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If you’ve made your way to Sapa, chances are you want to climb Vietnam’s highest peak, Mount Fansipan. To make the very most of this special experience, careful planning is necessary and that starts with the time of year you choose to go on this adventure.

There are two seasons that are best for climbing this glorious peak: spring and autumn. There would be minimal chances of rain with the most relaxing temperatures in these seasons. If the cold isn’t your concern, winter can also be on the list, however, your view may get risked of foggy clouds which can be hindrance for you too enjoy the scenery of the surrounding mountains and villages.

A hike during the rainy season is not recommended because the ascent is very long and the trails can become treacherous even if you wear good shoes. Since safety should always be put at the first concern, summer will not be an advisable time for you to conquer the rooftop of Indochina.

If your dates are all flexible, pay close attention to the weather forecast even when you are about to get to Sapa. An extra day of sightseeing in the capital is not bad for the delay if the weather is not good. This might sound a bit troublesome, however, the senery on a clear beautiful day in Sapa and Fansipan would be extremely rewarding if you made a serious attempt.