The Trans Bhutan Trail is an extensive course covering 403km that stretches across the western Haa to the eastern Trashigang in Bhutan. This path is highly regarded as one of the most exceptional treks globally and is recognized as one of the top hiking routes in Asia.

Centuries ago, people such as pilgrims, messengers, armies, and traders utilized it as their means of transportation and communication. It remained the sole option for traveling and staying in touch with others across the country until the 1960s. In today’s era of exploration and connectivity, it has been revitalized with a new purpose.