Langtang Valley Trek

Trip Duration 11
Max Altitude 5184M at Tserko Ri
Group Size 2-30
Best Time for Visit March to May, October to December

Trip Overview


The Langtang Valley Trek is a mesmerizing journey through the breathtaking landscapes of the Langtang region in Nepal. Nestled in the northern part of Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural encounters, and Himalayan adventure. The trek also commences from Syabrubesi, a quaint village, and gradually ascends through lush rhododendron forests, picturesque terraced fields, and charming Tamang settlements. The Langtang Valley renowned for its awe-inspiring vistas of snow-capped peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and Ganesh Himal. Trekkers traverse along the meandering Bhote Koshi River, crossing suspension bridges that add an element of thrill to the journey. The region's biodiversity is striking, making it a paradise for nature lovers and birdwatchers. As trekkers advance further, they encounter the traditional Tamang and Tibetan communities, known for their warm hospitality and unique cultural practices. These encounters offer an enriching insight into the local way of life, and trekkers may visit ancient monasteries and stupas that are an integral part of the region's religious heritage.

Langtang Valley Trek: A Journey to Kyanjin Gompa and Beyond

Kyanjin Gompa serves as the ultimate destination of the trek, where trekkers rewards it with awe-inspiring views of glaciers and high-altitude landscapes. The ascent of Kyanjin Ri or Tserko Ri also provides an exhilarating experience and a chance to witness the surreal panorama of the Langtang Himalayas. However, the Langtang Valley Trek is not just about the mountains and valleys; it is also an opportunity to engage in sustainable tourism. The trekking route was severely affected by the devastating earthquake in 2015, and the local communities have since worked hard to rebuild their villages and trails. By choosing this trek, travelers actively contribute to the region's recovery and development. Throughout the journey, trekkers accommodated in teahouses run by the locals, offering a comfortable yet authentic experience. The best time for the Langtang Valley Trek is during spring and autumn, when the weather is favorable, and the landscapes adorns with colorful blooms or golden foliage.

Conclusion and Summary

In conclusion, the Langtang Valley Trek is a rewarding adventure that leaves a lasting impression on every trekker. From the majestic Himalayan panoramas to the vibrant local culture, this journey is a true exploration of Nepal's natural and cultural heritage. It is a testament to the resilience and warmth of the local communities, making it an unforgettable experience for all those seeking a unique and soul-stirring trekking adventure.

 Trip Highlight

  • No need to book a plane! You can drive to this trek within 7 to 8 hours
  • Experience the difference between the busy city and once isolated region from this Langtang Valley Trek
  • Langtang valley trek is inside the Langtang national park
  • View of snow-capped mountains such as Langtang Ri, Langtang, Langsisa and Ganjala Peak
  • Climb Tserko Ri (5184m) for its stunning scenic views
  • Locals from Langtang areas are Tamang and they believe on Tibeten Buddhism
  • Trek through the Langtang Valley, also known as the ‘Valley of Glaciers
  • Mountains, rivers, villages and valley makes trek perfect
  • Chance to spot some endangered wildlife species such as Red Panda, Langur Monkeys, etc.
  • It is known easy family and Lesser Known trek in Nepal
  • Rododendern trees, Yaks, and Redpanda are famous from langtang national park
  • Experience Tibetan Buddhist culture and life firsthand
  • Collect blessings at old Buddhist shrines such as Langtang Gompa and Kyanjing Gompa
  • Stay in interesting teahouses along the route
  • Deep gorges & rivers as well as terraced meadows
  • Visit different monasteries & a yak cheese factory


Upon your arrival at the Kathmandu Airport, you will be greeted by one of the representatives from Friendship World Trek and then escort to the designated hotel. You can then rest or stroll around the surrounding streets before we head to Boudhanath Stupa. It is the biggest stupa built in Chaitya/Stupa style in the country which represents Tibetan & Local Nepalese Buddhism. It is one of the most loved destinations by both international and local visitors for its peaceful aura and religious significance.

