Mt. Bantay Abot

Narvacan, Ilocos Sur

Mt. Bantay Abot
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Olive Y.
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The easiest I've hiked but one of the most beautiful summits I've seen so far 128154 On top is a 180 degree view of a deep blue sea and the horizon subtly connecting the sea and the sky.

This is easy to hike because you don't need a guide to lead you to the top. There's a trail that is easy to follow. There are also rocks to step on to and to secure your feet to avoid getting slid. The lighter you are, the easier it will be. One of my companions, a 10 year old first timer, made it to the top with not much difficulty. It will still be very exhausting but there's no reason to be discouraged. There are no snakes, no bugs, nothing to be worried about. It's all fun. Just walk and enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature. She is picturesque!

As to the time, going up and down the mountain took us only about two hours even at our slow pace. We went there in the morning, others go there for sunset. Next time I would want to see the sun set from this summit and witness a different view altogether - golden sky and a reflective sea.

Just a few things: Entrance is just right before the zipline in Noah. Bring lots of bottles of water, one bottle ain't enough. This was a total cardio! Know these, too, that Number 1 means to pee, Number 2 means to defecate. 128521

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