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120208, Weds

Up Pilgrim’s Trail to Wat Palaad and Back Down via Huay Kaeow Waterfall

At Wat Palaad

At Wat Palaad


A hike suitable for all levels of walkers with a good path nearly all the way, although the Pilgrims Trail is a little steep. The only iffy part is the top 200m of Huay Kaeow trail, where it is a bit slippery.

Dogs are not permitted

  • Starting at Arboretum at 9am
  • Walk through university grounds to start of Pilgrims Trail (30 mins)
  • Walk up Pilgrims Trail to Wat Padaat (50 mins)
  • Break for snack (30 mins)
  • Walk down Doi Suthep road (20 mins) or flag down a songtaw and ride back (40bht)
  • Walk down the Huay Kaeow Falls trail (50 mins)
  • Arrive back at about 1pm

Hike Leader:

Wishes to remain anonymous

Meeting Place

We will meet in the car park of the Huay Kaeow Arboretum (also known as the exercise park) we will leave at 9:00 am. Please aim to get to the arboretum a little before 9.

  • Head straight out from the moat 3.5 km towards Doi Suthep on Huay Kaeow Road.
  • The arboretum is on the left after the front entrance to Chiang Mai University and just before the entrance to the Zoo.
  • The car park of the arboretum is at the end of the park near the zoo.

See the maps below (click to enlarge them).

The location of arboretum from the moat of the old city

The location of arboretum from the moat of the old city


A more detailed map of the location of the arboretum

A more detailed map of the location of the arboretum

Advice

Please bring :

  • around 1-2 liters of water or more and snacks
  • good footwear etc. hat, mozzie repellant and sunblock
  • enthusiasm, energy and a sense of humour
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4 Responses

  1. I will be in Chiang Mai for your March 4 hike and would like to join you. I learned about you while hiking in August in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregeon. Is there someone to contact when I reach Chiang Mai to check on the time &meeting place for that day’s hike?

    thank you, and hope to be hiking with you soon, Patty Pandzik

    • Hi Patty – As of today the group has nothing scheduled for March. When hikes are offered they are shown on this web site and always give time, meeting place and detailed description for each hike. Hope to see you in March.

  2. Are there any hikes planned for this weekend? 11th and 12th Feb?

    • Hi Mandy – There are no current offers to lead hikes this weekend 11th or 12th February. Any offers will be most welcome.

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