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Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: weekendhaven.com

The climactic 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo destroyed the volcano’s original summit. In its place is a 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) diameter caldera, the center of which is offset 1 kilometer northward from the pre-eruption summit. It was created from the collapse of the volcano’s summit on June 15, during the period of abundant large earthquakes in response to withdrawal of a large volume of magma from the reservoir beneath the volcano. By early September 1991, a shallow lake formed. The high precipitation rate of the area led to a rapid transition from a small and hot acid lake to a large lake with near-ambient temperature and pH.

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: whatsnewph.com

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: philippinebeaches.net

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: judoairlines.blogspot.com

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: facebook.com

 

The lake is described as “a wide jewel of blue and green” and is now a popular bush walking destination, mostly frequented by mountaineers and adventure-seekers. Until a few years ago, a trip to the summit involved either days of hiking or hours of 4-wheel vehicle travel followed by a 2-hour hard hike. Eventually, a trail called the Skyway was made that allows 4 wheel drive vehicles a shorter route to a drop off point to trek to the crater. The skyway shortened the route to a 1.4-hour ride and a 45-minute to an hour’s trek. The best time to visit the lake is during the dry season, from November to May.

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: pinoymountaineer.com

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: rheyzer.multiply.com

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: annalyn.net

 

Pampanga Lake PinatuboPhoto from: rizalenio.blogspot.com

 

 

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