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    Langtang Valley Trekking

    Langtang Valley Trekking

    • Destination
    • Durations
      11 days
    • Trip Difficulty
    • Activities
      Adventure Trekking
    • Accommodation
      Tea House
    • Meals
      Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Vehicle
      Local Transports
    • Max. People
    • Trip Mode
      Hotels and local nice lodge.
    • Areas of Trek
      Langtang Valley
    • Mode of transport
      Bus Journey from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi and back.


    • Passing through the first Himalayan national park of Nepal, Langtang National Park (1,710 sq. km)
    • Exploration close to the base of the magnificent Himalayan peak, Langtang Lirung (7,246 meters)
    • Breathtaking views of Himalayan gems like Gang Chhenpo, Kimsunbbg, Dorje Lakpa, Pansa Tsenji, Naya Kangri, and Ganesh Himal including Langtang Lirung
    • Less crowded and off-beaten trail for the adventure in solitude
    • Opportunity to catch a glimpse of the endangered Himalayan wildlife and birdlife like red panda, musk deer, serow, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, Tibetan partridge, monal, Kalij, etc.
    • The unique culture, traditions, and warm hospitality of the diverse inhabitants in the region

    Langtang Valley Trekking 11 days

    The Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most popular and iconic trekking experiences of the Himalayas in the region and ranks third in the popularity poll among trekking enthusiasts from all over the world. The amazing scenic natural terrains of the Langtang region were perceived as the first-ever Himalayan national park in Nepal, resulting in the establishment of the Langtang National Park in 1971.

    Dubbed as the ‘Valley of Glacier’ this popular trekking route doesn’t compromise when it comes to offering an exhilarating and memorable Himalayan exploration. From offering spectacular and stunning views of wide Himalayan vistas to distinguished Himalayan flora and fauna, scenic diverse landscapes including cultural and traditional prospects, the Langtang Valley Trek lives upto its reputation as the third-most attractive trekking route in the country.


    • Day01

      Reach Kathmandu via various international airline and transfer to hotel.

      On arrival, get received by our staff and guide and transfer to your respective hotels in the hub of Kathmandu. After checking into your lovely rooms, get refreshed from jet-leg. Then join in with other members of Langtang Valley Trek.

      Our guide/leader will brief us with information about the hotels-including detail of trekking regarding the local lodge, walks, views, history, and culture. Simultaneously, with a few critical do’s and don’ts while you are with us, have enjoyable times.

      The evening includes a nice dinner(including traditional foods of Nepal) in a pleasant Nepalese restaurant with local cultural programs. Remember, the next day morning will be a Kathmandu sight-seen tour.

    • Day02

      In Kathmandu with optional sightseeing tour and preparation for the trek.

      Today, you will embark on a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu to explore its rich cultural and historical heritage. Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple, and immerse yourself in the local culture. In the afternoon, meet your trekking guide for a briefing on the Langtang Valley Trek and prepare your gear and essentials for the trek.

    • Day03

      Drive to Syabrubesi village 1,460 m – 06 hrs.

      Early morning start with scenic and interesting drive beyond north of Kathmandu valley. Where journey leads on winding road past many farm villages and towns within warm areas of Trisuli and Nuwakot district.

      As drive continues head uphill within cooler country to reach at Dhunche, headquarter town of Rasuwa district within Langtang Himal. Also it is a starting point for Langtang National Park. From here downhill to our overnight stop at Syabrubesi within Tamang tribe village.

    • Day04

      Trek to Lama Hotel 2, 280 m – 06 hrs.

      Our first day trek starts after a hearty breakfast, walking to cross a small bridge and uphill climb to a hill within farm villages. As walk continues head into cool shade of rhododendron-magnolia and pine trees. Then finally reaching  Lama Hotel for overnight in this small village.

    • Day05

      Trek to Langtang village 3,290 m – 06 hrs.

      Today’s walk leads to  climb within deep forest. So, rare and endangered wild-life are often seen on treks. The wildlife like of Red-Panda with other mountain antelopes including different species of birds are visible.

