Mt. Talamitam: Another Mountain to Climb


As an archipelago of 7,107 islands and a tropical country blessed with some of the world’s greatest biodiversity, it is a given that the Philippines can serve as a good playground for both beginner and seasoned hikers alike. In the Batangas region alone, there are plenty of mountains awaiting for you to summit – one of these lovely gems is Mt. Talamitam. Below are the photos from our Mt. Talamitam adventure. Some photos are from Paolo Dala.

The Ascent

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The Summit16874080922_86927655f1_o


While at the summit, I also took some ‘birthday’ photos for my special someone.

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The Descent16668454297_19e37503cd_o16688384240_84969a6272_o

Layong Bato River

At the foot of the mountain, you’ll find Layong Bato. We grabbed our chance to take a dip in the river’s cool waters. After relaxing for a while, we headed to the second mountain of our twin dayhike – Mt. Batulao.


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4 thoughts on “Mt. Talamitam: Another Mountain to Climb

  1. Pingback: Mt. Talamitam – Travel Guide | I See Bela

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