Trekking in Bhutan is for real and true adventurer. Treks can be long and arduous, but Bhutan’s incredible beauty, clean unspoiled trials and bracing mountain air offer the trekker an exhilarating and wonderful experience. Treks in Bhutan range from short excursions with easy walking to enjoy the scenic beauty of flora and fauna , cultural treks to most challenging treks like Jomolhari trek and snowman trek in the north western passes through scattered hamlets and forested valleys with alpine meadows where Bhutanese yak herders enjoy in solitude. One of the most popular treks like Laya- Gasa yields spectacular views of some of the highest mountains as the trekkers stop at the hospitable villages of Laya and Gasa. The hot spring at Gasa further boosts this trek the most interesting and memorable experience.
The lower treks through pine forests, with beautiful rhododendron, rare birds and animals, and through the villages and temples by the countryside gives a delightful experience of the Bhutanese culture. The Bumthang trek starts with gentle walk and is especially the best for the nature lovers and equally enchanting is the Gangtey trek through the glacial valley of Phobjikha, one of the most beautiful valleys is Bhutan. The Druk path, Samtengang, Dagala trek is equally enchanting for those who wish to experience the best of Bhutan’s beautiful lakes and mountains. There are several virgin peaks in Bhutan and the Gangkar Puensum is the highest unclimbed peak in the world.