This tour takes you up a pine-laden dirt road to the grasslands at the base of Mt. Ampacao. Here, you are given a view overlooking Sagada and its nearby municipalities. After watching the sunrise, the trek continues through an old woodcutter's trail opening up to another grassland clearing at Nabas-ang and exits through Atoanan. On the way back to town, you may opt to visit the famous Sagada Community Pottery along the way.
Note: This tour may not be available on days when there are rituals happening; and such spiritual proceedings do not have definite dates. In cases where guests have paid in advance and the tour is cancelled due to this, a full refund will be provided.
A minimal maintenance fee is included in the price to help maintain our services. Part of this fee also goes to our social outreach programs.
The trail for the tour is rough and rocky; it may be muddy as well depending on the weather so be sure to dress appropriately.