The best trekking routes in Tibet

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The best trekking routes in Tibet
For world-wide travel enthusiasts, Tibet is an attractive holy land for exploring. Its stunning natural wonders and vibrant Buddhist culture echo irresistible magnetism. Among dozens of ways of experiencing true Tibet trekking, the following routes are universally taken as the best choices for ardent travelers. Ready to hit the road? Here are top trekking routes in Tibet.

 
  • Gama Valley Trek

    Gama Valley TrekGama Valley Trek

    Garma Valley in Tingri County is one of the most beautiful valleys in the world. The area is located at the Eastern side of Mount Everest and Gamma Valley Trek is one of the top ten classic trekking routes in the world.

    Gama Valley is a very remote area and not easy to reach. Only transportation available are yaks and horses. This is an advanced trek but rewards you with incredibly beautiful environment and scenery. The area is a trekking paradise and offers both forests as well as treeless high-altitude environment on the way. This area is in fact one of the last virgin worlds on the planet where you can experience total wilderness. You can also continue all the way to Everest Base Camp after completing the route here.

  • East Mount Everest Base Camp – Kangshung Face

    East Mount Everest Base Camp – Kangshung FaceEast Mount Everest Base Camp – Kangshung Face

    This is an 8 day trek to the seldom visited Kangshung Face Base Camp which serves as the eastern base camp for Mount Everest. The trail passes over two high passes the; Shao La (4915m) and Langma La (5200m) and passes through the beautiful Gama Valley. The trek passes through an area of rich floral diversity and some of the world’s highest elevation forests before bringing you to the base camp where you have great views of Everest, Lhotse and Makalu (all 8000m peaks).

    Note that this trek brings you to the same area as the Gama Valley Trek mentioned above but from a different approach. The Kangshung Face is the most dangerous approach to Everest and the least used. The impressive rock wall viewed from base camp has a vertical relief of over 3,350 metres.

  • Mt. Amnye Machen Trek

    Mt. Amnye Machen TrekMt. Amnye Machen Trek

    Mt. Amnye Machen has for some time been viewed as a holy mountain and a position of the journey. Previously, up to 10,000 Tibetans would make the 120-mile circumambulation of the mountain every year. The principal European adventurers depicted it as one of the colossal geological disclosures of the twentieth century. On your excursion to the heavenly mountain, drive by red dirt mountains, sand hills, and the Yellow River.

  • Ganden to Samye Trek

    Ganden to Samye TrekGanden to Samye Trek

    Ganden to Samye Trek route follows the ancient pilgrimage and covers remote mountain crossings, diverse landscape of valleys, alpine forests and many small lakes. On the route, you can also encounter nomads. This is one of the most beautiful trekking routes in Tibet which mixes Buddhist spirituality with incredible Tibet scenery.

    This trekking route starts at The Ganden Monastery near Lhasa but requires 4 or 5 days of hiking and you will cover 80 kilometers. During the trekking, you will also briefly cross two 5,000 meters plus passes. The Ganden Monastery at 4,300m to Samye 3540m route is a traditional pilgrimage route between two revered holy sites.

  • Trek from Tingri to EBC via Ra-chu Valley

    Trek from Tingri to EBC via Ra-chu ValleyTrek from Tingri to EBC via Ra-chu Valley

    There is no spot on earth entirely like the Everest Region in Tibet, and trekking to its Base Camp joined with true social encounters is long lasting dream for some individuals. Arranged at an elevation of 5,208 meters, the North Base Camp is utilized when climbing through the upper east edge and offers a medium to testing 3-4 days of trekking. One of the best choices is to begin at Everest Base Camp and go through Rombuk Monastery and Raiju (Ra-chu) Valley and completion at Tingri.

  • Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp

    Old Tingri to Everest Base CampOld Tingri to Everest Base Camp

    In spite of the fact that everybody is enthusiastic to have a decent perspective of the lofty Mount Everest, not all individuals can accomplish their fantasy, not to mention trek to visit the Everest. Tingri to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is prestigious as a world-class trekking course.

    You will achieve 70 km in 4 entire days by walking; the course of trekking is in a high-height area with elevations going somewhere around 4400m and 5300m, while in transit to Everest Base Camp you will have enough time to investigate the valleys and icy masses beneath the monstrous north-face of Mt. Everest and perspective the most heavenly world's most noteworthy mountain landscape.

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