      Walk carries on to reach at nice spot of Ghoretabla, with time for possible lunch break. This is located in the midst of lovely alpine forest. From here few hours of walk takes to our overnight destination at Langtang village, a nice area within a gorge and tree lines.

      This village and around Rasuwa area was badly damaged from avalanches due to big Nepal earthquake 2015. The devastating earthquake that shook mid-east and mid-west of Nepal in April 25th and May 15th 2015. Now, the village is slowly returning back to normal life as it was before.

    • Day06

      Trek to Kyanjin within Langtang valley 3,785 m – 04 hours.

      Morning from Langtang village a short steep climb takes to good trails entering into a wide valley.This valley is enclosed with giant peaks of Langtang on reaching at Kyanjin for lunch and overnight stop.

      The few hours walk takes to highest point of the journey at Kyanjin located within beautiful Langtang valley. Enjoy close views of Langtang Lirung glacier and range of peaks that surrounds this wonderful spot.

    • Day07

      Rest day at Kyanjin for excursion and short hike.

      A rest day is managed at Kyanjin in trek to Langtang valley. On this day take a short hike to close scenic hill top of Tsego-Ri or Kyanjin Ri. Which offers magnificent panorama of Ganesh Himal (7,405 m), Langtang Lirung (7,234 m), Ghengu Liru (Langtang II  6,571m), Kimshun (6,745 m) and Shalbachum(6,918m) towards south Chimsedang. Also, arrays of peaks includes Naya-Kanga (5,846m) and Gangchempo, Tilman’s beautiful Fluted Peak, Jugal Himal and ending to eastern horizon at Dorje Lakpa (6,980m).

      Rest of the afternoon will be leisure. So, marvel the views of lovely surrounding in the comfort of nice lodge and warm hospitality of the local Tamang. They are the villagers of Kyanjin and around Langtang areas.

    • Day08

      Trek to Lama Hotel – 06 hrs.

      With lovely moments in Langtang valley at Kyanjin, morning walks leads back on the same trail. So you will get enough time for views that you might have missed on the way up to Kyanjin.

      Then walk takes back into farm villages of Langtang and passing Ghoretabla within dense rhododendron and bamboo forest. The main aim is to reach at Lama Hotel for overnight stops.Which is in the midst of wonderful green surroundings, located in a river gorge of upper Trisuli or Langtang Khola.

    • Day09

      Syabrubesi village – 05 hrs.

      With last day of the journey, walk downhill into forest and pass spread-out farm villages. As walk leads on winding path, short descend to a bridge over Bhote-Kosi River or Upper Trisuli River. Then on pleasant trails  reach at Syabrubesi village for final overnight within Langtang Himal region.

    • Day10

      Drive back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel – 06 hrs journey.

      Depending upon the size of the group, travel by coach or in a private car to reach Kathmandu. The morning after breakfast at Syabrubesi, the drive leads you to a busy and exciting highway past farm villages and towns to arrive in Kathmandu.

      On reaching Kathmandu,  go back to your respective hotels. You will get time in the afternoon for leisure or personal activities and shopping.

    • Day11

      Depart Kathmandu for international departure homeward bound.

      Finally all good things must come to an end with grand memories and exciting experience on Langtang Valley trekking. With last final day in Nepal, our staff and guide transfer you to Kathmandu international airport for your flight home or to respective countries.

    Cost Details

    What's Included in Langtang Valley Trekking

    • Airport pickup and drop by private vehicle.
    • Three night’s tourist standard twin sharing Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
    • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
    • Trekking lodge (Tea House) accommodations throughout the trek.
    • All necessary paper works Langtang National park Entry permit and Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) permit.
    • Kathmandu- Shyprubesi – Kathmandu transports by bus
    • A highly experience, helpful,knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking, well trained,Government License holder guide. His salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance will be included.
    • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
    • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance Company).
    • Use of sleeping bag, down Jacket and Duffel bag. (If you don’t have your own, need to return after trip completed.)
    • Eco Holidays Nepal T-shirt and cap.
    • Government taxes and official expenses.
    • Guided Kathmandu sightseeing tour with private vehicle.
    • Langtang Valley trekking map.
    • Oximeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily. (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms.) Thus, this will ensure your trek  in the safest hands possible for all levels of trekker.
    • Assistant guide group size above 6 + person.

