Ta Chi Nhu mountain in northern Vietnam. Dubbed the Roof of Yen Bai Province, the 2,979-meter Ta Chi Nhu peak in Tram Tau District is Vietnam’s seventh highest. Despite its evident attractiveness, it only became famous in the Vietnamese trekking community in 2013 after a few photo albums of the mountain were uploaded on the Internet and described as “heaven on earth.”Since the arduous trek was to take seven or eight hours, including a break for lunch, our group of 17 traveled from Hanoi to Tram Tau Town, 15 kilometers from our starting point, the previous afternoon by car and stayed the night. An alternative destination is Nghia Lo Town, 30 kilometers from the trek’s starting point.After a quick breakfast at Tram Tau, we traveled on a bone-jarring15-kilometer journey to our starting point, called Mo Chi area. We held a quick discussion with our guides and porters before beginning our trek at 8 a.m. With the porters along, we only had to carry light baggage with snacks and water. Trekkers start their journey to Ta Chi Nhu peak. If you travel in a small group, at the starting point at Mo Chi, you could ask for permission to pass through… Read full this story
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