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Mt. Apo

Davao City, Davao Del Sur, Region XI, 8000, Philippines
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Davao City, Davao Del Sur, Region XI, 8000, Philippines

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Top 50 Must-visit Tourist Destinations in Davao City | WayPH.com

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Conquer the highest peak in the country | Province of Cotabato

Mt. Apo Conquer the highest peak in the Philippines: Mt. Apo . This majestic mountain is also a home of the endangered Philippine Eagle, the country’s national bird.  Mt. Apo is surrounded by moss-covered century-old trees, captivating flo... source: http://cotabatoprov.gov.ph/destinations/conquer-th...

About the Mountain | Mt Apo Adventures

Mt. Apo is the highest point with an elevation of 3144 Meters above sea level, making it the Grand Father of all Philippine Mountains and the dream mountain of every Filipino mountaineer. Mount Apo is one of the must see and experience for every adventu... source: http://www.mtapoadventures.com/about-the-mountain/...

Make It Davao: Mount Apo - King of Philippine Peaks

Mt. Apo and the making of Koong Trail. http://campapo.blogspot.com/2012/05/mt-apo-koong-trail-in-making.html#.T87uWdVYu7gReplyDeleteAnonymousDecember 10, 2013 at 1:32 AMHi! My friend and I would like to see Mt. Apo. How do we get there from Francisco Ba... source: http://davaocitybybattad.blogspot.com/2011/06/moun...

Mount Apo - Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia

Mt. Apo is the Philippine eagle or monkey-eating eagle. Mount Apo Contents 1 Location 2 Physical features 3 Plant life 4 Animal life 5 History 6 Getting there 7 Climbing the mountain 8 References 9 Citation Location The mountain is located on the ... source: http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php/Mount_Apo...

Mt. Apo/Kidapawan-Magpet Trail (2,956+) - Pinoy Mountaineer

Mt. Apo/Kidapawan-Magpet Trail (2,956+) October 8, 2007September 6, 2015 Ivan Henares 201 Comments Apo, Difficulty 7/9, Major Climb, Southern Mindanao MT. APO (KIDAPAWAN-MAGP... source: http://www.pinoymountaineer.com/2007/10/mt-apokida...