Trekking name : <Advanced course ➀> Morimori · Trekking I 
Trekking days : 7 nights 8 days 
Trekking area : West 
Trekking start point : Paro 
trekking end point : Thimphu 
Highest altitude : 5,000 m 
Minimum altitude : 2,850 m 
Conducting optimum time : 4 to 6 Mon-September-November 
Course point : The Chomoralit Trek gradually raises the altitude from 2,850m to 5,000m. You can see various landscapes, flora and fauna. One of Bhutan’s most popular courses, the biggest attraction is the spectacular view of the 7,000 m high-topped foliage from Jangotang. 
 Chomolari I’s route is a trip through Rinsi where traditional nomads live, and it is a trip to Thimphu that does not return to Paro, and the number of camp days is two nights more than Chomorari II. If you have extra days, after trekking, it’s a good idea to go sightseeing from Thimphu to Punakha.

Trekking schedule Starting point End point distance time Camp site (altitude)
First day Shana Zanpa 
(Shana Zampa)
Tantanka 
(Thangthangkha)
22km 7-8 hours Tantanka 
(3,610 m)
the 2nd day Tantanka 
(Thangthangkha)
Django Tan 
(Jangothang)
19 km 5 to 6 hours Django Tan 
(4,080m)
Third day Stag at Jango Tang. Take a walk around the area and enjoy a short hike. 
Enjoy the magnificent views of the Jomomori and Jitutake.
—– —– Django Tan 
(4,080m)
4th day Django Tan 
(Jangothang)
Rinshi 
(Lingshi)
16km 6 to 7 hours Rinsi 
(3,800 m)
Day 5 Rinshi 
(Lingshi)
Shodu 
(Shodu)
22km 8 to 9 hours Shodo 
(4,080 m)
Day 6 Shodu 
(Shodu)
Barsuhong 
(Barshong)
16km 5 to 6 hours Balchon 
(3,710 m)
7th day Barsuhong 
(Barshong)
Drum Kencho 
(Dolam Kencho)
15km 4 to 6 hours Drum Kencho 
(3,320 m)
Day 8 Drum Kencho 
(Dolam Kencho)
Dodena 
(Dodena)
8km 3 to 4 hours —–

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