Recommended Season: Mid March to Early May, Late September to Early November
Maximum Elevation: 4400 meters
Difficulty: Medium to Hard
A trek off the beaten path! Like Haa valley itself, this trek fairly unexplored and untouched. Making your own trail through thorny bushes and climbing up hills on all four limbs, it is an outdoor adventure of the best kind.
This ancient trail was once used by the people of Haa and the surrounding regions to trade with their neighbours up north. This trek takes you to high altitudes within the region of Haa, taking you close to the borders of Sikkim, India to the west and China to the north. With spectacular vistas of multiple layered valleys and snow clad mountains like Jhumolhari, Jichu Draké and Gangar Puensuem and even the third highest mountain in the world Mount Kangchenjunga can be seen once over the Tsejey La pass on the second day. This 5 night 6 day trek takes you up to the mysterious Norb Tshona Patta Lake. It is believed by the Bhutanese people that Terton (treasure revealer) Sherab Membar fished many highly treasured artifacts from the lake of which, the highest prized treasure was a pair of cymbal that is still played to this day at the Paro Tshechu every year.
Note: Sighting of flora and fauna is seasonal.