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Trekking in Tibet

Tibet offers great opportunity for trekking on the planet. The most extensive jumble of mountains stretching for almost 1900 miles (3000 km) and forming its entire southern boundary of the Himalaya up to its western extremity is the best realm for trekking. Between these northern Tibet and eastern Tibet you will find an unusually diverse and strikingly beautiful landscape of snowcapped peaks, lush rhododendron & conifer forests and fertile agricultural valley, too.

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Ganden - Samye Trek

It is one of the most popular treks in Central Tibet. Ganden is situated 45 km east of Lhasa on the Highway which follows the south bank of the Kyi Chu to Medro Gongkar. The Ganden Monastery is perched on a ridge-Gokpo Ri, which was chosen by Tsong Khapa for his meditation. 

Tibet Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp trek is the second popular trekking route in Tibet. Most of the time we walk on a plateau over 4300m and cross over Nam-la 5300m pass. So, this trekking route is really difficult one on high altitude. However, it offers a splendid views of north face of Everest and other snowy mountain peaks around.

Kangshang Valley Trek

Kang Shang valley, named after the glacier, is one of the most remote trekking destinations in central Tibet. The roundtrip walk of 8 days to E.B.C. begins at Yuba. The valley absolutely roars with the summer monsoon, the snow that accumulates daily on the peaks starts rumbling at noon and continues to fall noisily throughout the most nights

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