Mt. Daraitan, March 2019

Mt. Daraitan, March 2019

A quick yet not-so-easy hike to one of the most popular peaks in the Sierra Madre range.

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Mt. Daguldol and Laiya

Mt. Daguldol and Laiya

YES to a tandem weekend of hiking and hitting the beach!

Walking on the ‘Dinosaur Spine:’ Mt. Batulao, Batangas

Walking on the ‘Dinosaur Spine:’  Mt. Batulao, Batangas

The "new trail" is basically a traverse through 12 mini-peaks that offers a scenic, sprawling view of Balayan Bay and even Taal and Mt. Maculot on a clear day.

Tinipak River and Pililla Windmills, April 2016

The journey itself will take no more than 30 minutes but that's if you can resist the urge to climb the big limestones and pose for pictures

Mountaineers are not very superstitious people

Still from my Nepal notes. An anecdote that didn't make it to my final drafts. Mountaineers are not very superstitious people. At least not in the traditional way that other athletes are, with their lucky socks, best shoes, fortuitous days, or pre-game rituals. Henry, a longtime member of the UP Mountaineers, is telling me this, [...]

Why Nepal should be part of your travel bucket list

If you’re wondering where to go next, Nepal – home to 8 of the tallest peaks in the world – should be on top of your list. This South Asian country is a mountainous region that shares borders with China and India. Located in the Himalayan range, Nepal is the home of the mighty Mount [...]

Postcards From The Sky

Just last week I was a girl who has never ran more than 5k, never done a day hike, never gone trekking, and never climbed a single peak.

Trecking in the neck of Tinaga Island, Calaguas, Camarines Norte