Travel Guide: Mt. Sipit Ulang

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Mt. Sipit Ulang, a mountain that offers a scenic view of rock formations, rich caves, and panoramic view of the Sierra Madre mountain range. It has various trail ranging from easy to slightly hard trail, and can hike for about 2-3 hours going to summit.

At the summit, you will see a rock formation depicting a crab’s claw, which is the main landmark of this mountain. One can climb up to the top of it and enjoy the picturesque panoramic view of the city and the Sierra Madre mountains.

After descending down, a possible side trip to Payaran Falls, the so called 7 layered falls, which offers a nice and relaxing cold water that you need after a tiring climb of Mt. Sipit Ulang. On the top layer of Payaran Falls is a small pool like basic where in you can jump, swim, and enjoy with your friends. There are tables available at the falls for free so that you eat your lunch before or after swimming at the falls.

Please observe LNT whenever you climb every mountain and every nature trips you are doing.

Take 5 at trail going to the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Take 5 at trail going to the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Rock climbing going to the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Rock climbing going to the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Shining crystals at the cave of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Shining crystals at the cave of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Inside the cave of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Inside the cave of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Andrew and Donna on the rocky part of the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Andrew and Donna on the rocky part of the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Our group the the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Our group the the summit of Mt. Sipit Ulang
Swimming at the top level of Payaran Falls
Swimming at the top level of Payaran Falls
Streaming water of Payaran Falls
Streaming water of Payaran Falls
The Payaran Falls top level where you can do cliff jumping
The Payaran Falls top level where you can do cliff jumping

How to get there:

Ride a van going to Eastwood, Rodriguez, Rizal from Cubao, tell the driver to drop you off the tricycle terminal going to Brgy. Mascap.
Ride a Trike going Brgy. Mascap

Expenses:

Cubao to Eastwood, RR (Van): Php 50.00 – (Php 100.00 RT)
Eastwood, RR to Brgy Mascap (Trike): Php 150/trike (150/5* pax = Php 30.00*) (Php 60.00 RT)
Guide Fee: 400+Considerate fee if you want to go to Payaran Falls. In our case, we are 7 pax in the group, and wee decided to contribute Php 100 each for the guide fee.
Registration for he DENR is Php 50.00/head

Total expenses: Php 350.00

*You’ll divide the trike fee. One can fit 5 persons.

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