Snowman Trek

The Snowman Trek is the longest and toughest trek in Bhutan, spanning 4000 m to 7000 m. It is designed for serious trekkers and nature lovers with excellent health and a high spirit of adventure. After reaching Laya, the trek turns eastward and crosses Ganglakarchung Pass (5100 m) before entering the remote Lunana region, inhabited by farmers and herders in the villages of Thega and Chezo. The trek is challenging, crossing tough passes, remote lakes, and lush green forests without encountering wild animals. Most campsites are on Glacier Mountain, offering breathtaking views of majestic mountains, glacial rivers, turquoise alpine lakes, and crystalline waterfalls. Along the way, you will encounter a variety of wild animals, including blue sheep, takins, and snow leopards. You will also have the opportunity to interact with Yak herders, who live in harmony with nature. The Snowman Trek is a paradise for trekkers and nature lovers.