Camp John Hay in Baguio City, Philippines is known for its golf course, classy hotels, good restaurants, parks, and cool pine breeze. It is a place for tourists to escape the busy streets of Baguio’s central business district. If you are looking for good food, coffee, fun, and relaxation, it is a perfect place for you.
But let me tell you, Camp John Hay is more than that. If you are looking for an underrated and unique adventure in Baguio City, I would definitely recommend that you take a walk along the yellow trail. This is a trail that will lead you to a new dimension and a different face of Baguio. It will give you a sense of feeling that you are in a different place far away from the chaotic and busy life in the city and still breathing the same cool air of Baguio.
The whole trail is flat to slightly steep with the footpath covered with dried pine needles. It features Benguet pine trees, wild flowers, wild birds, and the rolling mountains of the nearby Itogon, Benguet as you walk through it.
During my visit, I got lucky to witness the mountains with this color. The mountain mists probably gave way for the sky to reflect its blue color over the mountains.
It is a hidden treasure open for people who can see beyond borders.
Witnessing this picturesque view is a proof that the best things in life are free. Get up, take a walk, and look around.