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Bhutan has some of the world’s last untouched mountain passes. With more than 72% percent of its total land area preserved under pristine natural vegetation, Bhutan is truly a trekker’s paradise. The varying levels of Himalayan ranges offer the chance for nature enthusiasts to explore the truly untamed wilderness. The calmness of the mountains and their pollution free environment remove visitors from all their mundane worries and transport them into the realms of heaven, which the locals believe these mountains are. Nature tour in Bhutan is thus a chance to refresh and rejuvenate sagging souls.
Strong conservation efforts restrict the number of people who can access this part of Bhutan. Mountains are believed to be sacred spaces and thus worthy of being preserved. Therefore, it is truly a privilege to be able to traverse these ranges and enjoy the majestic beauty of the Himalayas. Lucky visitors will have the option to choose from day long hikes to the world’s toughest trek. The mountains present both joy and a challenge of their own. Though, there are trek routes for all ages and fitness level, Bhutan’s untamed mountains provide varying level of challenges to trekkers so that when the final frontier is passed, the satisfaction is beyond the world, literally.
Bumthang is well known as one of the main cultural centres of Bhutan and there are many opportunities to visit temples and small Bhutanese villages along the trek route. Although the trek is on the easy side, it involves a few major climbs like the one up to Pephe La with an ascent of about 500 m.
Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. It is a short and scenic trek with some great views and beautiful lakes en route. Although it leads up to altitudes above 4,000m it is not too strenuous as walking distances between the camps are not too long. Besides the lakes, it is the Phadjoding monastery that is one of the highlights of this trek.
Although the trek is possible throughout the whole winter, the best seasons for the Gangte Trek are March to May and September to November. It is a short and relatively easy trek with beautiful villages and monasteries en route.
Jomolhari Trek is the most popular trek in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m (lowest and highest point of the route), it offers a wide range of landscape,fauna and flora. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Base camp, Jangothang. Nearly the whole trek goes through a small part of the Jigme Singye National Park, passing a
It takes tough and enduring trekkers into the Lunana region and further on to Gangkhar Puensum and Bumthang or down to Sephu in Trongsa district, depending on which route you choose. The Snowman trek leads through the most remote areas up to very high altitudes. Trekkers have to camp in altitudes above 5,000m more than once, and depending on the seasonal temperatures, the