Travel Factor Coordinator Ron Rabadon Will Climb Mt Pulag For The 50th TIME

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Mar 1-2, 2014
Travel Factor

Mount Pulag (or sometimes Mount Pulog) is the third highest mountain in the Philippines. It is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 meters above sea level. The borders between the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya meet at the mountain’s peak. (from Wikipedia)

Ron Pulag 50

Ron Pulag 50

Nakakatuwa lang na sa pang-50 na pagkakataon, aakyat ng Mt Pulag si Ron habang ako, never pa akong nakatuntong doon.

Nakakasama ko siya kapag may mga HQ Night, interview for new applicants, at training trips ang Travel Factor. Ambilis lang din ng panahon at pang singkwentang pag-akyat na pala niya ito.

Mabait si Ron. Maalagain sa mga kasama. Matalino at magaling makipagkapwa. Maayos siyang makitungo sa kapwa niya coordinators at sa mga participants. Magaling siya magluto at mag-prepare ng mga pagkain. Macho at malakas ang pangangatawan. Kaunti na lang, matatapatan na niya ang kagwapuhan ko. Kung gugustuhin niya, maaari siyang mapabilang sa mga Kampeon Ng Pag-ibig.

Master Pulag Ron pitching

Master Pulag Ron pitching

Kung susumahin, siya ang aming Master Pulag. Tinanghal siyang Coordinator of the Year ng Travel Factor noong 2012.

May girlfriend ata siya ngayon sa pagkakaalam ko.

Iniimbitahan niya tayona samahan siya sa kanyang Golden Climb to Mt Pulag sa March 1-2. Biyahen Victory yun. Marami pang slots. Hinding hindi kayo magsisisi kung siya ang magiging coordinator ninyo. Kung ako nga ay kukuha ng Mt. Pulag trip para mag-assist, gugustuhin ko na siya ang mag-lead. Iba ang ma-train ng isang Master Pulag.

Kung gusto ninyo mag-sign up sa climb, click lang sa LINK NA TO.

ITINERARY
Day 0
Assembly time at 09:00PMDay 1
Arrival in Baguio
Arrival in Ranger Station, Lunch
Start of the trek
ETA at the campsite
Overnight at Mt. PulagDay 2
Wake up early
Start with the Summit Assault
Sunrise watching
Breakfast
Start of the trek down
Arrival in Ranger Station. Wash-up
Arrival in Baguio
Depart Baguio to Manila

Day 3
ETA Manila around 03:00 AM

INCLUSIONS
RT Bus Transfers: Manila-Baguio-Manila via Victory Liner
RT Jeep Transfers: Baguio-Ranger Station-Baguio
Included Meals: Day 1 – Lunch, Dinner; Day 2 – Breakfast, Lunch
All Guide and Conservation Fees (Mt. Pulag National Park)
1N Tent Accommodation
Travel Insurance
Travel Factor ID and Tshirt
Byaheng Victory souvenir
 

Darating din ang araw, maaabot ko rin ang mga naabot mo. Kahit isang beses lang.

0 responses to “Travel Factor Coordinator Ron Rabadon Will Climb Mt Pulag For The 50th TIME

  1. Ron is such an inspiration. If he was able to do it, I’m sure you can as well because if you really believed on something and you have to courage to accomplish it, there’s no such thing that you cannot do. I’m looking forward to your climb in mt. Pulag and being able to read all your mountaineering activities there. God bless 😉

    • hi juliet,

      i have been to mt pulag for about 3 times already, with Ron leading each climb. all climbs were surely a feat. there was a time when a catholic eucharistic celebration was held at the peak. pardon for not sharing the stories in the blog, but i do share each experience on my ig and twitter./ @pepideleon.

      thank you for visiting.

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