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National parks in the North

Mae Wang National Park

Mae Wang national park covers areas in Pa Mae Jam, Pa Mae Khan - Mae Wang, and Pa Jom Thong national conservation reserved forests in Chiang Mai province.

Still under the setting up stage (2005-6) the park consists of mixed deciduous forest, dry dipterocarp forest, hill evergreen forest, and pine hill forest. Elevations range from 400 to 1900 meters above the sea level.

1909 meter high Doi Pha Tang is the highest peak in the park. Together with many other mountains the area is tghe sources of waters for streams including Nam Mae Jam, Nam Mae Wang and Nam Mae Teun - three tributaries of Maenam Ping river.

Summer is said to be from March to May which is followed by rainy season from June to November. December to February are cold months with average temperature 10 to 14 degree C in the hills. Lowest early morning temperatures in the highland could be close to freezing.

At the time being there are no accommodation for rent in the park.

Mae Wang National Park
Suntisuk Sub-district, King Amphoe Doi Lo
Chiang Mai 50160

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