List of mountains in the Philippines

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The following is a 'partial list of mountains in the Philippines. Several of these are volcanoes, formed by subducting tectonic plates surrounding the archipelago.[1]

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Terrain of the Philippines

This list contains most of the highest mountains in the country. It is limited to mountain peaks with, if known, an elevation of at least 200 metres (660 feet) above sea level, and may include those considered as hills. The distinction between a hill and a mountain in terms of elevation is unclear and largely subjective, but a hill is universally considered to be less tall and less steep than a mountain.[2]

  • Name: mountains are sorted according to only names (without the "Mount" prefix) for easier reference in name and spelling variants. Unnamed peaks are italicized. (note: to minimize clutter, citations for names are limited only to mountains with variant names, spellings, and/or those that currently do not have elevation data)
  • Elevation: sorted in meters above sea level (note: Some mountains may contain several different elevations that may conflict with each other. Each of these are supported by their own provided sources).
  • Province(s) covered: Some mountains are situated within two or more provinces borders. "Lanao" and "Davao" entries, which were derived from the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology website, are italicized since they are no longer provinces.
  • Coordinates: sorted according to latitude. Several of these (most especially volcanoes) were provided by the PHIVOLCS website). Others were derived mostly from the OpenStreetMap (OSM) database (released under the Open Database License), and a few from GeoNames (released under the Creative Commons attribution license).
  • Notes: if a volcano, may contain the type, as classified by the PHIVOLCS.


     ultra prominent peak (with topographic prominence greater than 1,500 metres (4,900 feet))[3]
     ultra prominent peak[3] and highest in the island
     highest peak in the island (non-ultra prominent peak)

 ‡  active volcano (erupted within historical times (within the last 600 years)[1]
 †  potentially-active volcano (morphologically young-looking but with no historical records of eruption)[1]
     no data or inactive/extinct volcano (no record of eruptions; physical form is being changed by agents of weathering and erosion)[1] (check "Notes" section)
Name
(Alternate/
variant name)
Elevation
(m.a.s.l.)
Prominence
(m.a.s.l.)
Province(s)
covered
Mountain range/
volcanic belt
Coordinates Notes
Mount Abao 2,662 m
(8,734 ft),[4][5]
2,527 m[6]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°50′00″N 120°55′00″E / 16.833333°N 120.916667°E / 16.833333; 120.916667 (Mount Abao)
Mount Abunug 600 m
(2,000 ft)[7]
Southern Leyte 11°02′00″N 124°42′00″E / 11.03333°N 124.700°E / 11.03333; 124.700 (Mount Abunug)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Agad-Agad Lanao del Norte 8°10′46″N 124°17′24″E / 8.1794°N 124.2899°E / 8.1794; 124.2899 (Mount Agad-Agad) Located in Iligan City
Mount Agamomata 1,554 m
(5,098 ft)[8][4][5]
Apayao Cordillera Central 18°09′17″N 120°58′04″E / 18.1547627°N 120.9678056°E / 18.1547627; 120.9678056 (Mount Agamomata)
Mount Aganmala 1,786 m
(5,860 ft)[8][5]
Ilocos Norte[8] Cordillera Central 18°15′39″N 120°53′56″E / 18.2608883°N 120.8989487°E / 18.2608883; 120.8989487 (Mount Aganmala)
Mount Agtuuganon 1,652 m
(5,420 ft)[9][10]
Davao Oriental 7°46′53″N 126°12′21″E / 7.781389°N 126.205833°E / 7.781389; 126.205833 (Mount Agtuuganon)
Mount Aja 463 m
(1,519 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°47′57″N 121°08′00″E / 15.7991903°N 121.133297°E / 15.7991903; 121.133297 (Mount Aja)
Akir-akir Volcano 526 m
(1,726 ft)[7]
Maguindanao 7°25′16″N 124°25′27″E / 07.4211667°N 124.4241667°E / 07.4211667; 124.4241667 (Akir-akir Volcano)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Alal[11] 2,663 m
(8,737 ft)[11]
Benguet Cordillera Central[11]
Mount Alanib[12] 2,626 m
(8,615 ft)[12]
Bukidnon 8°08′09″N 124°55′45″E / 8.135833°N 124.929167°E / 8.135833; 124.929167 (Mount Alanib)
Mount Alchan[13] 2,617 m
(8,586 ft)[13]
Kalinga Cordillera Central 17°15′05″N 120°58′05″E / 17.251389°N 120.968056°E / 17.251389; 120.968056 (Mount Alchan)
Alto Peak 2,340 m
(7,680 ft)[14][15]
Leyte[14][15] 11°06′17″N 124°44′30″E / 11.1045918°N 124.7416795°E / 11.1045918; 124.7416795 (Alto Peak) Highest in Leyte Island. (May refer to "Mount Amandiwing").
Mount Amanayao[16] Benguet[16] Cordillera Central
Mount 1,714 m
(5,623 ft)[8][5]
Mountain Province[8][5] Cordillera Central
Mount Amuyao
(Amayao)
[4][5]
2,701 m
(8,862 ft),[4][17]
2,702 m[5]
Mountain Province[4][5] Cordillera Central
Mount Ambalatungan 2,329 m
(7,641 ft)[7]
Kalinga 17°19′00″N 121°06′00″E / 17.3166°N 121.10°E / 17.3166; 121.10 (Mount Ambalatungan)[7] Inactive volcano.[7] (May refer to Mount Binuluan).
Mount Amicay[4] Bohol 9°46′00″N 124°16′00″E / 9.766667°N 124.266667°E / 9.766667; 124.266667 (Mount Amicay)
Mount Amorong 376 m
(1,234 ft)[7][18]
Pangasinan 15°50′16″N 120°48′23″E / 15.837778°N 120.806389°E / 15.837778; 120.806389 (Mount Amorong) Inactive volcano[7] (lava dome)[18]
Mount Ampalauag 1,714 m
(5,623 ft)[4]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 17°01′43″N 121°17′56″E / 17.028611°N 121.298889°E / 17.028611; 121.298889 (Mount Ampalauag)
Mount Ampaoid 1,066 m
(3,497 ft)[7]
Zamboanga del Norte[7] 7°55′00″N 125°40′40″E / 07.9166°N 125.6778°E / 07.9166; 125.6778 (Mount Ampaoid)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Ampiro 1,532 m
(5,026 ft),[7]
1,556 m[4]
Misamis Occidental 8°22′45″N 123°37′17″E / 8.3793°N 123.6215°E / 8.3793; 123.6215 (Mount Ampiro) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Anacuao 1,852 m
(6,076 ft),[4]
1,853 m[5]
Aurora,[4] Quezon[5] Sierra Madre 16°15′14″N 121°53′22″E / 16.253889°N 121.889444°E / 16.253889; 121.889444 (Mount Anacuao)
Angelo Mountains[19][5] 1,316 m
(4,318 ft)[19][5]
Laguna[19][5] 14°49′56″N 121°22′07″E / 14.8322°N 121.3686°E / 14.8322; 121.3686 (Angelo Mountains)
Mount Annaguan 1,400 m
(4,600 ft)
1,400 m
(4,600 ft)
Cagayan 17°51′50″N 121°20′40″E / 17.86389°N 121.34444°E / 17.86389; 121.34444 (Mount Annaguan) Located in Rizal, Cagayan
Mount Apanderang[20] Benguet[20] Cordillera Central
Mount Apo 2,954 m
(9,692 ft),[14][3]
2,938 m[21][22]
2,954 m
(9,692 ft)[3][10][23]
Davao del Sur 6°59′16″N 125°16′10″E / 6.9877737°N 125.2694688°E / 6.9877737; 125.2694688 (Mount Apo) Highest mountain in Mindanao and the Philippines' highest peak.
Potentially active stratovolcano.[22]
Mount Aquiting 523 m
(1,716 ft)[7]
Leyte 10°51′58″N 124°51′00″E / 10.866°N 124.850°E / 10.866; 124.850 (Mount Aquiting)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Arayat 1,026 m
(3,366 ft),[4]
1,030 m[19][5]
Pampanga[19] None (solitary peak) 15°12′19″N 120°44′34″E / 15.2051885°N 120.7427214°E / 15.2051885; 120.7427214 (Mount Arayat)
Mount Ascuero 1,266 m
(4,154 ft)[7]
Leyte 11°32′00″N 124°35′00″E / 11.5333°N 124.5833°E / 11.5333; 124.5833 (Mount Ascuero)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Atimbia
(Atimba)
[4]
654 m
(2,146 ft)[4][7]
Laguna 14°09′00″N 121°21′58″E / 14.150°N 121.366°E / 14.150; 121.366 (Mount Atimbia)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Atok 1,770 m
(5,810 ft),[4]
1,769 m[8][5]
Benguet/
Mountain Province[8]
Cordillera Central 16°34′00″N 120°41′00″E / 16.566667°N 120.683333°E / 16.566667; 120.683333 (Mount Atok)
Mount Awapanniki[4] Nueva Vizcaya 16°27′00″N 120°56′00″E / 16.45°N 120.933333°E / 16.45; 120.933333 (Mount Awapanniki)
Mount Babadak[24] 2,590 m
(8,500 ft)[24]
Benguet Cordillera Central 16°34′44″N 120°53′03″E / 16.5790°N 120.8842°E / 16.5790; 120.8842 (Mount Babadak)
Babuyan Claro Volcano
(Mount Pangasun)
1,080 m
(3,540 ft),[25]
843 m[26]
Cagayan 19°31′26″N 121°56′49″E / 19.5240185°N 121.9470059°E / 19.5240185; 121.9470059 (Babuyan Claro Volcano) Active stratovolcano, last erupted 1917[25]
Mount Baca 752 m
(2,467 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°23′38″N 121°12′21″E / 15.3938°N 121.2058°E / 15.3938; 121.2058 (Mount Baca)
Mount Bacauan 1,824 m
(5,984 ft)[7]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°35′00″N 123°15′00″E / 07.5833°N 123.250°E / 07.5833; 123.250 (Mount Bacauan)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Baco 2,489 m
(8,166 ft),[4]
2,488 m,[5][27]
2,364 m[3]
1,574 m
(5,164 ft)[3]
Occidental Mindoro 12°48′20″N 121°08′36″E / 12.805556°N 121.143333°E / 12.805556; 121.143333 (Mount Baco)
Mount Bagacay 775 m
(2,543 ft)[7]
Camarines Norte Bicol Volcanic Belt 14°13′00″N 122°49′30″E / 14.2166°N 122.825°E / 14.2166; 122.825 (Mount Bagacay)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bagsak 1,142 m
(3,747 ft)[7]
Sulu 5°53′00″N 125°33′58″E / 05.8833°N 125.566°E / 05.8833; 125.566 (Mount Bagsak)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bahaoan Agusan del Sur 8°13′18″N 125°22′19″E / 8.221667°N 125.371944°E / 8.221667; 125.371944 (Mount Bahaoan)
Mount Balait 2,200 m
(7,200 ft)[4][5]
Apayao,[4] Abra Cordillera Central 17°25′29″N 120°59′44″E / 17.424829°N 120.995546°E / 17.424829; 120.995546 (Mount Balait) Located near the Apayao-Abra border.
