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It was late autumn in Tokyo and I wasn’t sure how cold the mountains have become so to test the waters I decided to do an easy dayhike ..read more
TOKYO – Capping off my year of hiking in Japan, I managed to push for a hike up the 1728-meter Mt. Ryokami (両神山) in Saitama – ..read more
More and more hikes are emerging in Mindanao, not just the grand multi-day climbs up the big mountains, but dayhikes that everyone can ..read more
TOKYO – A day after climbing Mt. Daibosatsu, I continued my weekend hiking by heading down to Izu Peninsula and climbing the highest ..read more
TOKYO – The summer rains drenched my plans to make a Hyakumeizan run – I ended up with 5 instead of the minimum 7 I had set for ..read more
My fifth and last summer hike in Japan – after the rains drowned my prospects of more – was Mt. Azumaya (四阿山)  in Nagano ..read more
MALAYBALAY, BUKIDNON – This province is known for towering giants – most especially the peaks of the Kitanglad and Kalatungan Ranges ..read more
TOKYO – Encouraged by my successful Mt. Zao hike, I decided to climb Mt. Nasu (那須岳) in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan the following day ..read more
TOKYO – My annual summer hiking in Japan resumes, even as I may have arrived too early, with the plum rains still affecting many parts ..read more
BAGUIO CITY – One of my favourite Cordillera hikes is none other than Mt. Ugo – I have climbed this mountain at least six times from ..read more

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