    What's Excluded in Langtang Valley Trekking

    • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu Lunch and Dinner.
    • Nepal entry visa fee.
    • Your Travel and Medical Insurance.
    • International Airfare.
    • Your Personal Expenses.
    • Porter if needed($160)
    • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic cold and hot drinks on trek.
    • All desserts sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
    • Hot shower and battery charging on the tea houses.
    • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected)
    • Kathmandu sightseeing monument entrance fees ($25 USD per person).
    • Private transports on require during the trek.

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    Trip Map

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    Essential Information

    Lantang People and Culture

    Lantang People and Culture

    In your Langtang Valley Trek, you will be able to explore the unique and fascinating cultural aspects of the region that is mainly inhabited by the Tamang people. This ethnic group is originally from Tibet, and their name is derived from the Tibetan language in which ‘Ta’ stands for ‘horse’ and ‘Mang’ means ‘traders’. This ethnic group was originally known as the horse traders and their ancestors served as the cavalry division for the Tibetan King Srong-Sen Gampo, 33rd ruler of the Tubo Regime. During the Tibetan attack in the Kathmandu in 7th century, some of the groups of the Calvary division settled along the route; their ancestral land was won by King Prithvi Narayan Shah in 1762.

    The inhabitants of the Langtang region are immensely influenced by Tibetan culture and traditions, they are very religious and have a great significance of ‘Shamans’ or ‘Lama’ in their culture who perform every kind of ritual from birth to death. The majority of residents of the Langtang region live a simple rural lifestyle with the main occupation being animal husbandry and agriculture. You will be able to find the unique architectural marvels in the region influenced by the Tibetan culture from stone-built houses and wooden porches with inscriptions and pictures, Chortens and Gompas, mani walls, and the prayer flags that lighten up the trails.

    Peaks Accessible

    Langtang Valley Trek which explores the northern prospects of the Himalayas is indeed pretty close to the several peaks in the range close to the Tibetan border. This beautiful valley which is dominated by the Langtang Lirung (7,246 metres) also houses several other magnificent peaks of the Himalayan range. Dorje Lhakpa (6,966 meters) is another peak closer to the valley on the southeast side of the Jugal Himal range. Tsangbu Ri (6,781 meters) is another closest peak located in the Langtang Khola River valley, from its summit the China border is just 2 km farther.

    Similarly, Langshisha Ri (6,427 meters), Loenpo Gang (6,979 meters), and Langtang Ri (7,205 meters) are some of the other closest Himalayan ranges to Langtang Valley if you are looking to add further peaks to your Himalayan prospects.

    Best Time for Langtang Valley Trek

    Best Time for Langtang Valley Trek

    Langtang Valley Trek is a year-round expedition, however, the best time for the Langtang Valley Trek is considered to be during the peak seasons like spring (March- May) and autumn (September- November). The weather conditions are more favorable during these seasons which are accompanied by clear and warm days, these seasons are also the peak seasons for mountain expeditions in the country. Even among both of these peak seasons, spring, in particular, is a nature lover's paradise, during the spring season the Himalayan region is at its peak from the lower lush forested trails to the wide pastures.

    You will be able to walk on the magnificent trails decorated with the vibrant wildflowers of the region and the fascinating wildlife and birdlife of the region blending well with the allurements of nature at its pinnacle. During the spring season, the temperature of the Langtang Valley hovers around 10°C- 20°C during the daytime and can drop upto 5°C at the nighttime and early mornings.

