This can be seen either from the Base camp or from Chele La (pass). Sometimes, in clear sky, it can also be seen from Drukgyal Dzong of Paro.
Trek was tough due to mud and horse droppings , tenting in snow and ice and Horses not pleasant ! Best to trek in Nepal and stay in Guest houses but get comparable Himilayan views ... Wonderfully friendly genuine generous people in Bhutan . Art and culture worth the visit but not trekking ...
Presumably this refers to the Base Camp or one of the number of treks through Base Camp. Though the mountains in Bhutan are now off limits, Jolmolhari was first climbed in 1937. However you see it, at 7326m, Jolmolhari is impressive, whether viewed from an airplane, from Chelela or from up close at Base Camp.
Beautiful snowcapped mountains, holds one spell - bounded. Its a must visit if you are in Thimphu. The entire area is charming and especially in the month of December when we were there, it was amazing.
We stopped here to have dinner one night and were pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness and the decent quality meal served here. It was a p,erasure to sit in clean quiet surroundings, be served smilingly and at fairly reasonable costs,
This trail went through 5 climate zones passing several stupas and monestaries. Unfortunately we were pushed back by early snows and the Yaks would not go any further.
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