Located in Nakhon Si Thammarat, There is nature trail that you can walk and touch the nature to Khao Men peak, 1,100 meters from mean sea level. The park comprises of fertile forest and may beautiful setting, they are Yong, Khlong Chang, Nan Plio, Nan Chon Waterfalls and Khao Ram Rom Peak.
Geographically it is mountain ranges runs North-South consists of many mountains with an average high of 600 meters from average sea level. The important mountains are Mhen, Kuan Tung (Khan Mak mountain as a local name), Wang Heeb, Phra, Lum Roam, Pak Praek, Plai Berg, Koo Ha, etc. The highest mountain is Mhen mountain which is 1,307 meters above average sea level. It's also an important watershed area of many canals consisting of Kui canal, Jung canal, Wang Heeb canal and Pak Praek canal which all of them are very necessary for people living around this area. Generally soil characteristic is clay, clay mixed with friable soil, friable soil mixed with sandy soil and less laterite. Mountain ridges and its shoulders consisted of friable soil, sandy stone and granite stone. Geological Department explored this area and fount out it's abundant of iron and wulframm.
Khao Mhen Waterfall Nam Tok Khao Mhen, about six to seven-levels waterfall, comes from Hemon Mountain Range. There are only two levels of the waterfall, about 18-20 meters high, which are convenient for visitor to visit, and have water drop directly from the cliffs onto the ponds below. The waterfall is situated in a valley between Hemon Mountain Range and Khunmark Mountain Range. Traveler can walk along the stream about one to five kilometers to get there. Many local travelers now like to travel there.
Nam Tok Klong Jung Klong Jung has 5 levels of which flows to step about 500m.
Nan Plew 1 Waterfall The head of river is situation in the Yong Mountain. Location in the Pak Prak is waterfall of water flows about 18 lavels.
Plew Waterfall Nam Tok Pliew, one of the most beautiful waterfalls, comes from Yong Mountain Range, and situates in Pakprag Forest inside the high mountain range. The waterfall is cascading on eight levels, each is 15-18 meters wide and about 25 meters high, and has water all the year round. And because of its high that makes water drop like blowing in the wind, so that the waterfall is called Pliew (means "blowing in the wind") after that. Traveler can walk from Namrob Village about one hour to get there.
Yong Waterfall The Royal Forest Department has declared the waterfall to be Yong Waterfall Park since 1973. Yong Waterfall is a very beautiful waterfall which has water all the year round, and has 15-meter high water drop from its erectedly high cliff directly onto a big pond below. And Yong Noi Waterfall has a wide and erected cliff which its water runs by two ways to meet each other below.
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