Snowman Trek (27 Days)

ITINERARY OVERVIEW

DAY 01: ARRIVE PARO, PARO – THIMPHU
DAY 02: THIMPHU
DAY 03: THIMPHU – PUNAKHA
DAY 04: PUNAKHA/TASHITHANG – DAMJI (5-6 hrs)
DAY 05: DAMJI – GASA (6-7 hrs)
DAY 06: GASA – CHAMSA (6-7 hrs)
DAY 07: CHAMSA – LAYA (8-9 hrs)
DAY 08: LAYA (Rest Day)
DAY 09: LAYA – RHODOPHU (8-9 hrs )
DAY 10: RHODOPHU – TARINA (10-11 hrs)
DAY 11: TARINA – WOCHEY (6-7 hrs)
DAY 12: WOCHEY – LHEDI (6-7 hrs)
DAY 13: LHEDI – THANZA (7-8 hrs)
DAY 14: THANZA (Rest Day)
DAY 15: THANZA – TSHORIM (8-9 hrs)
DAY 16: TSHORIM – G’KAR PUENSUM (6-7 hrs)
DAY 17: GANGKAR PUENSUM BASE CAMP
DAY 18: G’KAR PUENSUM – GESHE WOMA (6-7 hrs)
DAY 19: GESHE WOMA – WARATHANG (8-9 hrs)
DAY 20: WARATHANG – DHUR TSHACHU (5 hrs)
DAY 21: DHUR TSHACHU – TSHOCHEMCHEM (9 hrs)
DAY 22: TSHOCHEMCHEM – BUMTHANG (13 hrs)
DAY 23: BUMTHANG
DAY 24: BUMTHANG – TRONGSA
DAY 25: TRONGSA – PARO
DAY 26: PARO
DAY 27: DEPART PARO

The Snowman Trek goes to the remote Lunana district and is considered to be one of the most difficult treks in Bhutan. Crossing dozens of high passes, many over 16,000 ft, this tough trek includes challenges of long distances, altitude, difficult weather conditions and remoteness. It however also affords some of the most magnificent views in the Himalayas, and traverses through some unforgettable landscapes.

Season: The Snowman Trek is frequently closed because of snow and is almost impossible during winter. The recommended season for this is mid-June to mid-October. Please note that the Snowman trek is only for the experienced, and due to its nature is only being offered to groups of 5 people or more.

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