It is the high altitude, long distances, climate, remoteness, and logistical organization that make this trek so challenging. It is for these reasons that make the Lunana region of Bhutan is one of the least visited areas of the world. This is a 28-day trek through a high alpine country, crossing the north of Bhutan near the border with Tibet. It covers a distance of 356 kilometers, crosses over eight high mountain passes, several of a which are over 5,000 meters, and stays at an average altitude of 4,000 meters. We will see many unnamed and unmapped peaks up to 7,000 m. This is a difficult trek but is a suitable objective for fit hill walkers. Flexibility and patience will be required at times!
Trip Code NSTR266