History of Mountaineering
Philippine Mountains
Environmental Awareness
Climb Ethics
Climb Organization
Climb Preparation
  Physical and Mental Preparation
  Gears and Equipment
  Meal Planning
  Backpack Loading
Climb Proper
  Trail Movement
  Camp Management
Other Mountaineering Knowledge and Skills
  Land Navigation
  Ropemanship
  Rock Climbing
  High Altitude Climbing
Prevention, First Aid and Emergency Care
  Sequence of actions for adult Basic Life Support
Group Scribe's Report Form
Gear and Equipment Checklist
Physical Fitness Assessment Form
Sample BMC Final Exam
Sample First Aid Final Exam

AMCI Basic Mountaineering Course (BMC) 2002


PHILIPPINE MOUNTAINS

Only some of the more popular mountains in the Philippines are listed here. Someday, I hope to have a more comprehensive list, with more details.
Information was gathered from the AMCI 2002 handbook and an MFPI email dated June 20, 2004. Unfortunately, some of the details do not match. Will have to find a more reliable source...

MOUNTAIN LOCATION SCALE (meters/feet) LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
ApoNorth Cotabato-Davao2,954 / 9689 
Dulang DulangBukidnon2,937 / 9637 
PulogBenguet/Cordillera2,937 / 9610 
KitangladBukidnon2,898 / 9,509 
KitangladBukidnon2,378 / 9,509 
KalatunganBukidnon2,864 / 9,399 
TabayacCordillera2,841 / 9,322 
*RagangLanao del sur2,814 / 9,235 
*PiapayunganCotabato-Lanao2,814 / 9,233 
MaagnawKitanglad2,741 / 8,994 
SingakalcaCordillera2,717 / 8,915 
HalconOriental Mindoro2,582 / 8,471 
MayonAlbay2,462 / 8,077 
KanlaonNegros Occidental2,460 / 8,070 
MatutumSouth Cotabato2,293 / 7,522 
BanahawLaguna-Quezon2,165 / 7,103 
Guiting-guitingRomblon2,057 / 6,748 
Hilong-hilongAgusan2,012 / 6,601 
IsarogBicol1,966 / 6,450 
PinatuboZambales1,759 / 5,770 
BulusanSorsogon1,559 / 5,114 
MakilingLaguna-Batangas1,143 / 3,750 
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