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6th MFPI Luzon Summit

Greetings!!

The Mountaineering Federation of the Phil., (MFPI) Inc., is the umbrella organization of major mountaineering clubs in the Philippines. MFPI have Fifty-Five (55) member organizations representing more than 30,000 mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts. It is a member organization of the Union Internationale des Association D’ Alpinisme (UIAA) or the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation. UIAA is the world body of mountaineering federations. In addition, MFPI is also a partner organization of the Leave No Trace, Inc. based in Colorado, USA.

The Concerned Aduana Mountaineers of the Phils., Outdoor Addicts Inc. Tiwi Mountaineer and Outdoor Enthusiast and Tribu Guinobateño Mountaineering Club are mountaineering/outdoor and environmental groups duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission that venture in adventure activities and recreation, environmental conservation and protection, and cultural community preservation. Said groups are members of the Mountaineering Federation of the Philippines, Inc.

The above mentioned entities are working together to uphold the 6th MFPI Luzon Summit with a theme “Pagtiripon Manungod Kan Kapalibutan” (Pagtitipon para sa Kalikasan). This is yearly event when major mountaineering clubs under the MFPI conglomerate. This will be held in Brgy Bagasbas, Daet, Camarines Norte on July 6-10, 2011.

We are opening this event to all. We are expecting an attendance of no less than one hundred (100) participants. Below are the lists of activities for the event:

Basic Mountaineering Course (BMC)

High Altitude Mountaineering

Mountain Climbing at Mt. Balagbag and Mt. Labo

Skim / Surf Clinic

Adventure Race

MFPI Luzon President’s meeting

Mountain Bike Challenge

Bikini Open

Concert

In this regard, we would like to request your presence as well as your club on the above mentioned activity, as this aims not only to promote goodwill and camaraderie between and among member clubs and outdoor enthusiasts, but also to enhance awareness on environmental conservation and protection. Please find hereto attached schedule of activities and other details for your reference.

Should you have further queries on the said activity, please feel free to address your inquiries to or Ronnel Panganiban +639274005832, Marky Bagares +639052870559, Shey Gutierrez-Ramos +639175138003 or email us at aduanamountaineers@gmail.com.

Shey

4th MFPI Luzon Summit

SEGA

GREETINGS BRETHREN!

This serves as an invitation catering to all mountaineering aficionados, trekkers, outdoor enthusiasts and anybody bound o feel the earth to the FOURTH NORTH LUZON SUMMIT to be held at Sagada, Mountain Province on June 3-7, 2009.

Endowed wit magnificent subterranean caves, inimitable burial sites, cascading waterfalls, awe-inspiring rice terraces, a rich culture and an amiable people, Sagada has doggedly been a major tourist destination in the country for both local and foreign tourist since the 1970’s

Splendid, unscaled mountain sprawl along its crests but some of these remain anonymous destinations.

The Sagada Environmental Guides Association in (SEGA), a duly recognized and accredited by the municipal government as well as the Department of Tourism in partnership with the Mountaineering Federation of the Philippines Inc. (MFPI) together with the sponsors enjoins everyone on this momentous event.

Come and experience, explore, enjoy another chapter or your mountaineering lives in the mountains of the Gran Cordillera mountain range.
See you there!

For more information, visit us at our website http://sega.sagada.org or you can contact 09197856140 or write us under this address owendapliyan@yahoo.com.

Mountaineeringly yours,

EGBERT DAILAY
President

MFPI EVENT FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE AND JULY

To All: Members and Non-Members

We are inviting you to join the following events:

Luzon Summit: June 3-7, 2009 Venue: Sagada “Details to Follow”

Grand Eye Ball (GEB): July 18-19, 2009 Venue: to be announce “Details to Follow”

Peace!