Langtang Trek


Langtang Trek

trekking in Langtang – less trodden trail to Nepal best kept secret valley
Langtang region is another popular trekking destination in Nepal, considered by many trekkers to be one of Nepal’s best-kept secrets. It is easily accessible without flight, just north of Kathmandu with soaring peaks on either side of the valley. Trekking in Langtang valley unfolds the colorful culture, religion, and traditions of Tibetan origin ethnic groups on the back dropped of stunning mountain sceneries. Changes in elevation combined with the complex topography and geology have produced a unique patchwork of vegetation in this region.
This relatively less trekked Langtang teahouse trekking route heads through a varied landscape ranging from evergreen forests, cascading waterfalls and turbulent streams to sub-alpine grasslands. Further closer to the peak profile of Langtang Lirung (7246m), Gang Chhenpo (6388m), Lenpo Gang (7083m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m). The legendary Himalayan explorer and mountaineer Bill Tillman said of Langtang that it was ‘One of the world’s most beautiful valleys’.


Day 01: Drive by bus from Kathmandu to Sybru besi (9 hours, 285 km, 1960 m) and stay there overnight.

Day 02: Trek to Lama Hotel (6 hours 2470 m) and stay overnight.

Day 03: Trek to Langtang (6 hours, 3430 m) and stay overnight at the lodge.

Day 04: Trek to Kyanjin Gomba (3 hours, 3870 m.) Have lunch at the tea house, then walk up to the viewpoint Tserko Ri, then stay at the lodge overnight.

Day 05: Trek back to Lama Hotel (6 hours) and stay overnight.

Day 06: Trek to Syabru Besi (5 hours walking) and stay overnight.

Day 07: Back to Kathmandu by local bus (9 hours, 200 kilometers.)



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