Trekking Route In All Around Tibet

Attraction

Different Days Trekking & Hiking Tour
Attraction: Gaden To Samye Trek Tsurpu to Yangpachen Trek, Samye to Qingku Trek, Tingri to Everest Base camp Trek, Kailash Trek, Yamdrok Lake short Trek, Namtso Short Trek.

Trekking Information

We offer best choice of trekking and hiking in Tibet. All trekking route divided in to two main column . Longer and shoter treks

Long Trekking and Hikking Route in Tibet

Treks Name                  Trek Day           Starting Point         Ending Point                  Maximum Altitude      Best Season

Gaden to Samye           3 to 4 Day           Gaden                     Amealung                           5100 M                      June to Sep

Trek

Everest Base Camp      3 to 4 Day         Old Tingri              Rongbuk Monastery               5200 M                       June to Sep

Trek        

Mount Kailash Kora     3 Days               Darchen                    Darchen                              5600 M                       June to Sep

Trek              

Shalu to Narthang         3 Days                Shalu                        Narthang                         4800 M                         June to Sep

Trek      

Tsurpur to Yangpachen   3 Days          Tsurpur                     Yangpachen                       5100 M                         June to Sep

Trek      

Short Trekking and Hikking Route Tibet

Treks Name                    Trek Day              Starting point           Ending Point              Maximum Altitude   Bestseason

Namtso Short              1 or Half Day            Largela Pass           Tashi Island                 5100 M                          June to Sep

 Trek

PurongKhang Short       Half   Day         PurongKhang               PurongKhang                5300 M                         June to Sep

Trek

Yamdrok Lake short       Half   Day         Yamdrok Lake              Yamdrok Town             4600 M                          June to Sep

Trek

Drak Yerpa short            Half   Day         Drak Yerpa                       Drak Yerpa                4550 M                          June to Sep

Trek

                                                                                           

What kind of gear should I bring for trekking in Tibet?

As to the equipment for trekking, your tour operator will do the big work for you, like the tent, cooking equipment, food, car, truck and packing for animals etc. Even these facilities will be arranged by the company, you still need at least 2-3 months to prepare for your personal packing. When planning your clothing needs for a trek, think in terms of layers. Layers of clothing will keep you warm, but can be removed to gradually prevent overheating. During spring and autumn the night temperature in the mountains often dip below freezing, making warm gear essential. In the summer the days can be hot, requiring light cotton clothing. Adequate wet-weather gear is also a priorit during the summer. Remember that the mountainous regions of Tibet can receive snow any month of the year, and always be prepared for cold weather if you will be trekking at elevations much above4880m. Make sure that the clothing you will wear most often can be washed in cold water and dries quickly.
What are other things I may need in my trekking?
Many of the following items are optional. Don’t try to bring everything ,you would need a herd of yaks to carry it. If you are on commercial trek, the weight limit for personal duffel bags is usually 15kg.
Pocket knife: Swiss -army style is best.
Sewing kit: One small kit. A leather sewing awl is ideal for big repairs.
Duct tape: One small roll for repairs.
Compass: For use with trail description and orientation with maps.
Altimeters: Measures altitude as a function of the barometric pressure.
Gaiters: Good for winter treks or wet trails conditions during monsoon.
Insulated booties: Down or fiber-filled, for the colder months.
Umbrella: The lightweight collapsible kind for rain and hot sunshine.
Waterproof ground sheet or poncho: Handy for laying out gear on wet ground.
Cooking pots: Necessary only if you are trekking as an individual.
Utensils: Supplied on commercial treks. Have your own pair of chopsticks if you plan to eat in local restaurants.
Drinking cup: For the butter tea that will be served if you visit a monastery or Tibetan home. Carry it in your daypack.
Nylon cord: 15-20 feet for clothesline.
Toilet paper: Stock up before the trek starts. Always burn it after using.
Butane cigarette lighter: Superior to matches when burning used toilet paper in windy conditions.
Toiletries: Use a stuff sack to hold your toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, soap dish, dental floss, skin moisturizer, and perhaps a mirror.
Towel: Two small, thin towels are preferable to one thick towel.
Fish light: A headlamp is ideal for camping AA and D batteries are the most common in Tibet and China, but of poor quality. Bring extra alkaline from hoe.
Plastic bags: A few of each size, from sandwich style to strong trash bags.
Sunglasses: Necessary for Tibet’s bright, high altitude sunlight. Darker glacier-type glasses with side hoods are necessary in the mountains and after fresh snowfalls.
Sun creams and lip balm: Sun block with a 15SPF rating or higher is recommended. Lip balms prevent burning and chapping.

