(Oct. 17 - 18, 2015 : Osmeña Peak, Mantalungon, Dalaguete, Cebu ) Monthly NCR Trekkers activity was fast approaching and the scheduled mountain to climb is Mount Kandungaw in Maluray, Dalaguete. But due to circumstances, our Trekkers President and trekkers adviser cannot participate. I made a suggestion to Tats (Trekkers President) that we should change the venue since they can't make it like in Mount Kapayas Climb and coastal cleanup. It saddens me that they can't be with us, when in the first place they really wanted to climb Mount Kandungaw. One of us suggested to have it in Osmeña Peak, as there are some members of the Trekkers Club who was yet to climb Osmeña Peak. We had to make their dreams come
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Osmeña Peak : Cebu’s highest Peak – rematch!
(Sept 13-14, 2014 - Osmeña Peak, Mantalungon, Dalaguete, Cebu) Osmeña Peak Rematch. After our first climb of the highest peak in Cebu, we planned to have a rematch climb. We just had a short planning and just want to have spontaneity on the minor details. The weekend of our climb has came. Everything was ready and good but the weather. It is forecasted that there will be a tropical storm approaching, but we loved adventures so we still pursued the plan. There were just five of us that were up to the challenge. Angie, Tats, Carlos, Angel and me. We were a bit late since one of us had minor issues at home. The weather was not really good, the skies were dark in the
Osmeña Peak: The highest peak in Cebu South
(06/20/2014) - Photo of Osmena Peak before sunrise It's been a long time that I had been into mountain trekking. The last time I found myself camping in the mountains was during my 5th year in college , that was 2006. After being away from everyone and being alone for about 3 months for business trip in Japan, I realized a lot of things and top 4 on my list were: Life is too short to waste on something that doesn't really matter and doesn't make you happy. All I needed was to be placed in another country to be more expressive and less reserved. I'll do what needs to be done for a purpose, what others think of me