Camp Aguinaldo Bike Trail Adventure

A. Luna Ave., Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Camp Aguinaldo Bike Trail Adventure
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Reopens: 6:00a - 5:00p


  • Sunday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p
  • Monday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p
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    • 6:00a - 5:00p
  • Friday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p
  • Saturday
    • 6:00a - 5:00p

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Roegan T.
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Just in case anyone's interested, one of the nearest bike trails in QC is at Camp Aguinaldo.

Do not be overwhelmed by the place's name. It's actually one of the safest places to be in Metro Manila. 128516

Upon entering Gate 6 (Bonny Serrano Ave. entrance), you'll be asked for a valid ID. Manong solider guard was really kind enough to tell us how to get to the bike trail.

But he wasn't clear with his instructions. So we had to ask at least 4 other soldiers for directions. After a couple of minutes, we finally found it! 128516

So how to get there? When you enter gate 6, keep going straight. Once you reach the target range on your left (don't get killed), turn right.

Keep going until you see A. Luna Ave. Take that road until you reach kuya soldier. He'll be asking for 50 pesos each for the entrance fee.

Then he'll put a "Bikers" stamp on your left wrist. Then voila! You can now enter!

The trails here are less than 3km so don't expect anything adventurous. The trail is composed of short uphills and climbs, baby drops, and a couple of banks for tight cornering.

There are 3 reasons why I didn't like this trail:

1. Loose dirt - i am not a fan of a terrain that has a lot of loose dirt. It's slippery and it gets in the eyes.

2. Unsafe - the trail itself is very unsafe even for the ones in full battle gear. There were some very sharp steel spikes/tubes in some areas of the trail.

3. Not a legit trail - not even close to La Mesa's bike trail. Not a lot of trees can be found here. All you'll see are broken military trucks, jeepneys, and empty steel containers. It's pretty much like a military graveyard turned into a bike trail (think Walking Dead). Place is very apocalyptic 128128

Will I come back? Maybe not. Not worth the ride. We should've went to Timberland in Rizal. 128528

Well there are some nice things here tho. One is that they have a huge canteen near the entrance of the bike trail. So when you get hungry, just go there and enjoy some tax-free food (means it's cheap). 128513

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