Exploring Mt. Batulao


photo credits: travelfillers.com
photo credits: travelfillers.com
Mountaineering may not be a quite habit for everyone not because it requires so much preparation, but the thing when you absolutely go back to the pace where you have to do it all over again, that makes it really difficult. What I mean is that, you climb for a certain peak and then you just goes down to where it all started. Nonetheless, the fun and adventure can’t be replace with that excuse. If you are planning to have one, you must get it on with Mt Batulao, situated in Nasugbu Batangas about 811 meters high. The mountain features well-established trails with a slightly friendly, mildy four out of nine difficulty that may demand efforts from here and there. Batulao, the mountain was named after two Tagalog words: Bato at Ilaw which means “Of Rocks and Light” eventually meant of the lavish sunset that can be seen right in the middle of its rocky peaks. This is the reason why a lot of trekkers, campers or hikers would like to experience the Mt Batulao, the summit is worth the reach.