|The author on a hanging bridge. Do I looked scared? That's because I really am.|
When we went up in Baguio City last year, we decided to go to the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary for a change. We've been to the City of Pines a couple of times and things had become quite monotonous: ride a bike, paddle a boat and mount a horse--so to make it extra special, we went to go trekking on the hilly terrain of the Sanctuary.
|The entrance to the woods.|
|My cousin Jamie Sanoy on top of the curved hanging bridge.|
|The cliff onboard the van going to the trail.|
The best part is the hanging bridge. It is quite curve so we had to be really careful. The view had been perfect--stunning and we felt like boy scouts while we were touring the said place. There were 14 stations on the Sanctuary. The cosmic journey one has to take is quite steep, but definitely worth one's trip.
|The author in yellow shirt with Jamie (in red) and Arra Basilio and JV Sulit.|
|Yes, it's a hilly terrain and you have to go down to enjoy the view.|
One will enjoy nature at its best. Communing with nature and in deep prayer will surely be experienced in Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary. They even had picnic areas but you have to bring in your food. Also be ready with a bottle of water in hand as the trek will surely make one thirsty.
|Inside the caves before sun down.|
Children should be accompanied by adults and everyone is to use caution due to the hilly terrain.
|Going to the Cosmic Journey of the Sanctuary.|
|Here we come!|
|My entire clan takes a pose.|
Should you be interested to try this ecological journey/trail, Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary is located on #25 North Sto. Tomas road, Campo Sioco, Baguio City
Call them at (074) 442-4602