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20 Spots to View the Sea of Mist across Thailand

Travelling to be close to nature is what people in today’s digital world long for. 

Thailand is blessed with a variety of natural attractions; from mountains, underwater realms, to one of the natural phenomena that travellers fancy - sea of mist.

Although Thailand is located in the tropics, there are many spots to see the sea of

mist. Some are just a step away from your car or a short/long walk from the parking lot. 

Even though the journey is exhausting, it will be all worth it when you stand at the scenic spot embraced by beautiful surrounding mountains, wind blowing, and white fluffy clouds.


Northern Region  

1. Phu Chi Fa, Tambon Tap Tao, Amphoe Thoeng, Chiang Rai


This hill has a skyward pointed tip with a long cliff face protruding toward Lao PDR.; hence, the name “Phu Chi Fa”. There is a wide grass field covering the hilltop. Phu Chi Fa offers a panoramic view of the sea of mist, sunrise, and sunset. Tourists can visit all-year round. If they come in February – March, the white flowers of orchid trees are in bloom. 

Before hiking to Phu Chi Fa, visitors are recommended to contact a village at 

the foot of the hill; such as, Ban Rom Fa Thai or Ban Rom Fa Thong to organise pickup trucks 

to the starting point. Tourists can also use the pickup truck service at the Tap Tao Sub-district Administration Organisation’s Visitor Centre (the main tourist information centre of Phu 

Chi Fa). It is available from 4.30 a.m. onwards. The return fare is 60 Baht/person for a 

10-minute ride to the starting point. Then, continue on foot for about 800 metres to the viewpoint.

For more information, contact the Phu Chi Fa Forest Park at Tel. 08 0133 4007, 

08 9835 8101.

To get there:From the provincial city ofChiang Rai, take Highway No.1020 (Chiang Rai - Thoeng), followed by Highway No. 1021 (Thoeng - Ban Pi). Then, turn left onto Highway 

No. 1155 through Ban Pang Kha and turn right onto Highway No. 1093 to Phu Chi Fa.


2. Phu Chi Dao, Tambon Po, Amphoe Wiang Kaen, Chiang Rai 

Located between Phu Chi Fa and Doi Pha Tang, this viewpoint has a skyward pointed tip with a long cliff face protruding towards the sky; hence, the name “Phu Chi Dao”.This scenic spot boasts the sunrise, sunset, and sea of mist, with a clear view of Phu Chi Fa, Phu Chi Duean, and Doi Pha Mon. Another highlight of Phu Chi Daois the border pole between Thailand and Lao PDR. located at the peak. There is a long wooden balcony to see the viewand protect visitors from falling. Tourists can visit all-year round.

To get to Phu Chi Dao, take Highway No. 1093.  Then, all vehicles park at the parking lot as the road is rather narrow and with limited parking space. Use the local pickup service to the starting point, which is available from 4.30 a.m. onwards. Round-trip fare is 100 Baht/person. Take 

a 10-minute ride to the starting point. Then, another 350-metre walk to the top of the mountain.

The nearest accommodation is privately owned and located along Highway No. 1093 at the parking lot. There is also a restaurant available. 

To get there: From the provincial city of Chiang Rai, take the same route as Phu Chi Fa. Follow Highway No. 1093 and turn left for Doi Pha Tang. At Ban Rom Pho Ngoen, on the right you will find the road leading up to Phu Chi Dao. 


3. Doi Pha Tang, Tambon Po, Amphoe Wiang Kaen, Chiang Rai

Doi Pha Tang boasts a landscapeof an undulating mountain range, where its top is a spot for the sunrise, sunset, and mist shrouding the mountain ranges. It also overlooks the Mekong River, a natural border between Thailand and Lao PDR. Doi Pha Tang is open all-year round. From the parking lot, it is a 200-metre walk along the ridge to the viewpoint. 

The first point is "Pha Bong ", followed by "Sala Keng Chin",“Chong Pha Khat”, “Noen 102”, and the farthest is "Noen 103", which is about 1 kilometre from the parking lot. During December to January, enjoy the beautiful Wild Himalayan Cherryin full bloom. At the foot of Doi Pha Tang, there are bungalows, restaurants, and souvenir shops. 

