Authorities have confirmed the reported illegal cutting of trees at Mt. Agad-agad in Barangay Pugaan, Iligan City. The trees affected were part of the reforestation project by the Rotary Club of Metro Iligan. Video and photos below by Councilor Jake Balanay as posted by Manny Cabido.

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A popular trekking and camping site, Mt. Agad-agad is the highest point in Iligan City with an elevation of 1,600 feet. At the peak, you can see Mt. Malindang and Mt. Inayawan.

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photo by http://trekkertrail.blogspot.com

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