Fanxipang peak is considered a massive roof of Indochina with a height of 3143m. It is a very famous mountain to conquer with difficult roads up and down burning desire of many young enthusiasts to explore.
There are two ways to conquer Phan Xi Pang safely, you should go to Cat Cat Village, find the natives to ask their guide or purchase of the travel company.
During a climbing journey is towering high steep, exhausting the strength and willing of the climbers. Standing before a imposing Fanxipan, people like a small creature of nature. During arduous journey, the ferocious terrestrial leechs are always lurking. Getting higher, the chills crept into each layer of clothes, in winter there is snow, soaking to the skin of the climbers. Then the dense bamboo forest, can make you get lost anytime.
A utopia is that you might be like to touch, grasp the clouds at altitude up to 2400m. A feeling like you're in heaven watching the immense mountains, fluffy white clouds wrapped around. At this altitude the cold winds blow all year round, the thin air so there is no longer dense forest. Getting higher, the trees are replaced by a giant vegetation, is extremely diverse and unique in Vietnam. Here you will have the feeling like passing through a cloud as they are absorbed hanging on mountains, clear blue cloudless sky opened ... the journey continues ...
Climb a long way more is going to mark milestones in 1905 that the French had conquered at 2963m altitude. At this height, one side is a superb high cliff, and one side is the abyss, just one little stumble could be died at this Hoang Lien Son. The more dangerous the more impulse to come to explore of climbers.
A metal cylindrical pyramid built in 1960 by an expert team of Poland in one time of fieldwork is shinning up and that is the destination, where people are regardless of lurking dangers, stretching all the arduous journey only to be able to touch it. In fond is an imposing giant rock listed up by the small stones, Fansipan peak shows up like that.
Hua - Si - Pan (protruding giant rocks) -a name called by native people shows somewhat characteristic of Phanxipang. Standing on top of the mountain, people no longer feel small before nature any more, which is exactly the opposite feeling as natural as to subdue the smallness of human.