|New trail to a Waterfall Loei Thailand Travel Guide
Phu Kradueng National Park opens up its new trekking route at the south of the Park, which takes in the bamboo jungle and Tad Rong waterfall, an enormous, steep cascade with an abundance of water. The waterfall measures 40 metres in width and 50 metres in height. It was named “Tad Rong” (Cry of the Water) due to the sound of the water crashing on to the rocks below.
According to the TAT’s Loei Office, the route also has historical importance. It was used as a link to Phetchabun province by the Free Thai Group during WWII to escape the invasion of Japanese soldiers.
There are a several rapids, pre-historic paintings and also panoramic viewpoints along the route. For details, call 042-871333 or 811405.