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We stayed at Tiger's Nest Resort in Paro. On 9 November morning, our Driver took us to a point hardly 10-15 mts drive from the Resort, from where we can have a look at Mt. Jumolhari peak. Wonderful sight as the sky was clear.
We just came back from the Jomolhari trek, going from Sharna Zampa to Dodina.
The first 2 days of the trek are nothing to write home about. Lonely Planet writes: "Brace yourself for a long, hard day... made worse by all the rock-hopping to avoid...More
It was an amazing trekking to Jhomolhari base camp! Not the easiest (6 nights/7 days), but really beautiful and we had an amazing crew that took care of every detail, including a shower tent!! We had the privilege of staying 2 nights at the camp...More
I completed a 7-day trek on the Jomolhari loop from Shana to Thimphu.
The trek is through majestic and beautiful valleys, across fast-flowing, glacier-fed rivers on wooden plank bridges. We battled searing sun, icy winds, snow and treacherous ascents and descents taking us from around...More
On a wonderful sunny day you could actually spot the Jumolhari mountain from Paro Drugyel Dzong. Further the best to spot the mountain is to go for Jumolhari Trek, where you will camp on the base of Jumolhari Mountain on the second night.
Chelela Pass at a height of 3988 m overs a bird's eye view of Paro valley and the tallest mountain peak Jhomolhari in Bhutan. In November its cold and windy and a must see place to visit for trekkers and non trekkers. Good spot for...More
I think it is too risky. A child of 2 years cannot express the symptoms of high altitude sickness. Medical care in this area does not exist. Wait for awhile the mountain is not going anywhere. A 4 year old might enjoy it... More
I think it is too risky. A child of 2 years cannot express the symptoms of high altitude sickness. Medical care in this area does not exist. Wait for awhile the mountain is not going anywhere. A 4 year old might enjoy it more.