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Khao Yai - Mo Sing To to HQ

11 May 2011 22:18 - 17 May 2013 13:23 #286 by
Another trail from Khao Yai. Mo Sing To (Reservoir) to the HQ (comes out at the food stands which is very nice as the som tam is top notch!)

Access to the trail is from Mo Sing To Reservoir (yellow route markers) - you cross the reservoir dam road and continue up the trail behind the reservoir. You could do it in reverse but it will be a little bit more difficult to follow as the last stretch to the river (behind the food stalls) is a bit obtuse in some areas. You have to follow the trail markers. Following the markers for whole trails will go yellow, red/blue, red, blue, red. You will also see the odd green, violet and orange markers - the Park really should sort that out!

Remember your leech socks as the end of the trail has a massive amount of leeches.

Important facts

Length of trail :: 5 km
Hiking time :: 2 hours for full trail
Difficulty level :: moderate (scale : easy, moderate, hard, ouch)
Minimum essentials :: 1 L water, snacks.

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11 May 2011 22:20 - 15 Oct 2012 12:02 #287 by Trekker
Replied by Trekker on topic Khao Yai - Mo Sing To to HQ
View showing the trail (in red) in relation to other Khao Yai Trails that connect with it.....


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