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Awesome View

This is a nice hike. It starts off very steep but eases up the higher you get. You can’t beat the... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
mfheinonen
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San Diego, California
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Excellent View Right off the Roadside

Went on a short walk after lunch. This roadside spot is varying difficulty, depending where you go... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2017
snipe49445
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Caro, Michigan
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

This is a nice hike. It starts off very steep but eases up the higher you get. You can’t beat the view at the top. Bring water and wear good shoes and you’ll be ok!

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Reviewed 5 July 2017

The trail is not well maintained. For most of the trail we found ourselves wishing we had a machete. (!) Prepare to hike through grass and other foliage 4-5 feet high on a path about 6 inches wide. Despite the high grass, it is a...More

Thank Nancy S
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Went on a short walk after lunch. This roadside spot is varying difficulty, depending where you go. I would highly recommend this very scenic spot for photos. Saw a lot of folks taking selfies, as this spot provides a tremendous background for portraiture

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Reviewed 2 October 2016

Hiked up this trail after reading hiking trails on Guam. After reading the reviews, just realized I hiked up Mt. Jumullong Manglo and not to Lamlam summit. Still the hike rewards you with awesome views and little break from the hot weather. Still very humid...More

1  Thank RV12345678
Reviewed 25 August 2016

We attempted the trek with our adult children and were blessed with a local host who drove us all the way to the area of the highway where a signpost indicated the starting point. We were forewarned that the slopes could be slippery in the...More

1  Thank CV S
Reviewed 17 March 2016

So, the trail to Mt Lam Lam forks near the top. The left fork takes you to Mt Lam Lam and the right fork takes you to Mt Jumullong Manglo (where the crosses are). My two daughters (15 & 8) and I hiked up to...More

1  Thank BobowillTravel
Reviewed 27 September 2015

Good half day hike to the top, lunch and back. Beautiful views. We made it to the crosses but not to the actual peak of actual Mt Lamlam. Fun adventure. .

3  Thank Janice G
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Arguably one of the highest points on earth if you take into account the Marianas Trench resides just off Guam's southern coast. Great view of the island and surrounding waters nonetheless.

2  Thank Kurt U
Reviewed 4 January 2015

Lamlam is a great hike with opportunity for great views, diversions, and bushwacking. I am going to break this hike to Lamlam in three segments: (1) Ascent to ridge (starts at road ends at fork) (2) Hike along ridge to Lamlam 1311 (3) Bushwacking/scrambling to...More

9  Thank Joe M
Reviewed 22 July 2013

The parking lot is at Cetti Bay Overlook and the trail now has a sign across the street. The trail up to the ridge between Lamlam and Jumullong Manglo is easy to follow. It is steep at times and with red clay so it can...More

5  Thank Clint K
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Response from Nancy S | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so. But we had family there and she took us herself. I certainly would not do it alone. It's a (literal) jungle.
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