Langtang Valley Trekking

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9 days 8 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 people



The Langtang Valley Trek, often described as “”the valley of glaciers,”” offers an intimate encounter with the Himalayas, accessible even to those with limited time.
This trek is not just a journey through pristine landscapes but a passage into the heart of Nepalese culture and the rugged beauty of the high mountains.
Perfect for hiking enthusiasts, fitness buffs, nature lovers, and families seeking adventure, the Langtang Valley Trek is an experience that transforms and transcends.

Trail, Geography, Flora and Fauna:
Winding through the enchanting Langtang National Park, the trail is a mosaic of lush forests, rugged terrain, and ethereal glaciers.
Geologically, it showcases a dynamic landscape shaped by centuries, from vast valleys to sky-touching peaks.
The region is steeped in history and mythology, home to the sacred Gosaikunda Lake and tales of the Yeti.
The 2015 earthquake profoundly affected the area, bringing a testament to resilience as communities rebuild and preserve their heritage.
The flora ranges from rhododendron forests to bamboo groves, while the fauna includes rare sights of red pandas and Himalayan tahrs.

Rated as moderate in difficulty, the Langtang Valley Trek is accessible to trekkers of varying fitness levels.
Challenges include altitude adjustment and traversing diverse terrains.
However, the true test is mental, pushing one’s limits amidst the majesty of nature.

Food and Accommodation:
The trek offers a range of accommodations, from cozy teahouses to comfortable lodges, ensuring a restful end to each day.
The food is a delicious fusion of Nepali and Tibetan cuisines, with menus featuring dal bhat, momos, and Tibetan bread, catering to all dietary needs.

Weather on Treks:
The best seasons for the Langtang Valley Trek are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).
These months offer clear skies, temperate weather, and the full bloom of nature’s beauty, making for an ideal trekking experience.

Tips for Safety and Precaution:
Safety is paramount. Trekkers are advised to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and heed the guidance of their experienced guides.
Awareness of altitude sickness symptoms and maintaining a steady pace are crucial.
Landslides can be a risk, particularly in areas affected by the earthquake and during the monsoon season.
It’s vital to be vigilant, follow local advice, and be prepared for alternative routes as guided by your trek leaders.

Gears and Packing:
A comprehensive gear check is essential before embarking on the trek.
Our list includes warm clothing, sturdy boots, a sleeping bag, and personal items.
We provide a detailed checklist and assist in gear organization to ensure you’re fully prepared for the Himalayan environment.

Electricity and Internet:
Electricity and internet availability are limited as you ascend.
Solar power supports most teahouses, offering essential charging services.
Internet access varies, with some locations offering Wi-Fi for a fee.
It’s a chance to disconnect and immerse fully in the trekking experience.

Embarking on the Langtang Valley Trek is to step into a world where nature’s beauty, cultural richness, and personal achievement merge into one life-changing journey.
It’s an adventure that calls to the spirit of exploration, promising both challenges and rewards.
With the added dimension of its recent history and the resilience of its people, the trek is not just a physical journey but a voyage of understanding and connection.
Join us, and let the Himalayas reveal their secrets to you.


  • Summit Tserko Ri Peak: Challenge yourself with a trek to the peak at 4,980 meters for breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayas.
  • Relaxing Hot Springs in Syabrubesi: Optional relaxation in natural hot springs, a soothing end to the trekking experience.
  • Scenic Drive to Syabrubesi: A 7-hour drive offering a glimpse into Nepal’s diverse landscapes.
  • Sacred Sites and Mythology: Discover the sacred Gosaikunda Lake and hear tales of the Yeti amidst a landscape steeped in history and mythology.
  • Intimate Encounter with the Himalayas: Experience the beauty and ruggedness of the Langtang region, accessible to a wide range of trekkers.
  • Rich Nepalese Culture: Immerse yourself in the heart of local traditions and the resilient spirit of communities rebuilding after the 2015 earthquake.
  • Diverse Landscapes: Traverse lush forests, rugged terrain, and ethereal glaciers within the enchanting Langtang National Park.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m)

Time: As per your ticket Distance: N/A Altitude: 1,400 meters Welcome to the heart of Nepal, Kathmandu – a city where the whispers of the past coexist with the hustle of modern life. Your journey into the extraordinary starts here, at an elevation of 1,400 meters, cradled by the majestic Himalayas. Upon your arrival, a warm greeting awaits from one of our experienced guides, ensuring a seamless transition from the moment you land to your comfortable accommodation. This day is yours to relax and immerse yourself in the anticipation of the adventure that lies ahead.

