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Pha Daeng National Park consists of rugged mountains which are heavily influenced by the monsoon rains. The main mountains in the east are mostly formed of sedimentary rocks. These are Doi Thumglab, Doi Huatoe, Doi Khunhuay Sai, Doi Phadang, Doi Thum Ngob and Doi Danfak. The forested main mountains in the west part are Doi Khampra, Doi Pukphukka, Doi Lekjee, Doi Sankiew-khompra, Doi Kiew Who Lom, Doi Tuay and Doi Yang klor. In the lowlands between the range lie the villages of Huay Mae Jok and Hnong Kheaw. Doi Pukphukka, at an altitude of 1,794 metres above sea level, is considered to be the tallest mountain in this area.

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    Mueang Na, Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai 50170 Thailand

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    +66 (0) 5331 7498 

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