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#TaleOfTheTrail Star Trail Challenge Route (Sampaloc, Tanay, Rizal)

The STAR Trail Challenge Route is a scenic overload with a lot of vantage points showcasing the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. It’s gonna give you a runners high with a lot of run-able section. The Sampaloc route will leave you mystified by the beauty of Dayapa Falls and a long stretch of river treks. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Takao (Hachioji, Japan)

While Mount Fuji was the main course of the Japan Trip, Mount Takao was the appetizer. It was a feel good climb that was also a tour among temple and an appreciation of nature. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Maculot (Cuenca, Batangas)

Mount Maculot is a feel good climb. It has the lush green forest reserve and magnificent view of Taal lake from the rockies andthe summit. It gets extra exciting when you do the traverse as you go on a faster and more technical descent that includes rappelling through steep ravines. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Tangadan Falls (San Gabriel, La Union)

Tangadan Falls is a hidden gem. It takes around one hour to go over the beautiful trail that passes through the Baroro River, the fields, the Forrest shaded reserves, the limestone formations and several cliffs coming from Barangay Duplas, Bagulin, San Gabriel, La Union. The falls is even more impressive with the mix of nature, limestone formation, the cold water dropping from above and the river basin that’s excellent for a good swim. #TaleOfTheTrail Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Camp Sinai, Pintong Bukawe, Casile, Inigan (San Mateo, Rizal)

Camp Sinai has a giant tablet of the 10 commandments. Aside from that you get a majestic view of the Siera Mountain Range with the clouds and the mountains painting a beautiful picture. The fun part of this trails is that it’s run-able but do expect a really long and challenging climb on the way back. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Sierra Madre Trails (Tanay, Rizal)

With the Sierra Mountain Range as their backdrop, Tanay, Rizal has a lot of scenic trails. These trails rewards you with an overlooking view of the mountain ranges, crystal clear river crossing and really scenic waterfalls. It’s gonna give you an adrenaline rush as you breeze through its descents, test your wills on the climbs and bring out the kid in you on the rivers and waterfalls. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Makiling (Los Banos, Laguna)

Mount Makiling definitely is an enchanting place. Its rich forest reserve can really make up for the arduous task of navigating its peak. It will get you mesmerized by its raw beauty even as the technical nature of the trail challenges your endurance, mental toughness and overall body strength. #NuunDirtSchoolPH Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Ampucao – Sta Fe Trail (Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet)

It’s not an easy trail but as you struggle catching your breath climbing about 500 meters worth of elevation, you get mesmerized by the scenery that surrounds you. You get the Pine Tree rich trails that would keep you shaded on the early part. There’s the long ridge path that you’d love to run with a scenic backdrop of the mountains. There’s the Ampucao / Philex Ridge which gives you a panoramic view of the whole area. There’s Mount Ulap showcasing a lush green surface and about 1,858 MASl worth of natural attractions. It’s definitely a trail that will keep your eyes feasted with every struggling stride you make. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Kinabalu (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia)

Mountains are not meant to be conquered but by climbing it we conquer ourselves – our own limits, fears and inhibitions. The climb humbles as with its tough terrain that make us revisit our sanity, patience and perseverance. It also gives us a better appreciation of the beauty of nature at its raw form. Trekking Mt. Kinabalu’s 4,095 meters of elevation is really tough but each difficult step makes you stronger and in a better condition to reach and appreciate the out-of-this-world view from the top of Mt. Kinabalu. #TaleOfTheTrail Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Maysawa Trail (Tanay, Rizal)

The view at Tanay is so overwhelming with a panoramic view of the scenic Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  The Maysawa trail is equally scenic with shaded forest trails, rough roads, stone paths, bamboo stems, rivers and and of course the mountain range.   Trails always bring out the kid in me as I enjoy the fast … Continue reading »

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