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Open Year-round
ADA accessible
Guided tours
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Doi Inthanon Summit Trail is the path that leads to the summit of Doi Inthanon National Park (2,565 meters above sea level), the highest point in the country of Thailand.

There are two short trails that lead to the summit. The first is from the summit viewpoint parking area. This is where the road dead ends at a parking lot. On clear mornings, it's a popular spot to watch the sunrise from. From here, a path leads up a cement path to the sign that marks the summit.

The second way is from the parking area along the road at the Ang Ka Luang Nature Trail. There is a small museum, bathrooms, picnic tables and coffee shop at this trailhead. From here, visitors can walk up wooden walkways to reach the summit.

Both trails are relatively easy, and both are short enough that visitors can do both and loop back on the road or retrace their steps to the trailhead they started from.

There are trash cans but no other amenities at the summit viewpoint trailhead. The trailhead opposite the Ang Ka Luang Nature Trail has all amenities.

The summit trail lies within Doi Inthanon National Park and is subject to park hours and admission rates.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)




Parking Pass

Park entrance fee


Easy hike.


Cold and wet.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed


Family friendly
Flushing toilets
Big vistas



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