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   The vast open spaces of northrern Thailand make it an ideal area for hiking, particularly during the cooler months of the year (November - February). Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are the most obvious trekking centres in the North, and a number of companies have been established to meet the growing demand for this kind of activity. Hikers can choose from a wide range of treks, which vary in distance and time to suit the widest possible audience. Particularly popular are treks in the mountainous area near Thailand's border with Myanmar and Laos. Knowledgeable guides are usually provided and indeed are advisable. Most tours include overnight stays in simple forest lodges or in hilltribe villages.
Dot Inthanon National Park
   This includes Thailand's highest mountain, and is the most popular venue for hiking, with its extensive trails. Located in Chiang Mai province.
Phu Kradung
   The northeastern province of Loei has long been popular with campers and hikers. The park consists of tableland rising between 1,200-1,500 metres, crowned by a 60 sq km plateau on which a variety of temperate zone plants flourish. It is a 3-4 hour hike to the top, where a number of trails lead to scenic viewpoints, waterfalls and the main campsite.
Khao Yai National Park
   Located in central Thailand, this largest of all Thailand's nature reserves has many established trails which take hikers through a combination of tropical forest, scrubland and up several steep hills.
Khao Sok National Park
   Set in Surat Thani province, this park has waterfalls, caves and a huge reservoir dotted with over 100 small islands.
Khao Luang National Park
   Located in Nakhon Si Tham-marat, this reserve is extremely scenic with a number of waterfalls such as Karom Waterfall, Phrommalok Waterfall, Ai Khieo or Nai Khieo Waterfall, and the multi-level Krung Ching Waterfall.
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