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The fastest way up here.

The toll is cheap, and it gets you where you need to go FAST. But if you're an inexperienced... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Jerome M
Take time to drive this area.

Before anything else.. make sure that you pee or do your business first before you drive along this... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2018
JM N
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

The toll is cheap, and it gets you where you need to go FAST. But if you're an inexperienced driver, better take a different route. This road is for the big boys/girls.

1  Thank Jerome M
Reviewed 11 April 2018

Before anything else.. make sure that you pee or do your business first before you drive along this area.. for you to enjoy the view and be amazed by how did the place get to be this accessible.. It is best to drive when its...More

Thank JM N
Reviewed 26 March 2018

Kennon is a marvel of mountain passes. It took years in the 1900s and many international peoples to finish the Kennon. Kennon is best viewed from the Kennon viewing deck which has memorials for the people involved in the construction and the statue of Col...More

Thank philip james r v
Reviewed 21 March 2018

Kennon Road may be known for landslides and closures, but it is still the shortest, most scenic view in going up to the Summer Capital. From Rosario, La Union one can reach Baguio in less than an hour via Kennon. Word of caution, take another...More

1  Thank sabi0james
Reviewed 7 March 2018

Biking this road sure takes your patience, strength, stamina and time to the limit. From Baguio to Rosario took me 5 hours, i used BMX.

Thank Rex Rafael C
Reviewed 20 February 2018

Take on the challenge of driving through this winding road with views of nature alongside you all the way...quite dangerous but challenging and adventurous!

Thank marivicjoanlaron
Reviewed 4 February 2018

The road is nice, you could see beautiful landscape during the trip. It is not possible to park in the road, if you drive a car. I prefer hiring a motor bike from Baguio to go with friends and enjoy the landscape.

Thank PhanM49
Reviewed 17 January 2018

This is NOT for the faint hearted or any inexperienced drivers. This is about an hour's drive and you MUST make your car is capable of very steep roads and your brakes are well maintained. You will be driving on very narrow, zig zag mountainous...More

2  Thank Titus80
Reviewed 5 December 2017

Not much to say but drive carefully and within your capability. Lots of crazy motorcycles down this mountain zigzag rd. Buses and jeepneys are also abundant. Some very nice views. There is a toll at the mid point area.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 16 November 2017

I just learned that Kennon Road was built by Japanese immigrants with American Engineers from 1903. I always pass this way each time I go up Baguio. Driving through the zigzag roads, the mountains right beside you, the lion's head waiting for you, Kennon Road...More

Thank francisjulian
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