Duration: 25 days Max. Elevation: 5,320m Highest Camp: 5,050m Standard: Hard Best Seasons: Mid June to Mid October Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Sephu (Trongsa) Highlights: The Lonely Planet describes this as one of the most difficult treks of the world. From Laya it takes you into high altitudes of the Bhutanese Himalayas. Spectacular peaks and trek through the most remote […]

Duration: 14 days Max. Elevation: 5,005m Highest Camp: 4,220m Standard: Medium to hard Best Seasons: April to June & Mid September to Mid Nov Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Tashitang (Punakha) Highlights: First part of the Laya Gasa Trek goes along the same  route as the Jomolari Trek I  right till Lingshi. Unforgettable views of […]

Duration: Nine days Max. Elevation: 4,930m Highest Camp: 4,080m Standard: Medium Best Seasons: March to June & September to November Start: Gunitsawa village (Paro) Finish: Dodena (Thimphu) Highlights: Trek to altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m Breathtaking views of landscapes, fauna and flora.

Duration: 18 days (actual trek) Max. elevation: 5,230m Highest camp: 5125m Standard: Hard Start: Damji (Gasa) Finish: Dur (Bumthang) Highlights Will take you to the base of the yet unscaled virgin peak, Gangkar Puensum, Opportunity to soak in two of Bhutan’s most revered hotsprings, believed to have curative powers – the Gasa Hot Spring and […]

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