This is to officially state that the Mountaineering Federation of the Philippines Inc. or MFPI :
• HAS NOT sought permit from the Mt. Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape Park Superintendent’s office to climb the Tayabas side of Mt. Banahaw on Oct 11-12, 2014.
• DOES NOT have any scheduled “Friendship Ecological Climb Activity” in Barangay Lalo, Tayabas City, Quezon Province
The scheduled climb on Oct. 11-12, 2014 on the Tayabas side of Mt. Banahaw for which the permit (shown below) was issued for a group of 16 climbers is in NO WAY connected to MFPI.
May the public be aware and be protected from adventure organizers who choose to misrepresent and mislead clients and guests who join their trips in good faith.
By the way, Park Superintendent Salud of the Mt. Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape has already been informed about this. Permit has been cancelled.
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!
The Northern Mindanao Mountaineering Society (NORMMS) Ecological Foundation Incorporated will be hosting the 30th MFPI National Congress and Climb on April 16-19, 2009 in the beautiful province of Bukidnon.
Major activities include the following:
1. Mt. Kitanglad – Mt. Dulangdulang Traverse
2. Mt. Dulangdulang – Dalwangan (Traverse)
3. Mt. Kitanglad (Backtrail)
4. Basic Mountaineering Course (MFPI-affiliated)
For more information, visit their site here.