Trekking in Tibet
Tibet is a perfect and popular place for trekkers. If you are also planning a Tibet trekking tour, these Tibet travel tips for trekking in Tibet are for you. You will find professional Tibet trekking advice, faqs on trek in Tibet, what trek equipment you need, what clothing you should prepare, where to trek in Tibet, how to prepare a trek in Tibet, etc.
The best time to trek in Tibet is in spring and autumn which are April to May and late August to October. If you go on wrong season then you might not be able to go through passes and you will not be able to accomplish your mission.
Tibet trekking tour is both fantastic and challenging experience, because it is well known for high altitude and high mountains. Therefore, trekking in Tibet requires enough preparations. There are many things you should pack before your trip in order to better enjoy this lifetime tour. We categorize clothing and gear in the recommended list of items below.
If you are planning a trek in Tibet, then you really need to plan well and make sure that you plan in advance. Here is the advice about Tibet trekking, click to get more detailed information.
Trekking in Tibet is one of the most amazing adventures on the plateau, and with such a wide range of treks and trekking styles to choose from, you will be spoiled for choice.
Here is the ultimate guide for those who want to climb Mt.Everest in Tibet, including history of Everest climb, northeast ridge route from Tibetan side, preparation for scaling Mt.Everest, Tibet travel permits, best season to visit Everest and other useful tips.
Mount Kailash, known as the most sacred mountain in Western Tibet, receives many pilgrims and trekkers any year.
Mount Everest BC to ABC trekking offers a great opportunity for ordinary trekkers to challenge themselves to the limit. Would you like to have a try?
Gama Valley, together with, Gyirong Valley, Zhangmu Valley, Ya Dong Valley makes 'Four Great Valleys'in Shigatse region. As early as 1920's, Gama Valley was recommended as the most beautiful valley in the book "Exploration of Mt. Everest"
Hiking from Ganden to Samye is one of the most popular routes in Tibet. This trek route covers lakes, beautiful alpine forests and meadows, and you might see nomads and some animals and beautiful birds in alpine area. This is also a well-used pilgrimage route for Tibetans.
Nyenchen Tanglha trek is a fabulous trek of traversing the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains to the famous holy Lake Namtso. This trekking tour starts from Damxung, passes through, beautiful meadows, glaciated valleys and mountains of the Nyenchen Thanguha range to the pebbled shores of the lake.
Just a Reminder
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- Trek Gear and Clothing for Trekking in Tibet
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