Luckily we were blessed with such a wonderful weather and able to had a great view of Mt. Lumot and Mt. Sumagaya's summit including its nearby mountains
(Mt. Balatukan, Mt. Mangabon and Kitanglad range).
Together with the Shrine, a Balitandaan marker of ABS-CBN can be found within the vicinity, commemorating the sad incident
Few gradual terrain can be experience while majority were more on ascent. Two major campsites with water sources namely, Camp Haribon (used by Haribond team when they conducted research) and Camp Nil Perez (named after the Nil Perez, a local guide who died during their Mt. Kanlaon climb).
Camp Nil Perez is the last campsite before reaching the Impact Site.
We reached the second impact site around 3:00pm were we had our Lunch/Early Dinner in one.
Cebu Pacific Flight 387 - Debris
It was a very cold and windy that night, the three of us went to sleep right away while our Guide and Porter cooked breakfast for tomorrow.