Ma Pi Leng Pass Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

4.4 mi
DISTANCE
895 ft
GAINED
2.5 %
AVG. GRADE

0.7 FIETS
FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Patrick Morris, San Francisco, CA, USA - veloasia.com and indochinatravel.com; Vietnames cycling tour guide Sinh Balo (sinhbalo@gmail.com)

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This 7 kilometer bike climb is located in Hà Giang, Vietnam. The average gradient is 2.5% and there is a total elevation gain of 273 m, finishing at 1,225 m.

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Cycling Ma Pi Leng Pass, Hà Giang Province, Vietnam

Cycle 7 kilometers gaining 275 meters to elevation 1,225 meters at 2.5% average grade.

Photo - North-Vietnam.com

Vietnames cycling tour guide Sinh Balo (sinhbalo@gmail.com ) says of this climb “Ma Pi Leng Pass is my favorite mountain pass in Vietnam and i love to ride it each year.  

Along with Hoang Lien Son, Pha Din and Khau Pha, Ma Pi Leng Pass is one of the 4 most famous mountain passes in Northern Vietnam.

Dangerousroads.com says of this cycling segment “It’s said to be the most astonishing mountain road in all of Vietnam.”

The climb to the pass has many hairpins and sheer cliffs as well as extraordinary views and scenery.

The pass is named after Mả Pí Lèng ban,

Yi girl wearing her traditional clothing

The Yi or Nuosuo people (traditionally known as Lolo) are an ethnic group of mountainous, in Vietman only found in the Lũng Cú commune of the Dong  Van District which surrounds this climb.