Mount Balikabok
(Mount Balakibok)
[4]
849 m
(2,785 ft),[7]
843 m[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 14°55′46″N 120°19′48″E / 14.929444°N 120.33°E / 14.929444; 120.33 (Mount Balakibok) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Balatubat 828 m
(2,717 ft)[7]
Batanes 18°57′00″N 121°55′59″E / 18.950°N 121.933°E / 18.950; 121.933 (Mount Balatubat)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Balatukan
(Balatucan)
[28]
2,450 m
(8,040 ft),[29]
2,560 m,[7]
2,328 m[28]
Misamis Oriental 8°46′00″N 124°59′00″E / 8.7666667°N 124.9833333°E / 8.7666667; 124.9833333 (Mount Balatukan) Inactive[7] compound volcano[29]
Mount Balik Sampan Tawi-Tawi 5°12′31″N 120°03′27″E / 5.2085°N 120.0576°E / 5.2085; 120.0576 (Mount Balik Sampan)
Mount Balingkilat
(Pointed Peak)
[4]
1,071 m
(3,514 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 14°51′20″N 120°07′41″E / 14.855556°N 120.128056°E / 14.855556; 120.128056 (Mount Balingkilat (Pointed Peak))
Mount Balintingon 838 m
(2,749 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°15′52″N 121°13′09″E / 15.264444°N 121.219167°E / 15.264444; 121.219167 (Mount Balintingon)
Balo Dome 873 m
(2,864 ft)[7]
South Cotabato 6°18′30″N 125°10′16″E / 06.30833°N 125.1710°E / 06.30833; 125.1710 (Balo Dome)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Balokon Mountain[30] Davao[30]
Mount Baloy
(Baloy‑Daku)
[15]
1,728 m
(5,669 ft),[4]
2,149 m[19][15]
Antique,
Capiz[19]
11°08′47″N 122°15′12″E / 11.1462971°N 122.2534127°E / 11.1462971; 122.2534127 (Mount Baloy)
Mount Balungao 382 m
(1,253 ft)[7]
Pangasinan 15°52′00″N 120°41′00″E / 15.8666667°N 120.6833333°E / 15.8666667; 120.6833333 (Mount Balungao)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Balut Volcano 862 m
(2,828 ft)[31][32]
Davao[32] 5°24′00″N 125°22′30″E / 5.4°N 125.375°E / 5.4; 125.375 (Balut Volcano) Potentially active stratovolcano[31][32]
Banahao de Lucban 1,875 m
(6,152 ft)[7]
Quezon, Laguna 14°04′00″N 121°30′00″E / 14.0666667°N 121.50°E / 14.0666667; 121.50 (Banahao de Lucban)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Banahaw
(Banahao)
2,177 m
(7,142 ft),[4]
2,169 m,[33]
2,158 m,[34]
2,188 m[5]
1,919 m
(6,296 ft)[3]
Laguna, Quezon 14°04′03″N 121°29′32″E / 14.0675334°N 121.4923178°E / 14.0675334; 121.4923178 (Mount Banahaw) Active complex[34] stratovolcano, last erupted 1843.[33] Located near the Laguna-Quezon border.
Mount Banay 987 m
(3,238 ft)[4]
Batangas
Mount Bangbang 1,533 m
(5,030 ft)[8][4][5]
Apayao[4] /
Mountain Province[8][5]
Cordillera Central 17°40′09″N 121°15′12″E / 17.669167°N 121.253333°E / 17.669167; 121.253333 (Mount Bangbang)
Mount Bangbanglang 2,454 m
(8,051 ft),[4]
2,467 m,[35]
2,464 m[5]
Abra Cordillera Central 17°19′10″N 120°55′27″E / 17.3194999°N 120.9241°E / 17.3194999; 120.9241 (Mount Bangbanglang)
Mount Bangcay 406 m
(1,332 ft)[7]
Nueva Ecija[7] 15°47′00″N 120°44′00″E / 15.7833333°N 120.7333333°E / 15.7833333; 120.7333333 (Mount Bangcay)[7] Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Banti[4] Abra Cordillera Central 17°40′32″N 120°35′36″E / 17.6756°N 120.5933°E / 17.6756; 120.5933 (Mount Banti)
Mount Banton 596 m
(1,955 ft)[7]
Romblon 12°55′00″N 122°04′00″E / 12.91666667°N 122.0666667°E / 12.91666667; 122.0666667 (Mount Banton) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Baonao 485 m
(1,591 ft)[7]
Leyte 11°26′00″N 124°29′00″E / 11.43333333°N 124.4833333°E / 11.43333333; 124.4833333 (Mount Baonao) Inactive volcano[7]
Base Peak 598 m
(1,962 ft)[7]
South Cotabato 6°14′48″N 125°08′51″E / 6.246666667°N 125.1475°E / 6.246666667; 125.1475 (Mount Base Peak) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Basilan 971 m
(3,186 ft)[7]
Basilan 6°33′00″N 122°04′00″E / 6.55°N 122.0666667°E / 6.55; 122.0666667 (Mount Basilan) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bataan 1,421 m
(4,662 ft)[8][5]
Bataan[8] 14°30′38″N 120°28′33″E / 14.5104451°N 120.4758972°E / 14.5104451; 120.4758972 (Mount Bataan) Highest in the province.[5]
Mount Batelian 620 m
(2,030 ft)[7]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°29′00″N 123°11′00″E / 7.483333333°N 123.1833333°E / 7.483333333; 123.1833333 (Mount Batelian) Inactive volcano[7]
Batorampon Point 1,335 m
(4,380 ft)
7°4′25.0″N 122°01′23.3″E / 7.073611°N 122.023139°E / 7.073611; 122.023139 (Batorampon Point) Highest mountain in Zamboanga City.
Mount Batulao 692 m
(2,270 ft),[7]
693 m[4]
Batangas,[7] Cavite[7] 14°02′24″N 120°48′09″E / 14.0399434°N 120.8023782°E / 14.0399434; 120.8023782 (Mount Batulao) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Baya 1,379 m
(4,524 ft)[7]
Lanao del Sur 7°47′14″N 124°05′44″E / 7.787166667°N 124.0955°E / 7.787166667; 124.0955 (Mount Baya) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bayabas 433 m
(1,421 ft)[4]
Camarines Norte 14°01′34″N 122°45′16″E / 14.026111°N 122.754444°E / 14.026111; 122.754444 (Mount Bayabas)
Mount Bayaguitos 316 m
(1,037 ft)[7]
Laguna 14°10′00″N 121°24′00″E / 14.16666667°N 121.4°E / 14.16666667; 121.4 (Mount Bayaguitos) Inactive volcano[7]
Bee Hive Peak[7] 808 m
(2,651 ft)
South Cotabato 6°09′16″N 125°23′30″E / 6.154333333°N 125.3916667°E / 6.154333333; 125.3916667 (Mount Bee Hive Peak) Inactive volcano[7]
Bigain Hill 464 m
(1,522 ft)[7]
Batangas 13°54′N 121°03′E / 13.9°N 121.05°E / 13.9; 121.05 (Mount Bigain Hill) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bigong 770 m
(2,530 ft)[7]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°51′15″N 123°17′00″E / 7.854166667°N 123.2833333°E / 7.854166667; 123.2833333 (Mount Bigong) Inactive volcano[7]
Biliran Volcano 1,340 m
(4,400 ft),[36]
1,301 m[37]
Biliran 11°31′23″N 124°32′06″E / 11.523°N 124.535°E / 11.523; 124.535 (Biliran Volcano) Volcano island, cone (active; last erupted 1939 Sept. 26)[36]
Mount Binaca 1,004 m
(3,294 ft)[7]
Cotabato 6°57′00″N 124°01′00″E / 6.95°N 124.0166667°E / 6.95; 124.0166667 (Mount Binaca) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Binangonan 1,091 m
(3,579 ft)[4]
Quezon Sierra Madre 14°38′00″N 121°33′00″E / 14.633333°N 121.55°E / 14.633333; 121.55 (Mount Binangonan)
Mount Binhagan 1,172 m
(3,845 ft)[4]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°48′39″N 121°11′14″E / 16.810833°N 121.187222°E / 16.810833; 121.187222 (Mount Binhagan)
Mount Binmaca 1,787 m
(5,863 ft)[8][4][5]
Ilocos Sur, Mountain Province,[8] Benguet[4] Cordillera Central 16°40′48″N 120°36′05″E / 16.68°N 120.601389°E / 16.68; 120.601389 (Mount Binmaca) Located near the Ilocos Sur-Benguet border.
Mount Bintuod 1,935 m
(6,348 ft)
Nueva Vizcaya 17°18′22.4″N 121°5′38.6″E / 17.306222°N 121.094056°E / 17.306222; 121.094056 (Mount Bintuod)
Mount Binuluan 2,329 m
(7,641 ft),[7]
2,328 m,[38]
2,292 m[4][5]
Kalinga Cordillera Central 17°18′23″N 121°05′38″E / 17.306389°N 121.093889°E / 17.306389; 121.093889 (Mount Binuluan) Inactive volcano.[7] (May refer to "Mount Ambalatungan").
