Yama Do / Tsotup Chu Valley / Chitul Gang, trekkin
In the morning leave the valley and make our way through a steep gully rising form the stream bank. Finally, we climb over the Shug La [5,250m] and begin our climb down through treacherous boulder fields. Later, we cross Tsotup Chu, a large stream winding through the valley floor. Notice that the Tibetan mastiffs of the namad family on the other shore of the river is little aggressive. A comfortable camp will be set up in one of the many herder fields. camping.
Chitul Gang / Herders' Camps, trekking 5 hours, 1
Today follow the Tsotup Chu down through its tributary and head towards the Chitu La pass [5100m], then trek through the rocks along a beautiful lake just after the pass. After ascending this rocky part quickly descend down through several twisted curves in the valley, and encounters some nomads settlements within the valley, find a beautiful place to camp in one of the fields surrounding the stream. camping. .
Herders' Camps / Yarmalung / Samye Monastery / Tsedang [3,515m] , 4-5 hours trekking
The trail gets wider and easier as we go through scrub forests in the main valley where beautiful streams and lush forests surrounded. However, the desert is close by. The next few hours are arguably the most delightful part of the entire trek. More than 15 types of scrub trees, blooming rhododendrons, and vast meadow will amaze you every step of the way. After passing through the wondrous landscape, we will arrive at the first permanent village Changtang since Hepu. From Changtang walking another 1.5 hour to Yarmalung Heritage, where you can take a tractor or your land cruiser will pick you up to Samye Monastery. After visiting Samye Monastery, drive to Tsedang along Yarlung Tsangpo River for overnight.