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Langtang Valley Trek

"Hiking to the the valley of Glacial Masses"

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Duration Duration
10 Days
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5033 m/16,500 ft
Activities Activities
Cultural Sightseeing Tour, Scenic Drive, Trekking
Destination Destination
Nepal
Start/End Point Start/End Point
Ktm-Ktm
Transportation Transportation
Private Vehicle | Local Bus
Grade Grade
Moderate
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Lodge to Lodge Trek
Meals Meals
8B | 8L | 8D
Group Size Group Size
1-25 People
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Mar- Jun | Sept- Nov
Accommodation Accommodation
2N in a 3*Hotel | 6N in a Tea house Lodge
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Overview of Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang Valley Trek is a stunning hike through the Langtang Mountain range’s Glacier Valley. The route is a great spot for learning about the Tamang people’s culture. The Valley is a popular place for people who want to participate in a variety of activities. A regular route leads to the valley for activities such as trekking, climbing, hiking, and bird watching. For travelers with limited time, trekking into Langtang Valley is a simple solution. It allows visitors to get a taste of the local culture while trekking at a moderate level.

Highlights of Langtang Valley Trek

  • Pass through beautiful woodlands, high alpine meadows, and other natural wonders.
  • Observe the fatal repercussions of the cataclysmic Mega Gorkha Earthquake of 2015,
  • A walk through the Yak pastures and mule caravan
  • Capture the Langtang Himalayas’ stunning mountain views and wide views of the valley.
  • Climb the nearby peaks of Kyanjig Ri and Tsherko-Ri (Tsego Ri or Tsergo Ri).
  • Internalize the sacredness of Gosainkunda and Suryakunda, as well as hundreds of other ponds and lakes.

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking Map

Langtang is the result of combining the terms, Lang and Tang. Yak is represented by Lang, while Tang means to follow. This area is located on China’s Tibetan border. It’s around 32 kilometers north of Kathmandu Valley from an aerial view. The area protects habitats for a variety of flora and wildlife species. The territory has been designated as “Langtang National Park for the Himalayan Wildlife Reserve” by the Nepalese government. As a result, the program strives to protect the natural environment for all types of flora and wildlife.

Uniqueness

The Langtang Valley hike is unique in that it is located near Nepal’s capital city. Forest constitutes approximately 25% of the National Park. There are several different climate zones, ranging from subtropical to alpine. There are deciduous oak and maple trees, as well as an evergreen forest. Within the park’s boundaries, flora such as pine and several types of rhododendron blossoms predominate. Similarly, the park offers opportunities for wildlife viewing. Bird-watching is another popular activity on the paths. In addition, the park serves as a home for a variety of wild creatures.

More than 45 villages are located inside and around Langtang National Park. The Tamang Ethnic Community, mainly the Hyalmo, dominates the population. The majority of the villagers in the villages worked in traditional vocations like farming and livestock herding.

Necessary Permits to go Langtang Valley Trek

To traverse the Langtang Valley, trekkers must provide one of two types of admission permits. The first is a Langtang National Park entry permit, followed by a TIMS card. The permits may be obtained in Kathmandu by the trekker. The national park entry permit is issued by the Nepal Tourism Board’s national park counter, which is located on the grounds of the Nepal Tourism Board. On the approach to the trailhead, trekkers can get a national park permit at a checkpoint at Dhunche. A national park permit costs NRs equivalent to US$34 (about). The TIMS card, on the other hand, costs NRs 1000 (about US$10) for group trekkers and NRs 2000 (approximately US$20) per trekker. Each permit is only valid for one admission.

Major Attractions

The National Park serves as an excellent habitat for a variety of unique wild species. Musk deer (Moschus Chray Sogaster), Himalayan Tahr (hermitregus jemlahicus), and Himalayan black beer are among them (selenarctos thibetanus). The national park provides a suitable habitat for Red Pandas in the threatened Popular Zone. Similarly, during the Langtang Valley walk, visitors will have the opportunity to see the Snow leopard (Panthera Unica), Wild god (Cuenalpinus), Ghoral (Nemorhedus goral), and over 250 bird species.

