The serene Bumthang region is made up of four valleys - Ura, Tang, Chokhor and Chhume - which are home to some of Bhutan's most historic monasteries and sacred temples. Until the 1970s Bumthang was only accessible by horse or on foot, and it still remains an incredibly unspoilt and traditional region. The picturesque valleys are scattered with buckwheat and potato fields, pine forests and apple orchards, all best explored on foot on a number of well-established hiking trails to suit all abilities. The region is also the home of Red Panda beer, founded in the 1960s by a Swiss chap called Fritz Maurer
and still brewed in the same Bumthang microbrewery.

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