Great Walls of Loakan

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During this pandemic, traveling is minimal. But to runners out there, there are places that can be explored in Baguio City.

Unfortunately, this so-called Great Walls of Loakan is indefinitely closed to the public until further notice.

As per posting from the Loakan Proper Barangay, Baguio City, Philippines social media page as of 21 October 2020:

To all concerned,
As per meeting conducted in the afternoon of Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at Loakan Proper Barangay Hall,
the so-called GREAT WALLS OF BAGUIO or GREAT WALLS OF KHAWA, PUROK ONGASAN, BARANGAY LOAKAN PROPER, CITY OF BAGUIO IS NOW CLOSED TO NON-RESIDENTS AND NON-WORKERS of the said area and nearby Pidaoan, Purok Ongasan, Loakan Proper, Baguio City and Basa, Camp 4 Barangay, Tuba, Benguet.
The road, part of the Major Mane and Kennon Bypass Road project, is still under construction and still under the care of the project contractor of DPWH-BCDEO.
The meeting was attended by the following:
1. Loakan Proper Barangay Council
2. DPWH-BCDEO Personnel
3. Goldrich Construction and Trading, the contractor of DPWH-BCDEO
4. BCPO-Station 4 New Station Commander, Deputy and one of those who responded / patrolled several times at said area
Signages, temporary gate + checkpoint will be placed.

Sources:

“Great Walls of Baguio” will be Closed to Non-residents and Non-workers

Loakan Proper Barangay, Baguio City, Philippines