Dec 072011
 

The route 1089, 1314, 1130, 1016, 4010

Total distance 164 km
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I take the 1089 to Mae Ai then its a left to ride up along the border on the 1314
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A good twisty road
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I take a turn for the Tad Luang waterfall and have to ride this unpaved track for about 200 metres
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I shouldnt have bothered as I could only see this between the trees
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Back on the 1314 and some views from the Thai Army camp at the top
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I dont know what it says but theres a dirt track heading in the direction of the border
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I ride down the dirt track for about 200 metres
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This guy is there with his strimmer
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Further along the 1314 I take a left onto a new dirt road that looks like its is being prepared for a paved surface that goes to this Thai Army camp at N20.04.941 E099.20.340
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The road under construction
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I ride back to the 1314 and this is the sign at the entrance to the Army Camp
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I get back to the 1089 in Tha Ton then further east I take a left onto the 1130 to explore this new road for me
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Its steep, narrow and twisty
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I take a right to visit the Mae Phen reservoir
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This track goes through the water but I have no desire to ride through
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This Lady walks through carrying her load
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From here I ride to the other side of Mae Chan to visit a friend

Get the gdb file here …

 Posted by at 5:14 pm

  2 Responses to “Fang-Some New Roads-Mae Chan”

  1. Thanks Peter

  2. The sign says:
    Lak Teng Army Camp

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