Langtang Trek

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US $920


11 Days

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Mar-June, Sep-Dec

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The Langtang Trek is a fascinating and lesser-known route in the Langtang region, which is situated close to Kathmandu. This is a short tea house trek that takes you through the heart of the stunning Langtang National Park, where you can explore the rich cultural heritage of the Tibetan-influenced ethnic group. The trek offers a unique opportunity to hike into the depths of the park, south of Langtang Lirung, and witness some of nature’s finest creations.
The main highlight of this Langtang trek is undoubtedly Kyanjin Gompa and Kyanjin Ri. These places are blessed with breathtaking views of Langtang Lirung, Langtang Ri, Dorge Lakpa, Loenopa Gang, Changbu, Gangchenpo, Yala, and Ganjala peaks. These 6th and 7th thousand peaks are a treat to behold and will leave you spellbound.
To start your Langtang trek, we will drive to Syprubesi, from where we will embark on a journey through lush forests, quaint settlements, and breathtaking landscapes. We will hike to the vantage settlement of Kyanjin Gompa, where we will stay at local tea houses. This will allow us to interact with the local people and learn about their culture and lifestyle.
We will take a day hike to Kyanjin Ri, which is the ultimate highlight of this Langtang trek. The panoramic views from the top are nothing short of majestic, and you can witness the pure wonder of the Himalayas. We will ensure that you trek safely and that your well-being is our utmost priority. Thus, we will provide a medically trained trekking guide to lead your Langtang trek, and we will carry an oxygen cylinder with a medical kit to deal with any emergencies that may arise.
Furthermore, we will provide trekking gear like sleeping bags, down jackets, trek duffle bags, etc., to make your trip to Nepal hassle-free. If you are planning to join the short Langtang Valley Trek? we will be more than happy to assist you in planning your trek.    If you are planning a solo trekking adventure, you might be interested in joining our Langtang Trek fixed departure dates for the Spring and Autumn seasons of 2023 and 2024. The Langtang Valley is a popular destination for short tea house trekking, and you’ll get to experience it with a group of like-minded travelers.
On this trek, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the Kenjin Gompa, a beautiful monastery located in the Langtang Valley, and hike the Kenjin Ri for a stunning view of the Himalayas. You can rest assured knowing that we have safety measures in place, such as backup oxygen cylinders and medical kits.
Why the Langtang Valley trek is highlighted? 
The Langtang Valley Trek is an adventure that offers a unique experience by taking you away from the hustle and bustle of the city and immersing you in the once-isolated region of Langtang. During this trek, you will witness the striking contrasts between the busy cities and the tranquil wilderness of the Langtang region. 
As you begin your trek, you will traverse through the subtropical jungle before reaching the alpine Rhododendron forest. As you make your way through the valley of glaciers, also known as Langtang Valley, you will come across deep gorges and rivers, as well as terraced meadows. Walking through the lush green forest filled with Rhododendron and other wildflowers will leave you in awe. 
The Langtang Valley Trek also provides an opportunity to spot some endangered wildlife species, such as the Red Panda, Langur Monkeys, and many others. The marvelous views of snowy peaks like Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Ri, and Langtang Lirung will leave you mesmerized.
Apart from the natural beauty, this trek also offers a chance to visit different monasteries and a yak cheese factory. You can also explore the unique culture and traditions of the Tamang and Tibetan people.
The Langtang Valley Trek is a moderate trekking journey that requires 6-7 hours of average walks per day for 8-9 days. Although prior experience is not necessary, you need to be physically and mentally prepared for the trek. The trek is suitable for people of all ages who are willing to embrace the challenge and enjoy the experience.