Other Extension to Langtang Valley Trekking

Trekkers have several options to extend their trekking days while visiting the Langtang Valley. Tamang Heritage Trail trekking and Hyolmo Cultural circuit trekking trails are the cultural products of regions. They let the trekkers visit the pristine villages of such ethnic communities to experience their uniqueness.

Go through some of the related travel articles to prepare yourself for the Langtang Valley Trek.

Langtang Valley Trekking Difficulty Level

Why go for Langtang Valley Trekking

A complete guide to Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Short Trek

A short trek to Langtang Valley can complete with a trekking itinerary of 6 Nights & 7 Days, starting from Kathmandu and ending at the same point. However the itinerary is modifiable as per your interest, a number of holidays, and cost factors. A short itinerary of 6 Nights and 7 Days trek follows the following itinerary.

1st Day: Drive from Kathmandu to Drive to Syabrubesi(Lunch)
2nd Day: Drive to Syabrubesi by jeep
3rd Day: Trek from Syabrubesi – Lama Hotel (2455m)
4th Day: Trek from Lama Hotel – Langtang Village(3430m)
5th Day: Trek from Langtang village to Kyanjin Gompa and Hike to Kyanjin Ri (4773m)
6th Day: Hiking back to Rimche
7th Day: Trek back to Syabrubesi – Drive to Kathmandu

 Weather

Fall: The temperature remains reasonable during the autumn season, with crystal clear vistas of the sky. As a result, the temperature during trekking is ideal for walking.

Spring: Throughout the spring season, the temperature is somewhat higher during the day, and the sky seems cloudy. However, the view of the mountain is not as spectacular as it is during fall.

Winter: During winter, the temperature drops and gets bitterly cold, especially at higher elevations. The pathways were covered in deep snow at the time, making it impossible to walk.

Langtang Valley Trek - Accommodation

Similar to other tours of Oriental Journeys, Langtang Valley Trekking itinerary includes the accommodation in a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu. The lodges in Dhunche and Syabrubensi have attached/private washroom in option. Whereas, the lodges en route the trek have basic facilities with twin sharing bedrooms and common washrooms. Beds have a warm mattress and are provided with a blanket. Traveler can carry their own sleeping bags as an option, however, it is not mandatory. The dining room generally has a heating system to keep it warm. So that travelers can spend most of the time at the dining hall among other travelers.

DaysHotel/LodgeCategoryPlace
01Hotel Thamel / Hotel Samsara or similar3 StarKathmandu
02Hotel/LodgeLocal LodgeSyabrubensi
03-07Trekking Lodge/Tea House LodgeLocal Lodgeen route
08Hotel Thamel or similar3 StarKathmandu

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by Andy on Oriental Journeys

One of my friends recommended Oriental Journeys for your Nepal trip. It was a well-organized trip. We had a friendly guide, he was available whenever necessary. The trek was fantastic. We enjoyed our stay especially at Langtang village and Kyanjin village. It was the best trek experience.
Thank you.

Langtang Valley Trek - Detail Itinerary

01

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

As you arrive into Kathmandu, you are greeted by stunning Himalayan vistas over the valley and terraced farms below. A representative from Oriental Journeys will be waiting for you at the immigration exit to welcome you to Kathmandu. You will be escorted to your hotel by a representative. Your tour itinerary will be explained to you. Your first supper in Thamel will be in the evening. There are several restaurants to choose from, all of which provide both Western and Nepali cuisines.

02

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi

The travel from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi, a gateway to the Langtang Valley, takes 7 hours. To leave the Kathmandu valley, the route rises high over mountains. You can see the Annapurna Himalaya range, as well as Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Ganesh Himal, and some other peaks in the Langtang mountain range, from the roadside.
Following an adventurous journey, the route follows the Trishuli river’s bank and climbs Dhunche. Finally, it descends to Syabrubensi for the night.

03

Day 03: Trek from Syabrubeshi to Lama Hotel

A route crosses the river not far from Syabrubensi. Bhote Khola is a large river that originates on the Tibetan plateau. The path progressively ascends through sub-tropical woods, eventually connecting with another walking track from Thulo Syabru. It travels via Pahiro, Bamboo, and lastly Lama Hotel on the route. The route follows the Langtang river for the most part. Enjoy the sounds of birds, and look for the long-tailed black-faced Langoor and other wild creatures.

