After reading reviews we decided to head over here on our first day as only spending a few nights in chiang mai. We took a red taxi there and took about an hour and quarter from south of the city walls for 1500 baht for a return journey, the driver waited in the car park. When got there it’s simply a few cafe type huts and shops near the car park then a short walk from there to the top of the waterfalls. We found it more difficult walking down them than climbing up, great fun though and there were people of all ages joining in. Did find the odd slippy bit so be careful. There was a map with other paths to walk around the nature reserve if you would so wish but we didn’t. Loads of locals there for the day picnicking. Says no alcohol allowed in the nature reserve but every family seemed to have a case of the local beer along with the shop selling it.