Mount Bitanjuan 1,183 m
(3,881 ft)[14][15]
Southern Leyte 10°21′53″N 125°04′22″E / 10.364722°N 125.072778°E / 10.364722; 125.072778 (Mount Bitanjuan)
Mount Bitaogon 501 m
(1,644 ft)[19]
Romblon
Mount Bitinan 215 m
(705 ft)[7]
Sulu 6°04′00″N 121°26′30″E / 6.066666667°N 121.4416667°E / 6.066666667; 121.4416667 (Mount Bitinan) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bito 1,058 m
(3,471 ft)[7]
Cotabato 7°30′00″N 124°17′00″E / 7.5°N 124.2833333°E / 7.5; 124.2833333 (Mount Bito) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Blik 1,198 m
(3,930 ft)[7]
Cotabato 6°57′30″N 124°13′00″E / 6.958333333°N 124.2166667°E / 6.958333333; 124.2166667 (Mount Blik) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Boctong 271 m
(889 ft)[7]
Palawan 11°09′30″N 120°58′00″E / 11.15833333°N 120.9666667°E / 11.15833333; 120.9666667 (Mount Boctong) Inactive volcano[7]
Mount Bolokbok 457 m
(1,499 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°50′05″N 121°04′02″E / 15.834722°N 121.067222°E / 15.834722; 121.067222 (Mount Bolokbok)
Mount Bonbon 247 m
(810 ft)[39]
Palawan 10°54′00″N 121°04′00″E / 10.9°N 121.0666667°E / 10.9; 121.0666667 (Mount Bonbon) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Borogyod 378 m
(1,240 ft)[4]
Aurora Sierra Madre 16°19′47″N 122°10′28″E / 16.329722°N 122.174444°E / 16.329722; 122.174444 (Mount Borogyod)
Mount Bosa 2,083 m
(6,834 ft)[39]
South Cotabato 6°05′53″N 124°42′27″E / 6.098°N 124.7075°E / 6.098; 124.7075 (Mount Bosa) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Buagan 1,771 m
(5,810 ft)[8][5]
Abra/
Mountain Province[8][5]
Cordillera Central 17°30′54″N 121°02′09″E / 17.515°N 121.0356998°E / 17.515; 121.0356998 (Mount Buagan)
Bubongna Mountain[40] Benguet[40] Cordillera Central
Mount Buboy 215 m
(705 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°06′00″N 121°14′30″E / 14.1°N 121.2416667°E / 14.1; 121.2416667 (Mount Mt. Buboy)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Bucas 450 m
(1,480 ft)[39]
Lanao del Norte 8°05′03″N 123°51′40″E / 8.084166667°N 123.861°E / 8.084166667; 123.861 (Mount Bucas) Inactive volcano[39]
Bud Dajo 620 m
(2,030 ft),[42]
811 m[43]
Sulu 6°0′48″N 121°03′24″E / 6.01333°N 121.05667°E / 6.01333; 121.05667 (Bud Dajo) Cinder cone volcano (active; last erupted 1897)[42]
Mount Buga 549 m
(1,801 ft)[39]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°36′00″N 123°16′00″E / 7.6°N 123.2666667°E / 7.6; 123.2666667 (Mount Buga) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Bulalo 525 m
(1,722 ft),[39]
624 m[4]
Laguna 14°06′04″N 121°13′34″E / 14.1011578°N 121.2260463°E / 14.1011578; 121.2260463 (Mount Bulalo) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Bulan 329 m
(1,079 ft)[39]
Sulu 6°08′00″N 121°50′00″E / 6.133333333°N 121.8333333°E / 6.133333333; 121.8333333 (Mount Bulan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Bulbul[4] Benguet Cordillera Central 16°42′N 120°51′E / 16.7°N 120.85°E / 16.7; 120.85 (Mount Bulbul)
Mount Bulibu 565 m
(1,854 ft)[39]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°42′15″N 123°10′30″E / 7.704166667°N 123.175°E / 7.704166667; 123.175 (Mount Bulibu) Inactive volcano[39]
Bulusan Volcano
(Mount Bulusan)
1,559 m
(5,115 ft),[4][44]
1,565 m,[3][45]
1,560 m[8][5]
1,547 m
(5,075 ft)[3]
Sorsogon[8] Bicol Volcanic Belt 12°46′09″N 124°03′23″E / 12.7690618°N 124.0565126°E / 12.7690618; 124.0565126 (Mount Bulusan) stratovolcano formed inside a caldera (active; last erupted 2010 Nov.-2011 Feb.)[44]
Highest in Sorsogon province.[5]
Bunsulan Hills 360 m
(1,180 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°02′00″N 121°14′30″E / 14.03333333°N 121.2416667°E / 14.03333333; 121.2416667 (Mount Bunsulan Hills) Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Burburungan 963 m
(3,159 ft)[4]
Occidental Mindoro 13°22′58″N 120°46′09″E / 13.3827955°N 120.7692634°E / 13.3827955; 120.7692634 (Mount Burburungan)
Mount Burnay 2,115 m
(6,939 ft)[4][5]
Ilocos Norte/Abra[5] Cordillera Central
Mount Busa 2,030 m
(6,660 ft),[3]
2,083 m[14][10]
1,661 m
(5,449 ft)[3]
Sarangani,
South Cotabato[14][10]
6°07′07″N 124°41′00″E / 6.118611°N 124.683333°E / 6.118611; 124.683333 (Mount Busa)
Mount Butay 679 m
(2,228 ft)[39]
Camiguin 9°07′00″N 124°46′00″E / 9.116666667°N 124.7666667°E / 9.116666667; 124.7666667 (Mount Butay) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Butung 684 m
(2,244 ft)[39]
Bukidnon 7°45′00″N 125°05′00″E / 7.75°N 125.0833333°E / 7.75; 125.0833333 (Mount Butung) Inactive volcano[39]
Cabalian Volcano 945 m
(3,100 ft)[46]
Southern Leyte 10°17′13″N 125°13′25″E / 10.286999°N 125.2236111°E / 10.286999; 125.2236111 (Cabalian Volcano)[46] Potentially active stratovolcano[46]
Mount Cabaluyan 284 m
(932 ft)[39]
Pangasinan 15°42′00″N 120°20′00″E / 15.7°N 120.3333333°E / 15.7; 120.3333333 (Mount Cabaluyan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Cabugao 812 m
(2,664 ft)[39]
Cotabato/Lanao 7°32′30″N 124°14′00″E / 7.541666667°N 124.2333333°E / 7.541666667; 124.2333333 (Mount Cabugao) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Caburauan 473 m
(1,552 ft)[4]
Albay 13°04′00″N 123°20′00″E / 13.066667°N 123.333333°E / 13.066667; 123.333333 (Mount Caburauan)
Mount Cabuyao
(Kabuyao)
over 2,000 m Benguet Cordillera Central 16°21′34″N 120°33′53″E / 16.3595146°N 120.5648066°E / 16.3595146; 120.5648066 (Mount Kabuyao)
Mount Cadig 690 m
(2,260 ft)[4]
Quezon,
Camarines Norte[4]
14°09′05″N 122°26′39″E / 14.151389°N 122.444167°E / 14.151389; 122.444167 (Mount Cadig) Located near the Quezon-Camarines Norte border.
