Join the Great Expedition
This 28-day arduous trek is billed as the most difficult trek in the world by the Red Bull. You will cross 11 high passes, walk for 16km daily and sleep at more than 5000m.
05 June - 02 July 2019
13 Sept - 10 Oct 2019
Limited to 8 participants
Trekking in Bhutan
Trekking in Bhutan provides an opportunity to experience its well-conserved and pristine natural environment. Trail meanders through green meadows, yak grazing lands, mountains and valleys adorned with tall rhododendron trees bursting with pink and red flowers. This is where you will find hairy yaks graze; elusive blue sheep and takins galloping on mountain slopes. You will also pass through the villages of nomadic yak herders and be captivated by their closet rustic lifestyle. As mountains in Bhutan are considered abode of deities and home for legendary yeti – hence they remain unconquered. You will be captivated by the breathtaking views of some of the highest unclimbed peaks in the world.
Trekking offers an opportunity to witness stunning views of unclimbed snow-capped mountains. Whether you are looking for a glimpse of the Himalayas or long treks, we have it all for you. Our short treks offer an insight to the Himalayas within a short span of time and long arduous treks befit true adventure seekers. All these treks go over prayer flag festooned scenic passes, which are as high as 5000 meters. Bhutan offers the most unique ways of trekking in the Himalayas.
The trek offers a sampling of the diverse variety of Bhutan's stunning landscape including splendid view of 7315m Mount Jumolhari .
Dagala Trek offers one of the most enchanting view of valleys of Thimphu and Lower districts in south. Great opportunity to see high altitude lakes and yak.
The alpine quest, which is billed as the world's most difficult trek runs along the Northern border crossing highest pass of 5320 meters.
The trek runs along the mountains of Paro and Thimphu offering great view of mountain peaks, rhodrodendron forests, pastures and lakes.
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Why Travel With Us ?
Festivals in the Mountains
A Unique Way to Experience Mountain Culture
Jumolhari Mountain Festival
14 – 15 October 2019
The Festival is celebrated at the base of Mt. Jumolhari by nomads living along the route. It highlights their peaceful co-existence with animals and nature that surrounds them. The region is one of the best snow leopard habitats in Bhutan.
Royal Highlander Festival
23 – 24 October 2019
The Festival is held in Laya Village in northern most district of Bhutan. This two-day festival bring in all highlanders together to showcase their innovation in yak farming culture.
Culture, Festivals, Art & People
What else you can do with Trekking?
If some one asks us if we do only trekking, our answer would be a blatant no. Besides trek, we can conjure up bespoke cultural tour itinerary for you. Along with trek, you must also consider exploring our rich culture, arts, architecture and peoples’ way of life.
Western Bhutan is known for its spectacular scenery with rice fields and orchards cascading down magnificent mountains and rivers. Paro is dotted with tudor like English homes. Thimphu, the capital city is mix of modern and ancient traditions. Punakha and Wangduephodrang are adorned by brightly colored farmhouses. Gangtey valley is the winter home black naked cranes.
Central Bhutan is the cultural heartland of the country. Trongsa houses the largest Dzong and Bumthang has sturdy stone houses and plethora of ancient monasteries and temples.
Eastern Bhutan is culturally distinct from western and central Bhutan. Lhuentse is famed for rich textile tradition. Recently opened Merak and Sakten offer unique cultures of semi-nomads.