Mount Malindig, Highest Peak in Marinduque

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MT. MALINDIG

 

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The highest peak on the island at 1,157 meters is the home of different species of wild orchids and other endemic wildlife. Due to its height above 1,000 meters above sea level, by law is has been identified as a protected area. This mountain is a stratiform type of dormant volcano with three peaks, the highest is the northern peak, the center peak and the south peak. Trek and climb to the peak is rated as easy to moderate. Reachable via the circumferential road at Brgy. Sihi, Buenavista which is the regular jump-off area. The last third of the climb after the Radio Station atop the mountain will be a trek on a mix of mossy and closed canopy forest with its regular foggy surroundings. – flickr.com/photos/lenareh/2826752262

 

 

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Malindig volcano (also known as Marlanga), is an andesitic stratovolcano at the southern tip of Marinduque Island, west of the Bondoc Peninsula on Luzon Island, Philippines. The summit has sharp peaks. No recent eruptions have occurred at the volcano. Hot springs are active at its western base. – volcanodiscovery.com

 

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