Cycling in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR)

Cycling in the TAR is not difficult. The roads are good-excellent. A Tibet Travel Permit is required. Cycling itineraries are always customized according to your preferences, physical conditioning, the number of days at your disposal, and your budget for vehicular transportation (vans and land cruisers) and lodgings. Your guides will always be Tibetan.

Here are few routes to inspire:

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Cycling in Kham

Cycling in Kham offers everything—grasslands, snow-capped peaks, alpine forests, lakes, rivers and the distinctive Tibetan culture. Itineraries are customized according to your preferences, your physical conditioning, the number of days at your disposal, and your budget for vehicular transportation (vans and land cruisers) and lodgings. Your guides will always be Tibetan. A Tibet Travel Permit is not required in Kham.

Here are three excursions in Kham:

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Cycling in Amdo

The roads in Amdo are good but there is the matter of elevation! Cycling itineraries are customized according to your preferences, your physical condition, the number of days at your disposal and your budget for transportation (vans and land cruisers) and lodgings. Your guides will always be Tibetan. A Tibet Travel Permit is not required in Amdo.

Here are some scenic routes in Amdo:

 

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