Another route for adventurers? Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente “Bambi” Emano recently led the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony of the completion of the Construction of Missing Gaps along the Malaybalay City – Gingoog City Road held at Sitio Kalhaan, Barangay Minalwang in Claveria town as a sidelight of the launching of the Municipal Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (MTF-ELCAC) and One DA’s Adopt a Community programs in the area.

This National Road starts in Gingoog City and follows the mountainous route via Tiklas Falls to Minalwang area then towards Kalabugao Proper. From Kalabugao, the route takes travelers along the Cabanglasan-Kalabugao Road then turn west towards Silae then straight to Can-ayan in Malaybalay City. View map below.


Accordingly, although the road is already passable, several sections are still not paved. Last February, the DPWH announced the completion of four bridges along the route. Read our post below.

photo by Bing Bing
photo by Fundador Binahon
photo by Bing Bing
photo by Recthie Tolinero

The event was also attended by Claveria Municipal Mayor Meraluna Abrogar who is Chairperson of the MTF-ELCAC, Gingoog City Vice Mayor Peter Unabia, members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, several Datus and Baes of the local indigenous Higaonon tribe and local barangay officials.

photo by Gingoog City Information Office
photo by MisOr Provincial Info Office

Also present were representatives from various government agencies such as Philippine Information Agency (PIA); Department of Agriculture (DA-10); DSWD-10; TESDA-10; DILG-10; 58th IB of the Philippine Army; 4th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army; 403rd Brigade; 402nd Brigade; NEDA-10; PCA-10; DPWH-10, NCIP-Misamis Oriental and project contractors.

photo by Gingoog City Information Office
photo by Loi Loida
photo by MisOr Provincial Info Office
photo by Fundador Binahon

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