Peak Climbing in Bhutan
Peak to climb in Bhutan
Bhutan\'s highest peak, at 7,554 meters above sea level, is north-central Kulha Gangri, close to the border with China; the second highest peak, Chomo Lhari, overlooking the Chumbi Valley in the west is 7,314 meters above sea level; nineteen other peaks exceed 7,000 meters. The most challenging treks lie at the northwestern border where the highest peaks of the Himalayas separate Bhutan and Tibet. Peak climbing is gradually becoming popular among trekkers. The most well-known of these being the Chomolhari trek, the Lingshi/Laya trek and the Lunana trek. These peak climbing will take you close to huge snow, ice and rock faces of mountains, where the only inhabitants are rare species of wildlife, and the people mainly yak herders.
Itinerary of Chomo Lhari Peak
Day 01: Arrive Paro International Airport.
Day 02: Paro- Sightseeing.
Day 03: Paro - Shana.
Day 04: Shana- - Soi Thangthangkha.
Day 05: Soi Thangthangkha - Jangothang.
Day 06: Jangothang- Halt.
Day 07: Jangothang - Lingshi.
Day 08: Lingshi - Halt.
Day 09: Lingshi - Shodu.
Day 10: Shodu - Barshong.
Day 11: Barshong - Dolam Kencho.
Day 12: Dolam Kencho - Thimphu.
Day 13: Thimphu - Day excursion to Punakha &Wangdi.
Day 14: Thimphu - Sightseeing.
Day 15: Thimphu - Paro International Airport.