Trekking in Bhutan

A trek is a long, adventurous journey undertaken on foot in areas where common means of transport are generally not available.
 
In Bhutan
Bhutan has some of the best trekking in the world, with breathtaking scenery, a rich Buddhist culture, friendly people, and few other visitors. Every trekker to Bhutan who chooses the relatively easy treks at an altitude of 3100 meters above sea-level or decide for adventurous heights of 5600 meters will pass yak-herders, rare medicinal plants, and rhododendron and edelweiss flowers. Trekking in Bhutan is complemented by crystal clear air and views that sometimes defy description. Some treks are short and suitable for beginners while others can be long and challenging.
 
The major trekking routes are :
 
Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek: 13 Days - Thimphu - Talekha – Japhuna – Labatama – Genekha - Paro
 
Druk Path Trek: 9 Days - Paro – Jele Dzong – Jangchulakha – Jimilangtsho – Simkotra – Phajoding - Thimphu
 
Jhomolhari Trek: 15 Days - Paro – Shana – Thangthangkha – Jangothang – Lingshi – Shodu – Barshong - Dolam Kencho - Thimpu
 
Samtengang Winter Trek: 10 days - Thimphu– Khuruthang – Limukha – Chungsakha – Samtengang - Wangdi/Thimphu
 
Bumthang Cultural Trek: 12 Days - Thimphu – Trongsa- Bumthang - Nga Lhakhang -Ugyen Chholing - Bumthang – Punakha – Thimpu - Paro.
 
Nabji Korphu Trek: 12 Days - Riotala – Nimshong – Nabji – Korphu – Kubdra – Jangbi – Tongtongfey.