Topography Sri Nan national park covers Wiang Sa, Na Noi, and Na Muen districts in Nan province. Parts of Ban Kok and Fak Tah districts of Uttaradit province are also in the park. The park was formerly called Mae Sakorn national park with 435 square kilometers area. Later the size was increased to 934 square kilometers and the name have been changed to Sri Nan national park.
The park contains mountain ranges running north to south. Important peaks are Doi Muang Prae, Doi Khun Huay Huk, Khun Huay Ya Sai and Doi Luang. Nan river and other streams flow through the park.
There are mainly two kinds of forests:
- Evergreen forest - dry evergreen, hill evergreen and pine forests.
- Deciduous forest - dipterocarp and mixed deciduous forests.
Tourist attractions Interesting places in the park are: Sao Din and Kok Sua soil outcrop eroded by wind, Pak Nai large forest area with beautiful scenes, Kaeng Luang stone range across the Lam Nam Nan river, Doi Pha Choo view point on the steep high cliff from where one can get a panorama scene with Nan river.
Accommodations and facilities Camping area is available but tourists have to take their own tent and equipment. There are shops selling foods.
How to get there From Phrae provincial city take highway no. 101 to the north-east to Wiang Sa town. Then turn right into highway no. 1026 (Wiang Sa - Na Noi) and travel for 35 km to an intersection. Take left turn into Na Noi - Pang Hi road and drive for 16 km. There is a national park sign mark where the turn-off route to the left takes 2 km to the headquarters.
Contact address Sri Nan National Park
P.O.Box 14, Amphur Na Noi
Nan Province 55150