Jumolhari Trek

This is a classic 9-day trek starting from (Drukgyal Dzong) Paro and ending at Dodena near Thimphu.

The route passes through two high passes from Jangothang. The views of Jumolhari mountain (7,314 m) from Jangothang is spectacular. This trek starts at Paro, following the Pachu (Paro River) upstream literally to its source passing through scattered hamlets and farmland, into a deep and richly forested valley, which further leads to a high alpine pasture land where yak herders graze their animals. The trek offers a taste of great variety of Bhutanese landscape.

Overview

Day 1 Arrive in Paro
Day 2 Taktsang Hike
Day 3 Paro – Shana
Day 4 Shana – Soi Thangthaka
Day 5 Soi Thangthaka – Jangothang
Day 6 Jangothang
Day 7 Jangothang – Lingshi
Day 8 Lingshi – Shodu
Day 9 Shodu – Barshong
Day 10 Barshong – Dolam Kencho
Day 11 Dolam Kencho – Thimphu
Day 12 Thimphu Sightseeing
Day 13 Departure

All packages can be customized. We can easily add extra days to the end of any package that you find on this website. Removing days is usually very easy to do as long as the driving or the treking is still possible. Some of the teks have two days in a row of descent and sometimes, if you are fit enough, we are able to skip a camp or two.

Pricing

Group Size123+
High Season3,7603,4003,040
Low Season3,7603,4003,040
Prices are in USD per person.

Seasons

High season includes travel during the months of March, April, May, September, October and November.

Inclusions/Exclusions

All packages always include: All Hotels in Bhutan, All Meals in Bhutan, Ground Transportation, English speaking guide, Mineral Water during the drives, Visa Fees, Government Royalty, All camping equipment except sleeping bag for treks, Porters to carry the camping equipment, Cooks during treks.

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2 comments on “Jumolhari Trek”

  1. Lasse Lund Reply

    Hi Butan Peak Adventure,
    I’m planning to travel to Bhutan around 2nd November for about 14 days. The dates are a bit restricted due to other plans in India before and after.
    I’m very keen to go on a moderate/advanced trekking tour – and the Jumolhari trek looks like a very good option. Could you please let me know the pricing and whether the dates could work out for a group tour?
    Many thanks,
    Lasse

    • Robert Reply

      Hi Lasse,

      Let us work on the pricing and we’ll get back to you in a little while (perhaps tonight or tomorrow). I’ve been working on the pricing for all the treks but haven’t gotten to this one yet.

      Robert

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