We have to choose our words wisely on this one. We could say it is the easiest out of the three as it's nearly all single track but we're not going to. The green trail consists of two great loops of fast flowing single track. It can be quite technical at times but keeps rewarding the rider with smooth flowing single track descents. The green trail is probably the easiest out of the three trails as it cuts out the exhausting up hill climb on the road and there's an opportunity half way to stop at the restaurant and have a well earned break.
The Blue Trail
The Blue trail is an excellent technical ride with a downhill single track and is definately not an easy ride.The first part of the trail is a great single track loop with technical climbs and rewarding fast flowing single track descent. As you come out onto the road after the first two sections of single track a support vehicle is recommended to take you to the top of the mountain (at least on your first time on this trail) otherwise to get to the top is 2 km ride uphill on an unshaded road before you start the 2 mile downhill on the left hand side of the mountain...
The technical Red Trail can be made as technical or as basic as you like, technical jumps can be avoided to suit the rider. It is similar to the Blue trail starting off with the first part of the trail being a great single track loop with technical climbs and rewarding fast flowing single track descent. The first section is the same as the green trail which is all singletrack with the same steady riding climb through the jungle along the side of E-to mountain. And then a nice descent through tghe second section of trail before coming back out on the road for a second time.
If you are an adventurous extreme sports person and have a good command of riding a mountain bike then why not try a night trail. With a couple of lights on the bike and one on your cycling helmet you can ride deep into the jungle for an unforgettable mountain biking adventure.
Khao E-to can be a good place to do some single track night riding. It's totally different to riding in the day. The excitement doesn't come from going fast it's about being in the middle of the forest with only your mountain bike. We recommend that you wear elbow and knee pads and do not do this ride alone.