To get there: From the provincial city of Chiang Rai, take Highway No.1233 (Chiang Rai - Wiang Chai) and onto Highway No. 1173 (Wiang Chai - Phaya Mengrai). Then, take Highway No. 1152 (Phaya Mengrai - Ban Ta) and followed by Highway No. 1020 (Ban Ta - Ban Tha Charoen). Then, proceed via Highway No. 1155 (Ban Tha Charoen - Wiang Kaen - Pang Hat) and onto Rural Highway No. Cho Ro 4029 to Doi Pha Tang.


4. Doi Inthanon National Park, Tambon Ban Luang, Amphoe Chom Thong, Chiang Mai 

Doi Inthanon is a part of the Himalayas, which ranges across Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, and ends at Northern Thailand.It isThailand’s highest mountain at 2,565 metres above sea level. Dense summit forest with diverse flora is the source of important tributaries. It is cold throughout the year. Especially in winter, the temperature is very low and there is fog throughout the day. Sometimes, visitors will see a grass frostor locally known as “Moei Khap”.

Doi Inthanon boasts many viewpoints; such as, Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Phra Mahathat Naphapholphumisiri (Km. 41.5), KioMae Pan nature trails (Km. 42), and the Royal Thai Air Force’s radar station at the peak (Km. 48).

In addition, explore Ang Ka Luang nature trails, Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, 

and many waterfalls. During January – February, visitors will findthe rare Rhododendron arboretum tree in full bloomat the peak and Kio Mae Pan. 

The Parkoffers bungalows, restaurants, and a Visitor’s Centre. For more information, contact the Doi Inthanon National Parkat Tel.0 5328 6729. There are also several private accommodation and dining places on the way uphill.

To get there:From the provincial city ofChiang Mai, take Highway No.108 (Chiang Mai – Chom Thong). At Km. 57, about 1 kilometre before reaching Amphoe Chom Thong, turn right onto Highway No. 1009 (Chom Thong - Inthanon). The distance of 48 kilometres to Doi Inthanon is paved with an asphalt road with steep slopes, but all vehicles can drive up there.


5. Doi Kio Lom Viewpoint, Huai Nam Dang National Park, Tambon Kuet Chang, Amphoe Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai 

Doi Kio Lom Viewpoint is located in the Huai Nam Dang National Park’s headquarters surrounded by mountain ranges. To the east of this scenic spot, visitors can see the sunrise and mist shrouding the protruding Doi Luang Chiang Dao - Thailand's third highest mountain. In January, enjoy the beautiful Wild Himalayan Cherry, which are planted at the Tourist Centre, in full bloom. 

The Viewpoint offers bungalows, camping sites, bathrooms, and restaurants. For more information, contact the Huai Nam Dang National Parkat Tel.0 5324 8491, 08 4908 1531.

To get there:From the provincial city ofChiang Mai, take Highway No.107. At the Mae Malai T-junction, turn left onto Highway No. 1095 (Mae Malai - Pai). Then, go straight to Km. 65-66, you will find the entrance to the Huai Nam Dang National Park on the right. Turn right for another 6 kilometres to the Park’s office and Doi Kio Lom Viewpoint.


6. Doi Mae Taman (San Pa Kia), TambonMae Na, Amphoe Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai 

There are 2 viewpoints on Doi Mae Taman: the San Pa Kia Highland Agricultural Research Station.The former is under the Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University. This scenic spot boasts the sunrise and sea of mist with Doi Luang Chiang Dao as the backdrop. And another viewpoint is Mae Taman Watershed Management Unit.The latter is located 300 metres from the San Pa KiaHighland Agricultural Research Station and is ideal for watching the sunset. In January, enjoy thebeautiful Wild Himalayan Cherry in full bloom. It is a favourite spot for photography.

Both scenic viewpointsoffer bungalows, and camping sites. For more information, contact theSan Pa KiaHighland Agricultural Research Station,Tel. 0 5322 2014, and Mae Taman Watershed Management Unit, Tel. 08 9854 4014.

To get there:From the provincial city ofChiang Mai, take Highway No.107 (Chiang Mai - Fang). Turn left between Km. 67-68 at the entrance to Ban Mae Na. From here for 21 kilometres is a dirt road to Doi Mae Taman. Must use a four-wheel-drive vehicle.