Then we will drive to Pashupatinath Temple which is just a 15-minute drive from the stupa to join the aarti ceremony that takes place every evening. Pashupatinath is one of the most significant Hindu sites in the world which is devoted to Lord Shiva. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the main temple but can explore the surroundings. You can also witness the open cremation ceremony on the bank of the Bagmati River opposite the aarti ceremony.

After exploring these two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, we will return to Thamel and stroll around the streets and get a glimpse of the area.

Note:These visits are only possible if your arrival is before the afternoon.

Meals: Welcome Dinner

Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM

After your breakfast, we will begin the full-day Kathmandu exploration. We will explore the remaining world heritage sites other than those that were visited on the previous day (if). If not, we will explore those landmarks and others such as Swayambhunath Temple which is widely famous as the monkey temple because the number of monkeys you see here could be your first time seeing this amount of these creatures. The temple has a history interrelated to the birth of the Kathmandu valley. The top of the hill where the white dome of Swoyambhu is located offers fantastic views of the valley and surrounding mountains.

We will then visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square and explore the surroundings. Bhaktapur is an ancient Newari town that is also called 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.

Then we will drive to Patan and explore Patan Durbar Square. It is also an ancient Newari town known for its arts and architecture. The ancient houses and the complexes, buildings, temples, and statues in the durbar square really show wonderful craftsmanship. Pottery is also famous here. Krishna Mandir, Patan Museum, etc. are the most notable sites here.

Later in the afternoon, we leave Patan and drive back to Kathmandu and explore the Kathmandu Durbar Square. Once a royal palace 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 the freak street, the hub of hippies in the 90s. Then, we will take a walk to Newroad market, Indrahowk market, Ason market, and finally enter the Thamel market.

Later this day, we will have a short briefing session regarding this Langtang Valley Trek journey and you might buy your personal gear on the Thamel market.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Standard Hotel in KTM

Welcome to the land of the Himalayas, Nepal. Our first day of the Langtang valley Trek starts with an early drive for the seven-hour drive to our starting point at the foot of the Langtang Valley: Syabrubeshi.

After leaving the busy city behind, we will make our way through gorgeous rural landscapes, towns, forests, and farm fields. The route takes about 7-8 hours, so make sure you’re relaxed before going on this road trip. We will end the day in the little village of Syabrubeshi, where you will spend the night before starting the journey the next morning.

Jeep7-8 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude1,450m/4,757 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The trek kicks off by crossing the Bhote Koshi River and then the Gopcha River. You’ll walk parallel to the Gopcha River, encountering terraced fields initially. The trail then takes you through an incline in a forested area. After crossing the Langtang River, the journey continues with a climb until you reach Lama Hotel, where you’ll spend the night.

Walking5-6 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude2,480m/8,136 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Today we continue our day after having breakfast at Lama Hotel. Our Langtang valley Trek continues ascending from Lama Hotel enjoying the mountain land along with the natural beauty of the Langtang region. Then we reach the green meadows of Ghore Tabela.

This day involves climbing through a forested trail with occasional views of the Langtang mountain ranges. Passing through Ghora Tabela and the Nepal Army camp, you’ll cross permanent settlements where herders bring their yaks to graze. The day concludes in Langtang Village, a once-bustling town that has recovered from the earthquake, showcasing normalcy in the region.

Walking6-7 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude3,541m/11,617 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

After breakfast, we will start our journey following the gradual uphill trial through small villages and yak meadows. Then we trek through Mundu village and cross several small streams and rubbles and reach the settlement at Kyanjin Gompa, the oldest Buddhist monastery in the Langtang valley.

We pass by water mills, prayer flags, and chortens, with sacred mounds of rocks with inscriptions carved on them.  We also pass by the largest mani wall in Nepal, made from stone with prayers written on them.

After the short trek from Langtang village, we spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the Buddhist shrine in Kyanjin Gompa and surrounding areas with amazing views of the mountains.

Walking5-6 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude3,900m/12,795 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Rest day at Kyanjin Gompa to acclimatize to the altitude (3800 meters). Explore the village, interact with locals, and gain insights into their lifestyle and culture. Optionally, ascend towards Tserko Ri, the highest point in the Langtang region accessible to trekkers, offering a breathtaking 360-degree view. After taking in the breathtaking views, return to Kyanjin Gompa at night and a well-deserved dinner.