    As for the autumn season, it is known for its mild temperature and simply breathing clear picturesque views of the Himalayas. During this season the weather is dry and stable, the monsoon rain nourished streams and rivers, lush terrains, and cool breezy mornings and nights make this season an ideal time for outdoor adventures. Plus the clear wide Himalayan vistas blending well with the blue sky make the exploration really magical in this season. The temperature of the Langtang region averages around 10°C- 15°C during the day and can drop upto 0°C to minus degrees at the higher elevation. The latter part of this season (usually late November) starts to see light rainfall as the winter window closes in, so make sure to pack accordingly if your trek is around that period.

    Food and Drinks

    Food and Drinks

    As the third-most-popular trekking route in the country, you will be able to enjoy the moderate level of food and accommodation facilities along the trail. Although it is one of the most beloved trekking routes in Nepal, the amenities and services may not be like what you would find in the mainstream trek. Although there aren’t luxurious services available in this remote exploration of the Himalayas close to the Tibetan border, you can expect healthy locally sourced meals along with the Tibeatn-influenced and some of the common continental delicacies.

    You can expect the following breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu in your Langtang Valley Trek:


    • Tea, coffee, fresh fruit juice
    • Eggs (boiled, omelet, scrambled)
    • Toast
    • Porridge
    • Pancake
    • Sandwich
    • Salada
    • Oats
    • Paratha
    • Chapati
    • Soup
    • Tibetan bread

    Lunch and Dinner

    • Daal bhat tarkari (steamed rice, lentil soup, and vegetable dish)
    • Dumpling/ Momos
    • Pasta
    • Macaroni
    • Spaghetti/ Chowmein
    • Pizza
    • Noodles
    • Spring roll
    • Yak steak
    • Sherpa stew
    • Shyphale
    • Riki kur
    • Thenthuk
    • Tingmo

    As for drinking water, you are not recommended to drink tap water along the route considering the safety factors. The bottled mineral water is one of the safest ways to consume water during this trek, however, as the price margin can hit upto US$ 4, at the higher elevation, the best way to stay hydrated during the Langtang Valley Trek would be to drink and store the boiled water from the teahouses. You should also bring water-purifying solutions or tablets to purify your drinking water, just to be on the safe side.

    Note: Both vegan and vegetarian meal options are available at the teahouses along the trekking route. There are usually both options available in the Nepali eatery destination, plus, your chef will prepare the dish as per your request.



    During your adventure in the Langtang Valley Trekking route, you can expect a moderate level of accommodation facilities. As it is one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal, the accommodation facilities are clean and comfortable as you would expect in the mainstream trekking routes. Like any teahouse trekking expedition, you will sleep in a shared room with 2 to 3 adjacent beds; you will have a comfortable mattress on the well-furnished bed and get a pillow as well as a blanket (although it is still recommended to bring fours-season sleeping bag during your trek).

    In the case of the bathroom facilities, it will be also on a shared basis, you can expect comfortable western-style bathrooms and showers at the teahouses in the lower region during the trek. However, at the higher altitudes, you will have to make do with hot water in a bucket and traditional latrine-style bathrooms.

    Is Langtang Valley Trek Easy?

    The Langtang Valley Trek has been labeled as a ‘Moderately Difficult’ expedition, there are no technical segments in this iconic Himalayan adventure and you don’t need any prior high-altitude trekking experience to do this trek. With the right amount of preparation and good health conditions, even a complete beginner can easily do this trek. However, despite its moderate trekking difficulty level, it would be wise not to underestimate the Himalayan expedition, as it is nothing like seasonal hiking in the backyard.

    There are several difficulty factors you have to consider before setting out on the exploration of the Langtang Valley. Let’s check out some of the significant difficulty factors of the entire expedition that can make the Langtang Valley Trek challenging.

    Rising Altitude

    If you are familiar with high-altitude adventures, then you understand the risk that comes along. Altitude sickness can be a major concern in this Himalayan expedition as you will gain a significant altitude that can put you at risk of catching altitude sickness like High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), and High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE). Starting your adventure from Syabrubesi at 2,380 meters, you will move along high elevation points like Langtang Village (3,290 meters), Kyanjin Gompa (3,785 meters), and the highest elevation point of this entire adventure, Tserko Ri at 5,033 meters
    (16,500 feet).

