Nubtshonapa trek. New trek starting from Haa

Nub Tshonapata Trek in Haa

Nub Tshonapata trek in Haa. Part of the Jigme Khesar Strict Nature Reserve, the only strict nature reserve in the country. Home of the snow leopards. Abode of Ap Chundu. Tough, treacherous paths, climbs that literally take your breath away and knee-crunching descents on the last day. But totally worth every ounce of strength and determination. The highest point on the trek is around 4480 Mts above sea level

Trek Facts

  • Trek Name: Nub Tshonapata Trek in Haa
  • Trek Duration: 8 Days
  • Maximum Altitude: 4480M
  • Meal Plan: Fullboard
  • Camping sites:
  • Accommodation: Government approved Hotel
  • Trip Type: Private 

Trek Highlight

  • Takes you to the Highest Mountain.
  • The Trek starts from Haa valley, traverses along the Tibet border, and ends at Tsojo in Haa.
  • We cross two high passes: Gochhila Pass 4350m and Gochula Pass at 4200m.

Haa Nub Tshonapata Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Paro Airport

Arrive at Paro airport and drive to Haa. The drive takes about 2 hours from the airport to Haa valley. On the way, you can stop at Chelela Pass(4200m). You can see the best view of Haa valley from the Pass. If you happen to arrive in the spring season Chele La pass is filled with spring wildflowers. Upon arrival at Haa valley check into the hotel and take rest.

Chelela Pass in Paro to Haa Highway
Chelela Pass

Day 02: Haa Valley Tour (2700M)

Haa is also known as “the hidden Land Rice valley” Haa major feature is its narrow north-southvalley. Its new Dzong is built in 1915 near older one which is distroyed by fire. Haa is ancient route for trade with Bhutanese with Yatung and Chumbi valley in Tibet. Walk around the haa valley and acclamatise before we begin the trek.

Day 03: Haa to Womji

  • Distance: 22Km
  • Walking Time: 7 Hours
  • Campsite altitude: 2700m
  • Ascent: 220m
  • Descent: 55m

After early breakfast, the trek begins from Haa to Womji.

Day 04: Womji to Tshona

  • Distance: 22Km
  • Walking Time: 8 Hours
  • Campsite Altitude: 3700M
  • Ascent: 650m

The trek begins from Womji to tshona. Today after breakfast, you will start climbing steeply through juniper and rhododendron forest to the Gochhila pass at 4350m, providing spectacular views of the whole Tshejala range. You will pass through several yak herders’ camps and in spring the trail will be carpeted with wild flowers. You will then walk towards Tshejala pass crossing the ancient trade route from Haa to Tibet.

Day 05: Tshona to Regotsho

  • Distance:8 Km
  • Walking Time: 5 Hours
  • Campsite Altitude: 3940M

Today we shall take the previous walk. This morning you will retrace as far as to Gochhila Pass before branching off on a different route over a ridge to Lake Tshojo at 3780m. You will have a picnic lunch on the lake shore. After lunch, you will descend to the camp in a yak meadow at Tshojo.

Day 06: Regotsho to Haa

  • Distance: 18Km
  • Walking Time: 6 Hours
  • Ascent: 650m
  • Descent: 650m

Your trail descends gradually through juniper and rhododendron forests until you reach the Talila Pass, which you will Cross to re-enter the Haa Valley. Your trek ends here and your transport will be waiting here to take you to Paro. Overnight hotel in Paro

Day 07 Haa to Paro

Drive to Paro via Chelela Pass. Visit Tshering Farmhouse and enjoy the Hotstone bath at Paro. Paro is one of the most beautiful well-preserved valleys and the country’s only international airport. Its beauty and plane valley and iconic Tiger Nest temple make the place one of the most iconic places to visit.

Facts about Paro: Tiger Nest Temple is located in Paro.

Tshering Farm house in Paro. An opportunity to experience the local Bhutanese life
Tshering Farm House-Local experience

Day 08 Paro to Airport

Drive to Airport and See off.

Trek Cost US$ 000PP

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Spring (March to May) and Autumn(September to November) is best time to trek Nubtshonapata Trek in Haa valley.


  • Hiking backpack
  • Weather-appropriate clothing (think moisture-wicking and layers)
  • Hiking boots or shoes
  • Plenty of food just in case you get lost.
  • Plenty of water
  • Navigation tools such as a map and compass
  • First-aid kit.
  • Knife or multi-tool.
  • Sun protection: sunglasses, sun-protective clothes, and sunscreen.
  • Headlamp: plus extra batteries.
  • Navigation: map, compass, altimeter, GPS device, personal locator beacon (PLB), or satellite messenger.


Bhutan in Spring: Bhutan’s spring is fairly short, usually lasting from early March to mid-April, when the summer rains get underway. Temperatures are mild, and melting snows give way to gorgeous wildflowers covering the hillsides, while both humidity and rainfall are low.
Bhutan in Autumn: October is the start of autumn in Bhutan. Generally, the weather is warm and sunny, and one of the most comfortable times for trekking in the kingdom with temperatures ranging from 19 °C to 22 °C.


Acute mountain sickness is caused by reduced air pressure and lower oxygen levels at high altitudes. The faster you climb to a high altitude, the more likely you will get acute mountain sickness. The best way to prevent altitude illness is to ascend gradually.


Excursion to the Himalayas also advises all its clients that if possible have comprehensive Travel Insurance that will cover their Trekking in Bhutan so that in case of any mishap, they can be taken care of immediately and airlifted if the need arises—more Trekking Options at Bhutan Trekking Tour.