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All reviewsworth the climban hourwalking stickearly in the morningflip flopsbottle of waterworth the efforttough walkbring waterfree bottletake your timebring enoughview is amazingwear good shoesentrance feechallenging climbcoming down
My girlfriend and I climbed to the Nong Khiaw viewpoint late in the afternoon. The walk took approximately 1hr up and 45m down. The climb is tough and certainly not for the faint-hearted; make sure you carry plenty of water and wear decent trainers. Very...More
Nong khiaw itself is pretty Low key. The far side of the bridge from the bus station is probably the nicer and better equipped.
The view point walkie a must. It is a reasonably steep track but nothing major. Even in the early wet we...More
Views are absolutely stunning although there was no colorful sunset.
Bring enough water, proper shoes, enough time and a torch (better a head torch instead of your phone). Trust me, on our way back in the dark with rain, we definitely needed two hands to...More
Perhaps our timing was wrong, it was pretty wet & too cloudy but we did find the climb pretty tricky. A lot of the hand rails and ropes need to be improved, some of the climb quickly becomes very slippery with mud and we went...More
It's best to go in the morning even if it means slogging up the mountain in the dark for part of the climb. It's cooler than in the afternoon and even if it's overcast you'll see the thick mist swirling around the mountains which is...More