The Noslek canopy walk in Claveria is approx 31 km or 1 hour 45 min from Cagayan de Oro. Taking you along breathtaking views of the CDO city.
The Noslec canopy walks. Built under the Department of Tourism’s Eco -Tourism Program in December 1997. It’s the longest and most difficult canopy walk.
Built by the DOME or De Oro Mountain Explorers, which continues to maintain it. Keeping to an “all environmental” policy. No nails used to construct it. The design based on how much trees it could carry without getting fatigued and stressed.
With five platforms and built approx 100 to 120 feet tall. To get from one to another you have to walk on hanging bridges. Made out of steel cables and those two-inch stepping bars. Even if you are double harnessed to a safety cable overhead, the first moments are terrifying. The bridge sways with the wind and shifts with your every movement. When you get to the next platform, you will likely fight the urge to hug the tree and hang on for dear life. It was a great experience
The design based on the first canopy walk built in nearby Bukidnon by John Kelson. A Canadian representative of Conservation International. Went to the Philippines to study its indigenous birds. In tribute to the man who brought the idea to the country. Calling it the Noslek Canopy Walk.
Great place a must see plenty of photos to take. Wonderful sceneries during the trek up to Claveria. We have plenty of hidden gems around Claveria waiting to come to life.