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Mt. Malindang

Watch out for the elusive Philippine Eagle and the tarsiers and check out the seventeen major winding rivers, hot and cold springs, waterfalls and huge old trees along the path to the peak of this mountain which stands at an imposing 2,428 meters above sea level along the Malindang Mountain Range - an Asean Heritage Park. The entire range covers an area of more than 53,262 hectares of protected areas composed of several mountains, peaks, ridges, canyons, gullies and volcanic craters located at the central western part of the Province. Before reaching the peak, you will have to pass the serene Lake Duminagat, a sacred place for the Subanens where you can stop by for boating, kayaking or enjoying a swim in its cool waters.

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