I live in Tha Ton. Had nothing to do yesterday so went out for a ride. Had seen the sign for the above place many times so went for a look expecting a short drive into a forest. Coming out of Mae Ai about 6 kms towards Fang the turn is on the right, road 3037. At first its a well irrigated plantation area, very green considering the dry weather, pretty undulating scene. A few kms in there is a Royal Project on the right side, then the road turned to dirt and dust but soon came back to good cement as it started to climb. Very steep but good road that just went on up and up, much more than I expected. About 15kms of hill then a village on the left and a right to the project mentioned. beyond that the road goes on to what my memory thinks was the Khiew Lom viewpoint. One very steep downhill piece and lots of up and down along the side of a mountain with the road almost obscured by leaf and pine needles, dangerous if wet no doubt. Presently a few work camps doing drainage and barrier work, some sections still broken dirt. Finally came to a junction, a right uphill to Doi Pha Hom Pok campsite, left heading down to Fang. About 14kms of steep downhill broken dirt road with enough ruts and rocks to keep anyone alert. Finally came out at a barrier which is the official entry for the above campsite and park, just 1 or 2 kms from the Fang bypass. No-one stopped me anywhere, I paid no fees. I did this on a very unsuitable bike, a little 135cc Yamaha Spark, very slowly and started a bit late. Best go with someone, rather remote if you fell or had a breakdown. Some of the most dramatic mountains I've seen even in this smoke/haze weather. About 40kms total trip from highway back out to highway (only about 1o kms between these points on the 1028). A lovely half day.