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Kew Mae Pan

Easy/Intermediate
 4.3 (3)

A short guided route through dynamic ecosystems near the highest point in Thailand.


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2.1

Miles

3.4

KM

77%

Runnable

7,542' 2,299 m

High

7,156' 2,181 m

Low

578' 176 m

Up

550' 168 m

Down

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Views · Waterfall · Wildlife

Closed between June 1 and October 31.

Description

This is a guided route, which means that you are required to hire a local to accompany you on the trail for 200 baht.

There are 20 interpretive signs in Thai and English explaining different aspects of the park and the trail.

Along the way, you'll have opportunities to see wildlife and amazing natural features. The forest, dense and green, opens spectacularly into a high-altitude meadow with views to the north. Depending on the visibility, you can see for miles. As you descend, you'll see the twin temples on the mountain.

The view is clearest in December and January, the later in the year you visit, the higher the likelihood of haze.

For me, it was easily worth the money. If you're in the area, it's a must-do!

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Austin Lynch

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  4.3 from 3 votes

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Looking south, just before heading back into the forest.
Sep 7, 2017 near Mae Chaem, TH
Doi Inthanon, the highest point in Thailand, peeking through the foliage.
Sep 7, 2017 near Mae Chaem, TH
Breaking into the subalpine meadow.
Sep 7, 2017 near Mae Chaem, TH

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