7. Ban Cha Bo, Tambon Pang Mapha, Amphoe Pang Mapha, Mae Hong Son 

Ban Cha Bois the Black Lahu hill tribe village with its main viewpoint at the entrance of the village. There are restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. In the morning, visitors will enjoy the scene of a uniquely picturesque sunrise andmist shrouding the limestone mountains that surround the village.Tourists can visit all-year round.

The village has homestay accommodation for tourists. For more information, please contact the Ban Cha Bo Ecotourism Community, Tel. 08 0677 5794.

To get there:Take Highway No.1095 (Pai - Mae Hong Son) through AmphoePang Mapha. About 10 kilometres, turn right onto Highway No. 1266 at the T-juntion. It is another 4 kilometres to Ban Cha Bo.


8. Doi Hua Mot, Tambon Umphang, Amphoe Umphang, Tak 

The hilltop is covered with grass and drought-tolerant bushes; hence, the name "Doi Hua Mot” or “Khao Hua Lon”. It offers a panoramic view and is a spot for viewing the sunrise with the sea of mist. The scenic spot also overlooks Amphoe Umphang located in the lower valley. In the rainy season from July to August, Doi Hua Mot is covered in pink from blooming Impatiens violaeflora Hook. f.(ดอกเทียนดอย)

There are two viewpoints: 

Point 1is at Km. 9 plus a 1.5-kilometre walk with a slight slope. The sea of mist in this area is named the most beautiful point on Doi Hua Mot.
Point 2is at Km. 10 - take a left turn from the parking lot and a further 300-metre walk. 

For accommodation near Doi Hua Mot, there is a camping ground in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. For more information, Tel.0 5557 7318, 08 5450 8983.

To get there:From the provincial city of Tak, take Highway No.105 (Tak - Mae Sot), followed by Highway No. 1090 (Mae Sot - Umphang) to Amphoe Umphang. Go to Ban Pa La Tha and at Km. 10-11, there will be a left turn to Doi Hua Mot.


9. Mon Khruba Sai, Mon Phun Suda, Mon Kio Lom, Mae Moei National Park, Amphoe Tha Song Yang, Tak

Mae Moei National Park features a rugged mountain range, which is a Thailand-Myanmar natural border.The Moei River flows through its dense forest contributing to high humidity. Visitors can enjoy the sea of mist all-year round.There are several scenic spots for viewing the sea of mist, but the most popular are the ones accessible by vehicles;

Mon Khruba Sai is located about 7 kilometres from the Park headquarters.It is a spot for the morning mist and sunset.

Mon Phun Suda is located about 200 metres from Mon Khruba Sai. It is a scenic spot for viewing the sea of mist that originates from the valleywith the Moei River flowing through. Visitors will see beautifully dense mist.

Mon Kio Lom is located about 13 kilometres from the Park headquarters.The sea of mist can be seen from both the east and west. It is also a spot of the sunrise in the mountains.

The Park headquarters offers bungalows, camping sites, and restaurants. In addition, the scenic spots offer a camping ground with bathrooms, but no restaurants. Visitors have to prepare their own food. For more information, Tel. 06 3017 1302, 08 8290 7964. 

To get there:From the provincial city of Tak, take Highway No.1175 and turn onto Highway No. 105. Keep going through Amphoe Tha Song Yang and turn right onto Highway No. 1267 (Mae Salit - Omkoi), at the Mae Salit Luang T-junction. It is another 11 kilometres to the Park headquarters.


10. Doi Samoe Dao, Si Nan National Park, Tambon Si Sa Ket, Amphoe Na Noi, Nan 

Doi Samoe Daoboasts a savannah biomewith the eastern side of the ridge overlooking the sunrise and mist in the morning. “Pha Hua Sing”(on the right-hand side), 

“Pha Chu" (on the left-hand side,) and the flowing Nan River in the valley below are also visible from here. On the western side of the ridge, visitors can admire the mist in the morning and beautiful sunset. "Pha Chu" is another scenic viewpoint located 4 kilometres further. Located there is the longest national flagpolerope in Thailand with its pull stringof more than 200 metres long from the ground to the cliff. Watching the sunrise and sea of mist here is as beautiful as at Doi Samoe Dao. 