Cagua Volcano 1,160 m
(3,810 ft),[47]
1,100 m,[4]
1,133 m,[48]
1,158 m[19][5]
Cagayan[19] Sierra Madre 18°13′18″N 122°06′54″E / 18.2216667°N 122.1150563°E / 18.2216667; 122.1150563 (Cagua Volcano) stratovolcano (active; last erupted 1907)[47]
Mount Cahelietan 280 m
(920 ft)[39]
Pangasinan 15°42′00″N 120°19′00″E / 15.7°N 120.3166667°E / 15.7; 120.3166667 (Mount Cahelietan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Calabugao 1,864 m
(6,115 ft)[39]
Bukidnon 8°34′00″N 125°07′00″E / 8.566666667°N 125.1166667°E / 8.566666667; 125.1166667 (Mount Calabugao) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Caladang
(Calandang)
[8]
1,465 m
(4,806 ft),[4]
1,468 m[8][5]
Quezon,[4] Laguna,[8][5] Rizal[8][5] Sierra Madre 14°49′00″N 121°21′00″E / 14.816667°N 121.35°E / 14.816667; 121.35 (Mount Caladang)
Mount Calavite 1,521 m
(4,990 ft),[4]
1,522 m[8][5]
1,462 m
(4,797 ft)[3]
Occidental Mindoro[8] 13°28′40″N 120°24′06″E / 13.477778°N 120.401667°E / 13.477778; 120.401667 (Mount Calavite) Highest in Occidental Mindoro province.[5]
Mount Candalaga 2,402 m
(7,881 ft)[14][10]
Davao del Norte[14][10]
Mount Clawit[49] 2,713 m
(8,901 ft)[49]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°57′39″N 120°58′14″E / 16.960833°N 120.970556°E / 16.960833; 120.970556 (Mount Clawit)
Mount Calayan 499 m
(1,637 ft)[39]
Cagayan 19°19′00″N 121°28′00″E / 19.31666667°N 121.4666667°E / 19.31666667; 121.4666667 (Mount Calayan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Calibugon 1,442 m
(4,731 ft)[8][5]
Palawan[8] 8°59′05″N 117°51′50″E / 8.984722°N 117.863889°E / 8.984722; 117.863889 (Mount Calibugon)
Calinigan Mountains 904 m
(2,966 ft)[4]
Camarines Sur 13°45′57″N 123°40′24″E / 13.7659°N 123.6732°E / 13.7659; 123.6732 (Calinigan Mountains)
Mount Calomutan 631 m
(2,070 ft)[4]
Sorsogon 12°36′09″N 123°59′22″E / 12.6025°N 123.989444°E / 12.6025; 123.989444 (Mount Calomutan)
Mount Camalobagoan 1,048 m
(3,438 ft)[39]
Leyte 11°37′00″N 124°37′00″E / 11.61666667°N 124.6166667°E / 11.61666667; 124.6166667 (Mount Camalobagoan) Inactive volcano[39]
Camiguin de Babuyanes 712 m
(2,336 ft)[50]
Cagayan 18°50′00″N 121°51′36″E / 18.83333°N 121.86°E / 18.83333; 121.86 (<Camiguin de Babuyanes)[50] stratovolcano (active; last erupted 1857)[50]
Mount Camingingel 2,283 m
(7,490 ft),[4]
2,364 m[51]
Ilocos Sur, Abra,
Mountain Province[4]
Cordillera Central 17°11′07″N 120°52′08″E / 17.185278°N 120.868889°E / 17.185278; 120.868889 (Mount Camingingel) Located near the Ilocos Sur-Abra-Mountain Province tripoint
Mount Campana 676 m
(2,218 ft)[39]
Camiguin 9°12′30″N 124°42′30″E / 9.208333333°N 124.7083333°E / 9.208333333; 124.7083333 (Mount Campana) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Canandag 432 m
(1,417 ft)[39]
Leyte 11°58′00″N 124°25′00″E / 11.96666667°N 124.4166667°E / 11.96666667; 124.4166667 (Mount Canandag) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Cancanajag 900 m
(3,000 ft)[52]
Leyte 11°01′14″N 124°47′10″E / 11.0206°N 124.7861°E / 11.0206; 124.7861 (Mount Cancanajag) Potentially active stratovolcano[52]
Mount Caniapasan[15] 594 m
(1,949 ft)[14][15]
Iloilo[14][15] 11°06′00″N 122°45′59″E / 11.1°N 122.766389°E / 11.1; 122.766389 (Mount Caniapasan)
Mount Cantoloc 819 m
(2,687 ft)[39]
Leyte 10°18′00″N 125°13′00″E / 10.3°N 125.2166667°E / 10.3; 125.2166667 (Mount Cantoloc) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Capinyayan 980 m
(3,220 ft)[39]
Biliran 11°35′00″N 124°30′00″E / 11.58333333°N 124.5°E / 11.58333333; 124.5 (Mount Capinyayan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Capotoan 850 m
(2,790 ft)[14][4][15]
Samar 12°09′10″N 124°56′06″E / 12.152778°N 124.935°E / 12.152778; 124.935 (Mount Capotoan) Highest in Samar Island.[15]
Mount Capual 312 m
(1,024 ft)[39]
Sulu 6°02′00″N 121°25′00″E / 6.033333333°N 121.4166667°E / 6.033333333; 121.4166667 (Mount Capual) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Caraycaray 437 m
(1,434 ft)[39]
Biliran 11°40′00″N 124°26′00″E / 11.66666667°N 124.4333333°E / 11.66666667; 124.4333333 (Mount Caraycaray) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Cariliao
(Cariliao Volcano)
656 m
(2,152 ft)[4][39]
Batangas 14°07′00″N 120°46′00″E / 14.1166688°N 120.7666646°E / 14.1166688; 120.7666646 (Mount Cariliao (volcano)) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Carling 800 m
(2,600 ft)[39]
Camiguin 9°13′00″N 124°40′01″E / 9.216666667°N 124.6668333°E / 9.216666667; 124.6668333 (Mount Carling) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Carranglan 633 m
(2,077 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°56′00″N 121°02′00″E / 15.933333°N 121.033333°E / 15.933333; 121.033333 (Mount Carranglan)
Mount Casiama 1,539 m
(5,049 ft)[4]
Ilocos Norte Cordillera Central 18°08′35″N 120°56′56″E / 18.1431799°N 120.9488565°E / 18.1431799; 120.9488565 (Mount Casiama)
Mount Catala 606 m
(1,988 ft),[4]
585 m[19]
Marinduque[19] 13°19′17″N 121°53′29″E / 13.321389°N 121.891389°E / 13.321389; 121.891389 (Mount Catala)
Mount Cataluan 1,315 m
(4,314 ft)[4]
Apayao Cordillera Central 18°26′11″N 121°00′17″E / 18.4364153°N 121.0046899°E / 18.4364153; 121.0046899 (Mount Cataluan)
Mount Catmon 1,624 m
(5,328 ft),[39]
624 m[4]
Lanao del Norte 8°10′51″N 124°06′55″E / 8.1807586°N 124.1153812°E / 8.1807586; 124.1153812 (Mount Catmon) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Caual 2,105 m
(6,906 ft)[4][5]
Benguet,[4]
Nueva Vizcaya[5]
Cordillera Central 16°27′00″N 120°53′00″E / 16.45°N 120.883333°E / 16.45; 120.883333 (Mount Caual) Located near the Benguet-Nueva Vizcaya border.
Mount Cauitan 2,569 m
(8,428 ft),[4][5]
2,557 m[53]
Kalinga Cordillera Central 17°15′26″N 121°00′57″E / 17.257222°N 121.015833°E / 17.257222; 121.015833 (Mount Cauitan)
Mount Cayudungan 1,465 m
(4,806 ft)[4]
Ilocos Norte, Abra Cordillera Central 17°53′14″N 120°43′49″E / 17.887222°N 120.730278°E / 17.887222; 120.730278 (Mount Cayudungan)
Mount Cetaceo 1,833 m
(6,014 ft)[4][5]
Cagayan Sierra Madre 17°42′N 122°03′E / 17.7°N 122.05°E / 17.7; 122.05 (Mount Cetaceo)
Mount Chumanchil 2,029 m
(6,657 ft)[4][5]
Kalinga Cordillera Central 17°14′38″N 121°03′48″E / 17.243889°N 121.063333°E / 17.243889; 121.063333 (Mount Chumanchil)
Cinco Picos 929 m
(3,048 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 14°47′27″N 120°09′45″E / 14.790872°N 120.1626011°E / 14.790872; 120.1626011 (Cinco Picos)
Cleopatra Needle 1,608 m
(5,276 ft),[3]
1,593 m[8][5]
1,582 m
(5,190 ft)[3]
Palawan[8] 10°07′26″N 118°59′43″E / 10.1240239°N 118.9952343°E / 10.1240239; 118.9952343 (Cleopatra Needle)
Mount Codiapi 413 m
(1,355 ft)[4]
Quezon 13°23′00″N 122°34′00″E / 13.383333°N 122.566667°E / 13.383333; 122.566667 (Mount Codiapi)
Mount Coloumotan 602 m
(1,975 ft)[39]
Sorsogon 12°35′00″N 123°58′00″E / 12.58333333°N 123.9666667°E / 12.58333333; 123.9666667 (Mount Coloumotan) Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Cone
(Culasi Peak)
[54]
959 m
(3,146 ft),[54]
422 m[4]
Camarines Norte 13°55′00″N 123°01′00″E / 13.91666667°N 123.0166667°E / 13.91666667; 123.0166667 (Mount Cone - Culasi Peak) Inactive volcano[54]
Conical Peak 686 m
(2,251 ft)[4]
Catanduanes 13°51′N 124°09′E / 13.85°N 124.15°E / 13.85; 124.15 (Conical Peak)
Mount Costa Rica 394 m
(1,293 ft)[54]
Leyte 11°56′00″N 124°19′00″E / 11.93333333°N 124.3166667°E / 11.93333333; 124.3166667 (Mount Costa Rica) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Cresta
(Crista)
[8][4][5]
1,672 m
(5,486 ft),[4]
1,670 m[4][5]
Isabela[8] Sierra Madre 17°18′36″N 122°05′08″E / 17.31°N 122.085556°E / 17.31; 122.085556 (Mount Cresta)
Mount Cuadrado
(Quadrado)
1,324 m
(4,344 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 15°01′50″N 120°21′43″E / 15.0306917°N 120.3618122°E / 15.0306917; 120.3618122 (Mount Cuadrado (Mount Quadrado))
Mount Cudtingan
(Cudting)
[4]
466 m
(1,529 ft)[4]
Siquijor 9°15′00″N 123°35′00″E / 9.25°N 123.583333°E / 9.25; 123.583333 (Mount Cudtingan (Mount Cudting))
Cuernos de Negros
(Talinis Peak)
[19][15]
1,903 m
(6,243 ft),[19][4][15]
1,860 m[55]
Negros Oriental[19] 9°14′39″N 123°10′40″E / 9.2441481°N 123.1778774°E / 9.2441481; 123.1778774 (Cuernos de Negros) Potentially active stratovolcano.[55]
Negros Island's 2nd highest peak.
Mount Dagot 1,311 m
(4,301 ft)[4]
Abra Cordillera Central 17°50′35″N 120°42′07″E / 17.8430994°N 120.7019002°E / 17.8430994; 120.7019002 (Mount Dagot)
Mount Culangalan 360 m
(1,180 ft)[54]
Sorsogon 12°42′00″N 123°56′00″E / 12.7°N 123.9333333°E / 12.7; 123.9333333 (Mount Culangalan) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Culasi 387 m
(1,270 ft)[54]
Camarines Norte 13°53′45″N 123°05′15″E / 13.89583333°N 123.0875°E / 13.89583333; 123.0875 (Mount Culasi) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Cuyapo 209 m
(686 ft)[54]
Nueva Ecija 15°48′00″N 120°40′00″E / 15.8°N 120.6666667°E / 15.8; 120.6666667 (Mount Cuyapo) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Daclan 1,500 m
(4,900 ft)[54]
Benguet Cordillera Central 16°31′16″N 120°48′42″E / 16.52116667°N 120.8116667°E / 16.52116667; 120.8116667 (Mount Daclan) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dagumbaan 1,127 m
(3,698 ft)[54]
South Cotabato 7°49′00″N 124°56′45″E / 7.816666667°N 124.9458333°E / 7.816666667; 124.9458333 (Mount Dagumbaan) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dakes
(Shekes)
[56]
Benguet[56] Cordillera Central
Dakiwagan Mountain[40] Benguet[40] Cordillera Central
Mount Dakula 399 m
(1,309 ft)[54]
Sulu 5°58′54″N 121°10′42″E / 5.981666667°N 121.1783333°E / 5.981666667; 121.1783333 (Mount Dakula) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dakut 474 m
(1,555 ft)[57]
Sulu 5°44′01″N 120°54′15″E / 5.7336°N 120.9043°E / 5.7336; 120.9043 (Mount Dakut) Potentially active volcano[57]
Mount Dalimonoc 1,686 m
(5,531 ft)[8][4][5]
Nueva Vizcaya/
Isabela[8]
15°58′30″N 121°14′32″E / 15.975°N 121.242222°E / 15.975; 121.242222 (Mount Dalimonoc)
Mount Dalupiri 275 m
(902 ft)[54]
Cagayan 19°03′N 121°45′E / 19.05°N 121.75°E / 19.05; 121.75 (Mount Dalupiri) Inactive volcano.[54] Located in Dalupiri Island.
