Yes, there's plenty of off-road tracks on the maps. And making some great loops is no problem at all.roadx wrote: are the offroad trails supplied by GT rider maps have enough detail to where a could rent a bike and use the maps and not get lost?
are there enough trails to ride for a week or so? or do a big loop around the Chiang Mai area
Noroadx wrote: do they have gps coordinate's?
A four wheel drive would be able to do most of the off-road tracks on the maps. So maybe 4/10 for a bike.roadx wrote: how do you rate these trails?, 1 being easy to 10 being expert
Don't worry about riding into someone's farm, this is Thailand, they will most likely offer you a beer if you do.roadx wrote: my main concern (besides being lost) is riding in areas i should not be in or riding across someone's farm. should this be a concern?
do you think it is wise to venture off on your own in the jungle without a guide?
Hi Friends,dirthonk wrote: whatever you do, take plenty of water with you. I just came back from a trip and on one of the days I went through 12litres of liquids. It Is hot out there at the moment. Also worth remembering is that with the added factor of rain an easy 3 rated trail can turn into a monstrosity, turning the surface into something not far off ice. So best to have some liquids and maybe a few choccy bars to get you through a few hours thrashing around on the trail.
For a weeks worth of trails you will probably need to get out of the chiang mai area.