Khau Phạ Pass
Khau Phạ Pass, Cao Phạ, Mù Cang Chải District, Yên Bái, Vietnam
About Khau Phạ Pass
Khau Phạ Pass, which lies between Văn Chấn District and Mù Căng Chải District, is the most rugged and longest pass on National Highway 32 with a length of 30 kilometers. The area is known for terraced rice paddies.
Attractions near Khau Phạ Pass
The Son La Hydropower Project is the largest and most complex dam project ever built in Vietnam.
Hoang Lien National Park is a national park within Hoang Lien Son Range, in the districts of Sa Pa and Than Uyên of Lào Cai Province, and part of Phong Thổ District in Lai Châu Province. It was one of the best trekking and safari places in Vietnam and also home to several wildlife also.
A scenic valley known for its hiking paths through rice terraces & traditional villages.
The Thác Bà Lake is a manmade lake in Vietnam created by the construction of the Thác Bà hydroelectric plant in the 1960s. Thác Bà is the name of the Bà Falls which pre-existed the dam. It is now one of the water resource to the town and also one of the tourist attraction.
Fansipan is a mountain in Vietnam. The height of the mountain was 3,143 metres in 1909, but now the height of the mountain is 3,147.3 metres . It is the highest mountain in the Indochinese Peninsula , hence its nickname "the Roof of Indochina". It is located in the Lào Cai Province of the Northwest region of Vietnam, 9 km southwest of Sa Pa in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. Administratively, it is shared between Tam Đường district, Lai Châu and Sa Pa town, Lào Cai.
Hoang Lien Son mountain range is a mountain range in Northwest Vietnam. This mountain range is called Hoang Lien Son because there are many celandine trees on this range. The Thai call this mountain range Khau Pha meaning "horn of heaven". It has a cold climate all year round and a lot of rain. In addition, the stone in the string has erupted marks, intrusion marks. The weak soil is high humus due to its high terrain.
Where is Khau Phạ Pass
Discover more attractions in Yên Bái, where Khau Phạ Pass is located
Yen Bai has steep topography, rising from east to west and from south to north. and it is constituted by three majestic colossal mountain ranges including Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range, con Voi Mountain, and limestone mountain. Forestry and farming are the main economic stays of the province.