Klong Tron National Park
Klong Tron national parkKlong Tron National Park is comprised of fertile forest areas and several beautiful waterfalls. The park covers an area of 324,240.80 rai or 518.80 square kilometers. It was announced a national park on December 4, 2003. Major scenic attractions are Huai Niam Waterfall, Kokmonkeaw Waterfall, Suea Dow Waterfall, Pha Tung Waterfall, Khao Phu Miang and some well-known beautiful cliffs. There is also a canal named ‘Klong Tron’. Klong Tron Waterfall, also called Huai Pong Waterfall, flows from Klong Tron creek. There are two falls. The first has four tiers and is 20 meter high. The second is 1.5 kilometer from the first and is 30 meter high. Visitors need to walk along the creek up to other tiers, though the distance is quite far. Huai Kom Waterfall is located in the midstream of Huai Kom in Ban Huai Kom, Nam Phai Sub District. It consists of 3 falls. The first is a single-tier 15-meter fall. The second, a double-tier 15-meter fall, is 200 meter from the first. The third is also a single-tier fall. It is located 30 meters from the second fall and is 20 meter high. To get there, visitors have to walk from Huai Kom Village for about five kilometers because there is no road towards the falls. Pha Phumiang is a beautiful high cliff which is notable for its large dimension, from where the landscape of the whole village can be observed. It is possible to camp on the top plain of the cliff but there is no facility available. Pha Phumiang is located between Ton Kanoon Village and Bang Kham Pom Village. Visitors must travel on foot as there is no road towards the cliff. Chan Cave is located in the right side of Klong Tron National Park, in the area of Phak Kwa Sub District and Sangthongkan Sub District. The cave is a midsize marble cave with stalagmites and stalactites inside. There are a lot of bats living in the cave. Chan Cave is 200 meter deep and 15 meter wide. It is possible to get there by car.To reach Klong Trong National Park, from Uttaradit Province to Nam Pad District, drive along Highway No. 1045 for 68 kilometers. From Nam Pad District Office, drive along Highway No. 1212 (Huai Duea- Ban Pia route) to Ban Ton Kanoon for 23 kilometer to reach the national park office.