My recent trip to my hometown Cateel brought me to the different places and destinations that I truly say worth a visit. One of those that justly fascinate me is the Hanging Bridge of Maglahus.The Hanging Bridge of Maglahus is a hanging steel bridge conveniently situated along Cateel-Compostela Road. From Barangay Poblacion, going to the hanging bridge is approximately 30 minutes aboard habal-habal. It is also about 10 minutes ride away going to the majestic Aliwagwag Falls.The Hanging Bridge transports people from the main highway to proper Barangay Maglahus. Down the bridge is the clean and green Cateel River. Cateel River was once named “the cleanest River in Region XI”. The bridge has been there for years now and has played a vital role in transporting goods, animals, merchandise and other things from and to the Barangay. Motorcycles are the only type of vehicles that are allowed to pass by the bridge.It was the fascinating scene of the whole place that immediately caught our eyes went get there. The verdant trees, the beautiful cloud formations, the azure skies and the green color of the river added a striking view to the Hanging Bridge. Picturesque scenery, I would say.The Hanging Bridge of Maglahus is certainly a worthy place to see while in Cateel especially when visiting Aliwagwag Falls. Since it is situated along the highway, take time to drop by and experience walking and swaying in the Hanging Bridge of Maglahus.This is the fourth part of “HERE AT CATEEL, WE HAVE IT ALL: THE TRAVEL SERIES”.
- SAN ANTONIO-BAYBAY CREAM SAND LONG BEACH
- A NOSTALGIC VISIT TO DANOG FALLS.
- REVISTING MAHOC BEACH
- THE HANGING BRIDGE OF MAGLAHUS