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Sylvia Mueller and Robert Anderson (USA) | Markha Valley, India

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What treks are available in Bhutan and which ones do you recommend?

There are a number of treks in Bhutan ranging from short 3 days along Kitiphu Ridge to the epic 29 days Lunana Snowman trek. Your choice of objective will depend on how much time you have available, fitness and experience and of course your budget.

Our portfolio of treks in Bhutan is listed below:

Kitiphu Ridge- this is a wonderful short 3 day trek with superb views of the Himalaya including highest unclimbed peak in the world Gangkar Punsum.

Druk Path- this is a 5 day trek and for good reason one of the most popular in Bhutan although in practice unlikely to be too busy. The views of Chomolhari and Jitchu Drake are superb and scenery includes mountain lakes, forest and high alpine vegetation including juniper and azalea.

Chomolhari Base Camp- this is a 10 day trek to Base Camp of Mount Chomolhari at 7,134m. After two nights at Base Camp you cross Nyile La (4,890m) and then the walk out to road head.

Laya Gasa- this is a 14 day trek to Chomolhari Base Camp followed by crossing four high passes on the trek travelling east to Laya village. This is also known as the half Snowman.

Lunana Snowman- this is a 29 days trek across northern Bhutan from Paro to Bumthang crossing more than eight high passes. For more information please see FAQ Is Lunana Snowman really one of the most difficult treks in the world?

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