Mount Danao
(Danao Peak)
683 m
(2,241 ft)[14][4][15]
Cebu[14] 10°33′17″N 123°58′20″E / 10.5546744°N 123.9723571°E / 10.5546744; 123.9723571 (Mount Danao (Danao Peak))
Mount Danao 699 m
(2,293 ft)[54]
Leyte 11°04′00″N 124°41′00″E / 11.06666667°N 124.6833333°E / 11.06666667; 124.6833333 (Mount Danao) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dapiak[4] Zamboanga del Sur,
Zamboanga del Norte
8°13′32″N 123°25′33″E / 8.2255°N 123.4259°E / 8.2255; 123.4259 (Mount Dapiak)
Mount Data 2,310 m
(7,580 ft),[4]
or 2810 m[4]
Mountain Province, Benguet Cordillera Central 16°52′51″N 120°50′57″E / 16.8809°N 120.8491°E / 16.8809; 120.8491 (Mount Data) Located near the Mountain Province-Benguet border.
Mount Deugurug 1,010 m
(3,310 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 16°00′00″N 121°07′00″E / 16.0°N 121.116667°E / 16.0; 121.116667 (Mount Deugurug)
Didicas Volcano 228 m
(748 ft)
Cagayan 19°4.6′N 122°12.1′E / 19.0767°N 122.2017°E / 19.0767; 122.2017 (Didicas Volcano)
Mount Diffun[4] Quirino
Mount Diogo 547 m
(1,795 ft)[54]
Batanes 20°43′30″N 121°55′30″E / 20.725°N 121.925°E / 20.725; 121.925 (Mount Diogo) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dit 231 m
(758 ft)[54]
Palawan 11°15′00″N 120°56′00″E / 11.25°N 120.9333333°E / 11.25; 120.9333333 (Mount Dit) Inactive volcano[54]
Dome Peak
(Mount Dome)
1,670 m
(5,480 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 15°20′06″N 120°10′36″E / 15.335°N 120.176667°E / 15.335; 120.176667 (Dome Peak (Mount Dome))
Dome Peak 858 m
(2,815 ft)[4]
Negros Oriental 9°12′36″N 122°59′45″E / 9.21°N 122.995833°E / 9.21; 122.995833 (Dome Peak)
Mount Dome 1,063 m
(3,488 ft)[4]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°51′43″N 121°13′25″E / 16.861944°N 121.223611°E / 16.861944; 121.223611 (Mount Dome)
Mount Dorst 866 m
(2,841 ft)[4]
Pampanga 15°08′07″N 120°25′58″E / 15.1353835°N 120.4326988°E / 15.1353835; 120.4326988 (Mount Dorst)
Mount Dos Hermanas 813 m
(2,667 ft)[54]
South Cotabato 7°38′27″N 124°07′45″E / 7.640833333°N 124.1291667°E / 7.640833333; 124.1291667 (Mount Dos Hermanas) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dos Hermanos 1,614 m
(5,295 ft)[8][4][5]
Isabela/
Nueva Vizcaya[8]
Sierra Madre 16°31′46″N 122°04′42″E / 16.529444°N 122.078333°E / 16.529444; 122.078333 (Mount Dos Hermanos)
Dos Picos Mountain 595 m
(1,952 ft)[4]
Cavite 14°12′25″N 120°39′48″E / 14.2068634°N 120.6634062°E / 14.2068634; 120.6634062 (Dos Picos Mountain)
Mount Dulang‑dulang 2,938 m
(9,639 ft)[14][10][58]
2,938 m
(9,639 ft)
Bukidnon[14] Kitanglad Range 08°06′55″N 124°55′15″E / 8.11528°N 124.92083°E / 8.11528; 124.92083 (Mount Dulang-dulang)
Mount Dumali 756 m
(2,480 ft)[54]
Mindoro Oriental 13°06′16″N 121°30′45″E / 13.10433333°N 121.5125°E / 13.10433333; 121.5125 (Mount Dumali) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Dumapata[4] Quirino 16°20′46″N 121°46′38″E / 16.346111°N 121.777222°E / 16.346111; 121.777222 (Mount Dumapata)
Mount Dupungan 396 m
(1,299 ft)[54]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°38′00″N 123°19′30″E / 7.633333333°N 123.325°E / 7.633333333; 123.325 (Mount Dupungan) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Elizario 508 m
(1,667 ft)[4][59]
Camarines Sur[59]
Mount Engañaso
(Enganosa)
[4]
428 m
(1,404 ft)[4]
Masbate 12°52′08″N 123°13′35″E / 12.8690°N 123.2263°E / 12.8690; 123.2263 (Mount Engañaso (Mount Enganosa))
Mount Esbo[56] Benguet[56] Cordillera Central
Flat Peak 1,452 m
(4,764 ft)[4]
Cagayan Sierra Madre 17°43′00″N 122°06′00″E / 17.716667°N 122.1°E / 17.716667; 122.1 (Flat Peak)
Mount Gadungan 1,342 m
(4,403 ft)[54]
Lanao 7°46′42″N 124°04′42″E / 7.778333333°N 124.0783333°E / 7.778333333; 124.0783333 (Mount Gadungan) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Galantay 1,274 m
(4,180 ft)[54]
Lanao 7°53′00″N 124°00′00″E / 7.883333333°N 124°E / 7.883333333; 124 (Mount Galantay) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Gantung 1,784 m
(5,853 ft)[8][5]
Palawan[8] 8°57′37″N 117°49′03″E / 8.960278°N 117.8175°E / 8.960278; 117.8175 (Mount Gantung)
Mount Gap 1,038 m
(3,406 ft)[54]
Cotabato 6°52′00″N 125°08′00″E / 6.866666667°N 125.1333333°E / 6.866666667; 125.1333333 (Mount Gap) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Gatas
(Gata)
[4]
Zambales, Tarlac Zambales Mountains 15°15′38″N 120°19′15″E / 15.260556°N 120.320833°E / 15.260556; 120.320833 (Mount Gatas (Mount Gata))
Gate Mountains 559 m
(1,834 ft)[54]
Sorsogon 12°36′00″N 124°02′00″E / 12.6°N 124.0333333°E / 12.6; 124.0333333 (Mount Gate Mountains) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Gayad 618 m
(2,028 ft)[54]
Leyte 11°26′00″N 124°31′00″E / 11.43333333°N 124.5166667°E / 11.43333333; 124.5166667 (Mount Gayad)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Gedgedayan[60] Benguet[60] Cordillera Central
Mount Giligaon[4] Negros Oriental 9°07′51″N 122°57′45″E / 9.130833°N 122.9625°E / 9.130833; 122.9625 (Mount Giligaon)
Mount Ginsiliban 581 m
(1,906 ft)[54]
Camiguin 9°06′00″N 124°46′00″E / 9.1°N 124.7666667°E / 9.1; 124.7666667 (Mount Ginsiliban)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Guiauasan 1,600 m
(5,200 ft)[54]
Biliran 11°37′00″N 124°29′00″E / 11.61666667°N 124.4833333°E / 11.61666667; 124.4833333 (Mount Guiauasan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Guinsayawan
(Tipasi, Tepasi)
[15]
1,821 m
(5,974 ft)[19][15]
Negros Oriental[19][15]
Mount Guimba 482 m
(1,581 ft)[54]
Sulu 6°01′30″N 121°05′00″E / 6.025°N 121.0833333°E / 6.025; 121.0833333 (Mount Guimba)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Guiting-Guiting
(Guitinguitin)
2,051 m
(6,729 ft),[4]
2,058 m[5]
Romblon 12°25′00″N 122°34′09″E / 12.4167426°N 122.569212°E / 12.4167426; 122.569212 (Mount Guitinguitin (Mount Guiting-Guiting))
Mount Gunansan 1,045 m
(3,428 ft)[54]
Biliran 11°36′00″N 124°29′00″E / 11.6°N 124.4833333°E / 11.6; 124.4833333 (Mount Gunansan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Gurain 1,825 m
(5,988 ft)[54]
Lanao 7°54′30″N 124°06′30″E / 7.908333333°N 124.1083333°E / 7.908333333; 124.1083333 (Mount Gurain)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Hagdanan Peak[4] Occidental Mindoro 12°25′00″N 121°10′00″E / 12.416667°N 121.166667°E / 12.416667; 121.166667 (Hagdanan Peak)
Mount Halcon 2,582 m
(8,471 ft),[3]
2,555 m,[61]
2,505 m,[4]
2,586 m[5]
2,582 m
(8,471 ft)[3]
Oriental Mindoro 13°15′25″N 120°59′37″E / 13.2569763°N 120.9936707°E / 13.2569763; 120.9936707 (Mount Halcon) Highest mountain in Mindoro Island.
