Esta increíble excursión combina lo mejor de las actividades al aire libre con una caminata de subida de tres horas y descenso de dos horas en bicicleta de montaña en el Parque Nacional de Doi Pui. Camine hasta la cima de la cumbre del pueblo, situada a unos 1400 metros (4503 pies) por encima del nivel del mar y a alta velocidad hacia el lago Huay Tung Tha. Esta excursión de seis horas desde Chiang Mai es ideal para los amantes de las emociones fuertes y amantes de la naturaleza por igual. Se incluye el traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel, agua, el equipo y un guía experto.
6 horas de recorrido combinado, caminata y en bicicleta, en el Parque Nacional de Doi Suthep Pui desde Chiang Mai
Viva los impresionantes paisajes a alta velocidad
Ideal para viajeros con una forma física por encima de la media
Disfrute de la atención personalizada de un grupo pequeño y un guía experto
Traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel, almuerzo tailandés y agua incluida
Exciting experience overall. Consider taking a motion-sickness pill before the truck ride up the mountain winding roads, goes well past the Doi Suthep temple - otherwise you may feel queasy at the start. The hike is along the ridge at the top of the mountain - not much climbing some descending. The bike ride was bumpy, as one might expect, so you'll need the protective gear they provide I slid out and got minor scratches. Brief stop for noodles at a Hmong village. Lunch is nice: a thai dish at a lake/reservoir that Thai families use for swimming and recreation.
My girlfriend and I went on this hike/bike and chose the beginner trail. I'm 5'9" and athletic, though not an avid hiker and have never mountain biked. She's 5'6" and athletic, though not an avid hiker and never mountain biked has road biked.
The hike was great - some challenging stretches, but easier than expected based on the prior reviews. Beginning-to-intermediate seems appropriate.
The bike was definitely a challenge. We were assured beforehand that beginners can do it, and I personally made it down the hill with some focus and cautious driving. My girlfriend made it 2/3 of the way before having an accident and ended up with a broken wrist. The guide was excellent and helpful and arranged a truck to take her to the bottom of the mountain, and eventually to a local hospital note that the insurance coverage only applies for a bill more than 200 USD but we were surprised to have our bill at only 80.
All things considered, it was a great trip physical, great scenery, good guides. A beginner CAN do the bike - drive cautiously and don't have to much pride to stumble off and walk a bit at the slipperier spots that they do stop and caution you against. But be prepared for a challenge. I can't speak for an intermediate or expert, but it probably is easy for them.
Despite our accident, I would recommend. It's Mountain Biking, so it comes with some inherent risk. Be safe and enjoy.
The tour was very good but this is for experienced or intermediate hikers! I am only a beginner hiker and found it challenging. The bike ride down is proper mountain biking I enjoyed this part a lot more than the hike itself. In saying this it was the highlight of my trip.