On your mountain bike you embark on the adrenaline-fueled explorations of Bhutan’s inaccessible routes from West to East. The biking journey kick starts from Paro following a single paved road that meets up further with steep, narrow, rocky and muddy paths through several alpine passes, or extreme washboard caused by cattle or yak. Crossing by a total of seven undulating mountain passes, you make several ascents and descents stretching before you a real picture of Bhutanese Lifestyle. From Thimpu to the Indian border post at Samdrup Jongkhar, you get to experience Bhutan up close and personal on a mountain bike.
Sightseeing in Paro and Bumthang valley
Peddle through Thrumshing la (4050m)
Day 1 Day 01 - Arrival at Paro. O/n
Day 2 Day 02 - Sightseeing at Paro. O/n
Day 3 Day 03 - Commence cycle tour to east across Dochula pass altitude 3050m. and camp at Khuruthang day.
Day 4 Day 04 - Visit Punakha dzong and continue towards Gangtey Gompa via Wangdiphodrang. O/n camp.
Day 5 Day 05 - Cycle down to Norbuling and then cross Pelela pass altitude 3300 m towards Trongsa. O/n
Day 6 Day 06 - Cycle uptoYotola pass altitude 3600m and then down to Dumkhar, Chumi and to Bumthang. O/n
Day 7 Day 07 - S/seeing of Bumthang valley. O/n
Day 8 Day 08 - Cycle to Ura and cross Thrumshing la altitude 4050 m and downhill to Sengor.O/n camp
Day 9 Day 09 - Cycle to Kuru Zam, Mongar. O/n camp
Day 10 Day 10 - A short climb to Mongar. O/n
Day 11 Day 11 - Cross Korila pass altitude 2600m to Trashigang. O/n
Day 12 Day 12 - Cycle to Wamrong. O/n
Day 13 Day 13 - Cycle to Samdrup Jongkhar. O/n camp
Day 14 Day 14 - Cycle or drive to Guwahati (India )for departure.
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I would like to thank you for everything. I had a great time biking in Bhutan. Sankten tours was excellent too and Basant too. Thanks again.