Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Region

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Autumn & Summer

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Langtang Trek, also known as Langtang Valley Trek, is a popular choice among trekkers in Nepal who seek an authentic highland trekking experience. This trek offers expansive views of the Himalayas, an opportunity to explore the wilder parts of the region, and a chance to immerse oneself in the authentic Tamang culture, known for their hospitality. The off-beat route of Langtang Trek is relatively unknown but promises a truly pristine and pure experience for passionate Himalayan journey enthusiasts.


Unfortunately, Langtang Trek was hit by a devastating earthquake in 2015, which destroyed the entire Langtang village, and the landslides and avalanches that followed blocked trekkers from visiting the area for years. This caused an economic crisis for the local people, who are now rebuilding and progressing with more safety and quality, while offering authentic Tamang hospitality once again. Apart from the stunning Himalayan landscapes, Langtang Valley also offers an opportunity to learn about the authentic culture of the Tamang and Sherpa peoples, as well as the ancient Bon Po Religion and Tibetan Buddhism. The Langtang National Park is home to rare flora and fauna, and the trek offers a true experience of the remote and wilder Himalayan trekking.


The journey to Langtang Valley is now easier and shorter, taking only a day by vehicles after the reformation and reconstruction. The trek begins from Syabru Besi, meandering through sub-tropical forests and beautiful meadows, passing by Tamang villages, Buddhist monasteries, and cultural heritages. Visitors can learn more about the norms, values, faith, and beliefs of the Tamang People and their respect towards the mountains and the Himalayas, reflecting the holiness of those snow lands.


Exploring Kyangjin Gumpa allows visitors to appreciate the mysterious and magical creation of nature, and hiking up Kyangjin Ri offers 360-degree views of the entire Langtang valley and a long range of the Langtang Range. Tracing the classic off-the-beat trekking route allows visitors to enjoy a wider and more core Himalayan experience.


Important Note:


Food and Accommodation in Langtang

Despite the remoteness and wilderness of the region, the great hospitality of the Tamang people in the typical style will be very lovely and awesome. The Hotels, guest houses, and homestays offer rooms on twin sharing basis and available foods for dinner, lunch, and breakfast. Generally Nepalese Cultural foods, Newari foods. Continental and Italian foods are also available. Spaghetti, Momo, Chow Mein, Fruit Salad, nonveg foods, beverages, etc. are offered.


Challenges of Langtang valley Trek

Langtang Valley trek is one of the most exciting and adventurous trekking will great entertainment, incredible trekking experience, and awful expression of the Himalayas and the gigantic mountains colonized in the Langtang Range. It’s an absolute off-the-beaten trek with great thrill and a remote high-altitude walk. The main challenges of the Langtang Valley trekking are the certain rugged and rough trekking track, altitude, and uncertain weather. The weather and climates in the Himalayas are always unpredictable and uncertain. The dry-chilling wind also adds some difficulties and challenges during Langtang trekking. With a proper backpack and preplanned arrangement, Langtang is perfect for everyone having an average trekking/walking experience and pace. Be careful while drinking water and having meals to prevent unwanted health problems and issues. Otherwise, Langtang is moderate-level trekking, and beginners with good walking ability can easily compete for the darling trekking.


Best season for trekking in Langtang

For trekking in Langtang valley, Autumn and summer are the best seasons of the year. Especially, the months of august to November and march to June are very perfect. December is the prewinter season and may be suitable, but the early snowfalls may cause difficulties. While June to august is the rainy season and trekking routes will be muddy and even the mountains seem very naked and rock solid.


The autumn offers great mountain views and landscapes and weather and climates used to very clear and days are sunnier with blue sky. And Climates are also very stable and predictable.


Langtang Trekking in Summer is another incredible vacation full of adventure and thrill. In Summer, Langtang changes the cover, and the greeneries add more effects. The lush hills, green pastures/grazing lands and the crystal-like shining dew in the morning, whitey mountains like a non-crafted diamond, chameleonic landscapes, and the marvelous Langtang valley are the major highlights of Langtang trekking in Summer.




Day 1

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, the representative of Adventure Club will welcome you and take you to the hotel as per the itinerary. After refreshing and resting, you may also visit the Office of Adventure Club. The Trekking Guide and/or the Adventure Club’s Official will visit you for the remaining processes and formalities before the trip begins. You may ask related questions and queries to the official Guides as well.


Private Vehicle
Private Vehicle
3 Star Hotel in Thamel on Twin Sharing Basis
3 Star Hotel in Thamel on Twin Sharing Basis
Day 2

After breakfast, the City Tour Guide will visit you in  Hotel with Private Vehicle for Kathmandu City Tour. The Tour will be done with other crew members (No needs to join other for Private trips). Out of the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, we explore four sites. You may also visit other sites with applicable charges.


