For the trekking lover in the Mountain valley Druk path trek is a suitable trek which is of the finest and short treks in Bhutan. This trek connect the valleys of Paro and Thimpu crossing over the ancient trading route and high mountain passes. The beautiful rhododendron forests, high mountain Yak pastures, tranquil lakes that contains mountain trouts. Begining from Apple orchards and pine forest and century old Jele Dzong (fortress), that is on a high grassy top with the mesmerizing view of Mount Jumolhari to the north. Leaving the timberland behind we cross through several passes, including the Phume La (4210m.). On our way we come across clear mountain lakes, number of Yak herder’s camp and during the clear sky, the magnificient views of Himalaya along the Bhutan-Tibet border, MOunt Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and Gangkar Puensum. While we descent to Thimpu we passes through pine and Juniper forests via Phadjoding monastery. Finally we arrive down to the capital city of Bhutan, Thimpu.
The Trek starts from Ta Dzong and Damchena Village in Paro, which stands on the mountains between Paro and Thimphu.
Crosses 2 high Passes: Simkota Tsho 4110m and Phume La Pass 4210m.
The highest point of camp is at altitude of 4110m, with the average daily walking distance 11 km approximate walk of 5 to 5½ hrs.
On a clear weather we can Mountains: Mount Jumolhari 7314m, Jichu Drake 6989m and Gangkar Puensum 7570m.
Attraction on the trail: Rhododendron forests, alpine yak pastures, trouts stocked high altitude lakes and great mountain views.