04

Day 04: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Village

The Lama Hotel is a tiny, charming commercial village on the riverbank. The walk continues into the forest, with regular glimpses of Langtang Lirung through the trees. At Ghoda Tabela (3,000 m. / 9,842 ft.), the forest line ends, and the pathways open to the open sky. Nearby is an Army camp there that was established as a Tibetan resettlement project office, however, there is no permanent settlement in the neighboring Ghoda Tabela. The Nepal Army, in particular, left the post following the 2015 Mega Earthquake. The following section of the path leads to Langtang, a significant village that was entirely destroyed after the 2015 big earthquake. The village’s restoration is nearly complete now. Langtang’s new village has established itself well ahead of the old one. You are showing your support for them by visiting this location.

05

Day 05: Trek from Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa

After breakfast, you will leave Langtang village and ascend Mundu, the next flat hill. A nice walk across Yak pasture will lead you to the Langtang Khola’s bank. You must follow the river upstream from the Langtang Lirung glacier to the next suspension bridge, which you must cross to reach the Kyanjin hamlet. Kyanjin Gumba is a modest and historic monastery. The government-run cheese factory produces indigenous NaK cheese, which you may sample.
You have your lunch and then have the option of hiking up to Langshisha Kharka for some spectacular views, or climbing up to Kyangjin Ri for a beautiful vista of Langtang peaks and Langsisa-Ri, as well as many other peaks.

06

Day 06: Explore around Kyanjin Gompa and climb to Tsego Ri

You either have two options for today. Wake up early morning and go for a Tsego Ri climb or rest and explore the area. You can visit the monastery and the cheese factory, walk up the moraine to see the spectacular ice faces and tumbling glaciers of Langtang Lirung, or ascend Kyangjin Ri directly behind the village, for a breath-taking panorama of the Langtang peaks, valley down, and surrounding

07

Day 07: Trek Kyanjin Gompa to Ghoda Tabala

Today, you have a choice between two possibilities. Early in the morning, go for a Tsego Ri climb or simply relax and enjoy the surroundings. Visit the monastery and cheese factory, climb up the moraine to observe Langtang Lirung’s stunning ice faces and falling glaciers, or summit Kyangjin Ri immediately behind the hamlet for a breath-taking vista of the Langtang peaks, the valley below, and the surrounding area.

08

Day 08: Trek back from Ghoda Tabela to Syabrubeshi

When you get to Ghoda Tabela, you can take a different path down by crossing a new bridge and walking on the opposite side of the river. The hiking path down to Syabru Bensi is the same as the one you took up. Syabru Bensi will be reached after four hours of walking. After settling into the hotel, you may relax in a natural hot spring on the river’s edge, about 15 minutes from town. You may spend the evening at the hotel’s restaurant toasting your trek’s accomplishment.
In comparison, the descent takes less time than the ascent.

09

Day 09: Drive Syabrubeshi to Kathmandu

To get to Kathmandu, hire a car or use a local bus. It takes about 7 hours to drive to Kathmandu.

10

Day 10: Transfer to the airport fro your onward journey

Today is time to say you good bye at Tribhuvan International Airport

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Langtang specifically mean?

In the local language, the word Langtang interprets its own meaning. The word Langtang comes from the Tibetan language, in which ‘Lang’ Yak and ‘Teng’ mean – to follow. Till the date, if trekked to the upper valley of the Langtang region, you will encounter wild Yak. Langtang is a narrow glacier valley that opens wide east to the Kyanjin Gumba.

What are the factors that make the Langtang valley trek difficult?

Langtang valley is not the toughest trek compared to other treks in Nepal. This is the third popular trekking destination in Nepal after Everest and Annapurna. There are some factors that make the Langtang valley trek toughest one although these factors are common for other trekking destinations too. They are altitude sickness, remoteness and steep hiking trails are the major difficulties. 

Can I get a hot shower and charge my electronic devices?

