Tibet Tour Operator Discusses Trekking Routes They Will Be Covering during Fall 2015

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A Tibet trek is filled with stunning high altitude scenery and cultural experiences that leave lifelong impressions on travelers. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) discusses some of the trekking routes they’ll be covering this fall.

The fall 2015 Tibet travel season is right around the corner and with it brings excellent weather for a trekking tour. Those who make the journey and commit to powering through the thin mountain air and challenging days of hiking will be rewarded with unmatched scenery. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) discusses some of the routes they will be covering this fall.

Everest Base Camp Trek: This is one of Tibet’s most famous treks and, while challenging, is surprisingly accessible to beginner level trekkers willing to make the effort. Beginning at around 14k feet, travelers arrive at base camp, sitting at just above 18k feet, four days later.

Lake Namtso: Only a half day or so drive from Lhasa, Namtso is one of the largest lakes in all of Tibet and China. Along the trail, travelers will experience a mix of fantastic scenery, a visit to meditation caves, along with encounters with Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims.

Tsurphu to Yangpachen: This trek is one of the most recent additions to TCTS’s collection of Tibet trekking tours. Covering fertile green valleys, rolling hills and passing through Nomadic communities, the trek can be completed with only 4-6 hours of hiking each day over 4 days. Perfect for beginner trekkers who need to keep the pace easy.

As the fall 2015 travel season rolls around these trekking routes are set to impress travelers from around the world. To put travelers mind at ease, TCTS takes care of all the logistics along with providing camping equipment and staff to take care of camp. Fantastic fall trekking is right around the corner so now is the time to start planning a Tibet trekking!

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