When biking from the highest motorable road Chelela pass (3890m) on a clear day, the scenic views of the mountain ranges of Jomolhari and Jichu Drake can be viewed. Moreover one can also get an opportunity to enjoy the picturesque view of the Haa and Paro valleys.
When taking a nature hike around the Chelela pass, birds like Himalayan Monal and Blood pheasant can be sighted and flowers like the national flower (Blue poppy), Rhododendrons, Adle weiss (Austrian National Flower) and many other beautiful flowers can be witnessed. From Chelela pass, 26 km national highway meanders down to Haa where one can enjoy about two hours bicycling down to Haa valley.
One can enjoy mountain biking and bicycling from Haa to Damthang and back to Haa (30km). While biking or bicycling, it is also possible to make village tours and even visit Gyechukha Lhakhang, the birth place of Chungdue. At Damthang, there are yak herders’ camps where tourist can visit and even camp there. Possiblity to experince nomadic lifestyle, witness locals milking and churning to process milk products such as butter, cheese ball and hard cheese (chugo). The meadow above the highway while returning from Damthang can be a beautiful picnic spot to have lunch and enjoy the pristine environment.
Mountain biking/ bicycling can be organized along the Haa – Chunzom national highway. While motor biking or bicycling, one can stop on the way for village tours to see traditional houses with Bhutanese architecture.
One can view Dogar Dobji Dzong which is believed to be first model Dzong in Bhutan. The Dzong was built in 1531 AD by Ngawang Chhogyal. A sacred Terma (the statue of Guru Langdarchen) is housed in the top floor of the Dzong. This statue is believed to have spoken when the Tibetan king Langdarma tried to destroy it by smashing the left ear with a hammer.
Dobji Dzong used to be head quarter of Dobji Penlop. Later the post of Penlop was abolished throughout the country and this rendered Dogar Dobji Dzong useless. In 1976, the Dzong was renovated into a jail with additional structures constructed to house the prisoners. One can visit the Dzong and can have a picnic there.