The hot shower and charging electronic devices are available in the Langtang region for trekking however, you have to pay for them. It is because of the remoteness and lack of facilities over there. You can avoid those things if you do not feel  comfortable taking those services, Oriental Journeys recommends our avid traveler to pack up baby wipes and portable power banks to maintain your hygiene and cleanliness and to charge your electronic devices respectively on your own during Langtang region trekking. 

Which is the best season for trekking in Langtang region?

Trekking in Langtang valley is possible throughout the year. However, autumn and spring are the best season for Langtang region trek. Because during the time, it offers clear views of the mountains and lush forest.

What kind of weather do we get during Autumn?

During the autumn, the temperature remains moderate with crystal clear views of the sky. Therefore, the temperature during the trekking is perfect for walking. 

What kind of weather do we get during spring?

During the spring season, the temperature is comparatively warmer in the day time and the sky looks foggy.  However, the view of the mountain is not as exceptional as the autumn season.

what kind of weather do we get during winter?

During the winter season, the temperature becomes cold and harsh especially in the higher altitudes. At that time, there is thick snow covering the trails which makes it difficult to walk.

What level of physical fitness do I need for Langtang valley Trek?

This is the frequently asked question by our past travelers and trekkers who are enthusiastic to trek in the Langtang region. Since this is the moderate type of trekking, you do not need to have super physical fitness. Langtang valley trek has an ascending type of trekking trail where you need to climb a few steps therefore needs a basic fitness level. 

If you have good stamina, that will be sufficient for you to walk for 6 to 7 hours per day. 

Need more informaiton?

Go through our travel articles and trip guides for detailed information.

Cost Includes

  • Airport pick up & drop
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch & Dinner) including Tea or coffee
  • Accommodation on Guest House (Lodge) during the trekking
  • 2 night’s hotel in Kathmandu on Bed & breakfast plan
  • An English speaking Guide
  • Necessary Porter 1: 2 (one porter for two Guest) the porter will carry (30kg in maximum) your luggage during the trek
  • All Government local Taxes
  • Langtang National Park Entry Fees
  • (TIMS) Trekker’s Information Management System card
  • Guide and porter salary
  • Guide & Porter insurance during the trekking
  • First Aid kit above 6 pax Compulsory from Agency

Cost Excludes

  • Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses
  • Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone and Laundry
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance, Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Theft or Damage and personal effects.
  • Hot Shower
  • Entrance Fees any kind of Temples, Monastery etc
  • Tips and Gratuities
  • Any other things not included in included list.

Langtang Valley Trek - Fixed Departure Cost & Dates


There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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Duration Duration
10 Days
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5033 m/16,500 ft
Activities Activities
Cultural Sightseeing Tour, Scenic Drive, Trekking
Destination Destination
Nepal
Start/End Point Start/End Point
Ktm-Ktm
Transportation Transportation
Private Vehicle | Local Bus
Grade Grade
Moderate
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Lodge to Lodge Trek
Meals Meals
8B | 8L | 8D
Group Size Group Size
1-25 People
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Mar- Jun | Sept- Nov
Accommodation Accommodation
2N in a 3*Hotel | 6N in a Tea house Lodge

The Langtang Valley Trek is a stunning hike through the Langtang Mountain range’s Glacier Valley. The route is a great spot for learning about the Tamang people’s culture. The Valley is a popular place for people who want to participate in a variety of activities. A regular route leads to the valley for activities such as trekking, climbing, hiking, and bird watching. For travelers with limited time, trekking into Langtang Valley is a simple solution. It allows visitors to get a taste of the local culture while trekking at a moderate level.

Highlights of Langtang Valley Trek

  • Pass through beautiful woodlands, high alpine meadows, and other natural wonders.
  • Observe the fatal repercussions of the cataclysmic Mega Gorkha Earthquake of 2015,
  • A walk through the Yak pastures and mule caravan
  • Capture the Langtang Himalayas’ stunning mountain views and wide views of the valley.
  • Climb the nearby peaks of Kyanjig Ri and Tsherko-Ri (Tsego Ri or Tsergo Ri).
  • Internalize the sacredness of Gosainkunda and Suryakunda, as well as hundreds of other ponds and lakes.

