A week after my first solo climb....... I decided to took another chance na ulitin to. Surfing the net for next possible summit to conquer. Mt. Marami caught my attention due to its unique peak view. According to many bloggers who wrote about Mt. Marami, a lot of diversions.. warning ng karamihan.I decided to push the said climb yet will not jeopardize my self so I hired a guide. Thanks to Sir Gideon's Directory for Guides.
Photo Ops @ The Summit
We stayed sa summit for an hour then descend pagdating ng 12noon. Marlon, then chose the Nuestra Trail going down for one reason, papasok sa forested area to avoid too much exposure sa sun. Bright idea! although sabi nya, bihira tong dinadaan kasi mas longer eto compared sa Talahib trail.
Going down was indeed steep, for about 20 - 30 mins na pababa (steep portion) then gradual na lakaran nalang din after. Comparing it to Talahib Trail na may paassault then pababa then passault, sa Nuestra isang bagsakan lang ang descend then walang humpay na flat trail na lakaran, relaxing!
My Buddy, Chocobo
Mt. Marami offers a wonderful view, I am hoping and wishing na if possible yung parang tower below sa summit ay may titingin para maassess if possible maakyat. It will be an additional attraction sa Mt. Marami, pantapat sa Beak ng Pico de Loro. So far, wala pa daw nagpupunta doon para tignan.
Hindi man ako literally nagSolo sa climb na to pero I consider it as a solo climb after all. I traveled and planed the entire hike all alone. Asking the locals for directions papunta sa Jump off, asking and reminding the driver to drop me to the this and that stop, parang Amazing Race lang. Kailangan magtanong tanong....
Another summit conquered...... Yey! Next Stop......... Tree Planting with Haribon Foundation (06.16.12)
Going to Bgry. Ramirez
1. Baclaran - Naic, Cavite (Inform the driver na bababa ka sa Magallanes Jeep Terminal)
2. From Magallanes Terminal inform the driver na baba ka sa terminal ng mga Tricycle going to Brgy. Ramirez
Returning back to Manila:
1. From Brgy. Ramirez, inform driver if he can take you directly sa terminal ng mga Jeep going to Naic.
2. Sa Jeepney naman, inform driver na bababa ka kung saan may stop over ng mga aircon buses going to Baclaran/Lawton.
- This spot is just infont of Naic Fire Station.
- Marlon : +639478004667
Baclaran - Naic : 60.00 x 2 = 120.00
Naic (Magallanes Terminal ) - Drop off Point (Tricycle Terminal) : 30.00
Drop off - Brgy. Ramirez - 40.00
Registration : 20.00
Brgy. Ramirez to Terminal ng Jeep: 60.00
Guide Fee : 500.00
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