Trans Bhutan Trail Reopens For Travellers All Across The Globe After 60 Years

In April 2022, the trail will open for local travellers and for the world to witness the beauty first-hand. For travellers, they can check out 18 major bridges, climb 10000 stairs and take mountain bikes.

Updated Date:January 29, 2022 5:01 PM IST

By Travel Staff

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Trans Bhutan Trail will be finally reopening to travellers for the first time in 60 years. It is a 402 km trail that connects 9 districts, 28 local governments, 2 municipalities, one national park and 400 historic and cultural sites. In April 2022, the trail will open for local travellers and for the world to witness the beauty first-hand. The principal donor of the project, The Bhutan Canada Foundation, has helped in the restoration work of the Trans Bhutan Trail.

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For travellers, they can check out 18 major bridges, climb 10000 stairs and take mountain bikes. They can have a picturesque view of the eastern Himalayan region. The trail is adorned with a detailed history. It has a 500-year old history donned with historic and cultural sites. Trans Bhutan Trail served as a pilgrimage route for Buddhists who were keen on exploring the pious destinations in Tibet and the western part of Bhutan.

People visiting this place can hire a guide for walking and biking tours on the trail. They can also enjoy the view while on foot which will take a longer time. For people who like adventures, bird watching and photography, this will be an excellent opportunity to explore.

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This place also serves as a major destination for spiritual and wellness experiences.

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Published Date:January 29, 2022 5:02 PM IST

Updated Date:January 29, 2022 5:01 PM IST