The Walkway in the Old Volcano is a hike through the jungle and along a pathway that leads past the different Stations of the Cross that depict the crucifixion. This walk was constructed to memorialise the people lost when the volcano exploded, and it even leads eventually to Mount Vulcan, which was formed out of the ensuing eruption. It's not a particularly difficult walk, however, it can be very hot and humid.
Said to be a volcano but not very high. This trail can reach the top. Devout Catholics have placed 15 crucifixion statues on both sides of the road, telling many religious stories. The mountain is not very steep, and it is not very difficult to climb. It takes more than an hour, and it is best to go in the evening to watch the sunset.
A path in some ages, people in the past were really good
Only halfway through the walk and turn around, the road above is more difficult.
If you haven’t climbed the mountain on the islands of the Philippines, you can try it. The round trip takes about an hour to an hour and a half, and the climb is about 200 meters. There are 18 statues along the way, telling the story of the crucifixion of Jesus. Viewing platform, if you like outdoor hiking and mountain climbing, you can try. Tickets are surprisingly cheap and can even be ignored. Right there, Camiguin’s iconic attraction, the cemetery cross, sank in the sea.
In fact, it is to climb a small mountain and then go back the same way.