Mount Hamiguitan
(Hamiquitan)
[9][10]
1,633 m
(5,358 ft),[4]
1,620 m,[3]
1,629 m[9][10]
1,497 m
(4,911 ft)[3]
Davao Oriental 6°44′24″N 126°10′54″E / 6.7400565°N 126.1817779°E / 6.7400565; 126.1817779 (Mount Hamiguitan)
Mount Hibok‑Hibok
(Hibok‑Hibok Volcano)
1,332 m
(4,370 ft)[62][9]
1,332 m
(4,370 ft)[10]
Camiguin[9] 9°12′15″N 124°40′13″E / 9.2042086°N 124.6703471°E / 9.2042086; 124.6703471 (Mount Hibok-Hibok) stratovolcano and dome complex (active; last erupted 1948 Sept. 31 - 1953 July).[62]
Highest in the island.[10]
Mount Hilonghilong 1,838 m
(6,030 ft)[9]
Agusan del Norte[9]
Mount Homahan 464 m
(1,522 ft)[54]
Sorsogon 12°46′30″N 123°58′30″E / 12.775°N 123.975°E / 12.775; 123.975 (Mount Homahan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Iba 1,670 m
(5,480 ft),[4]
1,605 m[8][5]
Zambales, Tarlac[8] Zambales Mountains 15°21′50″N 120°10′09″E / 15.363889°N 120.169167°E / 15.363889; 120.169167 (Mount Iba) Located near the Zambales-Tarlac border.
Mount Iglit[4] Occidental Mindoro
Mount Imbing 699 m
(2,293 ft),[54]
701 m[4]
Zamboanga del Sur 7°41′13″N 123°14′10″E / 7.6869°N 123.2362°E / 7.6869; 123.2362 (Mount Imbing) Inactive volcano[54]
Imoc Hill 400 m
(1,300 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°07′00″N 121°18′00″E / 14.11666667°N 121.3°E / 14.11666667; 121.3 (Mount Imoc Hill)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Inayawan 1,174 m
(3,852 ft)[54]
Lanao del Norte 7°49′30″N 124°58′00″E / 7.825°N 124.9666667°E / 7.825; 124.9666667 (Mount Inayawan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Iniaoan 1,535 m
(5,036 ft)[54]
Lanao del Norte 7°49′00″N 124°55′30″E / 7.816666667°N 124.925°E / 7.816666667; 124.925 (Mount Iniaoan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Irada
(Iraya)
[19][4][5]
1,008 m
(3,307 ft),[19][4]
1009 m[5][63][64]
Batanes[19] 20°28′05″N 122°00′40″E / 20.468056°N 122.011111°E / 20.468056; 122.011111 (Mount Iraya) stratovolcano (active; last erupted 1454)[63]
Highest in Batan Island.[5]
Mount Irid 1,448 m
(4,751 ft)[4]
Rizal 14°48′43″N 121°20′15″E / 14.8119936°N 121.3375093°E / 14.8119936; 121.3375093 (Mount Irid)
Mount Iriga 1,196 m
(3,924 ft),[19][4][59][65]
1,143 m[5][66]
Camarines Sur[19] Bicol Volcanic Belt 13°27′30″N 123°27′03″E / 13.458342°N 123.4508344°E / 13.458342; 123.4508344 (Mount Iriga) stratovolcano (active; last erupted 1642 Jan. 4)[65]
Mount Isarog 1,976 m
(6,483 ft),[4][5][59]
1,966 m[67][68]
1,951 m
(6,401 ft)[3]
Camarines Sur Bicol Volcanic Belt 13°39′30″N 123°22′23″E / 13.6582205°N 123.3729962°E / 13.6582205; 123.3729962 (Mount Isarog) Potentially active stratovolcano[67]
Mount Jamalapan 1,446 m
(4,744 ft)[4]
Ifugao Cordillera Central
Mount Janagdan 1,200 m
(3,900 ft)[54]
Leyte 11°06′00″N 124°43′00″E / 11.1°N 124.7166667°E / 11.1; 124.7166667 (Mount Janagdan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Jormajan 738 m
(2,421 ft),[54]
670 m[4]
Sorsogon 12°45′29″N 124°00′06″E / 12.7581928°N 124.001713°E / 12.7581928; 124.001713 (Mount Jormajam) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Juban
(Juban Volcano)
844 m
(2,769 ft),[54]
730 m[4]
Sorsogon 12°47′51″N 123°56′02″E / 12.7976022°N 123.9338405°E / 12.7976022; 123.9338405 (Mount Juban (Volcano)) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kaatoan 2,153 m
(7,064 ft)[54]
Bukidnon 8°08′00″N 124°55′00″E / 8.133333333°N 124.9166667°E / 8.133333333; 124.9166667 (Mount Kaatoan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kabanangan 340 m
(1,120 ft)[41]
Lanao 7°56′30″N 123°49′30″E / 7.941666667°N 123.825°E / 7.941666667; 123.825 (Mount Kabanangan)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Kabaritan 1,157 m
(3,796 ft)[54]
Bukidnon 7°52′00″N 124°40′00″E / 7.866666667°N 124.6666667°E / 7.866666667; 124.6666667 (Mount Kabaritan)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kabunian[60] Benguet[60] Cordillera Central
Mount Kalatungan 2,824 m
(9,265 ft),[69][70]
2,187 m[4]
1,502 m
(4,928 ft)[3][71][72]
Bukidnon Kitanglad Range 7°57′N 124°48′E / 7.95°N 124.8°E / 7.95; 124.8 (Mount Kalatungan)[70] Potentially active volcano[70]
Mount Kalugong[73] Benguet[73] Cordillera Central 16°27′38″N 120°35′38″E / 16.4604384°N 120.5938749°E / 16.4604384; 120.5938749 (Mount Kalugong)
Mount Kamaltakan[74] Benguet[74] Cordillera Central
Mount Kampalili 2,257 m
(7,405 ft),[14][10]
2,309 m[75]
Davao[14][10] 7°18′20″N 126°17′09″E / 7.305556°N 126.285833°E / 7.305556; 126.285833 (Mount Kampalili) (*The mountain is listed in Peakery.com as being under Camarines Sur)
Kanlaon Volcano
(Mount Canlaon)
2,465 m
(8,087 ft),[19][4][15]
2435 m,[76][77]
2,430 m[3]
2,430 m
(7,970 ft)[3]
Negros Occidental[19] 10°24′42″N 123°07′57″E / 10.4116967°N 123.1326267°E / 10.4116967; 123.1326267 (Kanlaon Volcano) stratovolcano (active; last erupted 2006 June).[77] Highest mountain in Negros Island.
Mount Kanumay 981 m
(3,219 ft)[4]
Rizal 14°38′42″N 121°18′55″E / 14.6448648°N 121.3154036°E / 14.6448648; 121.3154036 (Mount Kanumay)
Mount Kapiligan[78] 2,709 m
(8,888 ft)[78]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°50′45″N 120°56′28″E / 16.845833°N 120.941111°E / 16.845833; 120.941111 (Mount Kapiligan)
Mount Kasibor 845 m
(2,772 ft)[54]
Leyte 10°52′00″N 124°53′00″E / 10.86666667°N 124.8833333°E / 10.86666667; 124.8833333 (Mount Kasibor)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Katanglad Mountains* 2,896 m
(9,501 ft)[4]
Bukidnon Kitanglad Range 8°07′11″N 124°54′07″E / 8.1197°N 124.9019°E / 8.1197; 124.9019 (Katanglad Mountains) (May refer to Mount Katanglad or Mount Kitanglad).
Mount Katanglad 2,938 m
(9,639 ft)[54]
Bukidnon Kitanglad Range 8°07′42″N 124°55′30″E / 8.128333333°N 124.925°E / 8.128333333; 124.925 (Mount Katanglad)[54] Inactive volcano.[54](May refer to Mount Dulang‑dulang or Mount Kitanglad).
