Tuesday, December 18, 2007

MT. LABO itenerary ~Camarines Norte

KADLAGAN
MT. LABO CLIMB
Sept.1-2,2007
via Sitio Butan, Brgy. San Isidro, San Lorenzo
Camarines Norte

Mount Labo is a compound volcano at the NW end of the Bicol Peninsula
in SE Luzon, SW of the city of Daet. The forested 1544-m-high
andesitic stratovolcano is surrounded by numerous andesitic-to-
dacitic satellitic lava domes. Mid-Pleistocene eruptions beginning
about 580,000 years ago formed lava domes on the northern side of the
complex. The present edifice was formed beginning about 270,000 years
ago, and flank lava dome emplacement took place from about 200,000 to
about 40,000 years ago. The latest activity from Mt. Labo produced
pyroclastic flows from the summit cone about 27,000 years ago.
Thermal activity in the form of hot and warm springs continues, and
Mount Labo has been the object of an extensive geothermal exploration
program.

The Kadlagan Outdoor Shop and Services, the 1st and leading outdoor
shop in the Bikol Region, has the tradition, system and service to
let the Mountaineers, climbers and nature lovers to experience the
life in the outdoor, relax, rejuvenate, uplift their environmental
consciousness, and create camaraderie among themselves by bringing
them at the cool scenic places away from the city like Mt. labo. So
this coming, Set.1-2,2007, the kadlagan is initiating a the SAKATT SA
MT.LABO, Daet, Camarines Norte with assistance of ORYOL OUTDOOR
CLUB . A two days Trekking, camping and hiking.
So come and join us.

Registration: P550 includes t-shirt, certificate, souvenir giveaways
and guide services.
Exclude fare, food, tents and personal equipment and necessities.

ITINERARY

SEPT.1 2007-Day 1

6:00- Arrival/Preparation
7:00- ETD
8:00- ETA Jump off point (Sitio Butan)
8:00-9:00- Briefing
9:00- ETD Base Camp
12:00- Lunch along the the trail
2:00- ETA Base Camp ( Site A- PNOC Exploration Area)
2:00-3:00- Camp Preparation (rest, tent pitching, etc.)
3:00- Descent to Angelina Falls
4:30- Back to camp site
5:00-6:00- Meal preparation and Socials
10:00- TAPS

SEPT.2, 2007- Day 2

4:00- Wake up call
5:00-6:00- Breakfast and Pack lunch preparation
6:30- Ascent to Summit
8:30- ETA
8:30-9:00- rest, picture taking
9:00- Descent to campsite
10:30- ETA
11:00- break camp
12:00- Lunch
12:30- Ascent to Sitio Butan (Spill way)
3:30- ETA
3:30-4:30- rest,swimming
5:00- ETD
6:00- ETA Daet
HOME SWEET HOME

REMINDER:
-The organizer deserves the right to change or alter the itinerary
without prior notice and bring all necessary camping equipment and
expect the trails to be cogonal or grassy so bring with you your long
sleeve shirts and trekking pants with abundant water. Individual with
special medication are advised to bring the sufficient amount of
medicine. Mt.LABO is a level 3 climb(MODERATE 2 STRENEOUS).
Waterproof, pack your camping stuff in plastic bags before putting
them into you. Make a check- list and check it twice. First aid –
bring safety with you all the times. First timer - exercise, to be
physically fit. Waste- dispose it properly. Carry out litter left by
you and others

TAKE NOTHING BUT PICUTRES, LEAVE NOTHING BUT FOOTPRINTS,
KILL NOTHING BUT TIME.

WHAT TO BRING:
Food: 2 days probation. Anything as long it is edible but we
recommend lightweight supply of food with enough supply of water. so
we advised to bring enough water.
Equipment: Sandals and Hiking are highly recommended for the trails
are rocky and grassy and sometimes muddy, tents, stove, personal
belongings such as clothes(for 2 days),pants, caps ,gloves, shorts,
flashlight or headlight, jacket or sweater, etc.
Equipment: Sandals and Hiking are highly recommended for the trails
are rocky and grassy and sometimes muddy, tents, stove, personal
belongings such as clothes(for 2 days),pants, caps ,gloves, shorts,
flashlight or headlight, jacket or sweater, etc.

For more information and reservation of your slots: Please contact:
MIT-MC or visit our blog site http://mit-mc.blogspot.com/
Limited to 30 participants only.
Thanks a lot and see you.

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