Outdoor Activities

Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail Hiking

Located inside Doi Inthanon National Park, the trail is about 2.78 km, and sits at around 2,200 m above sea level, not far below Thailand’s highest peak – Doi Inthanon. A circular trail, it takes between two and three hours and is suitable for beginner-level hikers. The views along the way are astounding, especially if you are there for the sunrise. A guide is necessary, at a nominal fee. The trail is closed in the rainy season from June to October.

Ang Kaew Reservoir Jogging

The Ang Kaew Reservoir is located next to Chiang Mai University, an artificial lake that is a popular jogging trail because of its flat roads and peaceful setting. Your fellow joggers will range from university students to seniors, and the evenings will see a considerable number of runners along the reservoir pathway. There is somewhere to buy a coffee, and sit for a well-deserved breather to enjoy the green-clad slopes of Doi Suthep.

Biking For Treasure Hunt in Old Town

Pedal the historic streets of Chiang Mai’s old city with a four-hour bike tour that takes in ancient temples, local markets and landmarks. A guide will lead you through the back lanes and describe the city’s culture and history. Highlights include Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Pra Singh, and a stop is made for local snacks. Your experience begins at the bike shop where you'll receive rental helmets and bikes. Morning or afternoon options are available.

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