Mount Pulog is the highest mountain in Luzon and the second highest in Philippines. Scaling a height of about 2929 meters and stretched over an area of about 115.5 square kilometers, this magnificent mountain challenges the mountaineers to climb it's four major trails which all eventually lead to the peak somehow. These trails include the Akiki, Ambangeg, Tawangan and Ambaguio, and of which the Ambangeg trail is the easiest to climb.
Most of the visitors seek to climb Mount Pulog so as to experience the stunning and mesmerizing beauty and tranquility of these heights. A great place for nature enthusiasts as it offers some really amazing and varied range of flora and fauna, the wildlife of the Mount Pulog includes some rare species of mammals such as the Philippine Brown Deer, the Luzon Pygmy Fruit Bat, and the Giant Cloud Rat of Northern Luzon.