Si Nan National Park offers bungalows, camping sites, and restaurants for tourists. For more information, Tel.0 5470 1106, 0 5473 1714

To get there:From the provincial city ofNan, take Highway No.101 to Amphoe  Wiang Sa and turn left onto Highway No. 1026 to AmphoeNa Noi. Then, take Highway No. 1083 for about 20 kilometres to Doi Samoe Dao.


11. Suan Ya Luang, Ban San Charoen, Tambon Pha Thong, Amphoe Tha Wang Pha, Nan 

Suan Ya Luang was the Yao ethnic group’sopium plantation area, which is now Ban San Charoen. The area has shifted to growing coffee and has become Nan’s famous coffeegrowing region. Doi Suan Ya Luang, situated on the altitude above the coffee plantation, boasts a savanna biome with a panoramic view. The viewpoint also acts as a natural boundary between AmphoeTha Wang Pha, Nan Province, and AmphoePong, Phayao Province. Visitors will enjoy the sea of mist, sunrise, and sunset, from this viewpoint. 

To see the scenery on Suan Ya Luang, visitors will start their journey with a four-wheel-drive from Ban San Charoen. Along the route from the village to the top of the scenic point, visitors will find coffee plantations spreading throughout the valley. In the morning, the mist shrouding thecoffee plantation offers a refreshing atmosphere and exotic views. 

There is accommodation for tourists called “Coffee farm stay”, which is simple  accommodation in the middle of a coffee plantation located on the way from Ban San Charoen to the viewpoint. For inquiriesabout the accommodation, a four-wheel-drive, and nearby tourist attractions, contact the Doi Suan Ya Luang Ecotourism Group, Ban San Charoen, Tel. 08 6390 7737.

To get there:From the provincial city ofNan, take Highway No.101 pass the Tha Wang Pha District Office. Turn left onto Highway No. 1148 at the T-junction. Keep going straight for about 15 kilometres and turn left at the entrance to the Ban Nam Mong School – Pang Sa. Then go straight for about 33 kilometres to Ban San Charoen.


12. Phu Langka Viewpoint, Tambon Pha Chang Noi, Amphoe Pong, Phayao  

It is located along Highway No. 1148 between Km. 69-70.  When viewed from this viewpoint, visitors will see a small isolated limestone mountain in the middle of a savannahbiome surrounded by mountains. Enjoy the beautiful combinationof the morning mist andgolden sunrise. Visitors can enjoy the sea of mist all-year round.

The Viewpoint offers bungalows, restaurants, and coffee shops. It is assumed that the name “Phu Langka Viewpoint” comes from the name of a resort in the area. This is because a protruding limestone mountain in the middle of a field is visibly prominent from that resort. But actually “Phu Langka” is the name of another mountain in the Phu LangkaForest Park,AmphoeChiang Kham, Phayao province. 

To get there:From the provincial city ofPhayao,take Highway No.1021 to Amphoe Chiang Kham. Follow onto Highway No.1148 (Nan route). Between Km. 69-70, you will find the scenic spot on the left-hand side.


Northeastern Region

13. Phu Thok, Tambon Chiang Khan, Amphoe Chiang Khan, Loei 

Phu Thok is a mountain not far from Amphoe Chiang Khan with the district’s Telecom Station at the top. It is also a spot for viewing the sunrise and sea of mist. There is a frequent chance to view the sea of mist, especially in the late rainy season to winter. In addition, visitors can see the Mekong River, which is the natural border between Thailand and Lao PDR., and houses in Amphoe Chiang Khan, from this scenic spot.

Tourists are recommended to stay along the road by the Mekong River in Amphoe Chiang Khan because it offers many accommodation and facilities. It is quite popular among tourists.

To get there:From Amphoe Chiang Khan, take Highway No.211 (Chiang Khan-Pak Chom). At about 6 kilometres, follow the road sign and turn right at the junction for Phu Thok. Go straight for about 3 kilometres to the entrance of Phu Thok.Visitors must park here and use the shuttle service provided by the Chiang Khan Subdistrict Administrative Organisation to the scenic spot. The round trip is 25 Baht/person and is available from 4.30 a.m. onwards.


14. Phu Huai I San, Tambon Ban Muang, Amphoe Sangkhom, Nong Khai

A scenic spot on the hilltop surrounded by the villagers’ rubber plantations. Visitors will enjoy the sunrise in the middle of the Mekong River and Lao PDR.’s rugged mountain rangeas a backdrop. With the humidity of the Mekong River, there is a probability to view the sea of mist especially in the late rainy season to winter.

