June 15 | Sunday
3:00am » Meetups KFC ETON Centris
4:00am » ETD Nagcarlan Laguna
7:00am » ETA Yambo Lake Mt. Mabilog Jumpoff
7:30am » Start Hike
9:00am » Touchdown Summit
10:00am » Start Descend
12:00nn » Lunch at Yambo Lake (Photops)
1:30pm » ETD Bunga Twin Falls
2:00pm » ETA Bunga Twin Falls swim and free time
4:00pm » Wash up
4:30pm » ETD Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery
5:00am » ETA Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery
6:00pm » ETD Manila
Dinner along the wsy
9:30pm » ETA Manila
Dropoff point: ETON Centris
Amount: 600 pesos
Due date: July 6, 2018 | Friday
Darcy Allan Amata
4479 0993 54
Darcy Allan Amata
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San Pablo and Nagcarlan, Laguna
Major jumpoff: Purok 3 (Sandig), Brgy. Sta. Catalina, San Pablo
Alternate jumpoffs: (1) Brgy. Sulsuguin, Nagcarlan
(2) Lake Pandin, Brgy. Sto. Angel, San Pablo
LLA: 14°7’57″N, 121°21’30″E, 441 MASL
Days required / Hours to summit: 1 day / 2-3 hours
Specs: Minor climb, Difficulty 2/9, Trail class 1-3
Features: Views of Southern Tagalog mountains and lakes
SULSUGUIN – LAKE YAMBO (EAST) TRAIL
This trail is unique because it comes off from Nagcarlan; starting off from the Lake Yambo shore at Brgy. Sulsuguin. The ascent is straightforward, WNW, towards Mt. Mabilog; though as with the two other trails, it is best to get a guide since there are numerous foot trails.
In all of these trails, the characteristic environment is that of coconut and banana fields interspersed with forest and fruit trees, culminate in a somewhat steep ascent that leads to a wide summit that serves as campsite. Muddy trails must be expected during rainy season, as the trails are also used by locals, as well as their horses and carabaos, to go about their livelihood.
The campsite is overgrown during the rainy season, but it is a wide plateau during the dry season, and as mentioned, it is an excellent viewpoint not only for the lakes, but also for the mountains. You can behold the majestic Banahaw Trilogy (SE) right behind the twin lakes of Pandin and Yambo; catch a glimpse of Sampaloc Lake and the city proper of San Pablo (S), the Malipunyo Range (SSW), Mt. Makiling (W), Mt. Kalisungan (NNW), and Mt. Atimla (N).
Overall, Mt. Mabilog is a very nice and relatively easy destination in Laguna. It is recommended both as a dayhike and an overnight destination, especially in conjunction with a visit to the lakes.
Van Transpo RT
(Manila - Nagcarlan - Manila)
Food and Packed Lunch
Balsa: 180 pesos pax
Balsa with food: 350 pesos pax