LABNEY TRAILS

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TINABOY WATER CAMP

TARLAC SUPER LOOP

LAWIN WATER CAMP

TINABOY WATER CAMP

The Tinaboy River’s name originated from the folk story about two star-crossed lovers named Tina and Boy, who frequented a small cliff until their tragic deaths along this river.

From the community of Labney, a 45-minute hike is all you need to reach the Tinaboy Water Camp. Passing on some rolling hills and dried up riverbeds before reaching the final river junction, you can expect a beach-like shore when you arrive on the site.

TARLAC SUPER LOOP

For those who are into thru-hiking, the 6-day highly extreme Tarlac Super Loop is the perfect trails for you. It has an entry point in Barangay Labney in Mayantoc, and passes along 4 mountain peaks in 3 different areas of jurisdiction – Mt. Kinaulaman in Mayantoc, Mt. Tapulao and the Sawtooth Mountains in Zambales, and in San Jose, Mt. Binmaribar, the highest peak in Tarlac.

As you go from day to day along this challenge, you will be treated to a variety of never before seen and explored flora and fauna in the border of the Tarlac and Zambales backdoors. If you’re physically and mentally ready, then have a go on this trail.

LAWIN WATER CAMP

If you believe that farther is better, then you should go and explore the Lawin Water Camp.

Two hours away by foot from Barangay Labney, Lawin has the appeal of a white sand beach and the atmosphere of a mountain’s peak. With a wider campsite to laze around in and clear waters to sink your feet into, the travel to Lawin is all well worth it.