UPDATE 2017:The Querocep Bridge along the Marifanta Highway was damaged by a landslide in December 2015 and is currently being reconstructed. As of November 2017, there’s a makeshift wooden bridge that is only passable to bicycles and motorcycles for P25/motorcycle.
Take note that the area going up after the bridge is very steep and is all loose soil which can be dangerous for riders especially if it rains. The area is still not passable for cars and other heavier vehicles. The alternate route to get to Infanta is to pass through Real and Famy. Continue reading →
Jariel’s Peak in Infanta, Quezon is a popular weekend spot for motorcycle riders based in Manila. It has everything that makes a for a great half-day trip – enough distance to make the ride feel “not bitin,” twisty mountain roads, and cool climate and scenery that transports you visually to Baguio or Sagada. In fact, the place is located in a sitio called Little Baguio. Plus, it’s off the grid, if you like that kind of thing. No electricity or phone signal here, folks. You’ll have to wait to post on Instagram or Facebook once you get home