Abra's natural environment has engineered this incredible masterpiece right before my mind could ever imagine a waterfall that may look as grand as this. I found out that nature could surpass human creativity and imagination.
The Road and Trail to Kaparkan Falls During Rainy Days
From the starting point of the trek, reaching Kaparkan falls requires about thirty minutes of downhill trek. Thirty minutes could be longer if it's raining like in our case. A certain point of the foot trail is a magnificent view of the mountains of Abra with the Tineg River running in between them.
The Kaparkan Falls (aka Kaparcan Falls, Mulawin Falls)
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- Do not vandalize the rocks and tree trunks.
- Do not cut or break the branches or stems of the trees and shrubs.
- Do not leave your trash here. Bring them back home! Please. Respect the place. Tineg is an ancestral domain of the Adasen tribe so we, outsiders, have no right to leave a mess in their beautiful land. I was saddened when I saw a growing mound of garbage near the falls. Garbage should not be brought to the forest. Bring them back home.
- Do not scrape the rocks. It took nature thousands of years to mold the mineral rock layers so don't you ever dare destroy it in a matter of seconds.
- Do not take a bath using shampoos and soaps. The chemicals of these products could affect the delicate natural balance of nature here.
- Do not take anything, only photos.
- From Bangued, take the Abra-Kalinga Road until you reach the Talogtog junction in Dolores.
- From the Talogtog junction, take the road going to Dolores poblacion.
- From Dolores poblacion, drive straight ahead to San Juan poblacion.
- From San Juan poblacion, just follow the San Juan-Tineg road. Take note that there are no road signs along the way. The last concrete road is in San Juan.
- Take the rough road to Tineg. When you reach a fork, you will see a sign like the photo below. If you'll see that sign, use the left road.
If you will use GPS to spot your location, your device may not work if it requires mobile data or internet.
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► FOOTNOTES, DISCLAIMERS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ETC
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