    As you will be spending a significant amount of time over an altitude of 2,500 meters (an altitude above which there is a risk of altitude sickness, you need to be careful about altitude sickness and be wary of its symptoms like dizziness, headache, nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, etc.


    The trekking expeditions in the regions take you to the remote and isolated parts of the Langtang Valley. Walking on the rugged, off-beaten, and rocky trails of the region might not be what you would have expected. Especially if it is your first time, as the gradually increasing altitude makes even simple trekking tiresome, and on top of that, you will be carrying your luggage. You will cover an approximate trekking distance of about 60 to 80 km in a standard Langtang Valley Trek and walk about 6- 7 hours each day on average. So, if you are not well prepared for this expedition, instead of enjoying this iconic experience, you will have a tough time even just trekking from one point to another.

    Weather Factors

    Weather is another crucial factor that contributes to the overall difficulty level of the Langtang Valley Trek. Although the weather and climatic conditions at higher altitudes can be unpredictable, it isn’t stable during the off-seasons like winter (December- February) and monsoon (June- August). During the monsoon season, the heavy downpour can create complications during the adventure as the trails are wet and slippery, prone to landslides, and the weather isn’t stable enough to enjoy the clear views during the expedition.

    Similarly, the winter season which is also known as the coldest season in the Langtang region, covers even the trekking trails with the snow. Besides the cold freezing wind and blizzards, the acclimatizing process also during the winter season can be quite hard. Furthermore, as the inhabitants at he higher elevation migrate down to the lower region to escape the cold, your crew will have to arrange food and accommodation facilities.

    Contingency/Rest Days

    Acclimatization days are essential in any kind of Himalayan expedition, you need to rest properly so that your body can adapt to rising altitude. In case your trekking package doesn’t have acclimatization days or is a shorter package with a rushed adventure, then it will be hard for your body to cope with the changing environment and will also increase the risks for altitude sickness. You need to understand the basic thumb rule when it comes to buying the high altitude trekking packages, the longer itinerary days mean, a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.

    If you want to go for the shorter package just because they are cheap, the short rushed adventures may not provide the thrills you are looking for and may put you at risk drastically increasing the failure probability.


    The Langtang Valley Trek explores the remote part of the Langtang region on the isolated and off-beaten route. As the Himalayan region in the country doesn’t have any proper mode of transportation, the development of the region is also pretty much limited as the inhabitants have to depend on mules, yaks, and porters for the transfer of goods. You shouldn’t expect the services of a star hotel and its amenities, it is pretty costly to move goods in the region so the price for even the basic services can be costly at higher altitudes.

    There are also a limited number of health facilities along the trail and you will have to depend on the helicopter rescue in case of emergency. The same goes for electricity, the lower regions have adequate electricity supply but the higher region depends on solar power. You have to mentally prepare for these remote factors so you don’t end up getting disappointed during the actual trek.

    Training for Langtang Valley Trek

    Training for Langtang Valley Trek

    For a more enjoyable and comfortable experience of this trekking route which has been labeled as a ‘moderately difficult’ expedition, it is recommended that you should at least prepare 4- 6 weeks prior to the actual trek. Even though it is at just a moderate level, it is still an exploration of the remote Himalayan region at a significant altitude, so you will still need to make an adequate amount of preparation. The 4- 6 weeks period is recommended for training as your body will get accustomed to the physical activity so that you won’t exert yourself during the long hours of actual trek.

    As for fitness, a basic level of fitness with good health conditions will be ideal to do this trek. Even if you have medical conditions, you can consult your doctor and guide about the expedition. For the training period, hiking on the natural trails carrying your backpack will provide an actual stimulation of the trek and is a pretty effective way to train. You will also be able to check the comfort level of your trekking boots during the practice hike which is a very crucial factor during the actual trek.