Walking4-5 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude5,184 m/17,008 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Our day begins with the breakfast at teahouse. Today we gently descend towards the Lama Hotel following the Lang River bank.

Most of the trekking today will be downhill as we pass through Rhododendron and oak forests and beautiful Tamang villages. Enjoy the different views of the Himalayas we slowly back to Lama Hotel for our night.

Walking6-7 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude2,480m/8,136 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

The final day of the Langtang valley trek involves descending through lush green forests, open fields, and pasture lands.

This is the final day of the trek, and there are options!  Two routes take us back to Syabrubesi.  We can either retrace our outbound route through the forest and the villages of Bamboo and Rimche, reaching Syabrubesi in about 6 hours or take a shorter but steeper route with stunning views of the Langtang Valley.

The second route goes via Rimche and Sherpa Gaun. You can decide which route to take depending on the weather and stamina level.

Walking4-5 hrs.


MealsB L D

Altitude1,450m/4,757 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Today is the last day of your trip to Langtang valley trek in Nepal. Our day begins with an early morning breakfast and takes a scenic driver toward the capital city Kathmandu. The road takes an enormous route and descends towards the Kathmandu valley.

In the evening you may visit the famous market of Thamel for souvenir shopping, herbal massage and other places of interest.

Jeep7-8 hrs.
MealsB L D
Altitude1,320 m/4,330 ft.

Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

This is how our amazing Langtang Valley Trek ends. Today after breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport 3 hours prior to your scheduled flight. If you have some leisure time before your flight, you can make the last Thamel stroll and buy get some souvenirs to take back home.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • All Ground transfers as per Itinerary
  • English-speaking Trekking Guide and required number of Porters as per group Size
  • Heritage/Monuments Entrance Fees as per Given in the Itinerary
  • Welcome/Farewell Dinner
  • Transportation throughout the trek.
  • Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu as per itinerary
  • Daily Breakfast at Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Twin/Double Sharing Accommodations at 3* Standard Category  Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Best available Lodge  (Tea House) accommodation and full board meals throughout the trek.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and  Dinner, included chosen from lodge menu and twin share accommodation during the trek.
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 people) and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance for all staff
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System (Please bring 3 passport-size photos for permit)
  • Langtang national park entry permit fee.
  • Warm Down jacket and four seasonal sleeping bags will be provided during the Gosaikunda Helambu trekking If necessary ( down jacket and sleeping bag are to be  returned after the trip )
  • Friendship World Treks Duffel bag and T-shirt, Trek Map
  • First Aid kits for the staff and the groups.
  • Services coordination for emergency and rescue operations
  • Government taxes & office service charges.
  • Achievement Certificate

Price Excludes

  • Meals – Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa charge fee.
  • All beverage and others personal expenses.
  • Snacks and other personal expenses
  • Hot shower during the trek.
  • Tipping/Gratitudes
  • Personal Trekking Clothing/Gears
  • Expenses that are caused by unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, natural disasters, political issues, personal illness, etc.
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the Includes section

Gears And Equipment


Difficulty Level of Langtang Valley Trek 

Langtang Valley Trek is a moderate trekking journey that requires 6-7 hours of average walks per day for 8-9 days. This trekking does not require any previous experience and any age can complete the journey successfully if they are physically and mentally prepared.

This 11 Days Langtang Valley Trek is easier than Nepal’s other well-known treks, such as the Annapurna Circuit Trek, Manaslu Trek, or EBC Trek. There are no complicated trails and the trail only includes hiking uphills and downhills along a tough trail across narrow and high mountains. There are numerous teahouses and lodges along the trail, providing easy access to lodging and food. This hike necessitates ordinary physical fitness and a desire to see new locations. It is critical to exercise consistently prior to your expedition to make it easier. You can also go for a day hike that includes some uphill and downhill climbing. It will prepare you for the trekking trail’s varied course.

