As a website dedicated to the exploration of the great outdoors, WK Adventures inevitably has a collection of articles dedicated to hiking in the Philippines.
With over 7000 islands in the country, the Philippines has no shortage of picturesque and breathtaking landscapes that would make for prime hiking spots. As outdoor enthusiasts with a distinct penchant for traveling both local and internationally, we at WK Adventures have endeavored to dive into the world of hiking by discovering and exploring the country’s best trekking trails. In this regard, not only would we be providing our readers with potential hiking spots to pepper their itinerary with, but these articles would also simultaneously showcase the country’s beautiful, albeit less popular hiking spots. If you are like us and would thrive in thrilling and exhilarating adventures, exploring the country’s best hiking trails should be on your to-do-list. After all, there are some views in the country that are better appreciated in person and when you took the time and effort just to see it.
To guide you better, this article has briefly summarized and condensed the key points of all the dedicated hiking editorials and commentaries this website has published to date. For a more elaborate take on each subject, you may check the individual articles published on this website for the expounded version. In any case, below is a straightforward exposition on the collection of trekking and hiking articles ever published in WK Adventures.
TREKS AND TRAILS: THE TOP SEVEN BEGINNER HIKING SPOTS NEAR MANILA
The most recent article published in the website that is dedicated to hiking focuses on the various hiking spots in the National Capital Region– or at least the nearby ones that do not take a plane ticket to get to. These various hiking spots (Mt. Daraitan, Mt. Bacayan and Mt, Pamintan, Mt. Daguldol, Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake, Mt. Manalmon, Mt. Romelo, Mt. Sawi) were chosen specifically for their beginner-friendly trails which are perfect for individuals who are seemingly starting out and still trying getting a feel of the outdoor activity. The article briefly discusses each hiking trail with in-depth detail as to how to get there as well as the travel time required.
WEEKEND EXCURSIONS: THE TOP TEN HIKING TRAILS IN CEBU FOR BEGINNERS
To make the website’s dedicated category for hiking more inclusive, WK Adventures’ included a listicle of Cebu’s top beginner hiking trails (Mt. Mago, Mt. Naupa, Casino Peak, Mount Mauyog, Ablayan Peak, Mount Babag, Kandungaw, Mt. Manunggal, Osmena Peak, Sirao Peak). Like the article’s counterpart in NCR, the list also touches on the various hiking trail’s description, travel time as well as its location.
HIKING IN TANAY: BEGINNER HIKING SPOTS IN TANAY
As one of the places in the NCR with the most prolific hiking spots, WK Adventures’ made sure that Tanay gets its own article dedicated to Hiking. Apart from just listing the various beginner hiking spots, however, the article also included a handful of hiking safety tips for beginners. The article discusses where to find Tanay’s most beloved hiking trails (Mt. Daraitan, Mt. Batolusung, Mt. Maynoba and Mt. Cayabu)
HIKING WITH YOUR POOCH: A GUIDE TO BRING YOUR DOG OUTDOORS
For intrepid animal-lovers who wish to explore and conquer hiking trails with their beloved four-legged friends, WK Adventures’ has this dedicated article that details the various pros and cons of bringing a dog on a hike. Apart from identifying the advantages and disadvantages, the article also discusses in brief the indispensable tips hikers need to be aware of should they wish to bring their dog with them on future treks.
MT. BATOLUSONG DAY HIKE
For an in-depth and expansive discussion on Mt. Batolusong’s Day Hike, WK Adventures’ has dedicated an entire article to serve as a guide. It details logistics of the hike such as what to bring, what you can expect, what the drive and parking entails as well as the hike itself.
With all these dedicated trekking and trails articles published on the website, indulge the inner hiker in you and you might just light the spark that inspires the inner adventurer in you.