The Ambongdolan Caves in Tublay is made up of clusters of caves and cavelets that have various formations of stalagmites and stalactites.
A new bouldering area in the heart of the Benguet Mountain Range emerges. Ambongdolan, Tublay, Benguet, is more famous for the Bengaongao and Paterno Caves (the latter named after General Paterno who used the cave as a hiding place from the Japanese military during World War II). Recent trips to the area by Pinoyclimbers however have given it a more inspiring allure. It takes around an hour of driving from Baguio City to the vicinity of the caves and boulders. The distance from Baguio to the Ambongdolan Boulders is around 25 kilometers via the Tuel route. Another route is the Kapangan route which is around 30 kilometers from Baguio City. – info.rockrun.com/
Photos below taken from: traveltothephilippines.info