The Tribal Capital of Bukidnon and
Home of the Country's Finest Cowboys
Impasugong, Bukidnon Official Seal
The origin of the town’s name “Impasugong” is a Higaonon term, which means, “make the current come upstream”. The Municipality was called Impasugong after the name of a spring located northwest of Poblacion. It is said that water coming from this spring flows and returns to its source when it meet another body of water from a creek that runs along side of the spring.Thus, the original inhabitants called the spring Impasugong. When this area became a municipality, the people named it Impasugong after the name of the barrio, which is now called Poblacion and where the present seat of municipal government is located.
The place is predominantly inhabited by Higaonons which account to 65% and the 35% are composed of mixed tribes.
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Map and Location
The Municipality of Impasugong is strategically located in the northeastern part of the land locked Province of Bukidnon within the grid coordinates 8 7’ to 8 35’ north latitude and 124 54’ to 124 18’ east longitude. Themunicipality is one of the six municipalities of Central Bukidnon, which is bounded on the north, by the municipality of Claveria, Province of Misamis Oriental, on the northeast it is bounded by the Province of Agusan del Sur, on the southeast by the City of Malaybalay and on the west by the municipalities of Sumilao, Manolo Fortich and Malitbog.