Hoang Lien Son Pass Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

7.9
FIETS
14.6 mi
DISTANCE
4,221 ft
GAINED
5.5 %
AVG. GRADE

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Page Contributor(s): Vietnames cycling tour guide Sinh Balo (sinhbalo@gmail.com)

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This 14.6 mile bike climb is located in Tam Đường, Lai Châu, Vietnam. The average gradient is 5.5% and there is a total elevation gain of 4,221 ft, finishing at 6,622 ft.

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Cycling Hoang Lien Son Pass

Ride 23.4 kilometers gaining 1,287 meters to 2,018 meters at 5.5% average grade.

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

This is the highest pass in Vietnam at 2,018 meters above sea level.  It was recognized in 2015 as a National Landscape Site.

Thanks to Vietnames cycling tour guide Sinh (sinhbalo@gmail.com) for contributing this page.

Here is Sinh on a RUN (eeeck!) up this mighty mountain.