Mt. Apo is known as the “Grandfather of Philippine Mountains.” Mt. Apo, standing tall with a height of 2,956 meters above sea level, is the highest mountain in the Philippines. Every adventure tourist, hiker, or mountaineer should consider Mt. Apo as a must see and experience. This mountain features a wide range of landscapes, virgin forests, crags, rivers, lakes, mossy swamps, volcanic structures, and crater of sulphuric deposits. Also, it is rich in abundant flora, fauna, and rocks. Climbing the summit should not be taken lightly. The adventure from climbing the summit and going back usually takes around 4 days. You may even get a close encounter with one of the most endangered species in the Philippines, the Philippine Eagle, if you are lucky enough.