Mount Kausakar 200 m
(660 ft)[54]
Sulu 5°55′30″N 121°22′00″E / 5.925°N 121.3666667°E / 5.925; 121.3666667 (Mount Kausakar)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kaman‑eleng[20] Benguet[20] Cordillera Central
Mount Kidongin 1,143 m
(3,750 ft)[54]
Bukidnon 7°45′30″N 124°49′00″E / 7.758333333°N 124.8166667°E / 7.758333333; 124.8166667 (Mount Kidongin)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kilakron 2,329 m
(7,641 ft),[54]
2,360 m[79]
South Cotabato 7°57′30″N 124°52′31″E / 7.958333333°N 124.8753333°E / 7.958333333; 124.8753333 (Mount Kilakron)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kilkili[16] Benguet[16] Cordillera Central
Mount Kinabalian Agusan del Sur 8°12′30″N 125°26′04″E / 8.208333°N 125.434444°E / 8.208333; 125.434444 (Mount Kinabalian)
Kioto Mountains 1,816 m
(5,958 ft)[3]
1,639 m
(5,377 ft)[3]
Davao Occidental 6°06′21″N 125°37′41″E / 6.1058°N 125.6281°E / 6.1058; 125.6281 (Kioto Mountains)
Mount Kirikite 202 m
(663 ft)[54]
Leyte 11°57′00″N 124°22′00″E / 11.95°N 124.3666667°E / 11.95; 124.3666667 (Mount Kirikite)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kitabud 1,167 m
(3,829 ft)[54]
Lanao del Sur 7°17′06″N 124°39′43″E / 7.285°N 124.662°E / 7.285; 124.662 (Mount Kitabud)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kitongan[20] Benguet[20] Cordillera Central
Knob Peak 917 m
(3,009 ft)[4][54]
Oriental Mindoro 12°28′00″N 121°16′00″E / 12.4666667°N 121.2666667°E / 12.4666667; 121.2666667 (Knob Peak) Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Koloko 1,074 m
(3,524 ft)[54]
Bukidnon 7°50′24″N 124°55′42″E / 7.84°N 124.9283333°E / 7.84; 124.9283333 (Mount Koloko)[54] Inactive volcano[54]
Mount Kotkot 1,620 m
(5,310 ft)[4]
Benguet Cordillera Central 16°26′57″N 120°47′16″E / 16.449167°N 120.787778°E / 16.449167; 120.787778 (Mount Kotkot)
Mount Kumakata Agusan del Sur 8°07′42″N 125°35′43″E / 8.128333°N 125.595278°E / 8.128333; 125.595278 (Mount Kumakata)
Mount Laao 1,135 m
(3,724 ft)[41]
Leyte 11°07′00″N 124°48′00″E / 11.11666667°N 124.8°E / 11.11666667; 124.8 (Mount Laao)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Labalasan
(Osmeña Peak)
[14][15]
1,013 m
(3,323 ft)[14][15][80][81]
Cebu[14][15] Highest in Cebu Island.[80][81]
Mount Labi 1,300 m
(4,300 ft)[41]
Leyte 11°01′00″N 124°31′00″E / 11.01666667°N 124.5166667°E / 11.01666667; 124.5166667 (Mount Labi)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Labo 1,544 m
(5,066 ft),[3][82][83]
942 m[19][5]
1,524 m
(5,000 ft)[3]
Camarines Norte[19] Bicol Volcanic Belt 14°00′49″N 122°47′14″E / 14.013611°N 122.787222°E / 14.013611; 122.787222 (Mount Labo) Potentially active[83] compound volcano[82]
Mount Lagula 482 m
(1,581 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°08′00″N 121°19′00″E / 14.13333333°N 121.3166667°E / 14.13333333; 121.3166667 (Mount Lagula)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Laguna Caldera 743 m
(2,438 ft)
Laguna 14°27′30″N 121°20′46″E / 14.45824°N 121.34624°E / 14.45824; 121.34624 (Laguna Caldera)
Mount Lamagan 2,138 m
(7,014 ft)[4][5]
Mountain Province Cordillera Central 17°06′44″N 121°07′56″E / 17.112222°N 121.132222°E / 17.112222; 121.132222 (Mount Lamagan)
Mount Lambayo 1,386 m
(4,547 ft)[4]
Apayao Cordillera Central 18°12′49″N 121°09′25″E / 18.2137001°N 121.1569°E / 18.2137001; 121.1569 (Mount Lambayo)
Mount Lanat 1,044 m
(3,425 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 15°38′52″N 120°02′23″E / 15.647778°N 120.039722°E / 15.647778; 120.039722 (Mount Lanat)
Mount Landargun 1,655 m
(5,430 ft)[8][5]
Palawan[8] 8°54′47″N 117°47′05″E / 8.913056°N 117.784722°E / 8.913056; 117.784722 (Mount Landargun)
Lantawan Peak
(Bugtong‑Bato)
[14][15]
1,049 m
(3,442 ft)[14][4][15]
Negros Occidental[14] 10°50′02″N 123°14′09″E / 10.833889°N 123.235833°E / 10.833889; 123.235833 (Lantawan Peak)
Mount Lantoy 593 m
(1,946 ft)[84]
Cebu 9°59′00″N 123°33′11″E / 9.98333°N 123.55306°E / 9.98333; 123.55306 (Mount Lantoy)
Mount Lapak
(Lapac)
[9][10]
357 m
(1,171 ft)[9][10]
Sulu[9] 5°31′01″N 120°45′36″E / 5.517°N 120.7599°E / 5.517; 120.7599 (Mount Lapak)
Mount Latian 1,612 m
(5,289 ft)[9][10]
Davao Occidental
(Davao del Sur)[4]
6°12′33″N 125°30′27″E / 6.209167°N 125.5075°E / 6.209167; 125.5075 (Mount Latian)
Latukan Volcano 2,338 m
(7,671 ft),[41][85]
2,327 m,[86]
2,316 m[14][10]
Lanao del Sur[14] 7°39′N 124°27′E / 7.65°N 124.45°E / 7.65; 124.45 (Mount Latukan)[41] Inactive[41] stratovolcano[85]
Mount Lauaan 1,177 m
(3,862 ft),[41]
1,187 m[14][15]
Biliran[41]/Leyte[14][15] 11°31′00″N 124°31′00″E / 11.51666667°N 124.5166667°E / 11.51666667; 124.5166667 (Mount Lauaan)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Leonard Kniaseff
(Leonard Kniazeff)
200 m
(660 ft)[87]
Davao del Norte 7°22′54″N 126°2′48″E / 7.38167°N 126.04667°E / 7.38167; 126.04667 (Leonard Kniaseff) stratovolcano[87]
Mount Libadan 825 m
(2,707 ft)[39]
Cotabato 6°53′00″N 125°06′30″E / 6.883333333°N 125.1083333°E / 6.883333333; 125.1083333 (Mount Mount Libadan)[39] Inactive volcano[39]
Mount Libo-Libo 1,771 m
(5,810 ft)[8][4][5]
Ilocos Sur[8] Cordillera Central 16°53′59″N 120°37′28″E / 16.899722°N 120.624444°E / 16.899722; 120.624444 (Mount Libo-Libo) (May refer to "Mount Liblibo" in Benguet near the Ilocos Sur border).[60]
Mount Licod-ti-Duyog 2,024 m
(6,640 ft)[4]
Apayao Cordillera Central
Mount Liguayen 968 m
(3,176 ft)[88]
Batangas 13°42′00″N 121°11′00″E / 13.7°N 121.1833333°E / 13.7; 121.1833333 (Mount Liguayen)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Limay
(Cayapo)
946 m
(3,104 ft)[4]
Bataan 14°32′13″N 120°31′56″E / 14.5370727°N 120.5322554°E / 14.5370727; 120.5322554 (Mount Limay (Cayapo))
Mount Linao 1,475 m
(4,839 ft)[4]
Ilocos Norte Cordillera Central 18°21′18″N 120°54′39″E / 18.3551166°N 120.9109279°E / 18.3551166; 120.9109279 (Mount Linao)
Lipa Pt. 220 m
(720 ft)[88]
Batangas 14°01′00″N 121°04′00″E / 14.01666667°N 121.0666667°E / 14.01666667; 121.0666667 (Mount Lipa Pt.)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Llorente 1,344 m
(4,409 ft)[14][15]
Iloilo[14][15] 10°58′00″N 122°19′00″E / 10.966667°N 122.316667°E / 10.966667; 122.316667 (Mount Llorente)
Mount Lobi 1,000 m
(3,300 ft),[88]
1,349 m[4]
Leyte 11°00′43″N 124°48′44″E / 11.0119°N 124.8122°E / 11.0119; 124.8122 (Mount Lobi) Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Lobo 2,156 m
(7,073 ft)[4]
2,138m[5]
Benguet,[4]
Mountain Province[5]
Cordillera Central 16°46′10″N 120°41′03″E / 16.769444°N 120.684167°E / 16.769444; 120.684167 (Mount Lobo)
Mount Lobo 972 m
(3,189 ft),[88]
946 m[4]
Batangas 13°38′57″N 121°17′28″E / 13.6492484°N 121.2910393°E / 13.6492484; 121.2910393 (Mount Lobo) Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Loco‑ono[89] 2,316 m
(7,598 ft)[89]
Mountain Province Cordillera Central 17°10′37″N 120°52′17″E / 17.1769°N 120.8713°E / 17.1769; 120.8713 (Mount Loco-ono)
Mount Lugus 297 m
(974 ft)[88]
Sulu 5°41′00″N 120°50′00″E / 5.683333333°N 120.8333333°E / 5.683333333; 120.8333333 (Mount Lugus)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Lumot 579 m
(1,900 ft)[4]
Bulacan 15°03′49″N 121°06′22″E / 15.063611°N 121.106111°E / 15.063611; 121.106111 (Mount Lumot)
Mount Lumot[9] Misamis Oriental[9]
Mount Lumuluyaw 2,612 m
(8,570 ft)[14][10]
Bukidnon[14][10] Kitanglad Range[10]
Mount Luntan 472 m
(1,549 ft)[4]
Quezon Sierra Madre 14°16′28″N 121°41′53″E / 14.274444°N 121.698056°E / 14.274444; 121.698056 (Mount Luntan)
Mount Luyong 318 m
(1,043 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°07′00″N 121°15′00″E / 14.11666667°N 121.25°E / 14.11666667; 121.25 (Mount Mt. Luyong)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Ma‑agnaw[14][10][90] 2,687 m
(8,816 ft),[90]
2,742m[14][10]
Bukidnon[14] Kitanglad Range[10] 8°07′21″N 124°52′37″E / 8.1225°N 124.876944°E / 8.1225; 124.876944 (Mount Ma-agnaw)
Mount Maagonoc 680 m
(2,230 ft)[88]
Leyte 11°01′30″N 124°41′30″E / 11.025°N 124.6916667°E / 11.025; 124.6916667 (Mount Maagonoc)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Mabaho 1,860 m
(6,100 ft),[4]
1,584 m[9][10]
Agusan del Norte[9] 9°18′07″N 125°40′47″E / 9.301944°N 125.679722°E / 9.301944; 125.679722 (Mount Mabaho)
Mount Mabilog 200 m
(660 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°06′30″N 121°15′00″E / 14.10833333°N 121.25°E / 14.10833333; 121.25 (Mount Mount Mabilog)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Mabitoan 1,230 m
(4,040 ft)[4]
Bulacan 14°54′59″N 121°18′01″E / 14.916389°N 121.300278°E / 14.916389; 121.300278 (Mount Mabitoan)
Mount Mabittayon 660 m
(2,170 ft)[4]
Ifugao Cordillera Central 16°45′00″N 121°17′00″E / 16.75°N 121.283333°E / 16.75; 121.283333 (Mount Mabittayon)
Mount Mabolinoc 830 m
(2,720 ft)[4]
Zambales Zambales Mountains 14°56′59″N 120°17′04″E / 14.949722°N 120.284444°E / 14.949722; 120.284444 (Mount Mabolinoc)
Mount Mabudis 234 m
(768 ft)[88]
Batanes 20°56′00″N 121°55′00″E / 20.93333333°N 121.9166667°E / 20.93333333; 121.9166667 (Mount Mabudis)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Macape 315 m
(1,033 ft)[88]
Leyte 11°13′00″N 124°41′00″E / 11.21666667°N 124.6833333°E / 11.21666667; 124.6833333 (Mount Macape)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Macatohuol 1,369 m
(4,491 ft)[4]
Bulacan 14°52′44″N 121°19′12″E / 14.878889°N 121.32°E / 14.878889; 121.32 (Mount Macatohuol)
Mount Macopa 1,602 m
(5,256 ft)[4]
or 1,595 m[8][4][5]
Apayao, Abra[8] Cordillera Central 17°44′23″N 121°07′03″E / 17.739722°N 121.1175°E / 17.739722; 121.1175 (Mount Macopa) Located near the Apayao-Abra border.
