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The Chiang Dao & Mae Taeng valleys are in the North Eastern part of Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand. The district is almost 100 kilometers north of Chiang Mai city and encompasses some of the country’s most spectacular scenery. Swing your leg over the saddle and pedal through some of the most stunning scenery in Thailand. Cycling expeditions challenge teams by hitting the heights of the big climbs but have the pleasure of spectacular descents. A gold cycling expedition is not just about being fit enough to pedal all day. You will learn enhanced riding skills, road safety, cycle maintenance and navigation to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable journey.
A series of relevant coaching sessions will cover key aspects including handling skills, bike mechanics, riding safety and first aid. We will progress from simple trails up to more exciting routes, match you against appropriate trails to test your newly formed skills and abilities in the saddle.
For this expedition we loop behind Doi Chiang Dao peak to the Muang Kong valley. Our trail will take us south back towards Chiang Mai visiting secluded hill tribe villages and remote camp sites.
Activities within this program include: Mountain Biking, Camping and Team Building.
NOTE: Some activities are dependant on weather and may require changes on the day according to site conditions & dynamic Risk Assessment
The adventure groups will all be encouraged to develop a group identity and work together as a team during the program. The groups can be chosen at random or follow class or house structure. We will liaise with teaching staff on this.
Our challenge-by-choice approach enables each student to achieve their own successful adventure in the context of their own aspirations free from peer or instructors pressure. We have found during adventure activities, the greatest achievements are never in terms of the distance leapt or the height climbed and that in all our adventure activities everyone has a role to play.