Trekking in Tibet introduces us the different mountainous regions with spectacular sights- broad valleys of barley, yak pastures, picturesque valleys of flowers, deep gorges, rugged high altitude deserts, highly glaciated mountain passes. Trekkers will have an opportunity to interect with the Tibetan nomads and experience their rich culture and lifestyle. On the trail, one will also have a closer view of Himalayan black bear, giant Tibetan brown bear, snow leopard and many other exotic species of alpine flora. Some of regular Tibet trekking programs that we organize are listed below, which are available on group joining or private basis.
Ganden Samye trek is one of the most finest and adventurous trekking in central Tibet. This trek begins from a Ganden Valley visiting a famous Ganden Monastery which is situated about 45 km east of Lhasa on the highway which follows the south bank of Kyi Chu to Medro Gongkar. This is an excellent basic trek which combines important historical sites with a beautiful hike through high-altitude nomadic areas.
Shishapangme Base Camp Trek is just an easy trek begins with Land cruiser drive and can explore around Base camp of Mt. Shisapangma, the third highest mountain peak in the Tibet. From the Base Camp you will have a stunning view of the Himalayan mountain range, and many high peaks. Normal trek starts from Nyalam and ends at Base Camp, which takes 5-6 days and is one of the Tibet's finest high alpine walks.
Our trek passes through glaciated valleys and mountains of the Nyenchen Thanglha range to the pebbled shores of the Namtso lake. Surrounded by spectacular snow-covered mountains, it is a place of desolate beauty and the site of a holy hermitage that draws pilgrims from all over Tibet.
Mount Namche Barwa is the highest snow peak in the Linzhe area. The Namchag Barwa Trek encircles the Yarlong Tsangpo River valley (also known as the Namchag Barwa valley), and is the largest valley in the world. The average depth of the valley is 5000m, with the lowest point 5382m.