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This is the world that Kevin Grange wrote about in Beneath Blossom Rain: Discovering Bhutan on the toughest trek in the world. His acclaimed book is a reminder that a world exists that reminds us to “Live it all”. The Snowman trek is a reminder of why we seek nature out. This trek is difficult but it’s about losing yourself in the wilderness and finding ultimate bliss as nature draws you in and lets you out each minute. As you cross many high mountain passes, you look out to an entire mountain range that seem scattered, floating above the clouds like islands of snow. When you reach isolated hills, you can see the meadows below in a dreamlike series of flashes as the sun rays play across it.

When you cross Nyile La, the mountain pass of the Gods, you can see everything on earth dwarfed and the mountains standing on your shoulders and the only feeling you can muster up is humility! When you reach Shomuthang, you can see pastures uninhabited, unveiling each beautiful scenery piece by piece, allowing you time to process your overwhelming sensations. When you reach Laya village, you will have seen a world that is only about nature, where no one exists except beauty in its most pristine form. This trek is long and may not be for everyone. But it is a trail that awaits people who search for the elusive world of peace and isolation. For it is a world without ego, where everything else fades, where mirrors do not exist and where you can drown yourself and find resurrection. “Live it all” is what the Snowman Trek is all about. e. At the small Chozo Dzong there are some lay monks.

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  • Trip Grade Challenging
  • Trip Duration 15-30 days
  • Destination Bhutan
  • Activities Trekking & Walking
  • Group Size 4-16
  • Trip Seasons October & November
  • Price $5000 and above
  • Max. Altitude 5,320/17, 455ft [Rinchen Zoe La]
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There are many spectacular places one can visit around the world. Each place offers a distinct ambiance and degree of surprise, no matter what one has read or seems to know about a particular place.

It’s hardly an unusual remark to say that spirituality beckons a traveller, but it’s no less valid for the repetition. Tengboche monastery, gathered in the shadow of Mt. Everest and Mt. Ama Dablam, among the highest mountains in the world, thrives in a tough environment and exudes spiritual fervour. It’s no wonder that, more than six decades ago, it inspired Tenzin and Hillary on their first ascent. And it’s still inspiring us today. After a riveting landing at the famed Lukla airstrip, a shaky beginning of a marvellous Everest trek, amidst roaring applause from relieved passengers, you come across the most breathtaking sun glistened view in all of the Nepal Himalayas - the Khumbu region. Tengboche can be reached via Namche Bazaar, a quaint town that mostly shelters mountain climbers, trekkers and people of the Sherpa community. From the airstrip at Lukla, it takes about three days of uphill trek. Tengboche lies on a ridge at an altitude of 3,870 meters.

Trekkers have long been drawn to Nepal, enticed by the Himalayas. But with a plethora of adventure enthusiasts flocking to Everest and Annapurna more than often, these trails and routes (while magnificent) have become too frequent and familiar. That’s why the country’s uncommon trekking trails are so embraced by a few trekkers as they afford glimpses of landscapes that command serenity and seclusion in the absolute sense. These routes have attracted a new wave of visitors to be freshly charmed and to be enthralled by Nepal’s dramatic mountains, deep forests, and the stunning rivers that remain unexplored. These trails take you to alpine settings at the highest points, and primeval forests and glacial lakes of Nepal’s enchanting rustic regions, the crown jewels of Himalayas’ ultimate serene settings and sun-splashed meadows that have rarely seen any population. From the highest points in the country and the soaring peaks of the Nepal Himalayas, these treks offer a phenomenal range of environments and thrilling adventures; all but accessible only on foot.

For those who are seeking the ultimate test of their physical stamina and their need to embark on this ultimate journey, Thorong La rewards them with the best views that one can’t even begin to imagine. At 5416 metres, Thorong-La (Mountain Pass), situated in the Mustang District, is perhaps the most challenging in the Nepal Himalayas.

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  • Elevation 5416m
  • Places Annapurna Region
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The Everest Three Passes Trekking is an epic, exhilarating and ultimate trekking experience. This trekking journey offers an experience of high passes & alpine pastures.  Our carefully planned trek takes you to the centre of the towering Himalayas and an outstanding hike to Gokyo Ri and your next amazing hike to Kala Pathar, for a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest.
Once you reach Kala Pattar, you will most likely experience the sense of nirvana that comes with the achievement of this spectacular and epic journey.
We have carefully crafted this itinerary to allow you ample time for acclimatization and enjoying the beautiful multi-hued prayer flags, prayer wheels and intricately carved Mani stones lining every hilltop, rock wall and trailside.
It is almost singing prayers to the gods with every breeze and every passing traveler.
Experience the awe-inspiring sight of the towering Himalayas that catch the last rays of the sun, before darkness settles.

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  • Trip Grade Image g6
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • Trip Duration 15-30 days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Activities Trekking & Walking
  • Group Size 2
  • Trip Seasons March-June/Sep-Nov
  • Price $1501 - $2500
  • Max. Altitude 5545m /18192 ft [ Kalapathar ]
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