Trek

Snowman Trek (Gasa/Laya to Bumthang)

In this version of the Snowman Trek, the first half has been removed reducing the time to just 16 days of actual high mountain trekking with some rest/acclimatization days mixed in. This portion of the trek is highly remote and mostly done with yaks to carry the equipment. ¬†Mobile phones no longer work in this […]

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Snowman Trek

If you have one month to set aside, legs of steel, and complete determinism, you can complete the 340km Snowman Trek in Bhutan. The Snowman Trek has been labelled as the most difficult trek in the world by Lonely Planet. While no technical climbing skills are required, the difficulty comes just from the combination of […]

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Laya Gasa Trek

The first part of the Laya Gasa Trek goes along the same route as the Jomolari Trek I right till Lingshi. Besides the unforgettable views of Mount Jomolhari, the trek offers spectacular views on Jichu Drake, Gangchhenta (Great Tiger Mountain). Between Jangothang and Laya the trail hardly goes below 4,000m and one has good opportunities […]

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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 […]

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Druk Path Trek

The Druk Path trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan because of its proximity to Paro and Thimphu and is easily completed in a 7 day visit to Bhutan with enough time to visit Taksang. The trek itself can be completed in 5 days (an extra night in Phajoding can extend the […]

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