The Druk Path trek is one of the more popular treks in Bhutan as it is short, moderate and suitable for anyone in good physical health and who enjoys hiking through picturesque landscapes of blue pine forests, high hills, lakes and stunning views of distant high peaks.
In April and May the trail becomes even more stunning when the rhododendrons are in full bloom. September to November is also a good time to take this trail, as the weather is awesome will plenty of blue sky and sun shine. The trek starts from Paro and heads towards Thimphu along the Paro valley. It goes along ridges that offer spectacular views of the Himalayas including Mount Gangkar Puensum, Bhutan’s highest peak.
The trek will reach an altitude of 4,210m.
|Grade/Difficulty||EasyEasy and relaxed routes generally involve walking not more than three to four hours a day following a trail that stays at a steady altitude and has negligible ascents and descents. These routes are usually over three to five days. to ModerateModerate to strenuous routes involve walking for more than four hours in a day and there will a noticeable change in altitude of the route. These routes will also involve going over one or two mountain-passes with a number of steeps ascents thrown in.|
|Group size||2-20 max|
|Departure Dates||Twin Share||Single Supplement||Booking||Remarks|
|24th March 2016||US$2608||US$2743||Open||Arrive earlier to attend Paro festival 19 -23 March|
|15th Oct 2016||US$2608||US$2743||Open||Arrive earlier to attend Thimphu festival 11 -13 Oct|
Druk Path Trek detail itinerary
DAY 1~ ARRIVAL AT PARO