Conquer 3,000m Bach Moc Luong Tu Mount

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Bach Moc Luong Tu range which is 3,046m above the sea level has become an attraction to many adventurous tourists because of its primary and breathtaking beauty.

It is the fourth tallest mountain in Vietnam, trailed by Fansipan (3,143m), Pu Ta Leng (3,096m), and Pu Si Lung (3,076m). Lying between two northern provinces of Lai Chau and Lao Cai, the mountain with hasty and rocky terrain was discovered by adventurous tourists in 2012.

To climb to the top of the mountain, visitors must travel 30km of forest road and experience different types of terrain like bare hills, wood and bamboo forest and high, adventurous and sheer rock.

Visitors can conquer the Bach Moc Luong Tu’s peak from two ways: Departing from Den Sung Hamlet in Sin Suoi Ho Village, Phong Tho District, Lai Chau Province or from Ki Quan San Hamlet in Sang Ma Sao Village, Bat Xat District in Lao Cai Province.

Here are breathtaking photos about Bach Moc Luong Tu mountain top:

It lies at 3,045 metres above sea level between the northern mountainous provinces of Lai Chau and Lao Cai.

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