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking Map

Langtang is the result of combining the terms, Lang and Tang. Yak is represented by Lang, while Tang means to follow. This area is located on China’s Tibetan border. It’s around 32 kilometers north of Kathmandu Valley from an aerial view. The area protects habitats for a variety of flora and wildlife species. The territory has been designated as “Langtang National Park for the Himalayan Wildlife Reserve” by the Nepalese government. As a result, the program strives to protect the natural environment for all types of flora and wildlife.

Uniqueness

The Langtang Valley hike is unique in that it is located near Nepal’s capital city. Forest constitutes approximately 25% of the National Park. There are several different climate zones, ranging from subtropical to alpine. There are deciduous oak and maple trees, as well as an evergreen forest. Within the park’s boundaries, flora such as pine and several types of rhododendron blossoms predominate. Similarly, the park offers opportunities for wildlife viewing. Bird-watching is another popular activity on the paths. In addition, the park serves as a home for a variety of wild creatures.

More than 45 villages are located inside and around Langtang National Park. The Tamang Ethnic Community, mainly the Hyalmo, dominates the population. The majority of the villagers in the villages worked in traditional vocations like farming and livestock herding.

Necessary Permits to go Langtang Valley Trek

To traverse the Langtang Valley, trekkers must provide one of two types of admission permits. The first is a Langtang National Park entry permit, followed by a TIMS card. The permits may be obtained in Kathmandu by the trekker. The national park entry permit is issued by the Nepal Tourism Board’s national park counter, which is located on the grounds of the Nepal Tourism Board. On the approach to the trailhead, trekkers can get a national park permit at a checkpoint at Dhunche. A national park permit costs NRs equivalent to US$34 (about). The TIMS card, on the other hand, costs NRs 1000 (about US$10) for group trekkers and NRs 2000 (approximately US$20) per trekker. Each permit is only valid for one admission.

Major Attractions

The National Park serves as an excellent habitat for a variety of unique wild species. Musk deer (Moschus Chray Sogaster), Himalayan Tahr (hermitregus jemlahicus), and Himalayan black beer are among them (selenarctos thibetanus). The national park provides a suitable habitat for Red Pandas in the threatened Popular Zone. Similarly, during the Langtang Valley walk, visitors will have the opportunity to see the Snow leopard (Panthera Unica), Wild god (Cuenalpinus), Ghoral (Nemorhedus goral), and over 250 bird species.

Other Extension to Langtang Valley Trekking

Trekkers have several options to extend their trekking days while visiting the Langtang Valley. Tamang Heritage Trail trekking and Hyolmo Cultural circuit trekking trails are the cultural products of regions. They let the trekkers visit the pristine villages of such ethnic communities to experience their uniqueness.

Go through some of the related travel articles to prepare yourself for the Langtang Valley Trek.

Langtang Valley Trekking Difficulty Level

Why go for Langtang Valley Trekking

A complete guide to Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Short Trek

A short trek to Langtang Valley can complete with a trekking itinerary of 6 Nights & 7 Days, starting from Kathmandu and ending at the same point. However the itinerary is modifiable as per your interest, a number of holidays, and cost factors. A short itinerary of 6 Nights and 7 Days trek follows the following itinerary.

1st Day: Drive from Kathmandu to Drive to Syabrubesi(Lunch)
2nd Day: Drive to Syabrubesi by jeep
3rd Day: Trek from Syabrubesi – Lama Hotel (2455m)
4th Day: Trek from Lama Hotel – Langtang Village(3430m)
5th Day: Trek from Langtang village to Kyanjin Gompa and Hike to Kyanjin Ri (4773m)
6th Day: Hiking back to Rimche
7th Day: Trek back to Syabrubesi – Drive to Kathmandu

 Weather

Fall: The temperature remains reasonable during the autumn season, with crystal clear vistas of the sky. As a result, the temperature during trekking is ideal for walking.

Spring: Throughout the spring season, the temperature is somewhat higher during the day, and the sky seems cloudy. However, the view of the mountain is not as spectacular as it is during fall.

