Checkout 5 Himalayan Treks from Bhutan to India

Checkout 5 Himalayan Treks from Bhutan to India


Chomolhari Trek –

Checkout 5 Best Himalayan Trekking Trails from Bhutan to India

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Begining in Paro Valley  and extending to the Chomolhari base camp (24,035 ft) which is Bhutan’s second highest peak. Being a sacred ground for Tibetan Buddhists, the trek has a lot of restrictions, which also means only a few trekkers have had the privilege of trekking along this gorgeous path bathed in pristine natural beauty and rich culture of Bhutan.

Duration: 10 days

Starts at: Paro Valley

Best time: March to May, September & October

Maximum Altitude: 15, 810 ft

Fitness Level: Moderate

Highlights: Mt. Jomolhari, Drukgyel Dzong, Jangothang, Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)


Snowman Trek


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One of the most challenging treks in the world, the Snowman Trek traverses along 11 passes forming the Himalayan spine that stretches from Bhutan to Tibet.  The only good time to set on this journey is the short period of three weeks of October, minus the snow or wet weather that is experienced the rest of the year.

Duration: 25 days

Starts at: Drukgyel Dzong near Paro

Best time: October

Maximum Altitude: 16,600 ft

Fitness Level: High

Highlights: Lingshi Dzong,  Thangkthanka, waterfalls, Himalayan wildlife including blue sheep, mountain leoppard etc

Everest Base Camp Trek


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This trek is our absolutely favorite Himalayan trek. The marvelous vista of the Everest along with some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, a superb trail and lovely tea houses for an unforgettable stay make this an unmatched trek for anyone.

Duration: 14 days

Starts at: Lukla

Best time: March to May & end of September to November

Maximum Altitude: 18,192 ft.

Fitness Level: High

Highlights: Mt. Everest, Pumori, Lhotse, Nuptse and more.


Himalayas in India

Himalayas in India

The Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) is the section of theHimalayas within India, spanning the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, as well as the hill regions of two states – Assam and West Bengal. Often referred to as ‘heaven on earth’, Kashmir offers breathtaking views of Himalayas, but due to security risks, is not a preferred option for trekking.


Himalayas in Nepal

Himalayas in Nepal
image sourceSituated in the midst of the Himalayas, the small country of Nepal is a beautiful and culturally rich country. It is the home to about 14 mountains which are over 26,000 ft high and host mountaineering and trekking for adventure seekers from all over the world.

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