Private vehicles are prohibited. To see the sunrise and sea of mist on Phu Huai I San, visitors are obligated to take the local transportation. The pick-up point is at the Ban Muang Subdistrict Administrative Organisation starting from 4.30 a.m. The ride takes 45 minutes. For more information, Tel. 09 6068 2362.

No accommodation or restaurant is availableon Phu Huai I San. Tourists can stay at resorts and eat at restaurants by the Mekong Rivernear Amphoe Sangkhom.

To get there:From Amphoe Sangkhom,take Highway No.211 (Loei route). About 22 kilometres to Ban Muang, visitors will come across parking spots and take a shuttle service to Phu Huai I Sanon the right-hand side with a clear sign.


15. Pha Taem, Pha Taem National Park, Tambon Huai Phai, Amphoe Khong Chiam, Ubon Ratchathani 

"Pha Taem" is a steep cliff with Lao PDR. on the opposite end. The Mekong River is a natural border running parallelwith the cliff. This is the vantage point forThailand's earliest sunrisebecause it is located in the easternmost part of the country. With the humidity of the River and forests, there is a probability to view the sea of mist, especially in the late rainy season to winter.

At the bottom of the cliff, there are prehistoric paintings dating back 3,000 years ago appearing at intervals. The Park has a 500-metre pathway from the cliffs above to visit the paintings. Pha Taem National Parkoffers bungalows, camping sites, and restaurants for tourists. For more information, Tel. 0 4525 2581.

To get there:From AmphoeKhong Chiam,take Highway No.2134 (Khong Chiam - Si Mueang Mai). Turn right onto Highway 2112 for Amphoe Khemarat. At Km. 8, turn right for another 5 kilometres to the Park headquarters. 


Central Region

16. Khao Phanoen Thung, Kaeng Krachan National Park, Tambon Kaeng Krachan, Amphoe Kaeng Krachan, Phetchaburi 

Standing 1,207 metres above sea level, Khao Phanoen Thung is located 50 kilometres from the Park’s headquarters.It is embraced by one of the country’smost dense forests contributing to high humidity. Visitors can enjoy the sea of mist all-year round.There are 2 main viewpoints;Scenic Viewpoint Km. 30:Tourist Centre, campsite, restaurants, and restroom are provided. Scenic Viewpoint Km. 36: A scenic spot on the roadside. No facilities.

From the Park’s headquarters, all vehicles can only drive up to the Ban Krang Campsite. As the road is rather rough and narrow, a high-power vehicle will be needed to get to Khao Phanoen Thung. A four-wheel-drive transfer is available at the Park’s Visitor Centre, Tel. 0 3277 2311, and should call 2-3 days in advance. For convenience and tourists’ safety, the up and down times have been scheduled. 

Up time (morning): 5.30 - 7.30 a.m. / (afternoon): 1.00 - 3.00 p.m. 

Down time (morning): 9.00 - 10.00 a.m.  / (afternoon): 4.00 - 5.00 p.m. 

Khao Phanoen Thungis annually open to tourists from 1 November to 31 July and closed from 1 August to 31 October, so that the nature can recover.

To get there: From the provincial city of Phetchaburi, take Highway No. 4. Keep going until reaching AmphoeTha Yang. Then, turn right onto Highway No. 3499 to reach the Kaeng Krachan National Park.


17. Noen Kut Doi and Noen Chang Phueak,Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum, Kanchanaburi 

Noen Kut Doi is a viewpoint in Thong Pha Phum National Park, where visitors will enjoy the sunrise amidst an undulating mountain range and lush green forest. The sea of mist can be seen during the late rainy season to winter (June – January). In addition, Vajiralongkorn Damat the valley below is visible from this viewpoint.

Noen Chang Phueak is another viewpoint situated about 100 metres from Noen Kut Doi and uplooking Khao Chang Phueak, which is the Park’s highest peak.Both Noen Kut Doi and Noen Chang Phueak offer a camping ground, accommodation, and welfare shop. For more information, Tel. 08 1382 0359.

