Vertical Bivouac in the Philippines

Yosemite National Park  is a famous outdoor activity located in the California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. Famous for its gigantic Sequoia trees, Tunnel view, Bridalveil Fall, El Captain’s granite cliff and Half Dome. In the Philippines an existing site for vertical bivouac is in White Cliff, Quezon, Bukidnon, the first and only in the country. This White Rock wall serves as protector from the storms. It is situated at 150- meter ledge facing the national highway. The bivouac is approximately around 2 meters wide and 15 meters long and the ledge is 480 feet off the ground. Ascending using Single Rope Technique is a way to reached the site. Climbing will take 2-3 hours including rest. It has two ledges- the first ledge and the transition ledge that climbers need to pass before reaching the final ledge. This adventure is good for vigorous individuals and those who are not afraid of heights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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