Chumophug or Chumphug is situated at about 3100m on a steep mountain slope. It is one of the most sacred pilgrimage places in the Himalayas. It’s revered as a Second Pemako, in reference to Padmasambhava’s "Hidden Land, Guru Padmasabhava is said to have mediated in Chumophug in 8th century. After, many important Buddhist masters is said to have followed suit. The main relic in the temple is self-arisen image of Vajravarahi, a form of Varja Yogini. There are lots of unusual shaped rocks and imprint of Guru Rimpoche in the area. From Paro town, it is about 45minutes drive on the farm road. From the road head, it is about 3 hrs.treks through dense oak, conifer and bamboo forests.