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Jomolhari Trek II

Jomolhari Trek II is the shorter one of the two Jomolhari routes and the most popular trek in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2500m (lowest) and nearly 5000m (highest) it offers a wide range of stunning landscape with diverse fauna and flora. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari base camp in Jangothang. The Jomolhari Trek II is meant for trekkers who want to avoid high passes and high altitude, while still having the majestic impressions of Mount Jomolhari.

Note: The trekking tour program does not include the total duration. Please select the trek of your choice and contact us. We will send you the program and duration. You can also combine the trek with the cultural tours. The trek which is less than five nights is the cultural trek that is done with the cultural tours.

Duration: 8 days

Maximum Elevation: 4890m
Highest Camp: 4080m
Standard: Medium
Best Seasons: April-June & September-November
Start: Drukgyel Dzong, Paro
Finish: Drukgyel Dzong, Paro

Day 1-4: See Jhomolhari Trek I

Day 5: Jangothang – Dhumzo

(Distance: 16km, Duration: 7 hours, Ascent: 810m, Descent: 1090m, Camp altitude: 3800m)

The trail leads to a last settlement in the valley and drops to the Paro Chhu. Passing the lake of Tshophu (4380m) you will climb up steeply to Bhonte La pass at 4890m, the highest point of this trek route. Reaching the Dhumzo Chhu river, you trek downstream passing the few houses of Dhumzo to arrive at your campsite.

Day 6: Dhumzo – Thombu Shong

(Distance: 11km, Duration: 4-5 hours, Ascent: 720m, Descent: 340m, Camp altitude: 4180m)

The trail climbs 100m over a ridge to drop to another stream. After crossing the Takhung La pass (4520m) you descend to Thombu Shong, three yak herder huts with your campsite next to them.

Day 7: Thombu Shong – Sharna Zampa

(Distance: 13km, Duration: 5 hours, Ascent: 200m, Descent: 1650m, Camp altitude: 2850m)

Crossing Thombu La pass (4,380m) you will finally reach Gunitsawa and the campsite of your first night of this trek.

Day 8: Sharna Zampa – Drukgyel Dzong

(Distance: 17km, Duration: 4-6 hours, Ascent: 80m, Descent: 360m)

As you trek the valley opens, coming across the primary school and shop. From Mitshi Zampa you can see how the dzong is positioned and where the path takes you finally to Drugyel Dzong.