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2021/02/14_Wat Chom Kitti loop

A new hike from a new leader! Champ and friends have found an interesting and fairly easy forest loop, taking in the very special Wat Chom Kitti. It is 9km, mostly on forest tracks, with elevation gain and loss of 200m. We expect it to take 3-4 hours. And at the end we are privileged to be invited to the home of Champ and M for a barbecue lunch. Bring your own drinks!

Leader: Champ

Meeting time and place: Meet at Susco fuel station Nhong Chom, Sansai (Google Maps calls it “Cusco”. Note that this is NOT our usual Susco on Route 118, but a Susco on the 1001) at 7.45am for an 8:00am departure.

From there we will drive in convoy about 20km to the hike start point

If you would like to come: Make sure you have read the general advice on this website as well as this specific post. If you still think the hike is for you then: welcome! Just turn up at the stated time and place. Onward lifts in cars are almost always available.

Bring: as per standard advice (see tabs above), plus especially note:

  • Mask for in-car use
  • Drink (may be non-isotonic) for the BBQ

3 Responses

  1. Bring our own ‘fries’?

    • I believe one of our regular hikers is kindly helping to provide a pooled supply of fries. But perhaps if you peel and chip a few kg of potatoes and bring them in a bag ready for frying, it would ensure an adequate supply for you.

  2. Hi all, have a great hike this weekend. I have joined you in the past for some hikes which I enjoyed. I now have a YouTube Channel about Thailand that might be of interest to you. It’s called Karl’s Thailand and is about off the beaten track places to hike and visit in Thailand. Here’s a link https://youtube.com/user/drcarlosoboogie

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