L.O.S.T. @Mt. Balagbag The Reunion – False Chase Adventure

Original Title: Carol’s Return Climb with Emmylou – LOST Reunion (DayHike)

Final IT (That was never been followed and no actual Water Falls encountered 😦 )

0500 Meetup Jollibee Farmers (Those who are coming from South and near Farmers)
0530 Depart going to Tungko
0700 ETA Jollibee Tungko (2nd meet up for those who are near Tungko); buy provisions
0730 ETD Tungko, board jeep for Licao Licao (P22)
0800 ETA jumpoff/prepare
0830 Start trek
0915 ETA 1st water falls of Kaytitinga
0945 ETA 2nd water falls of Kaytitinga
1015 ETA rough road trail
1130 ETA view deck, near the trail going to Mt. Maranat
1200 ETA Mt. Balagbag Summit/Lunch/Photo-ops
1330 Start traverse descent
1430 ETA Galas Falls entrance (optional)
1530 ETA Sitio Karahume store, rest, and washup
1630 Start trek to main road,
1645 ETA main road, wait for jeep
1700 Ride jeep to Tungko
1730 ETA Tungko, post climb na kagad (shot-shot)

Watch Jazon’s video edit of our adventures below that show the happiness of this momentous get together and returning LOST climbers in one compress day of hike/trek.

As Usual we are Team L.O.S.T. no water falls and only False Hope haha but then again it was worth it I get to join and see my LOST Family again after 2 years or so. Thank you so much guys and to everyone this is the start Where and When is the next trek/hike?  😀

Video & Photo’s courtesy of resident LOST Photographer/Videographer Jazon Balbuena

LOST at Jump Off LOST at the Summit LOST taking 5 minute breakOh yeah, by the way, seriously. Where is the F*cking Falls?  😀

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About Kalongkong Hiker

I am Paolo Mercado for 20 years I've been riding a bike, walking a lot and running a lot. I am Kalongkong Hiker, a trail runner, mountaineer and a biker that can also write a blog of my travels, adventures and places that I visited through walking, running and biking. I write to encourage others to stay healthy and fit. #KeepOnRunning #ShareTheRoad #KalongkongHiker
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