|The beautiful Mt. Malindang|
|Mt. Malindang as viewed from Ozamiz|
|The range as viewed from Tubod, Lanao del Norte|
|Mt. Malindang as viewed from Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte|
|Satellite view of Misamis Occidental with Mt. Malindang in greener shade|
|Mt. Malindang and the surrounding landscapes|
-Asian Palm Civet Cat (locally known as Milo)
-Water Monitor Lizard (locally known as Halu)
-Flying Lemur (locally known as Kagwang)
-Wild Boar (locally known as Baboy Sulop)
Rumors still exist about the sightings of a giant species of monkeys deep in the jungle. Philippine Eagles is also a visible feature roaming in the low areas of Brgy. Guimad and Brgy. Hoyohoy.
|The mountain as seen from the barge|
|Mountaineers over the protected zone of Mt. Malindang|
|Sunrise over Brgy. Hoyohoy with Mt. Torong Torong far right|
|Guimad - one of the ridges of the mountain range|
|A chapel at the foothills of Mt. Malindang|
|Hoyohoy zip-line platforms|
|Sunset over Mt. Malindang Range as viewed from Iligan City|
|Mt. Malindang Range as viewed from one of the peaks of Bukidnon|
Mount Malindang Range is one of the exquisite gifts of the Misamisnon and the Philippines as a country. It is comparable to a glittering jewel; it must be preserved and cared for in its original grandeur.
Ozamiz City is the preeminent entry point and can be reached by flights from various cities of the Philippines, mainly via Manila and Cebu or by bus from Pagadian City and Cagayan de Oro via Iligan City. Also ferries from Cebu have a regular trip, usually 3-6 trips a week.