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great trail. just after the trail crosses the 550m contour the trail is hard to find, might have been easier to follow the 2 sides of a triangle off to the right.

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1 month ago

This trail had some steep areas but there were ropes tied along the trees to help with the elevation. We also took this trail back down so be careful of sliding gravel. It was super hot so bring water. We did this trail in May

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3 months ago

Signage indicates trail is closed June 1 to October 31, 2019. Forest ranger stationed nearby confirmed track is closed

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3 months ago

Found the trailhead fine but it was a shitshow of pathways after that. As far as I could tell I was walking a mtb trail until it turned into a pathway through some small farms. I did pass one waterfall which was a trickle running over some large rocks. Wouldn't recommend without gps. Some nice views of the city through the trees and the odd clearing

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5 months ago

Great guided hike. Beautiful views and a great walk. Strenuous in bite. Not for those with sore legs or the elderly, but doable for kids.

I would not recommend this trail for anyone who wants more than a forest walk. It’s horribly disappointing - both with the views blocked now due to pollution and the lack of physical challenge the hike provides. And you need to pay 200B per group for a guide (mandatory - no way around it)... which I personally dislike hiking with a guide greatly!! I could see how it would be beautiful in November, when our guide said it was the best time to see it, but it wasn’t close to that reality while I was there. So sad because I was truly looking forward to it! Try Doi Suthep instead - I heard there are beautiful Mountain Views and treks there.

Peaceful short trail with moderate up and downs. Lush forest and open alpine meadows with flowers and birds. Very well maintained, clean and lots of signage in English and Thai describing the area. Best to go early to avoid the crowds and heat. 300 Baht per foreigner to enter and 30 Baht per car. Required to have a Hmong guide. They are very kind and only 200 Baht.

hiking
8 months ago

kids friendly, stunning view, well maintained trail, definitely worth visiting

8 months ago

Descent trail and many rout options that will get you to the same destination but the falls we're lackluster when we went in January due to low flows. nice views of the city!

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Thursday, February 09, 2017

If you happen to be in north Thailand, take the time to visit Doi Inthanon National Park. The drive from Chiang Mai is not far, and is quite scenic. Doi Inthanon is the highest point in Thailand. As implausible as this might sound, make sure to take a jacket with you, as it can get quite chilly at the top during certain times of the year. There are several different hikes that you can do in this area. There are some trails through the jungle, and there are some nice trails through magnificient flower gardens. The views are some of the best you will find in Thailand.

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