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 Description:   Pha Daeng and Phu Pha Daeng Viewpoint is another very high altitude area of the eastern side of the Phetchabun basin. Pha Daeng is a red sandstone layer. It is about 800 meters above sea level and 200 meters above the level of the highway 12, the viewpoint area is a flat stone terrace on top of the cliff.
Pha Daeng is a red sandstone, Phu Phan category. Korat red sandstone group, aged 100-120 million years. The rock layers are almost parallel and horiztntal. They formed a cliff This is due to the uplift of the Indochina Micro Plate as a result of moving towards the western Shan-Thai Micro Plate.
On the red cliff viewpoint In addition to having a spectacular eagle cliff, you will also be able to see the scenery and the wonders of the mountains and the natural rock formations that are very impressive. The best period is in winter during December - January when you will be able to see the changing color of the forest where the deciduous trees are so large that you can see them as well.

Getting there:
You can see the viewpoint at the top of the mountain from the Highway 12 and can walk up to the top of the cliff through the Chao Pho Pha Daeng Shrine or you can drive in direction to Wang Yao village from the Phu Pha Daeng Wildlife Sanctuary.  The road is quite steep, but not very long.
 
 Province   Phetchabun  Direction:      
 District   Lom Sak    
 City   Pak Chong  Comments:    Official Web:    
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 Entry fee   Free     GPS :   16.74392, 101.40998    
                     
                     
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