Trekking in Bhutan
One of the ways to explore the remote yet beautiful corners of Bhutan is through trekking. Trekking combines adventure, nature wilderness and rich, age-old culture and lifestyle of Bhutanese people.
Based on grading, trekking in Bhutan varies from easy one day hike to over 30 days of grueling, strenuous treks. Local Bhutanese guide are available during the trek who have an indepth knowledge of local culture and nature.
Some of the most famous treks opted by tourists in Bhutan include Druk Path Trek, Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek, Snowman Trek, Nabji Korphu Trek, Merak Sakteng Trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek, Bumthang Cultural Trek, Gangtey Trek etc.
Trails passes through highest passes and ridges in the Himalayas, spectacular views of Mt. Gangkar Puensum (7570m), Mt. Kula Kangri (7,538m) Mt. Jomolhari (7326m) etc, national parks that are home to rare species like Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Orchids, blue pines etc., pristine lakes, monasteries and many more.