After 60 Years, the Trans Bhutan Trail is Reopening for Travelers

The Trans Bhutan Trail is reopening to visitors for the first time in 60 years. The trail connects nine districts, 28 local governments, two municipalities, one national park, and 400 historic and cultural sites over 402 kilometres.

The trail will be open to the public in April 2022, and visitors from all over the world will be able to walk it. The Bhutan Canada Foundation, which is the project’s primary donor, has funded the Trans Bhutan Trail’s restoration work.

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In addition to being able to ride mountain bikes through the route, visitors will be able to explore 18 major bridges and climb 10,000 stairs.

Trans Bhutan
Trans Bhutan

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The trail will take you through the breathtaking Himalayan region of the eastern Himalayas. It’s an opportunity to see Bhutan’s scenic beauty, which most visitors don’t get to see during their Bhutan trips. The trail has a 500-year history and is lined with historic and cultural sites. It was once used as a pilgrimage route for Buddhists seeking to visit sacred sites in Tibet and Bhutan’s western region.

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Tourists can join guided walking and biking tours along the trail, with proceeds benefiting the local communities. You could walk the entire trail, but it would take more than a month. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for adventurers, photographers, and birdwatchers.

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