Mount Macolod
(Maculot)
956 m
(3,136 ft),[88]
947 m[4]
Batangas 13°55′15″N 121°03′06″E / 13.9208682°N 121.0516961°E / 13.9208682; 121.0516961 (Mount Maculot (Mount Macolod)) Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Madiac 2,117 m
(6,946 ft),[3]
1,339 m[14][15]
2,117 m
(6,946 ft)[3]
Antique[14][3][15] 11°23′02″N 122°09′40″E / 11.3838186°N 122.161091°E / 11.3838186; 122.161091 (Mount Madiac)
Mount Madia‑as
(Madja‑as, Madya‑as)
[19][15]
2,117 m
(6,946 ft),[4]
2,080 m[19][15]
Antique[19][15]
Mount Madocay 1,443 m
(4,734 ft)[4]
Abra Cordillera Central 17°35′27″N 121°01′01″E / 17.590833°N 121.016944°E / 17.590833; 121.016944 (Mount Madocay)
Mount Maestre de Campo 343 m
(1,125 ft)[88]
Romblon 12°55′00″N 121°42′00″E / 12.91666667°N 121.7°E / 12.91666667; 121.7 (Mount Maestre De Campo)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Magampao 1,468 m
(4,816 ft)[88]
Cotabato 7°37′06″N 124°35′53″E / 7.618333333°N 124.598°E / 7.618333333; 124.598 (Mount Magampao)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Magkurog Peak
(Danlog)
1,604 m
(5,262 ft)[19][15]
Negros Occidental[19][15]
Mahagnao Volcano 860 m
(2,820 ft)[88][91]
Leyte 10°53′45″N 124°52′00″E / 10.89583333°N 124.8666667°E / 10.89583333; 124.8666667 (Mount Mahagnao)[88] Inactive[88] stratovolcano[91]
Mount Mahala 286 m
(938 ft)[88]
Sulu 5°56′00″N 121°07′00″E / 5.933333333°N 121.1166667°E / 5.933333333; 121.1166667 (Mount Mahala)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Makam 427 m
(1,401 ft)[88]
Sulu 5°56′24″N 120°58′24″E / 5.94°N 120.9733333°E / 5.94; 120.9733333 (Mount Makam)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Makawiwili Peak 2,141 m
(7,024 ft)[19][15]
Negros Occidental[19][15] Secondary peak of Mount Kanlaon[15]
Mount Makaturing 1,908 m
(6,260 ft),[92]
1,940 m[93]
Lanao del Sur 7°39′N 124°19′E / 7.650°N 124.317°E / 7.650; 124.317 (Mount Makaturing) stratovolcano[93] (active; last erupted on March 18, 1882)[92]
Mount Makiling
(Maquiling)
[19][5]
1,090 m
(3,580 ft),[4][88]
1,109 m[19][5]
Laguna[19] 14°08′05″N 121°11′44″E / 14.1345999°N 121.1956748°E / 14.1345999; 121.1956748 (Mount Makiling (Makiling Volcano)) Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malabahog 628 m
(2,060 ft)[4]
Siquijor
Mount Malabito 1,360 m
(4,460 ft)[8][4][5]
Quezon,[4] Laguna[8][5] Sierra Madre 14°41′07″N 121°26′12″E / 14.685278°N 121.436667°E / 14.685278; 121.436667 (Mount Malabito)
Mount Malabobo 329 m
(1,079 ft)[88]
Pangasinan 15°43′00″N 120°18′00″E / 15.71666667°N 120.3°E / 15.71666667; 120.3 (Mount Malabobo)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malabsing 510 m
(1,670 ft)[88]
Cagayan 18°51′30″N 121°53′00″E / 18.85833333°N 121.8833333°E / 18.85833333; 121.8833333 (Mount Malabsing)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malambo 900 m
(3,000 ft)[88]
Cotabato 7°39′12″N 125°18′42″E / 7.653333333°N 125.3116667°E / 7.653333333; 125.3116667 (Mount Malambo)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malapantao 619 m
(2,031 ft)[14][4][15]
Negros Occidental[14] 9°53′50″N 122°36′58″E / 9.897222°N 122.616111°E / 9.897222; 122.616111 (Mount Malapantao)
Mount Malarayat 1,004 m
(3,294 ft)[4]
Batangas
Mount Malasimbo[5] 800 m
(2,600 ft)[19][5]
Mindoro Oriental[19] 13°27′12″N 120°54′01″E / 13.4534545°N 120.9001431°E / 13.4534545; 120.9001431 (Mount Malasimbo)
Mount Malauban - Lansay 319 m
(1,047 ft)[88]
Laguna 14°08′00″N 121°24′00″E / 14.13333333°N 121.4°E / 14.13333333; 121.4 (Mount Malauban - Lansay)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malaya 2,352 m
(7,717 ft)[4][5]
Ilocos Sur Cordillera Central 16°55′00″N 120°41′00″E / 16.916667°N 120.683333°E / 16.916667; 120.683333 (Mount Malaya)
Mount Malbug 840 m
(2,760 ft)[4]
Negros Oriental
Mount Malepunyo 963 m
(3,159 ft)[88]
Batangas,[88] Laguna,[88] Quezon[88] 13°57′00″N 121°14′00″E / 13.95°N 121.2333333°E / 13.95; 121.2333333 (Mount Malepunyo)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malibao 1,500 m
(4,900 ft)[88]
South Cotabato 6°11′30″N 124°54′00″E / 6.191666667°N 124.9°E / 6.191666667; 124.9 (Mount Malibao)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Malinao 1,548 m
(5,079 ft),[94][95]
1,657 m[8][4][5]
Albay[8] Bicol Volcanic Belt 13°24′39″N 123°37′38″E / 13.410833°N 123.627222°E / 13.410833; 123.627222 (Mount Malinao) Potentially active strato-cone volcano[95]
Mount Malindang 2,425 m
(7,956 ft),[14][4][10]
2,404 m[3][88][96][97]
2,290 m
(7,510 ft)[3]
Misamis Occidental[14] 8°13′06″N 123°38′05″E / 8.2182°N 123.6348°E / 8.2182; 123.6348 (Mount Malindang) Inactive[88] stratovolcano.[96] Highest in Misamis Occidental.[10]
Mount Malindig 1,157 m
(3,796 ft),[98][99]
871 m,[4]
965 m[19][5]
Marinduque[19] 13°15′N 122°00′E / 13.25°N 122.0°E / 13.25; 122.0 (Mount Malindig) Potentially active stratovolcano[99]
Highest in Marinduque Island.[5] Also known as "Marlanga".[5]
Mount Maliwatan 1,200 m
(3,900 ft)[88]
Biliran 11°39′N 124°27′E / 11.65°N 124.45°E / 11.65; 124.45 (Mount Maliwatan)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Mambajao 1,524 m
(5,000 ft)[88]
Camiguin 9°10′18″N 124°43′18″E / 9.171666667°N 124.7216667°E / 9.171666667; 124.7216667 (Mount Mambajao)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Mamot 1,002 m
(3,287 ft)[88]
Cotabato 7°58′00″N 124°08′00″E / 7.966666667°N 124.1333333°E / 7.966666667; 124.1333333 (Mount Mamot)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Manago 1,595 m
(5,233 ft)[8][4][5]
Abra[8] Cordillera Central 17°44′44″N 120°57′37″E / 17.745556°N 120.960278°E / 17.745556; 120.960278 (Mount Manago)
Mount Mandalagan 1,885 m
(6,184 ft),[100][101]
1,879 m,[4]
1,880 m[19][15]
Negros Occidental[19] 10°38′12″N 123°14′09″E / 10.6368°N 123.2359°E / 10.6368; 123.2359 (Mount Mandalagan) Potentially active stratovolcano[101]
Mount Mangaban 780 m
(2,560 ft)[88]
Misamis Oriental 8°30′30″N 125°00′30″E / 8.508333333°N 125.0083333°E / 8.508333333; 125.0083333 (Mount Mangaban)[88] Inactive volcano[88]
Mount Mangabon 2,480 m
(8,140 ft),[3]
2,510 m[102]
1,803 m
(5,915 ft)[3]
Misamis Oriental 8°36′19″N 125°06′31″E / 8.605278°N 125.108611°E / 8.605278; 125.108611 (Mount Mangabon)
Mount Mangatarem 644 m
(2,113 ft)[4]
Pangasinan 15°53′26″N 120°06′14″E / 15.890556°N 120.103889°E / 15.890556; 120.103889 (Mount Mangatarem)
Mount Mangpolo 848 m
(2,782 ft)[4]
Nueva Ecija 15°53′00″N 121°03′00″E / 15.883333°N 121.05°E / 15.883333; 121.05 (Mount Mangpolo)
Mount Manmanoc 2,024 m
(6,640 ft)[4]
2,029 m[5]
Abra Cordillera Central 17°39′48″N 121°05′32″E / 17.663333°N 121.092222°E / 17.663333; 121.092222 (Mount Manmanoc)
Mani Hill 260 m
(850 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°02′00″N 121°15′30″E / 14.03333333°N 121.2583333°E / 14.03333333; 121.2583333 (Mani Hill)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Mantalingajan
(Mantaling)
2,085 m
(6,841 ft)[3][5]
2,085 m
(6,841 ft)[3]
Palawan 13°55′N 121°03′E / 13.917°N 121.050°E / 13.917; 121.050 (Mount Mantalingajan) Highest in Palawan Island.[5]
Mount Manunggal 884 m
(2,900 ft)[14][15]
Cebu[14][15]
Mapait Hills 380 m
(1,250 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°03′00″N 121°14′30″E / 14.05°N 121.2416667°E / 14.05; 121.2416667 (Mapait Hills)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Mapula 209 m
(686 ft)[41]
Laguna 14°06′00″N 121°17′00″E / 14.1°N 121.2833333°E / 14.1; 121.2833333 (Mount Mount Mapula)[41] Inactive volcano[41]
Mount Marahem 453 m
(1,486 ft)[4]
Batanes
Mount Marami Batangas