Friday, September 6, 2013

Lao Cai’s top ten beautiful mountains

The northern province of Lao Cai is among of the localities in Vietnam with unique terrain, including many lovely mountains.

The highest mountain of all is Fansipan, followed by Ngu Chi Son in Sapa. The mountainous regions are concentrated around the districts of Sapa, Bat Xat, Muong Khuong, Bac Ha and Si Ma Cai.

Most districts in the province have their own mountains that are attached to legendary stories.

Hoang Lien Moutain Range has other famous mountains such as Pu Luong at 2,985m height, Lung Cung at 2,918m height and Sa Phinh at 2.871m height.

Located in the east of the province is Tay Con Linh Mountain Range from Ha Giang Province.
Cao Son and Con Voi mountain ranges is the living place for the ethnic minority groups of Tay, Nung, Dao and Mong.
  
Fansipan is the highest mountain in the Indochinese region
  

Ngu Chi Son commonly considered the most beautiful mountain in the north-west
  

Ba Me Con Mountain in Bac Ha Town


  Phu Gia Lan Mountain in Khanh Yen Town


Nhiu Co San in Y Ty

  
Nice landscapes around Co Tien Mountain in Muong Khuong District

Cao Son Mountain


Pu Luong Mountain

 Con Voi Mountain Range beside Chay River

Ham Rong Mountain in Sapa District


Source:dtinews

ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like recommend Conquer Mount Fansipan - Sinchai Route tour. At 3143m Mt. Fansipan is the highest peak in Vietnam and the entire Indochina peninsula. This remote trek provides plenty to see and absorb, from the scattered rocks inscribed with drawings and designs of unknown origin, to the French influenced hill retreat town of Sapa with its minority groups, beautiful villas and cherry forests. Our trek to the top of Mt. Fansipan is challenging and will be fully supported every step of the way by our guides, porters and cooks who's local knowledge and understanding of the different hill-tribe cultures we pass along the way will add to the uniqueness of this exhilarating journey.

Highlights 

  • Awesome scenery
  • Great view from the summit
  • Challenging trails
  • Fully supported

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