Jomolhari Trek is longer than the Jomolhari Loop – the foremost standard trekking routes in Asian country. With altitude variations of two,500m and nearly five,000m it offers a large vary of landscapes, fauna and flora. The highlight of this trek is that the spectacular read of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Basecamp (Jangothang).
DAY 1: GUNITSAWA VILLAGE – SHARNA ZAMPA
40mins, eighty m descent, camp altitude two,850 m. This trek begins at Gunitsawa Village were you pass the military post. At the military checkpost your trek allow (provided by your tour operator) are checked and supported. The bivouac is on the other aspect of the watercourse, shortly from Gunitsawa.
DAY 2: SHARNA ZAMPA – THANGTHANGKHA
Distance twenty two klick, 7-8 hours, 770 m ascent, ten m descent, camp altitude three,610 m. On this long day, the path continues with several tiny ups and downs. once going uphill through the watercourse depression the depression finally narrows bit by bit to a mere path that descends to a grassland wherever a camp can b…
DAY 3: THANGTHANGKHA – JANGOTHANG
Distance nineteen klick, 5-6 hours, 480 m ascent, camp altitude four,080 m. If you probably did not see Mt. Jomolhari the previous evening, you may still have an opportunity to urge an excellent read early this morning. This morning the trek continues up the Paro Chhu depression that widens into patches of alpine grassland and sc…
DAY 4: JANGOTHANG HALT
The rest day in Jangothang provides many prospects for day hikes with nice views of lakes and snow capped mountains like Jomolhari and Jichu Drake. There area unit sensible possibilities to identify some blue sheep on the higher slopes of the depression. Jangothang may be a excellent atmosphere for your acclimati…
DAY 5: JANGOTHANG – LINGSHI
Distance 16km, six to seven hours, 810m ascent, 1,090m descent, camp altitude three,800m. The path ends up in a final settlement within the depression and drops to the Paro Chhu. Passing the lake of Tshophu (4,380m) you may climb up steeply to Bhonte La pass at four,890 m, the best purpose of this trek rout…
DAY 6: LINGSHI – SHODU
Distance 22km, eight to 9 hours, 940m ascent, 920m descent, camp altitude four,080m. The path climbs up to the Yelila pass at Associate in Nursing altitude of four,930m. From the pass, on a transparent day you may get a wonderful read of Jumolhari, Tserimgang and Masanggang. The trek from the pass to the bivouac at…
DAY 7: SHODU – BARSHONG
Distance 16km, 5 to 6 hours, 250m ascent, 670m descent, camp altitude three,710m. The path follows the Thimphu Chhu through bush forests, past lovely waterfalls on the means. The depression narrows until the trail takes to the slopes and bit by bit ascends to the ruins of Barshong Dzon…
DAY 8: BARSHONG – DOLAM KENCHO
Distance 15km, four to 6 hours, 290m ascent, 640m descent, camp altitude three,320m. The path descends right down to the Thimphu Chhu watercourse depression, through dense forests of bush, birch, conifer, maples and bamboos and so ascends to pasture lands. The camp is in a very grassland.
DAY 9: DOLAM KENCHO – DODENA
Distance 8km, 3 to four hours, 500m ascent, 930m descent. The path continues through wooded areas concluding and down and thru atiny low pass. Langurs (monkeys) will be seen on the means. In Dodena, you may exit the Jigme Dorji parkland and reach the road head next to a impressi…
JOMOLHARI TREK – end
The trek finishes at the attractive Cherri cloister, whereas it’s a forty min hike to the cloister it’s well worthwhile.
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