglaan" and "planado" twin hike. The initial plan was a day hike in Mt Ayaas and Mt Sipit-Ulang with sidetrip in Payaran Falls but days before October 15, we've changed it to twin hikes in Pamitinan and Hapunang Banoi. I was a bit confused then because I didn't request for a leave, but I was eager to go and even told t ...

  • Mount Lagyo Rizal 386 MASL

    Mount Lagyo Rizal 386 MASL

    Recently opened on the last week of January, Mt. Lagyo together with Mts. Parawagan, Susong Dalaga and Kapananan are the newest attractions of Sitio Wawa in Brgy. San Rafael, Rodriguez, Rizal. Located southwest of the Wawa River, Mt. Lagyo can clearly be seen on the summits of Mt. Binacayan, Mt. Pamitinan and Mt. Hapunang Banoi. From the summits of these mountains Mt. Lagyo rises modestly at just around 386 MASL. Although dwarfed by its more well-known neighbors in terms of altitude, Mt. Lagyo presents its own challenges and difficulties even seasoned hikers would certainly appreciate.

    Sinc ...

  • Montalban Trilogy Day Hike

    Montalban Trilogy Day Hike

    Early this year, I started a project called the "The 100 Mountains Project" aiming to summit 100 mountains before the end of this year. I started off the project by hiking the Montalban Trilogy, the Mt. Pamitinan, Mt. Hapunang Banoi, and Mt.Binacayan. That's three mountains already to kick off the project!

    Before performing this trilogy hike, first you need to know if you are fit to climb three mountains consecutively. This hike can last upto 11 hours of trekking. You need to be physically and mentally prepared to last the whole hike.

    Started our trek to our first mountain, Mt. Pamitinan ...

  • Mt Binacayan Of Rodriguez Rizal My Year-end Climb

    Mt Binacayan Of Rodriguez Rizal My Year-end Climb

    It hasn't been that long since the Rooster crowed and the new year began, but I bet some of you are still remembering some of the good (and not-so-good) things that happened in 2016. See, I think that's one of the great things about going out and experiencing things: you get to reminisce them later on, and you get to still feel grateful, no matter how crappy the rest of the year was. It's the rule on offset at work. Oh, and Happy New Year.

    Personally, I don't think I had a crappy year, but I think that is largely because I was never the type to do any introspection at the end of the year. L ...