Region 2 marker is not just the attraction in this site but from afar you can actually see picnic huts above mountain. This area is covered by fog on a cold day and sheltered the whole area. It was really cold that day but no fog greeted me (how sad..), good thing is it was such a very clear day and no signs of dark clouds.
A payment of P10.00 is collected to every tourist. The old man, i don't know if he's the collector or the caretaker or overseer to the tourist, can take your pictures at no extra charges but make sure he won't hold your camera backwards.
It is very windy at the top so don't just leave your expensive cameras on the tripod or it might be waft away and poof, goodbye dslr. LOL.
should you want to do some sight-seeing and trekking, this is the place to be... the lush greens and water falls are just some of the must-sees... One of my recommended places would be the imugan waterfalls... though, you would have to surpass a 30-minute trek to get there, i assure you that the whole deal is worth it... though santa fe is kinda laidback, the people are surely warm and hospitable...
Getting to Dalton Pass in Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya, hop on to buses going to Cagayan Valley- Roxas, Tabuk, Tuguegarao, etc. You can ride Victory Liner, Florida Bus Lines, Dalin, Everlasting Bus, just don't forget to tell the conductor/driver you're stepping out of the bus in Dalton Pass, fronting the Police Station, just right after the new arch of Nueva Ecija - Nueva Vizcaya boundaries.
Buses are getting loaded going back to Manila, stay in a well lit location located near the Police Station and use your phone's flashlight to get the bus driver's attention, because there are no lamp posts in the area, only lights from the establishments along the road.