About Us

It all began with an idea in 2012: open up – and run the length of – the first network of long-distance cross-country paths in Thailand. There were not any long hiking or running trail in Thailand and we wanted to be the 1st to create one. Passionate about nature and trail running we wanted to go far from the standard tourist itineraries and create our own route, explore our own paths. Read more about our story…

Our agency is officially registered at the Thai Authority of Tourism (TAT) under the license 21/00912. We work only with guides that are certified by the same organisation. Thailand Mountain Trail has also worked for many years with international partners in Europe and America. Our company is affiliated with the main trekking and trail running associations nationally and internationally.

Our tours are all inclusive. From the pick up at your hotel in the city centre until your return, there is nothing to pay in addition. We provide all meals (at restaurants, in villages or to take away) and all snacks during the trip. We manage accommodation in mountain villages with exclusive homestays where comfortable mattresses as clean sheets and blankets are provided. All National Park fees and insurance are included as well. Joining a TMT trip is a unique experience with the highest attention paid to the service we deliver.

We have spent several years to find all our routes; we have worked many months to create all our trips with local people and partners. Our target is to offer unique trekking and running trips.
We want you to keep your best memories of Thailand from your experience with TMT. We are proud and happy to have an amazing feedback from all our customers on Trip Advisor and Google. We will continue to work like this.

Many media have been interested in our project that relives ancient footpaths used by hill tribes. Press and TV came to Chiang Mai to write articles and makes documentaries about TMT. Thanks to our experience and knowledge of mountains, in the last years we have also worked with National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Raid Amazones or Ultra Trail Mont Blanc UTMB on different projects.