The most common challenge that trekkers confront during a high-altitude journey is altitude sickness. It can happen to anyone, regardless of their age or physical condition. Despite the fact that the Langtang trip does not reach the same severe altitude as the Everest climb, altitude sickness can still occur. If you notice any of the symptoms such as a headache, Nausea, vomiting, Shortness of breath, Dizziness, Loss of appetite, Heart rate increment, Difficulty in sleeping, etc., you are suggested to inform your group and guide them immediately.

Unpredictable weather and temperature conditions add to the difficulty of the Langtang Trek. The weather and climate in the Langtang region change with the seasons. You are recommended to learn about the destination’s weather conditions before your journey so that you can get the best experience.

However, the mountainous region is not always predictable and you might face sudden challenges despite good preparations.

Route for Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang valley treks begin with the scenic drive from the capital city Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi. Our trek begins from the lower region of Langtang valley through small villages, farmlands, and dense forests of Rhododendron and oak towards the Lama Hotel.

Then our trail leads further upwards to the Ghore Tabela which is famous for the beautiful traditional and ethnic village of Tamang. Continuing our trek towards Langtang Village to reach the beautiful village of Tamang people named Kyanjin Gompa. It is also famous for its historical and old Buddhist monastery with many praying flags and daily praying monks.

Then we climb over Tserko-Ri (5,184m) for the spectacular paranormal view of Langtang ranges along with other mighty peaks. We also visit a traditional yak cheese factory, where yak cheeses are manufactured by hand. Then we descend downwards to Lama Hotel and back to Syabrubeshi. Then again we take a scenic drive from Syabrubeshi to reach the Kathmandu valley.

Friendship World Trek operates the best package to Langtang valley trek to all types of trekkers around the world as this trek is best suited for children and family trekkers. We handle Langtang treks providing you best quality services along with experienced trekking guides to have a successful trip and memorable moments in the land of the Himalayas.

We will be flexible with the itinerary and can adjust many more details as per your requirements, budget, and time frames.

Best time to trek Langtang

The best time to trek in the Langtang region is autumn (September, October,November and December) and spring (March, April, and May). Many domestic and international tourists visit Langtang around this season for trekking. This is the peak season when a significant number of travelers arrive to trek through this region. Also, the air has its freshness and the views of the mountains are superb under the blue sky without any doubt in this season. The lovely views are complemented by the pleasant weather. You will get a great view of the Himalayas, exotic landscapes, lush forests, and amazing scenery.

Langtang trek in Autumn:

Autumn season is the best time for trekking in the Langtang region of Nepal. From September the weather remains stable and calm so you can find travelers everywhere in the Himalayan regions. This period is popular due to its steady weather and moderate temperatures. The beautiful landscape is complemented by the pleasant weather. Although it is cold in the morning and evening, the temperature varies from 10 °C to 15 ° C (50 °F to 59 ° F) during the day. In such comfortable temperatures and stable conditions, you will capture the most delightful hiking moments. Since the rainfall is minimal during this time, you will enjoy the best views of the magnificent lowlands and Himalayas.

During these seasons, the thick fog that surrounds the peaks will become less noticeable. Trekking throughout this season offers you the chance to wander under the beautiful blue sky, take in the fresh air, and enjoy great mountain sights. Generally, at this season you’ll mostly find full hotels and teahouses and it will be difficult to find accommodation in this area.

Langtang Trek in Spring:

The spring season is the second most popular time to stroll across Langtang Valley. Those three months are ideal for finishing the Langtang Trek. Whilst, this season’s long and warm days will suit you perfectly. The route is charming at this time of year. Rhododendron blooms cover the trees, lending them a rich appearance.  Especially, this is an ideal time for Langtang trekking thanks to the clear skies, majestic Himalayas, peaceful Langtang valley, and pleasant temperatures.

Since there is cozy sun and pleasant mountain breezes at high elevations, the hike becomes less strenuous. The temperature is practically pleasant, and the views of Langtang II and Langtang Lirung are spectacular. In the Spring, the daily average temperature in the Langtang area ranges from 10°C to 20°C. It’s a wonderful feeling to walk in the sunshine as gentle mountain winds stroke your skin. This season will witness the appearance of fresh buds, flowers, and leaflets. The Langtang spring trek offers a refreshing trip through beautiful woodlands to catch a great view of the Himalayas without bothering about rain or snow.

