Mae Wa National Park is a national park in Lampang. It’s about 582.68 square kilometres large. The landscape mostly consists of mountains and forests, of course. Doi Pha Gee is the highest point, about 1,027 metres higher than the sea level. Anyway, the national park is the origin of many main streams, for examples, Huai Mae Wa, Huai Mae Salaem, Huai Mae Salid etc.
There are many animals and forest zones there. For forest, there are, for examples, mixed forests, tropical rain forests, pine forests etc. For animals, there are tigers, deers, wild rabbits, birds, owls, fishes etc.