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Starting at Drukgyel Dzong, Paro this trek passes through scattered hamlets and farmland, into a deep and richly forested valley, which leads to a high alpine pastureland where yak herders graze their animals. The trek offers a taste of great variety of Bhutanese landscape. Your camp at Jangothang will give you a splendid close view of Jumolhari Mountain, and trekkers can walk two to three hours to reach the base of the mountain. This mountain has never been climbed as the local yak herders believed it to be the abode of their legendary Goddess.
During the day it will be warmer with temperature ranging from 12-18 degree celcius. While during the night the temperature will fall below zero degree celcius. In Oct and November, the night temperature will be negative 5-6 degree celcius. You must carry warm sleeping bags.
Our trekking guides are trained and certified by the government to handle AMS and other emergencies on treks. You have access to mobile networks on some point of trails and a daily contact is being maintained with the office back in city.
Littering is not allowed on all trek routes. Hand over your wastes to your trekking staff. They will put in a garbage bag and carry along with them to city to be thrown into proper bins.
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