Altitude sickness on Langtang Valley Trek

Unlike other high-altitude treks, Langtang Trek is a moderately difficult trek. This trek is less likely to get severe altitude sickness. If proper acclimatization measures are not taken, you can face some acute altitude sickness as you venture into the higher altitude points of the trek.

Every day, we will ascend between 500 and 1000 meters in altitude. The possibility of experiencing altitude sickness significantly increases above 5000 meters above sea level. The oxygen level decreases to half, making breathing difficult. You may have symptoms such as headache, nausea, vomiting, breathing difficulties, and dizziness in such conditions.

You should emotionally and physically prepare yourself before your trip. Your own lack of mental and physical preparation could be an obstacle to the Langtang Valley Trek. The main challenge emerges when you bring too much gear, making it hard to carry on the journey.

Food, Accommodation, and Transportation

During the Langtang Valley Trek, trekkers can expect a diverse experience in terms of food and accommodation. Local teahouses along the trail offer a variety of meals, blending traditional Nepali dishes with some Western options. Meals typically include dal bhat (rice and lentils), momos (dumplings), noodle soups, and a range of hot beverages.

Accommodation along the Langtang Valley Trek primarily consists of cozy teahouses. These teahouses provide a warm and communal atmosphere, offering basic yet comfortable amenities such as beds with blankets. While the accommodations may be more rustic than luxury, they contribute to the authentic trekking experience. This allows you to connect with fellow hikers and share stories around communal dining areas. The teahouses are strategically located at intervals along the trail, providing convenient resting points for trekkers to recharge.

Transportation during the Langtang Valley Trek involves a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi, the starting point of the trek. The journey is an integral part of the overall experience, showcasing the diverse landscapes of Nepal, from the bustling city to rural villages and winding mountain roads. The roads are tarred, and a few other parts are gravel, so you can expect a bumpy ride on this trip. There are three ways of getting to Syabrubeshi: via local busjeep, or private vehicle.

Langtang Valley Solo vs Group Trek

Choosing between a solo trek and a group trek in the Langtang Valley depends on personal preferences, experience, and the type of adventure one seeks.

Langtang Valley Solo Trek

Solo trek in Langtang Valley has the freedom to set its own pace. You can modify the itinerary and explore side trails freely. For those seeking peace and self-reflection, a solo trek provides an opportunity to connect with nature deeply. They can make decisions on when to start and stop.

But, safety can be a concern when you are in unknown and remote areas. If you suffer from sudden accidents or altitude sickness, then you will not find immediate help in case of an emergency. Also, solo trekkers need to be well-prepared for any challenges they may encounter. Organizing permits, accommodations, and transportation can be more challenging for solo trekkers.

Langtang Valley Group Trek

Traveling in a group enhances safety, particularly in the case of emergencies. Group members can support each other, share resources, and provide assistance if needed. Organizing permits, accommodations, and transportation is often more straightforward in a group.

Group discounts may be available, making the overall cost more economical. Group treks provide an opportunity for social interaction, fostering camaraderie among participants. Sharing the experience with others can enhance the overall enjoyment of the trek.

The choice between a solo and group trek in the Langtang Valley depends on individual preferences. Solo treks offer unparalleled freedom and solitude, while guided treks provide safety, logistical ease, and a social experience. Trekkers should weigh these factors and choose the option that aligns with their goals for the trek.

Internet and charging facilities

In the Langtang Valley Trek, especially in the lower elevations, you can expect limited access to the internet and charging facilities. As you ascend into more remote areas, the availability of these amenities decreases. In the initial stages of the trek, in towns like Syabrubeshi and Lama Hotel, you may find some teahouses or lodges with basic internet access. However, the speed and reliability may vary, and you might need to pay a fee for usage. As you ascend, the availability of internet access decreases. In Langtang Village, you might find limited connectivity. The internet speed may be slow.

Charging facilities for electronic devices are generally available in lower elevations. Teahouses and lodges usually have charging stations where you can plug in your devices. As you ascend higher, the charging facilities may become scarcer. Some teahouses may have limited charging options. It’s recommended to bring a portable power bank to ensure you have a backup power source.

