Mount Balingkilat

Subic, Zambales

Mount Balingkilat means the "Mountain of Thunder" in the native Aeta language. It is one of the highest peaks in the ZCMC (Zambales Coastal Mountains and Coves) area. It is an emerging hiking hotspot within San Antonio and Subic towns. Mt. Balingkilat is once known as "Pointed peak" used by US Navy servicemen who used to be stationed in Subic Naval Base.

Mt. Balingkilat offers the s ...

ame rocky, grassy and windy features like other western mountains of Luzon such as Mt. Cinco Picos. With little tree cover, there are also steep parts in the final legs of the trail. Before, hikers would usually climb a two-day affair but a dayhike is much preferable because of the opportunity to climb its "sister mountain", Mt. Cinco Picos in one weekend.

Mount Balingkilat Pointed Peak News

  • Mt Balingkilat Traverse To Nagsasa Zambales

    Edi ayun na nga napasubok nanaman ako sa akyatan. It was literally exhausting and draining and very hot out there but the journey was worth it and fun.

    Next year na ulit! Kota na ako sa akytan, beach beach lang muna ulit!

  • Mt Balingkilat Traverse To Nagsasa Cove Zambales

    Mt. Balingkilat Traverse to Nagsasa Cove Zambales. It took us 20hrs from our jump off Mt. Balingkilat summit then to nagsasa Cove because of the bad weather.

  • Mount Balingkilat Travers To Nagsasa Cove

    Credits to the Organizer of this Hiking, Its very worth to reach in the Top of Mt. Balingkilat of Zambales, 14 hours. That's how long it took us too conquer this gorgeous mountain, though for a normal person, it usually takes 4-6 hours to reach the summit and another 4-5 hours to reach Nagsasa Cove.

  • Travel Guide To Mt Balingkilat And Nagsasa Cove Traverse Zambales

    Travel Guide To Mt Balingkilat And Nagsasa Cove Traverse Zambales

    The year was about to end. It's time to cap off my year with a dream climb: a journey to my most challenging hike to date.

    Under the scorching sun, we braved the rocky path of Mt. Balingkilat in Subic, Zambales. The 14-hour hike felt like forever. We wanted to give up. While the view at the summit was breathtaking, climbing it was harder than expected. We were tired, thirsty and covered in sweat and tears. You can see the view of Nagsasa Cove but after spending hours of hiking, it felt like as if we're not moving. The view was static. How long are we still going to climb? How far is it? Emo ...

  • Mt Balingkilat And Nagsasa Cove Getaway

    Mount Balingkilat and Nagsasa Cove getaway located in Zambales province.

  • Mt Balingkilat Day Hike December 2016

    Mt. Balingkilat "The Mountain of Thunder"

    Subic, Zambales
    Jumpoff: Sitio Cawag Settlement, Subic Town
    LLA: 14.89 N, 120.11 E (est.), 1100 MASL
    Days required / Hours to summit: 1-2 days / 4-6 hours
    Specs: Minor climb, Difficulty 5/9, Trail class 1-4