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Detail Itinerary

Langtang Valley Trek begins with your arrival at the Kathmandu Airport, where you’ll be warmly greeted by one of the representatives from Himalayan Trekkers. They will escort you to your designated hotel, which is just a 30-minute drive away. Once you arrive at the hotel, you can take some time to rest or take a stroll around the surrounding streets.
Later in the day, we will head to Boudhanath Stupa, which is the largest stupa in the country built in Chaitya/Stupa style. The stupa is a significant representation of Tibetan and local Nepalese Buddhism and is a popular destination for both international and local visitors due to its peaceful aura and religious significance.
After that, we will drive to Pashupatinath Temple, which is only a 15-minute drive from the stupa, to join the aarti ceremony that takes place every evening. Pashupatinath is one of the most important Hindu sites in the world and is devoted to Lord Shiva. While non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the main temple, they can still explore the surroundings and witness the open cremation ceremony on the bank of the Bagmati River opposite the aarti ceremony.
Once we finish exploring these two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, we will return to Thamel and take a stroll around the streets to get a glimpse of the area. Please note that these visits are only possible if your arrival is before the afternoon.
In the evening, we will have a welcome dinner at the hotel.
Meals: Welcome Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
After breakfast, we will begin our exploration of the remaining world heritage sites, including Swayambhunath Temple, which is widely famous as the monkey temple due to the numerous monkeys that reside there. The temple has a history interrelated to the birth of the Kathmandu valley, and the top of the hill where the white dome of Swoyambhu is located offers fantastic views of the valley and surrounding mountains.
Next, we will visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square, an ancient Newari town that is also known as the city of devotees. The Durbar Square complex and its surroundings are the major attractions of this town, and some of the highlights of the Durbar Square are Nyatapola Temple, Golden Gate, 55 Window Palace, etc. There is a lot to explore in Bhaktapur.
After that, we will drive to Patan and explore Patan Durbar Square, another ancient Newari town known for its arts and architecture. The ancient houses, complexes, buildings, temples, and statues in the Durbar square exhibit wonderful craftsmanship. Krishna Mandir, Patan Museum, etc. are the most notable sites here.
Later in the afternoon, we will leave Patan and drive back to Kathmandu to explore the Kathmandu Durbar Square. Once a royal palace, it is now a museum. This place is also called Hanumandhoka as you can see the statue of Hanuman, a god that resembles a monkey here. The complex also houses Kumari Ghar, the residence of the only Living Goddess, Kumari, and Kasthamandap, a temple built with a single tree’s wood.
After sightseeing, we can take a stroll around Freak Street, the hub of hippies in the 90s. Then, we will take a walk to New Road Market, Indrahowk Market, Ason Market, and finally enter the Thamel Market.
Later in the day, we will have a short briefing session regarding the Langtang Valley Trek journey, and you might buy your gear at the Thamel market.
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
Marks the beginning of your trekking journey. We will start our day with an early morning breakfast and leave Kathmandu behind to start our Langtang journey. We will drive to a place called Syabrubesi in the Rasuwa district, which is about 7-8 hours away from Kathmandu.
As soon as we leave the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, you can smell the fresh air and enjoy Nepal’s beautiful scenery. We will drive along the beautiful Trishuli River with the magnificent Himalayan views of the Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang ranges. After 3-4 hours of drive with short breaks in between, we will reach Trishuli Bazaar in the Nuwakot district, where we will have a quick lunch break.
Then, our drive turns right from the Bazaar to Dhunche town before we reach today’s destination, Syabrubesi. We will check into our accommodation, rest, explore the surroundings if time permits, eat our dinner, and have a good night’s sleep.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Trek begins with an exciting and adventurous journey to Lama Hotel. This day marks the beginning of the main theme of the trekking journey. The trekking will start after having a delicious breakfast. We will gather our belongings and set out on foot via the ridge on Syabrubesi’s main road. As we start our trek, we will cross the Ghopcha Khola River and pass by several terraced fields and dense forests, which are home to a variety of plant species like oaks, maple, alder, and bamboo.
If we are fortunate enough, we might spot some rare and endangered species such as the red panda, yellow-throated martin, wild boar, langur monkey, and Himalayan black bear en route. As we continue ascending steeply along the trail, we come across a steel suspension bridge at 2000 meters and cross to the north bank of the Langtang Khola. After crossing the bridge, we finally arrived at Lama Hotel.
Lama Hotel is not one hotel, but a collection of lodges and homes that are our destination for the night. Once we reach there, we will settle in at one of the best local lodges and spend the night there. We will enjoy a sumptuous meal comprising breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the lodge. Our accommodation for the night will be at a Tea House.
Trek starts with an early breakfast, and then we set out on foot alongside the river through a rich and lush environment. As we trek, we get a beautiful view of Langtang Lirung and several other peaks. The trail then goes across a log bridge and onto the meadows of Ghoda Tabela at 3000m. From here, the trail goes through dense forest, where we can spot Langur Monkeys and some unique local birds.
Once, there was a Tibetan resettlement project here, but now it is a Nepalese army post/checkpoint where we will be registered, although it has no permanent inhabitants. The route then ascends gently and reaches a wide valley where few temporary settlements can be seen. We then continue and pass by a few traditional chortens, water mills, Mani Walls, and Prayer Wheels before arriving at Langtang Village.
Langtang Village is a large scenic settlement of mostly Tamang people who follow Buddhism. The village has flat-roofed Tibetan-style houses, encircled by stone walls. It is surrounded by fields of buckwheat, potatoes, wheat, turnips, and barley. We will explore the village surroundings and might also have some interesting interactions with the locals. We will spend the night at a Tea House and have our meals comprising breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The trek begins with breakfast, and then we set out for Kyangjin Gompa, the region’s most important monastery. As we trek, we pass religious mounds of rocks with inscriptions etched on them, as well as water mills, prayer wheels, and shortens. We also walk through Nepal’s largest mani wall, which is constructed of stone and has prayers written on it.
We will spend the rest of the afternoon following a short climb exploring the Tibetan Buddhist shrine in Kyangjin Gompa and the surrounding environs, which provide us with breathtaking views of the mountains such as Dorje Larpa (6990 m), Langtang RI (6370 m), and Langtang Lirung (7245 m). We will also visit the cheese factory there and observe the procedure of making it. We will have our meals comprising breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Tea House. 
Depending on the weather and your interests. We will wake up to the majestic scenery of mighty peaks and glaciers and head to the monastery to observe the Buddhist monks’ enchanting morning prayers and pilgrims praying.
After returning to our lodge and having breakfast, we will prepare for the day and start the hike. Both places provide close-up views of the surrounding peaks, including Yala Peak, Langtang Ri, Langtang Lirung, Naya Kanga, and Langshisha Ri Peak. However, the path to Langshisha Kharka is less difficult than Tserko Ri. We will have our meals comprising breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Tea House, where we will spend the night.
7/8 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 2470 M
As the morning sun rises over the Langtang Valley, we bid farewell to the charming Kyanjin Gompa village and begin our trek back to Lama Hotel. Today’s journey will take us through the same route that we took while coming up, but this time, we will be retracing our steps. As we descend, we will pass through familiar yak herding towns and open alpine grasslands, offering us a chance to admire the stunning natural beauty once again.
We will stop for lunch at Ghoda Table, a cozy teahouse situated amidst the picturesque landscape, before continuing towards Langtang village. Upon reaching the village, we will have some free time to explore the area and visit the earthquake memorial, if we missed it earlier. After that, we will head towards Lama Hotel, where we will check into our teahouse and unwind after a long day of trekking.
As the evening sets in, we can sit back and relax, soaking in the serene atmosphere of the Himalayas. The air is filled with the sweet fragrance of pines and rhododendrons, and the locals go about their daily routines, giving us a glimpse of their simple yet fulfilling lives.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
5/6 Hours Walk
Max Altitude: 1550 M
After a hearty breakfast, we will set out on our trek back to Syabru Besi. The trail will take us through dense pine forests, across the Bamboo and Ramche bridges, and finally, over the Bhote Khola River. Today’s trek will be relatively easier than the previous days as it mostly involves descending.
Once we reach Syabru Besi, we will check in and rest for a while before gathering for dinner. This is a great opportunity for us to share our experiences and stories, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
7/8 Hours Drive
Max Altitude: 1350 M
Today is the last day of our Langtang Valley Trek. After breakfast, we will leave the Langtang region and head back to Kathmandu via road. The journey will take us through the same scenic route that we took a week ago, providing us with one last chance to take in the breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will check into a standard hotel where we can rest and rejuvenate after the long trek. In the evening, we can explore the bustling Thamel neighborhood, which is famous for its tourist markets and vibrant nightlife.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM
30 Min Drive to Airport
Today marks the end of our unforgettable Langtang Valley Trek. After breakfast, we will be transferred to the airport, three hours before our scheduled flight. If we have some leisure time before our departure, we can take a stroll through Thamel and buy souvenirs to take back home, as a reminder of our amazing adventure in the Himalayas.
Meals: Breakfast