Winter: During winter, the temperature drops and gets bitterly cold, especially at higher elevations. The pathways were covered in deep snow at the time, making it impossible to walk.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

As you arrive into Kathmandu, you are greeted by stunning Himalayan vistas over the valley and terraced farms below. A representative from Oriental Journeys will be waiting for you at the immigration exit to welcome you to Kathmandu. You will be escorted to your hotel by a representative. Your tour itinerary will be explained to you. Your first supper in Thamel will be in the evening. There are several restaurants to choose from, all of which provide both Western and Nepali cuisines.

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi

The travel from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi, a gateway to the Langtang Valley, takes 7 hours. To leave the Kathmandu valley, the route rises high over mountains. You can see the Annapurna Himalaya range, as well as Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Ganesh Himal, and some other peaks in the Langtang mountain range, from the roadside.
Following an adventurous journey, the route follows the Trishuli river’s bank and climbs Dhunche. Finally, it descends to Syabrubensi for the night.

Day 03: Trek from Syabrubeshi to Lama Hotel

A route crosses the river not far from Syabrubensi. Bhote Khola is a large river that originates on the Tibetan plateau. The path progressively ascends through sub-tropical woods, eventually connecting with another walking track from Thulo Syabru. It travels via Pahiro, Bamboo, and lastly Lama Hotel on the route. The route follows the Langtang river for the most part. Enjoy the sounds of birds, and look for the long-tailed black-faced Langoor and other wild creatures.

Day 04: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Village

The Lama Hotel is a tiny, charming commercial village on the riverbank. The walk continues into the forest, with regular glimpses of Langtang Lirung through the trees. At Ghoda Tabela (3,000 m. / 9,842 ft.), the forest line ends, and the pathways open to the open sky. Nearby is an Army camp there that was established as a Tibetan resettlement project office, however, there is no permanent settlement in the neighboring Ghoda Tabela. The Nepal Army, in particular, left the post following the 2015 Mega Earthquake. The following section of the path leads to Langtang, a significant village that was entirely destroyed after the 2015 big earthquake. The village’s restoration is nearly complete now. Langtang’s new village has established itself well ahead of the old one. You are showing your support for them by visiting this location.

Day 05: Trek from Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa

After breakfast, you will leave Langtang village and ascend Mundu, the next flat hill. A nice walk across Yak pasture will lead you to the Langtang Khola’s bank. You must follow the river upstream from the Langtang Lirung glacier to the next suspension bridge, which you must cross to reach the Kyanjin hamlet. Kyanjin Gumba is a modest and historic monastery. The government-run cheese factory produces indigenous NaK cheese, which you may sample.
You have your lunch and then have the option of hiking up to Langshisha Kharka for some spectacular views, or climbing up to Kyangjin Ri for a beautiful vista of Langtang peaks and Langsisa-Ri, as well as many other peaks.

Day 06: Explore around Kyanjin Gompa and climb to Tsego Ri

You either have two options for today. Wake up early morning and go for a Tsego Ri climb or rest and explore the area. You can visit the monastery and the cheese factory, walk up the moraine to see the spectacular ice faces and tumbling glaciers of Langtang Lirung, or ascend Kyangjin Ri directly behind the village, for a breath-taking panorama of the Langtang peaks, valley down, and surrounding

Day 07: Trek Kyanjin Gompa to Ghoda Tabala

Today, you have a choice between two possibilities. Early in the morning, go for a Tsego Ri climb or simply relax and enjoy the surroundings. Visit the monastery and cheese factory, climb up the moraine to observe Langtang Lirung’s stunning ice faces and falling glaciers, or summit Kyangjin Ri immediately behind the hamlet for a breath-taking vista of the Langtang peaks, the valley below, and the surrounding area.

Day 08: Trek back from Ghoda Tabela to Syabrubeshi

When you get to Ghoda Tabela, you can take a different path down by crossing a new bridge and walking on the opposite side of the river. The hiking path down to Syabru Bensi is the same as the one you took up. Syabru Bensi will be reached after four hours of walking. After settling into the hotel, you may relax in a natural hot spring on the river’s edge, about 15 minutes from town. You may spend the evening at the hotel’s restaurant toasting your trek’s accomplishment.
In comparison, the descent takes less time than the ascent.