Required Permits for the Langtang Valley Trek

A trekking permit is required for the Langtang Valley Trek. In Nepal, trekking permits are essential to regulate and monitor trekking activities, ensure the safety of trekkers, and contribute to the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the trekking regions. For the Langtang Valley Trek, you will need the following permits:

TIMS card

The TIMS card is a mandatory permit for all trekkers in Nepal. It helps in tracking trekkers and providing necessary information for their safety. There are two types of TIMS cards: Green for individual trekkers and Blue for organized trekkers (those trekking with a guide or agency). You can obtain the TIMS card through the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) or its authorized agents.

Langtang national park

The Langtang National Park Entry Permit is specific to the Langtang region and is required for trekking in this area. This permit contributes to the conservation of the national park and supports local communities. You can obtain the Langtang National Park Entry Permit at the park’s entrance or through the Nepal Tourism Board or its authorized agents.

Permit Checkpoints and required documents

You will be asked to get the permit at many checkpoints throughout the trekking. But the initial checkpoints to show your TIMS card and national park permit are now in Syabrubesi.

You will need an original passport, its photocopy, and two passport-sized photos for each permit. Also, carry your visa when you go to issue the permit.

Also, it’s best to consult with the local trekking agency in Nepal for further updated information. It is always safe to take a government-licensed trekking guide in a high-altitude trekking area. Insurance for the guide and other staff during the trek is compulsory.

Necessary Equipment

To undertake the Langtang Valley Trek, it’s crucial to be well-prepared with the right equipment to ensure a safe and comfortable journey through varying terrains and altitudes. Essential equipment for the Langtang Valley Trek includes sturdy trekking boots that provide ankle support and grip on uneven trails. A reliable backpack, preferably waterproof, is essential for carrying your essentials. Layered clothing to adapt to changing temperatures, including a waterproof jacket and thermal layers, is vital for comfort.

A quality sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures is necessary, as teahouse accommodations may vary in warmth. Other essentials include a durable trekking pole for stability on descents, a wide-brimmed hat or cap for sun protection, and sunglasses. A well-stocked first aid kit, including altitude sickness medication, is essential for unforeseen health issues. Additionally, a water purification system or water purification tablets are crucial for maintaining hydration.

A high-quality camera can capture stunning landscapes, and a portable power bank ensures your devices stay charged during the trek. It’s also advisable to carry snacks and energy bars to fuel your trek. Adequate preparation and having the right equipment contribute significantly to a successful and enjoyable Langtang Valley Trek.

Why trek with us?

You are choosing a partner who is committed to making every moment of your journey unforgettable when you decide to trek with us. Our crew consists of skilled and experienced guides who have extensive knowledge of the various terrains. They not only guarantee your safety while hiking but also offer insightful information about the way of life in the area.

We are experts in researched itineraries that balance adventure with comfort. This allows you to immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes. We prioritize responsible and sustainable trekking practices, respecting the environment and supporting local communities during the trek. We provide pre-trip information, assist with necessary permits, and offer flexibility in our itineraries. Choose us as your trekking companion, and let us transform your Himalayan dream into an adventure of a lifetime.

Trip customization

While the main Langtang Valley Trek itself is incredibly rewarding, there are opportunities for trip customization. You can add extra adventure and stunning views to your itinerary with additional trip customization during Langtang Valley Trek.

If you choose to extend your Langtang Valley Trek, our experienced team can seamlessly integrate into it. This extension takes you through culturally rich Tamang villages, providing an immersive experience of the unique traditions and lifestyles of the Tamang people. This trek offers a unique opportunity to explore the traditional Tamang villages, their customs, and the stunning Himalayan landscapes.

For those seeking a more challenging adventure, we can extend your trek to include the Gosainkunda region. The journey can further be extended into the Helambu region, known for its scenic landscapes and Sherpa culture. This high-altitude trek takes you to the sacred alpine lakes of Gosainkunda, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. This trek offers a diverse range of landscapes, cultures, and trekking experiences.

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map

Langtang Valley Trek Route Map


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