It was a chilly night, temperature almost went down to -0, campers call it a night as early as 8pm no more talks and socials just went to sleep from the tiring hike from Ambangeg trail.
3am - We packed our gears, Liberty and Andrew ( our guide ) get ready for a morning hike to see the sunrise, it was damp and wet from the rain the night before. As we hike through the lush mountain, there's a lot of things that's going in my mind, the fascinating topography of the mountain, the water that it gives to the surrounding villages and the new plant species that I've seen was fascinates me and makes me wonder how this mountain cater to all of her children. Fauna and Flora. Mount Pulag hosts 528 documented plant species. It is the natural habitat of the endemic Dwarf Bamboo, and the Benguet pine which dominates the areas of Luzon tropical pine forests found on the mountainsides.
Treacherous trail and thin air makes the hike even more challenging, not to mention it was slippery since it rained the night before, but this doesn't stop us from seeing the famed sea of clouds and glorious sunrise.
All the images taken was whilst descending...