Day 09: Drive Syabrubeshi to Kathmandu

To get to Kathmandu, hire a car or use a local bus. It takes about 7 hours to drive to Kathmandu.

Day 10: Transfer to the airport fro your onward journey

Today is time to say you good bye at Tribhuvan International Airport

What does Langtang specifically mean?

In the local language, the word Langtang interprets its own meaning. The word Langtang comes from the Tibetan language, in which ‘Lang’ Yak and ‘Teng’ mean – to follow. Till the date, if trekked to the upper valley of the Langtang region, you will encounter wild Yak. Langtang is a narrow glacier valley that opens wide east to the Kyanjin Gumba.

What are the factors that make the Langtang valley trek difficult?

Langtang valley is not the toughest trek compared to other treks in Nepal. This is the third popular trekking destination in Nepal after Everest and Annapurna. There are some factors that make the Langtang valley trek toughest one although these factors are common for other trekking destinations too. They are altitude sickness, remoteness and steep hiking trails are the major difficulties. 

Can I get a hot shower and charge my electronic devices?

The hot shower and charging electronic devices are available in the Langtang region for trekking however, you have to pay for them. It is because of the remoteness and lack of facilities over there. You can avoid those things if you do not feel  comfortable taking those services, Oriental Journeys recommends our avid traveler to pack up baby wipes and portable power banks to maintain your hygiene and cleanliness and to charge your electronic devices respectively on your own during Langtang region trekking. 

Which is the best season for trekking in Langtang region?

Trekking in Langtang valley is possible throughout the year. However, autumn and spring are the best season for Langtang region trek. Because during the time, it offers clear views of the mountains and lush forest.

What kind of weather do we get during Autumn?

During the autumn, the temperature remains moderate with crystal clear views of the sky. Therefore, the temperature during the trekking is perfect for walking. 

What kind of weather do we get during spring?

During the spring season, the temperature is comparatively warmer in the day time and the sky looks foggy.  However, the view of the mountain is not as exceptional as the autumn season.

what kind of weather do we get during winter?

During the winter season, the temperature becomes cold and harsh especially in the higher altitudes. At that time, there is thick snow covering the trails which makes it difficult to walk.

What level of physical fitness do I need for Langtang valley Trek?

This is the frequently asked question by our past travelers and trekkers who are enthusiastic to trek in the Langtang region. Since this is the moderate type of trekking, you do not need to have super physical fitness. Langtang valley trek has an ascending type of trekking trail where you need to climb a few steps therefore needs a basic fitness level. 

If you have good stamina, that will be sufficient for you to walk for 6 to 7 hours per day. 

Need more informaiton?

Go through our travel articles and trip guides for detailed information.

Cost Includes

  • Airport pick up & drop
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch & Dinner) including Tea or coffee
  • Accommodation on Guest House (Lodge) during the trekking
  • 2 night’s hotel in Kathmandu on Bed & breakfast plan
  • An English speaking Guide
  • Necessary Porter 1: 2 (one porter for two Guest) the porter will carry (30kg in maximum) your luggage during the trek
  • All Government local Taxes
  • Langtang National Park Entry Fees
  • (TIMS) Trekker’s Information Management System card
  • Guide and porter salary
  • Guide & Porter insurance during the trekking
  • First Aid kit above 6 pax Compulsory from Agency

Cost Excludes

  • Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses
  • Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone and Laundry
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance, Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Theft or Damage and personal effects.
  • Hot Shower
  • Entrance Fees any kind of Temples, Monastery etc
  • Tips and Gratuities
  • Any other things not included in included list.

There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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Oriental Journeys
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Oct 1, 2019
by Andy on Oriental Journeys

One of my friends recommended Oriental Journeys for your Nepal trip. It was a well-organized trip. We had a friendly guide, he was available whenever necessary. The trek was fantastic. We enjoyed our stay especially at Langtang village and Kyanjin village. It was the best trek experience.
Thank you.

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