Sites Visit: -


• Swayambhunath Mahachaitya

• Pasupatinath Temple

• Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and

• Boudhanath Stupa


Private Vehicle
Private Vehicle
3 Star Hotel on Twin Sharing Basis at Thamel
3 Star Hotel on Twin Sharing Basis at Thamel
Registered / Licensed English-speaking City Tour Guide
Registered / Licensed English-speaking City Tour Guide
Day 3

After breakfast in Kathmandu, we drive so far, Syabru Besi, about an hour further from the district headquarters of Rasuwa: - Dhunche; the getaway for the Gosaikunda Trek while the Langtang trek begins from Syabru Besi. We take a private Tourist vehicle for that. We drive along the Trisuli River. We first go through the Prithivi Highway and take a diversion from Galchhi that connect the Nuwakot. We further go far till we enter the Rasuwa border. The terrace paddy land will be so incredible to admire during the drive. Before we approach Dhunche, we will check out at the Langtang National Park Check Point. With trek permission and luggage checking, we further drive until we arrive at Syabru Besi. We will see the Himalayan Panorama several times while on road.


Private 4wd drive (6-7hrs)
Private 4wd drive (6-7hrs)
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Standard Tourist Guest House on Twin Sharing Basis
Standard Tourist Guest House on Twin Sharing Basis
Day 4

With an early breakfast, we go through the Bhote Koshi River. We gradually climb through the uninhabited sub-tropical forest of oak, pine, junipers, and rhododendrons. The steep trails lead us to the small settlement that offers the cozy lodging facility. The Lama hotel is sure satisfying to relief the tiredness. We spend a night here in Lama Hotel.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Standard Tourist Guest House on Twin Sharing Basis
Standard Tourist Guest House on Twin Sharing Basis
Day 5

With the several glimpse of Langtang Lirung, we climb through the sub-tropical forest. We reach to the Ghoda Tabela (Horse Castle) at the elevation of 3,000m and it used to be the Tibetan Resettlement Project but now it’s The Nepal Army Base. With gentle climb with widen valley, with great views of the looming mountains in either of the sides, we cross the temporary (Seasonal) settlement of the herders living in the summer and warmer weather.


The ruined Langtang village by Nepal Earthquake 2015 reminds one of the biggest tragedies of Nepal, once a beautiful settlement with numerous lodges and point of greater hospitality now a rocky field. Despite all those it is rebuilding with better structure. With about 30-45 mins of further walking brings to Mundu where we spend a night and stop for the day.

Day 6

Beginning the day with typical breakfast, we cross several streams having wooden creeks. Furthermore, walking through the moraines, we approach to the Kyangjin Valley. The Kyangjin valley suddenly comes wider with great views and scenes, it starts the actual show. The Government owned Cheese factory is another best place for the cheese lovers.


The panoramic views of Langtang Lirung (7246m), Genjempol, Kyangjin RI (4750m.), Tsergo RI (5000m.), Ganja la (5160m.), Langshisa- Ri (6427m.), Dorje Lhakpa (6430m.), Naya Kang (5844m.), Yala peak (5500m) are the cheery on the cake.

Day 7

Exploring the heavenly beautiful Himalayan valley, we spend a day here in Kyangjin valley, we explore the beautiful sceneries, and tryout to get better views from Kyangjin Ri and Tserko Ri. We hike up to the Tserko Ri at the elevation of 5000m after crossing the Kyangjin Ri at 4350m. The Panorama of the Langtang Lirung, Langtang range, Kinshung, and Yansa Tsenji make the trek further incredible. 

Day 8

Having the best experience, we step back to track and return to Lama Hotel. If you are true, cheese lover, you can buy the Yak Cheese on the return way.

Day 9

We further descend till we approach Syabru Besi where we spend a night before returning to Kathmandu.

Day 10

We reserve the jeep or 4-wheelers for return travel to Kathmandu.

Day 11

Our representative will drop you to the airport if you have no further planning of staying and exploring the real Heaven-Nepal.


After the maintenance and renovation of the routes and tracks blocked by the landslide due to the earthquake in 2015, Langtang is now fully open for trekking. The Villages and hotels/ Homestay are rebuilt and being reformed and use to offer great hospitality in typical Tamang style.

Langtang is an off-the-beaten trekking and mostly deep Himalayan region. The routes used to be less crowded, and the villages and settlements are very low and tiny. It is ok to go alone or with a partner, however, the mistrial may cause trouble and even an authorized body recommends not going solo trekking in such an abandoned and deserted area. Trekking with a guide who knows the route very well is very better for trekking safety and security.

Langtang Trek is an exclusive 6-day trek. From Syabru Besi, the trekkers can reach the Kyangjin Gumba on 3rd day of the trek and return in 2 days. Spending a day in Kyangjin Gumba to explore the area, trekkers must schedule 6 days in total for Langtang Trek exclusively.


Moreover, the arrival/ departure, Kathmandu- Syabru Besi-Kathmandu transportation needs additional 4 days. The Travers Nepal also offers the great Kathmandu City tour for better knowledge of Nepalese Cultural Significance and memories of Nepal tour. 

There is the off-road/ stoned graveled road to the Langtang Village and Valley and reachable in a day’s travel from Kathmandu, but we recommend taking a walking route/ alternative for a better Langtang Exploration and trekking experience.


  • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses (Laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, battery chargingetc.)
  • All kind of beverages ( tea/coffee, coke, beer, bottled water, etc.)
  • Travel Insurance (it is mandatory).
  • Personal trekking equipment except stated above.
  • Tipping to guide/porter.
  • Any loss arising due to unforseen circumstances that is beyond Adventure Club Pvt Ltd control.