Let the Bontoc travel story continue…

Hiking other peak in Maligcong wasn’t planned, but who got plan anyways. 🙂

What i love about this place is that it gives you the foggy vibes you’ll surely love when visiting the highlands added with its pines, pines and more pines.

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Where to?

We’ve reached Maligcong homestay round 2pm, then there were 2 other guests who have scheduled trek to Mt Fato round 3pm, they’ve asked as if we wanted to come, i asked my friend if she likes, then said yes. We freshen up a bit then we started scaling the mountain. To my surprise i kinda like the trail vibe, with its lush pines sum with cold and misty weather, gahhh i love it. 🙂

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At Mt Fato Summit overlooking Fabuyan.

According to Kuya Henry our guide, Mt Fato is a direct translation of Mt Bato. Where F is B in their dialect. And Ate V said Baka is sometimes Faka, but Bahay is Afong, ironically in my dialect (Pangasinan) bahay is abong. 🙂

  • My Maligcong travel is so much fun, with all the translation and more local stories , wild mushroom and more mountain tea over dinner.
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