Jumolhari is one of the Bhutan’s most beautiful mountains and it towers over the Paro Valley with a height of 7314m. From Jangothang the view of the mountains is spectacular. It is an adventure, 13-day trip, which starts from Drukgyel Dzong (2580 m) the14 km north of Paro and ends to Dodena nearby the Thimpu. This is a popular hiking with the two high passes including Nyilila Pass (4870 m) and Yelila Pass (4930 m) that offers superb views of the Mt.Jomolhari (7300 m) and Jitchu drake (7000 m).
This trek is moderate to the strenuous journey. Enjoying the camping trip that offers 6 to 8 hours of walking. During this trek we get the opportunity to see a great variety of flora and fauna including rhododendron, different kinds of birds, monkeys and blue sheep. We pass many mountain lakes and get some really magnificent mountain views that border the Tibet and Bhutan where we can see the terraced fields and human settlements in the lowland. Routes in this places are suitable for the beginners, beside others can be long and challenging. The best season for this trek is March to June and October to November.
Day 01: Kathmandu to Paro
Day 02: Sightseeing
Day 03 : Punakha.
Day 04 : Punakha to Paro
Day 05 : Taktsang Day Excursion Paro
Day 06 : Gunitsawa to Shingkharap
Day 07 : Shingkhaprap to Thangthangkha
Day 08 : Thangthangkha to Jangothang (Jhomolhari Base Camp)
Day 09 : Rest day and Excursion around Jumolhari Base camp
Day 10 : Jangothang to Yaksa
Day 11 : Yaksa to Thongbu
Day 12 : Thongbu to Gunitsawa
Day 13 : Paro to kathmandu