In the remote Kingdom of Bhutan, Michael Palin finds himself taking a last look at the high Himalaya and a trek towards the base camp of Chomolhari.
Following the Yangtze River into China, Michael reaches the eastern-most tip of the Himalayas before heading to India for an elephant ride in Assam.
Taking the high road to Lhasa; following the pilgrims to the holy Namtso Lake; milking a yak and making cheese.
Michael Palin scales a 15,000 foot peak in the Annapurna mountains before heading for something even more challenging - Mount Everest, but he must take a detour to reach the only official crossing point between Pakistan and India.
Ex-Python Michael Palin continues his epic trek; Michael travels through Amritsar in India before heading north to Dharamsala to meet the Dalai Lama.
Intrepid traveller Michael Palin's latest journey starts on the Khyber Pass and takes him through Darra to Chitral.