Mountain in KABAYAN

Mt. Pulag

Mount Pulag or Bundok Pulag, is Philippine's third highest mountain located in Kabayan, Benguet. Mt. Pulag stands at 2,926 meters above sea level and it is accessible and bordered between Benguet, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya.

Mt. Pulag is famous for the sea of clouds upon sunrise. Mt. Pulag has four trails: Ambangeg (Benguet), Akiki (Benguet), Tawangan (Ifugao) and Ambaguio (Nueva Vizcaya).

Mt. Pulag is proclaimed as a National Park through Pres. Proclamation No. 75 on February 20, 1987 covering an area of 11,550 hectares (28,500 acres). It is part of the Cordillera Biogeographic Zone and is a National Integrated Protected Areas Programme (NIPAP) site. The surroundings of Mt. Pulag is inhabited by different ethnic groups such as the Ibalois, Kalanguya, Kankana-eys, Karao, Ifugaos and the Ilocanos.

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  • About Mt. Pulag
  • Location

    Kabayan, Benguet, Philippines

  • Elevation (meters)

    2,926 MASL

  • Features

    Sea of Clouds, Grassland, Pine and Mossy Forest

Location of Mt. Pulag

  • About Mt. Pulag
  • Location

    Kabayan, Benguet, Philippines

  • Elevation (meters)

    2,926 MASL

  • Features

    Sea of Clouds, Grassland, Pine and Mossy Forest


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