TRAVEL: Mt. Lunayon trek in Malaybalay City and dip in CEDAR pool in Impasug-ong

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A group of hikers enters the forest at the foot of Mt. Lunayon within the Mount Kitanglad Range Natural Park, home to the Philippine Eagle. This potential hiking destination is about two hours walk from Barangay Capitan Angel, Malaybalay City and has a lush, mossy forest with rich flora and fauna.
Photo by Earl E. Bolivar/Bukidnon News.Net contributor

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A hiker marvels at the beauty of Dila Falls, one of the natural attractions inside CEDAR (Center for Ecological Development And Recreation), Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon.
Photo by Earl E. Bolivar/Bukidnon News.Net contributor

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Using a ball as floater, a boy savors the last day of summer vacation by swimming in the ice-cold and man-made pool of CEDAR (Center for Ecological Development And Recreation) in Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon.
Photo by Earl E. Bolivar/Bukidnon News.Net contributor