One of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal (and near one of Kathmandu), Langtang is connected with long mountainous valleys of Lantang and Helambu with a high mountain lake of Gosaikunda. The trek starts with an 8-hour drive to Syabrubesi, where you will catch a mark on the Langtang river valley. Here, you will have the first idea of the excellent snow ridges and the glaciers of the mountain. This area was named Nepal’s first Himalaya’s National National Park in 1971 and is a home of various types of natural species, such as langoor monkeys, rhododendron, red pandas and Himalayan black bears.
With the magnificent trail, you will find the Himalayas range like Langtang (7246 meters), Dorje Lakpa (6966 m), Gang Chhentopo (6388m), and Naya Kangri (5846m). On the fourth day, you will reach Kyajin Gompa (3870m), where you will stop looking for a small Buddhist temple. Later you will enjoy excellent observation from Laurebina, before exploring the Langtang Valley and Gosaikunda glaciers. After crossing Laurebina Pass in 4610 meters, you will discover Helambu’s Sherpa village . Before returning to the car in Kathmandu, you will get an opportunity to visit Sunrise from Chisapani to another great Himalayas.
The Langtang Trek serves brush against tall peaks, glossy glaciers and fabulous lakes, through the Buddhist villages inhabited by indigenous Sherpa and Tamang people, whose language and attitude trace to Tibet. In the summer, the Langtang Valley comes with flutter and ease, a vibrant, colorful garden which is hidden from the most distant corner of the world. The trek is stronger than medium, climbed for several days and with the maximum height of 5050 meters in Chorkari. . Despite the experience of unbelievable natural scenes, trekkers will also visit local monastery and learn about cultural, traditions of Himalayas.
As an option to experience the Himalayas at a limited time, our 17 day program can break into two separate tracks, Langtang Valley and Gosaikunda lake.
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