Ta Xua - The Most Amazing Trail In Vietnam?

DavidFL

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Recuperating from my knee replacement I stumbled across this vdo clip on the web





This is Ta Xua the 10th highest mountain in VIetnam. Ta Xua is approx 200 kms fro Hanoi.
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The Ta Xua Nature Reserve was established in 2002.
The topography of the region is characterized by high, steeply sloping mountains, ranging in altitude from 320 to 2765 m a.s.l. with inclinations of between 30◦and 40◦. The climate is humid-tropical and is influenced by the north-east monsoon. At the nearest meteorological station (Phu Yen, c. 40 km from Ta Xua Nature Reserve at 175 m a.s.l.), the annual precipitation ranges from 1600 to 1900 mm, and the average temperature is 20C

Peach trees flowers in season
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But Ta Xua is famous for it's Sea of Fog views from December - March
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Check out these websites for more highlights & info

Ta Xua, 2,865 meters closer to heaven

Ta Sua Nature Reserve (Son La) – video | Northern Vietnam

The peach blossoms in Ta Xua - News VietNamNet

Ta Xua – Place for cloud hunter

Ta Xua - the cloud paradise - Vietnam Travel Guide

Ta Xua – The fairy scene on the Earth - Vietnam Travel Guide


How's going for a ride & a thril?
 
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Rod Page

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DU, You probably saw my post on the original video - basically that for riders who enjoy true adventure, who over pottering around Chiang Mai, stunning Vietnam is your place!
Are you considering this outing, with the GF up, in the early stages of testing your new knee? LOL
 

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DU, You probably saw my post on the original video - basically that for riders who enjoy true adventure, who over pottering around Chiang Mai, stunning Vietnam is your place!
Are you considering this outing, with the GF up, in the early stages of testing your new knee? LOL

Thanks Rod.
Vietnam is awesome there's no doubt, but my attention is actually directed more at Myanmar now, so hopefully in the future some short trips maybe coming up some how.