Riding Mt Sedir Abra's Road for BikersAbra - Ilocos Norte Road
Get your motor running, Head out on the Highway,
Looking for Adventure, And whatever comes our way …………..
As well as being a challenge for both cyclists and motorbikers, what makes this road exciting are the many things to see along the way.
Sevilleja’s Dragon Fruit Farm
Sevilleja’s farm also makes its own Dragon Fruit wine on site which you can buy for yourself or a pasalubong to take home.
Need a new shopping basket?
There is one household in Nagaparan that weaves Rattan, a forest vine, into sturdy shopping baskets. Support local artisans by buying one (or more) which will help you ditch plastic bags and also help the environment.
To buy one of the Rattan baskets ask for the house of Mr. Alfredo Cuestra.
Sagao Viewpoint is also the jumpoff point for the hike to the summit of Mt Rukab (404masl)
The Century Old Tree – Giant Dao
The tree, believed to be a Giant Dao, is around 30 metres tall and has a base diameter of around 14 metres.
Once again, just to remind you, when in nature “Leave No Trace”
From Kilometre Post 446+700 there is also a trail leading to the summit of Mt Sedir (1050masl) for those who would like to reach the highest point in Danglas.
Abra – Ilocos Norte Border
Bikers and cyclists – the ascent and descent of Mt Sedir from Danglas is fun and full of thrills when you take the bends and sharp curves. Be extra careful though, as DPWH has not yet cleared and made safe the road from obstacles like heaps of dirt, loose stones and rocks. There are also a couple of places where the concrete just finishes or two lanes suddenly become one. Hopefully soon they will clean it and make the road safe before someone is seriously injured.
Enjoy the excitement of the ride, the attractions and extraordinary views that Mt Sedir has and stay safe whilst riding the route.