This trek begins a Phobjikha valley at 3000m, one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan, and a chosen home of the rare Black-necked cranes who migrate here in the winters from Tibetan Plateau. The trial climbs till 3400m, through thick forests of mixed trees, especially, rhododendrons, enters the isolated valley of Gogona, then to Khotokha, a valley also known for Black-necked cranes. This trek is good for average walkers and can be done anytime from March till May and September to December, best period being April when the rhododendron is flowering.
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