Mae Wa National Park

Mae Wa National Park

Mae Wa National Park

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Mae Wa National Park Mae Wa, Thoen, Lampang. Is a high mountain range With Doi Ta Chi as the highest peak. With a height of 1,027 meters above sea level.
The forest conditions vary according to the height of the area. Is a mixed deciduous forest, deciduous forest, pine forest and raw drought. Mountains in the park Is a long plain along the ridge.
Mae Wa National Park There are large trees and abundant herbs. Including a variety of orchids and flowers. Both types of soil and forest conditions, causing many animals and plants to live.
But interesting is that flying lizards are currently rare. In August-November, the atmosphere is full of wild flowers. It is the most beautiful forest, foggy peak. Waterfalls and creeks have strong water flow. Attractions in the park include:
Mae Wa Waterfall The surrounding area is steep mountains. There is Doi Pha Luang, the origin of this waterfall and will eventually flow into the Wang River. Mae Wa Waterfall has 9 floors, each floor has different beauty.
There is a walk up to the 8th floor waterfall. The route between the waterfall level 1-4, distance of 700 meters, can be easily walked from there. The trail starts steep up to the 8th floor, a total distance of 2.2 kilometers.
For the 9th floor, there is the name of Tat Luang, with a height of about 100 meters. Must climb the cliff from the 8th floor waterfall and go further.
there is also Nature trail Is a walk up the hill through deciduous forests and mixed forest. Walk up the ridge through the scenic spot until you find the 8th floor waterfall. The total distance is about 3.8 kilometers. It is suitable for walking and changing colors during the dry season.
Travel: Take Highway No. 1 through Mae Phrik District, Lampang Province. About 500 kilometers, there is a junction to the park office. Pass this junction for about 6 kilometers to reach the National Park Protection Unit. The waterfall is about 500 meters away.
Nam Pha Pha Ngam Cave In the area of Ban Wang Samran Phrabat Wang Tuang Subdistrict, Mae Phrik District. Is a large limestone cave There is a way to go and have a lot of depth. Inside the cave there is water flowing through And with beautiful stalactites.
Phra Chedi Cave Is a medium-sized limestone cave Inside the cave there is a stalagmite-shaped stalagmite on the floor and a reservoir layer. There are many elephant caves and small caves. Which these caves are about 3 kilometers away from Ban Nam Dib.
The park has 3 houses, can accommodate 6 people at 1,800 baht / night / night. There is a tent and tent for service. Inquire at Mae Wa National Park, Mae Wa Subdistrict (Mae Wa Subdistrict), Thoen District, Lampang Province 52213
Travel: From Lampang, take Highway No. 1, then Thoen District, about 17 kilometers to the kilometer at 497-498. There is a right-hand junction next to Mae Wa Witthaya School for about 5 kilometers.
The left-hand junction is a concrete path to the Mae Wa National Park Office. Which is near the reservoir of the village. Or if traveling by bus, get off at Mae Wa Police Fort Then ride a motorbike to enter the park.
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