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Trail Ridden Direction
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      Nakhai village, 40km outside Vientiane, is the gateway to the very local Houaysaykhao waterfall park as well as a temple complex and Buddhist shrines scattered throughout the hills, connected by technical slick rock trails. There is a small but world class intermediate-to-advanced trail network here for mountain biking. Trail or enduro bikes make the most sense but XC (bring strong tires) and downhill bikes are useable (no shuttle though). The trail network is part of the very large Phou Khao Khouay National Protected Area.
      Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
      Land Status: Conservation Reserve
      Land Manager: Lao Army
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      Open as of Sep 27, 2021

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