To get there: From the provincial city of Kanchanaburi, follow Highway No. 323 to Amphoe Thong Pha Phum. Then, turn onto Highway No. 3272 (Thong Pha Phum - Ban Rai - Pilok) to the Thong Pha Phum National Park’s headquarters. It is an asphalted roadall the way.


Southern Region

18. Khao Lek Viewpoint (Krung Ching), Ban Bang Nop, Tambon Krung Ching,  Amphoe Nopphitam, Nakhon Si Thammarat 

Khao Lek Viewpoint or the Krung Ching Sea of Mist is a scenic spot on a mountaintop surrounded by dense forest. It is connected to Khao Luang National Parkand Khao Nan National Park. The word "Krung Ching" is derived from "Ching", a tree in the palm family found here. It is called "Khao Lek" since this area formerly had an iron ore, “Lek” in Thai, mine.

The Southern Region is occupied by rainforest, so visitors can enjoy the sea of mist all-year round. Nearby attractions include the Namtok Krung Ching, Tham Hong, and Khlong Kai rafting. Many private accommodation is available in Tambon Krung Ching. For more information, contact theKrung ChingSea of Mist Coordinating Centre, Tel. 08 1080 1441.

To get there:From the provincial city of Nakhon Si Thammarat, take Highway No.401.  At the Tha Sala Junction, turn left onto Highway No. 4140 to Amphoe Nopphitam. At the Amphoe Nopphitam T-junction, turn right onto Highway No. 4186 for 6 kilometres. Then, turn right and continue 1 kilometre to the Khao Lek Viewpoint. 


19. Phu Sala, Ban To Mo, Tambon Phukhao Thong, Amphoe Sukhirin, Narathiwat 


"Phu Sala" or "Thailand - Malaysia Spot for Sea of Mist” is situated within the compound of Wat To Mo, which is a mountaintop temple surrounded by one of the country’s most dense forests “Hala Bala”. From the scenic spot, visitors can enjoy the forest scenery of both Thailand and Malaysia’s with the sea of mist all-year round.

To go to Phu Sala, parking is available at the parking lot of Wat To Mo. Then, walk through the forest for about 1 kilometre. The pathway is quite steep but clearly marked. The scenic spot has a camping ground and restrooms. For more information, please contactthe Phukhao Thong Tourist Coordinating Centre, Tel. 0 7370 9726, 08 4854 4915.

To get there:From the provincial city of Narathiwat, take Highway No.4055. Then, switch onto Highway No. 4115 until Amphoe Sukhirin and followed by Highway No. 4207 to Ban To Mo. 


20. Iyerweng Viewpoint (Ban Kilometre 32),Tambon Iyerweng, Amphoe Betong, Yala 

It is known to the locals as “Microwave Hill” because the TOT’s telecommunications tower is situated there. This scenic viewpoint offers parking spots. Tambon Iyerweng is blessed with mountain ranges, dense forests, and the Pattani River flowing through. Therefore, there is fresh air and high humidity contributing to the sea of mist all-year round.

Visitors can either stay inAmphoe Betongor homestay in Tambon Iyerweng and ride up to the “Microwave Hill” to see the sea of mist in the morning. For enquiries, contact the Iyerweng Subdistrict Administration Organisation at Tel. 0 7328 5111.

To get there:From AmphoeBetong,take Highway No.410 (Yala - Betong) for about 40 kilometres. Turn left at the Km. 32 Bridge and straight on the concrete road for about 7 kilometres to the Iyerweng Viewpoint. 


Suggestions for Viewing the Sea of Mist

- Study the route before travelling; such as, walking distance, or is it reachable by vehicles to physically evaluate and prepare oneself, as well as, estimate the time required to travel. 

- Give yourself ample time. Should arrive at the viewpoint before 6.00 a.m. to catch 

the sea of mist and sunrise. 

- Theviewpoint is usually on high mountains or cliffs. Therefore, take pictures with caution. Do not risk walking near a cliff or climbing.   

- Wear shoes with studded grips to prevent slipping, as the track may be muddy and damp with dew or rain.

- Carry a flashlight in order to light up your pathwhile walking to the viewpoint 

at dawn. 

- Carry a hat, umbrella, or raincoat to protect yourself from dew or rain. 

- Bring drinking water to prevent dehydration, as the routes may be steep and far.