Friday, August 24, 2012


Anna participated in 17 climbs and has conquered 16 mountains: 

 Mts. Pico de Loro (2), Manabu, Sto Tomas, Cabuyao, Gulugod Baboy, Talamitam, Banoi, Tagapo, Humarap, Pinagbanderahan, Manalmon and Mabilog

Mts. Pulag, Ugu, Humalophop and Damas

Anna has also participated in one of the great Cordillera traverses where she traversed to 23 more mountains: Mts. Komunal, Kabilisan, Indupit, Yabnong, Bundao, Samiento, Sad-ngat, Sabuyak, Bauwek, Carao, Sadel, Pagal, Bakuyan, Pigingan, Yabis, Timal, Sawmill, Bukol, Badjao, Sadjatan, Anawang, Letbek and Busdi

BP Anna in Luzon's highest, Mt. Pulag
Anna's favorite mountains are Mt. Pulag which was her dream climb (which came true May of 2012 during her induction climb) and  Mt. Pico de Loro because of its beautiful 360 degree view from its summit and the unique experience in conquering Toreng Bato.

BP Anna in Mt. Pico de Loro

Perhaps one of the most active and friendly members of the group is Anna. Known to have a lot of stories and tales, she easily became assigned to mingle with the guests during climbs. She loves discovering new things, listening to music and to know that she has achieved something. She loves outdoor activities and always sees to it that she maintains a balanced life. She was introduced to BP because of Pioneer DeePee. According to her, The BACKPACKERS quenches her adventurous side. She loves the fact that she can relate to the adventurous spirit of each and every member of BP. Most importantly, people who care. And for her, care is very essential  when you are in a group. And also, did I mention that she speaks Spanish? Bamos Anna, Vamos!

Anna's first climb with BP was at Mt. Pico de Loro
At the summit of Mt. Manabu
Mt. Gulugod Baboy
Mt. Talamitam summit and the sea of clouds
BP Anna in Mt. Banoi
Approaching sea of clouds, taken at Mt. Pulag
A colorful Mt. Sto Tomas
One with the soldiers at Mt. Cabuyao
BP Anna in Mt. Humarap
Standing tall and proud in Mt. Ugu
Anna atop Mt. Pinagbanderahan in Quezon Province
Posing on top of Mt. Manalmon
Celebrating her birthday on top of Mt. Damas

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