This category is about the mountain ranges of the Philippines. This category has only the following subcategory. The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. This list may not reflect recent changes.
All the Philippine islands are of volcanic origin and, as a result, the country is very mountainous. Those who wish to climb the mountain must first obtain the blessing of the local tribe and perform the usual rituals before, during and after the climb.
Because the Philippines is located in the Pacific Belt of Fire, it is naturally home to some of the most magnificent mountains and volcanoes in Southeast Asia and the world. There are about 300 volcanoes in the Philippines, and 24 of them are active.
Located 2,938 meters above sea level, the mountain. Dulang-Dulang is the second highest mountain in the Philippines.
The Sierra Madre, which stretches along the Pacific coast from the north to the center of Luzon, is the longest mountain range in the country. This mountain range and the Cordillera Central merge in north-central Luzon to form the Caraballo Mountains.