Mount Malepunyo as seen from Tagaytay City
|Elevation||963 m (3,159 ft)|
|Listing||Inactive Volcanoes of the Philippines|
|Age of rock||Pliocene |
|Volcanic arc/belt||Southwestern Luzon Volcanic Field /
Mount Malepunyo (also known as Mount Malipunyo or Malarayat Range) is an extinct volcano located on Luzon Island in the Philippines. The mountain is located between the provinces of Batangas, Laguna and Quezon. It is popular among mountaineers, and has three interconnected destinations: Mt. Malepunyo, the highest; Mount Susong-Dalaga (also known as Mt. Susong-Cambing); and Manabu Peak.
- "Inactive Volcanoes of the Philippines-Page 5". Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. Retrieved on 2011-02-06.
- Frederick L. Wernstedt, Joseph Earle Spencer. "Philippine Island World: a physical, cultural and regional directory", p.21.
- (2007-10-25)."Mt. Malepunyo (Mt. Malarayat)". Pinoy Mountaineer. Retrieved on 2011-09-26.
- Philippine Commission. "Annual Reports of the War Department, 1906, Vol. 9", pg. 384. Washington Government Printing Office, 1907.
- Mt. Malepunyo (Mt. Malarayat) on Pinoy Mountaineer