Gaden to Samye Trek Itinerary

Day01 Arrive in Lhasa,pick up,rest
Day02 Lhasa Excursion: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street
Day03 Lhasa Excursion:Tibetan Museum, Norbulinka, Sera Monastery
Day04 to Day08 trek from Ganden to Samye
Day04 Lhasa-Ganden(45km)Start Trek from Ganden to Hepu (5.5hrs) [full board meals by cook/camping]
Day05 Yama Do- Tsotup Chu Valley (4-5 hrs) [full board meals/camping]
Day06 Tsotup Chu-Herder’s Camp (5 hrs) [full board meals/camping]
Day07 Herder’s Camp-Yamalung (5-6 hrs) [full board meals/camping]
Day08 Yamalung-Samye (4 hrs) [full board meals]
Day09 Samye Monastery/Lhasa
Day10 Departure

Everst Base Camp Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Gonggar airport then drive to Lhasa. Hotel (BB),
Day 02: Sightseeing of Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Market. Hotel (BB),
Day 03: Sightseeing of Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery. Hotel (BB),
Day 04: Drive to Gyantse via Yamdrok Tso, visit Khumbum Monastery. Hotel (BB),
Day 05: Drive to Shigatse, visit Tashilimphu Monastery. Hotel (BB),
Day 06: Drive to Tingri. Camping (AP),
Day 07: Trek to Lung Thang. Camping (AP),
Day 08: Trek to Lamna La. Camping (AP),
Day 09: Trek to Rongbuk. Camping (AP),
Day 10: Excursion to Everest Base Camp,Drive back to Shigatse Hotel (BB),
Day 11: Drive back to Lhasa . Hotel (BB),
Day 12:Transfer to Airport or Train Station.

Mount Kailash Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Kodari then to Zhangmu then to Nyalam. Guest House (BB).
Day 02: Acclimatization day. Guest House (BB).
Day 03: Drive to Saga. Guest House (BB).
Day 04: Drive to Parayang. Guest House (BB).
Day 05: Drive to Mansarovar. Guest House (BB).
Day 06: Explore Lake Mansarovar. Guest House (BB).
Day 07: Drive to Darchen. Guest House (BB).
Day 08: Drive to Tarboche then trek to Dira puk. Guest House (BB).
Day 09: Trek to Zutul Puk. Guest House (BB).
Day 10: Trek end drive to Darchen. Guest House (BB).
Day 11: Drive back to Paryang. Guest House (BB).
Day 12: Drive to Saga. Guest House (BB).
Day 13: Drive to Nyalam. Guest House (BB).
Day 14: Drive to Zhangmu then to Kathmandu.

Namtso Lake Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Gonggar airport then drive to Lhasa, Hotel (BB).
Day 02: Sightseeing of Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Market, Hotel (BB).
Day 03: Sightseeing of Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery, Hotel (BB).
Day 04: Drive to Damshung. Then trek to Guwanakbuk, Camping (AP).
Day 05: Trek to Gong valley Gongdok to Gyarong, Camping (AP).
Day 06: Trek to Gong Pass and Gong Pagor, Camping (AP).
Day 07: Trek to Namtso, Camping (AP).
Day 08: Trek to Tashi-do then return to Lhasa, Hotel (BB).
Day 09: Drive to Dorje Drak ? Samye then to Tsedang, Hotel (BB).
Day 10: Sightseeing of Yamublakhang and Yurlung Valley, Hotel (BB).
Day 11: Drive to airport for flight to China or Kathmandu

Shalu Monastery to Narthang Monastery Trek

Day 01: Getting into Lhasa Hotel
Day 02 : Sightseeing in Lhasa, visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple & Barkhor Market. Overnight at Lhasa Hotel
Day 03 Visiting Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery,Overnight at Lhasa Hotel
Day04 Drive to yamdrok, Palkor Monastery, Gyantse over night Hotel
Day 05 Drive to Shalu Monastery an start your trek over night camping
Day 06 Upper lungsang , Ngor Monastery, over night camping
Day 07 Ngor Monastery to Narthang Monastery over night Shigatse Hotel
Day 08 Shigatse sightseeing Drive back to Lhasa over night hotel
Day 09 Lhasa transfer to Airport or train station

Tsurpu Monastery to Yangpachen Trek

Day01:Getting into Lhasa Hotel
Day02Sightseeing in Lhasa, visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple & Barkhor Market. Overnight at Lhasa Hotel
Day 03 :Visiting Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery,Overnight at Lhasa Hotel
Day 04:Drive to Tsurpu Monastery start your Trek over nigh Monastery
Day 05:Day 5: Tsurphu Monastery / Leten, trekking 4 hours, 11km
Day 6: Leten / Bartso, trekking 5-6 hours, 15km

Day 7: Bartso / Dorje Ling Nunnery, Trekking 4 hours, 15km

Day 8: Dorje Ling Nunnery / Yangpachen Monastery / Yangpachen Hotsprings / Lhasa, trekking 4 hours, 14km

Day 9: Leaving Lhasa

Hiking & Trekking in Yamdrok Lake

Day 1: Arrive in Lhasa by air.transfer to Hotel
Day 2:Sightseeing in Lhasa, Potala Palace, Jokhang temple, Barkor Street
Day 3: Sightseeing in Lhasa, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery.
Day 4:Drive to Yamdrok Lake, Over night camping .
Day 5: Hiking in Lake side to Samding Monastery Over night Camping.
Day 6: Drive Back to Lhasa
Day 7: End Your tour