The trip cost includes

  1. Airport transfers for both domestic and international flights
  2. Standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast on a twin-sharing basis
  3. Full board meals while on the three passes trekking
  4. A porter for each trekker
  5. Accommodation at a teahouse or lodge on twin shares a private room.
  6. Welcome dinner with a cultural program as listed in the itinerary.
  7. Half-day guided city tour with world heritage entrance permit
  8. All domestic flights and airport taxes listed in the itinerary.
  9. Free use of quality trekking gear, including a sleeping bag, fleece liner, down jacket, and rain poncho as required.
  10. Professional trek guide trained in Wilderness First Aid and trek crew with salary, wages, transportation, proper insurance, and required trek gear.
  11. Supplementary OXYGEN cylinder and comprehensive First Aid Kit as a safety backup
  12. Complementary trek Duffle bag, T-shirts, and trek map
  13. TIMS or VDC trekking permit, Langtang Trek entry fees, VAT, all government taxes, etc.

The trip cost excludes

  1. Nepal entry visa fees
  2. Travel insurance of any kind
  3. International airfare
  4. All beverage drinks
  5. Main meals (lunch and dinner) in cities
  6. Tips and items of personal expenses such as hot showers, battery charges, telephone, and beverage drinks  

What are the basic needs to go langtang trekking?

  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Hiking boots
  • Sandals/Crocs
  • Several sets of undergarments
  • Good quality down jacket and pants
  • Fleece jacket
  • Thermal wear
  • T-shirts and pants
  • Warm woolen clothes for the night
  • Trekking stick
  • One set of gloves
  • Woolen hat
  • Sunhat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle with purifying tablets
  • Toiletries
  • A medium-sized towel
  • Energy bars
  • Basic medications
  • Rain Gears.   

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