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帕乐拉山口

帕乐拉山口 Pele La:著名的山口,不丹中部最高的山峰,海拔3420米,黑山山脉上。不丹人认为帕乐拉山口是神仙之居,在这里建有供奉山神的塔庙。

WANGDUE PHODRANG TO PELE LA (61km / 1¾ hours):
The beautiful drive east to the Pele La offers access to central Bhutan and the Phobjikha valley, known for its winter population of black-necked cranes. The pass itself takes you over the Black Mountains, the boundary between western and central Bhutan, before dropping down to Trongsa.
Leaving Wangdue Phodrang, the road traverses bare hillsides high above the Dang Chhu. The large building far below the road, alongside the river, is a jail.
By the time the road reaches Chhuzomsa at the confluence of the Pe Chhu and the Dang Chhu, 8km from Wangdi, it is level with the river (Chhuzomsa means ‘meeting of two rivers’). There are a few shops and a charming lhakhang here, and the Kichu Resort lies below the road on the idyllic banks of the river.
Just beyond Chhuzomsa is a ropeway that climbs 1340m in 6km to Tashila. The ropeway is primarily used to carry goods up to the village and to bring logs back down the hill, but it makes two special trips daily to carry people. Passengers sit in an open wooden box and dangle high above the trees for 45 minutes (if there is no breakdown) to the top. The price is Nu 60 for locals and Nu 250 for tourists, who are only allowed to ride in cases of emergency. The Gangte trek passes the top of the ropeway, and some tired trekkers declare an emergency and ride down from Tashila.
At Tikke Zampa, 4km past Chhuzomsa, the road crosses to the south bank of the Dang Chhu and begins a long climb to the Pele La. You may see horsemen here waiting for their trekking groups to arrive. A further 10km and you’ll see a superbly located monastery on a hillock to the left. The valley gets steeper as the road ascends along the edge of the valley, following a spectacular, and occasionally frightening, route. In many places the way for the road has been blasted out of the side of the cliff and the road hangs high above the deep forests of the valley below.
The road detours frequently into side valleys, passing the Phama Hotel at Kalekha (or Khelaykha), the end of an interesting hike from the Phobjikha valley. From here it’s 12km to the village of Nobding (2640m), and then another 7km to Dungdung Nyelsa, where there are a few basic local-style restaurants. In spring the upper hillsides are covered with red, white and pink rhododendron blossoms. The road climbs steeply up the hillside for 5km to a turn-off that leads 6km to Gangte in the Phobjikha valley.
From the turn-off, it’s 3km through forests to the top of Pele La (3420m), which is marked by a chorten and an array of prayer flags. On a clear day (which is rare in these parts) there is a view of Jhomolhari (7314m), Jichu Drakye (6989m) and Kang Bum (6526m) from a viewpoint 500m down the old road between Nob-ding and the Pele La. There are no mountain views from the pass itself. The Pele La marks the western border of the Singye Wangchuck (formerly the Black Mountains) National Park and the gateway to central Bhutan.
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