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We took the circuit 2 tour package in Atok and this is the first place that we went. Trekking here at mt. Timbac will be very easy for everyone na active ang lifestyle. Our guide told us that it will only take 15-30 minutes to reach the top. Hindi lang talaga namin kinaya kasi wala talaga kaming exercise sa katawan and also we went straight here after arriving in Baguio so wala kaming tulog (nag eexplain ako kasi ayoko majudge hahahaha!)
anyways since we only went here we only pay 1000 pesos (for the three of us) and kasama na dun yung sasakyan na nahatid din sa amin pabalik ng northern blossom flower farm where we are checked-in.
There's a 100 pesos fee (environmental fee na rin) and that's excluded in the tour package that we availed. Kids (i'm not sure yung age limit pero maliit na bata kaso yung pinsan ko even if he's 12) are free and i'm sure since active ang mga kids sisiw lang sa kanila yung pagtrek ng 15 minutes.
The view from the top of Mt. Timbac is exquisite even if natatabunan ng fog yung some part of the mountain. We were able to see how carrots, cabbages, potatoes and other vegetables were harvested by the locals. We also saw different types of cactus there.
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This is the 3rd highest mountain in Luzon. Our 2nd mountain last Saturday.
It takes 1-1.5 hours to get to the summit. It really depends on your group's pace.
Great view of vegetation and crops that were managed by the local plus rice terraces from a distance. At the summit you'll see 13 crosses and statues of the Holy family.
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