Experiences Chiang Mai

bike, hike, raft, cook, canoe in Thailand


 
Our fixed-base tour of Northern Thailand is perfect for casual cyclists and families. Each day start and ends at the same beautiful hotel in the heart of 700-year-old Chiang Mai, so there’s no need to pack and unpack. Every day we set out to explore something new — be it mountain biking down Doi Suthep, rafting the Mae Taman, the ancient city of Wiang Kum Kam, or even a local Thai cooking class — returning at dusk to the luxurious comforts of a four-star hotel.

The best part, just like a buffet, you get to choose what you want to do from our selection of 14 different adventures. The worst part, only one per day, but that's OK because most of the activities take up most of the day anyway. Each trip is led by a local guide who specializes in the activity and area, so you are assured of being in experienced hands and Pedalers' Adventure Concierge is only a phone call away should you want to change something up.

Discover the enchanting city of Chiang Mai and it natural surroundings, while enjoying great outdoor activities and world renowned Thai cuisine.
 
Mountain biking in Chiang Mai
MOUNTAIN BIKING
Mountain cycling - Rainforest Discovery (leisurely)
One of our greatest cross country jungle rides leaving the unexpecting traveler with a long lasting impression of Northern Thailand's pristine country side.

Mountain cycling - Descent of Doi Pui (leisurely)
This is a great intro ride to off road mountain biking. The descent through Doi Suthep National Park presents us with great views of the Mae Ping Valley below and makes this one of the most scenic and popular rides.

Mountain cycling - Off Road in Doi Suthep National Park (intermediate)
Doi Suthep Park at its finest, starting at the summit, off road changes to single track leading us deep into a highland jungle gorge, a physical challenging climb out and a lengthy downhill rewards us with great views.
road bicycling in Chiang Mai
ROAD CYCLING
Road riding - Descent of Doi Suthep (easy)
Crusing down through the Suthep National Park past hill tribes villages, the Queen's Palace and a visit to Suthep Temple, magnificent views of Chiang Mai City from way above, this is everyone's all time favorite downhill fun ride.

Road riding - Doi Inthanon descent (easy)
The only way to see Doi Inthanon National Park... by bike and with a 8000 feet advantage. This ride through the park with its beautiful waterfalls is a life time experience.

Road riding - Mae Taeng Escape (moderate)
The remote area of the upper Mae Taeng Valley features this forgotten road connecting small hill tribe villages in superb mountainscape. Great for fit riding groups and its vehicle support makes it great for a memorable family outing.
canoeing the rivers of Chiang Mai
CANOEING
River Kayaking - Chiang Dao Jungle Paddle (moderate)
Kayaking through the dense jungles for a taste of remote Thailand as you paddle the upper Mae Ping (Ping River), abundant wildlife and birds. Available November through April.

River Kayaking - Chiang Dao Scenic Paddle (easy)
Paddling a different stretch of the Mae Ping, through orchards, farmlands and past small villages, all the time with views of towering Doi Chiang Dao, said to be the southern terminus of the Himalayas.

River Kayaking - The Mae Ngat (moderate)
A swifter river coursing through thick forests and lush landscapes. A more challenging paddle, but still within the realm of enthusiastic beginners.
white water rafting in Chiang Mai
WHITE WATER RAFTING
White Water Rafting (moderate)
A swifter river coursing through thick forests and lush landscapes. A more challenging paddle, but still within the realm of enthusiastic beginners.
Learning thai cuisine in Chiang Mai
COOKING CLASS
Cooking class
Learn to cook four to five popular Thai dishes, discover how the spices, herbs and flavors interact. Then sit down with your classmates for an awesome dinner.
trekking in Chiang Mai
TREKKING
Cultural hiking (minimum 3 people in your group)
Hiking on local forest trails via a circular route visiting people of the Akha, Lahu and Karen indigenous hill-tribe groups. Introduction to their Culture and Lifestyle (guides speak the local dialects).

Scenic hiking (minimum 3 people in your group)
following forest trails, enjoy a freshly prepared local Thai picnic lunch at tribal village of the Lahu people. Introduction to their customs and way of life. Head off on foot following forested trails passing by villages along the way. Great scenic views Continue to hiking to waterfalls.
6 days (4 days active)
Inn to Inn
Level: A

Boutique inns and resorts
3 and 4 star    See some of our hotels

Tour meets and ends in Chiang Mai, Thailand (CNX)
Easy to moderate difficulty, mix of valley and hilly terrain

Daily Avg: 30 mi / 50 km


Private Trips:
6 or more people: $1650
2 to 5 people: $1800
1 person: $2525*

Extras:
Single Supplement: $375
Deposit: $200
Equipment Rental: free of charge
(All costs per person in US $. Seasonal supplements may apply. *1 person price includes Single Supplement fee.)
Tour is available year round. November through February is winter with cooler temperatures and no rain. March through May is summer and quite hot. June through October is rainy season, but still suitable for the adventures.

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Comfortable Boutique Accommodation

The Rim Resort
A delightful lanna styled boutique property overlooking the historic moat.

The hotels listed here are our preferred properties, but may not be available for all dates. When alternates are used, they will be of the same quality and style.

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