About Jomolhari Trek:
This exhilarating trekking adventure in Bhutan takes you to the base camp of Mount Jomolhari – one of the most celebrated Himalayan mountains in the country
It is a challenging trek, not recommended for seasoned trekkers, and good mental and physical preparation is suggested well before participation
Participants are required to cover long distances including steep climbs on trek to Jomolhari
The major highlights of the adventure are the grand views of Jomolhari, Jichu Drake, Tserimgang, Masanggang
Additionally, a spectacle of diverse flora and fauna can be seen en route in the form of refreshing vegetation of rhododendron, pine, etc., and a wide range of native and migratory avifauna
Drukgyel Dzong is the starting point of the trail that runs along Paro Chhu and passes through sweeping meadows, thick pine forests, paddy fields, and remote traditional villages of Bhutan
After covering this 115 km long trail, you reach the ending point of the trek, Dodena
Jomolhari, also spelled as Chomolhari, is a Himalayan mountain, bordering China, Bhutan and Tibet. Fondly called the Bride of Kanchenjunga, this mighty mountain rises to an elevation of over 24,000 feet.
Jomolhari Trek is a thrilling adventure in Bhutan that offers you a once in a lifetime opportunity to witness the beauty of this mountain up close from its base camp at Jangothang, which also happens to be one of the most picturesque campsites in the country.
Categorized as a challenging trek, this adventure, by all means, is an ultimate dose of thrill and a generously rewarding experience for anyone who is seeking some real action in the Bhutanese Himalayas. Over the span of 8 or 9 days, you will be surprised to see the variety of landscapes unfolding in front of you.
From rolling meadows decked with flower beds and dense blue pine forests of Jigme Dorji National Park to roaring stream of Paro Chhu and quaint villages with traditional atmosphere, the trekking expedition to Jomolhari will help you discover varied aspects of Bhutan and its distinctiveness.