    You can also include the following strength and cardiovascular trekking exercises in your training phase for more effective preparation:

    Strength and Endurance Exercises

    • Push up
    • Pull up
    • Squat
    • Lunges
    • Plank
    • Weighlift
    • Deadlift
    • Bench press
    • Shoulder press
    • Calf raise
    • Leg curl
    • Step up
    • Hammer curl
    • Dip

    Cardiovascular Exercises

    • Jogging
    • Cycling
    • Swimming
    • Dancing
    • Aerobics
    • Burpee
    • High knees
    • Cardio
    • Power walking

    Other Trekking Routes in Langtang Region

    Other Trekking Routes in Langtang Region

    Langtang Valley, the third-most-popular trekking destination in the country offers some of the most scenic and adventurous trekking routes to the trekking enthusiast. Depending on the duration and exploration prospects you can do several trekking expeditions available in the region. Here, we have listed some of the best and most popular Langtang Valley trekking adventures.

    Langtang Valley Trek in 7 Days

    Yes you heard right, Lantang Valley trek can be completed in just 7 days. Starting your adventure from Syabrubesi you will move along the classical trail toward Lama Hotel and proceed along the trail toward Langtang Village. Then, pushing for the Kyanjin Gompa, you will end your Himalayan expedition there with some side sightseeing exploration to the Tsergo-Ri or Kyanjin Ri. You will then retrace your steps back to the Lama and follow the downhill trail to Syabrubesi from where you will drive back to Kathmandu pulling a curtain to your beautiful Himalayan expedition.

    Langtang Goasainkunda Trek

    For the trekking enthusiasts out there looking for a thrilling and exciting add-on to the Langtang Valley Trek, the Langtang Gosaikund Trekking is a perfect package. Following the trekking trails of the iconic Langtang Vally Trek, this beautiful expedition diverges to the exploration of the stunning Gosainkunda Lake which a great significance in both Hindu and Buddhist culture.

    Langtang Goasainkunda Trek lasts about 13- 15 days, starting your adventure in the same classical Langtang Valley Trekking route, you follow the trail from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel, Langtang Village, and Kyanjin Gompa. However, in your descending trail, after reaching Lama Hotel, you will push forward for the Thulo Syabru Village, move along the trail toward Sing Gompa, and finally arrive at Gosainkunda. Then, in your descending trail, you will follow the route toward Kutumsang, Chisapani, and finally arrive at Sundarijal, which will officially mark the end of this iconic Himalayan expedition.

    Tamang Heritage Trekking

    This unique trekking route in the Langtang region follows the trail of popular Tamnag settlements in the region. It is a wonderful opportunity to immerse in the local culture and traditions of the Tamang people of the region and relish their warm delightful hospitality. Generally, lasting about 8- 11 days, this trekking does start from the classical Langtang Valley Trekking route, however diverse into densely populated inhabitants of the region for an enriched experience.

    In the Tamanag Heritage Trekking, starting your adventure from Syabrubesi, you will move along the trail toward Gatlang and slowly make your way toward Tatopani, the natural hotspring of the region with healing properties. Then exploring the beautiful settlements of Thuman and Briddim, you will head toward the lama Hotel and conclude your expedition at Syabrubesi with a drive back to Kathmandu.

    Ruby Valley and Ganesh Himal Trek

    One of the most popular Himalayan expeditions among the Langtang Valley Treks, this epic adventure follows the rote of Bill Tillman, the first explorer of the Langtang Valley. Lasting for about 15- 17 days, this adventure commences from the same starting point as the classical point, Syabrubesi, but follows the route toward Parvati Kunda instead of Lama Hotel. From there, you will follow the route toward Somdang, Marmulung Kharka, and Tipling Village, the further route proceeds along popular Himalayan destinations like Neber, Kapurgaun, Khading, Nauban Kharka, Lamo Dhunga, Manbu, and finally to Arughat. Then, concluding your expedition at Arughat, you will drive back to Kathmandu.

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