National Route 7 (Vietnam)

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QL7 marker

National Route 7
Quốc lộ 7
Route information
Length: 225 km (140 mi)
Major junctions
Northwest end: QL 1A QL 1A in Diễn Châu, Diễn Châu District, Nghệ An Province
 

QL 15 QL 15
QL 46 QL 46
TL 534 TL 534
TL 538 TL 538

HCM Hồ Chí Minh Highway
Southeast end: Route 7, LAO.png NR. 7 at Nậm Cắn Pass in Nậm Cắn Commune, Kỳ Sơn District, Nghệ An Province
Highway system

Highways in Vietnam

Đường 6B Đường 7B

National Route 7 (Vietnamese: quốc lộ 7), formerly called National Route 7A (QL7A) is a national highway in Vietnam which runs entirely in Nghệ An Province, North Central Vietnam. The 225 kilometer-long route runs from Diễn Châu (Diễn Châu District) northwestward across Yên Thành, Đô Lương, Anh Sơn, Con Cuông, Tương Dương, Kỳ Sơn districts and reach Laos-Vietnam border at Nậm Cắn. In Nậm Cắn, National Route 7 connects with National Route 7 of Laos.

The last segment from Đô Lương to Nậm Cắn runs through Western Nghe An biosphere reserve including a part of Annamite Range.