VIRAL: Meet the 3-year-old Pinoy who conquered 26 mountains
( - December 8, 2015 - 10:22pm

MANILA, Philippines - This toddler has proven that no feet are too little for an adventure!

While most people have probably never climbed a single mountain in their lives, this Filipino toddler has already climbed 26 mountains in the last three years.

With 5 major climbs crossed out on his list, Wyatt Maktrav Bedural y de los Reyes is certainly living up to the name bestowed upon him -  Wyatt meaning brave or strong and Maktrav short for “Makiling Traverse," a popular hike in the Philippines.

Wyatt in Mt. Apo at 1 year and 11 months old. Wyattmaktrav

His parents, who are both fans of the outdoors, started taking him on a hiking trip when they realized there's no nanny who can take care of him when they go on with their adventures.

According to his blog, at eight months, he has conquered, Mt. Pico de Loro, the highest point in Cavite at 664 meters above sea level.

Wyatt and him mom in Mt. Pico de Loro at 8 months old. Wyattmaktrav

And at age one year and eight months, he conquered the fourth highest mountain in the Philippines, Mt. Kitanglad. Since then, with the help of his parents, he continued traversing other major peaks in the country, including Mt. Apo, Mt. Pulag, Mt. Ugo and Mt. Dulang-Dulang, the second highest mountain in the Philippines, with 2,938 meters elevation.

Wyatt's first major climb at 1 year and 8 months old in Mt. Kitanglad. Wyattmaktrav

Wyatt in Mt. Apo at 1 year and 11 months old. Wyattmaktrav

Wyatt in Mt. Pulag at 1 year and 5 months old. Wyattmaktrav

Wyatt's most recent climb is in Mt.Ugo. Wyattmaktrav

Wyatt in Mt. Dulang-Dulang at 1 year and 8 months old. Wyattmaktrav

Aside from taking on the most mountain climbed by a toddler, Wyatt is also believed to be a record holder for being the youngest to reach the peak of Mt. Apo, at one year and eleven months old while taking the Mindanao mega-traverse.

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