There are many attractions spreading across Vietnam. However, not all of them are easy to travel. Some destinations require you to have a strong heart and enough courage to overcome all challenges.
Pha Luong Peak
40km from Moc Chau, Tan Xuan Commune, Chieng Xuan District is Pha Luong mountain. It belongs to the mountainous area bordered by Vietnam-Lao border crossings in the east of Moc Chau, Son La. At the altitude of over 2,000m above sea level, the road leading to Pha Luong is extremely sloping, rough and narrow. Only the experienced backpackers can take a trekking trip to this place.
However, all difficulties mean nothing when you come to Pha Luong Peak, the roof of Moc Chau. From this viewpoint, you can see the whole forests and mountains in Northwest. Moreover, the invisible mist covering this place makes it more fantastic.
Bach Moc Luong Tu
Bach Moc Luong Tu Mount lies at the intersection of Lai Chau and Lao Cai Province. At the altitude of 3,064m above sea level, this place contains the treacherous and nasty terrain that is not suitable for leisure travels.
Hidden in the mist, it is a great destination for those interested in taking the unique pictures and immersing themselves into magical landscapes. The most wonderful moment you should not skip when traveling to this place is enjoying the sunset’s beauty on Muoi Mountain. It is an impressive destination that many adventurous travelers desire to visit.
Apart from the northwest areas, Northeast Vietnam also contains some huge mountains with the vast terrace fields. Northeast region is home to a wonderful tourist attraction called Tay Con Linh. When coming to this place in the winter, you may feel like you are enjoying the marvelous beauty of European countries. It is so great that all backpackers want to visit it at least once in their lifetime
Situated in Hoang Su Phi District to the west of Ha Giang Province, this place is about 46km far from the center. At the attitude of 2419m, Tay Con Linh is the highest mountain in Northeast and has the most difficult terrains for rock climbing. The path across Tay Con Linh is very rough and hard to move. It contains the high edge of cliffs, narrow dirt tracks with dense forest. To conquer this land, travelers who are interested in outdoor adventure need to have the courage to get through all difficulties.
Leaving all majestic mountains in the north parts of Vietnam, you should take a stop in Ca Pass, the longest pass located in Central Highland Vietnam. It provides a fantastic viewpoint of both forest and sea.
Ca Pass lies between Hai Son Mountain and Da Bia Mountain, at the height of over 330m. The total length of this pass is around 12km. It closely connects Khanh Hoa with Phu Yen. The road twists and turns in a bewildering manner so that it is a great challenge for those who are fans of outdoor adventures.