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National Geographic Adventure Magazine – The 25 Best New Adventure Trips for 2010

The Drangme Chhu River is Bhutan’s largest drainage, a spillway for Himalayan snow and ice that rolls into turquoise Class IV and V rapids through sheer granite walls. And it has never been run. But this month a team from Bio Bio Expeditions and its UK based partner, Ultimate Descents, will make a first descent of the Drangme Chhu into Royal Manas National park – an area that has long been closed to tourists.

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