Day 2: Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, Walk to Tiwari (1,550m)

Time: 7 hours drive, 1 hour walk Distance: 122km drive, 3km walk Altitude: 1,550 meters Embark on a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, a journey that unfolds the diverse tapestry of Nepal’s landscape, from bustling towns to serene valleys. After approximately 7 hours, you'll arrive in Syabrubesi, the threshold to the Langtang Valley. From here, a gentle 1-hour walk leads you to Tiwari, where the air is crisp and the horizon is lined with the promise of towering peaks. Your first night in the mountains will be in Tiwari, offering a peaceful rest under a blanket of stars.

Day 3: Tiwari to Lama Hotel (2,470m)

Time: 5-6 hours Distance: 11km Altitude: 2,470 meters Today's trek weaves through dense forests and alongside burbling streams, gradually ascending to the Lama Hotel. This leg of your journey brings you closer to the sky, at an altitude of 2,470 meters. It's a day filled with the sounds of nature, the sight of wildlife, and the soothing tranquility of the Langtang River. The Lama Hotel, nestled in a cozy clearing, offers a serene end to an invigorating day.

Day 4: Lama Hotel to Langtang Village (3,430m)

Time: 4-5 hours Distance: 14km Altitude: 3,430 meters As you ascend to Langtang Village, the trail presents the stark beauty of the mountains, framed by the changing landscape. At 3,430 meters, Langtang Village is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, thriving in the embrace of the Himalayas. This day is not just a journey through space, but also a step into the lives of the local Tamang people, whose culture and traditions add depth to your adventure.

Day 5: Langtang Village to Kyangjin Gompa, Acclimatization Hike (3,830m)

Time: 3-4 hours to Kyangjin, 2-3 hours hike Distance: 7km to Kyangjin, 5km hike Altitude: 3,830 meters; Acclimatization hike up to 4,300m Reaching Kyangjin Gompa is a milestone, nestled at 3,830 meters, it's a haven for trekkers. After lunch, an acclimatization hike takes you higher, offering panoramic views that etch into your memory. This day is about pushing limits gently, preparing for the heights to come, and savoring the serenity that comes from being so high above the world.

Day 6: Tserko Ri Peak (4,980m) and Return

Time: 6-7 hours Distance: 10km round trip Altitude: Peak at 4,980 meters The climb to Tserko Ri is both a challenge and a revelation. Standing at 4,980 meters, the peak offers an unobstructed view of the Langtang Lirung, and the spiritual uplift of being so close to the sky. This day is about achievement, reflection, and the pure joy of standing atop one of the world's most beautiful vantage points. Depending on your pace and preference, descend back to Kyangjin or Langtang Village to rest.

Day 7: Return to Lama Hotel (2,470m)

Time: 5-6 hours Distance: 21km Altitude: 2,470 meters Retracing your steps back to the Lama Hotel, the descent is a journey through time, reflecting on the experiences and transformations of the past days. The familiar sights of the trail are now imbued with the depth of your journey, each step a part of your story in the Langtang Valley.

Day 8: Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi, Optional Hot Spring Visit

Time: 5 hours Distance: 11km Altitude: 1,550 meters Descending to Syabrubesi, the landscapes transition from the alpine serenity back to the vibrant life of the valleys. An optional visit to the hot springs offers a soothing finale to the physical demands of the trek, allowing you to soak in the natural beauty of Nepal in the most literal sense.

Day 9: Return to Kathmandu (1,400m)

Time: 7 hours drive Distance: 122km Altitude: 1,400 meters The journey back to Kathmandu is a time of reflection, winding through the hills and valleys that have been the backdrop to your adventure. Returning to the capital, you're now not just a visitor but someone who has lived the breath of the Himalayas.

Day 10: Departure from Kathmandu

Time: As per your flight Distance: N/A Altitude: 1,400 meters Your adventure in Nepal may be concluding, but the journey you've embarked upon is just beginning. With memories etched into your heart and the call of the mountains in your soul, departure is merely a promise to return.

  • Kathmandu - Syabru - Kathmandu bensi delux bus
  • 2 Night twin-sharing/double accommodation, including breakfast (Private room accommodation can be organized at an extra cost),
  • All the necessary permits and taxes
  • Twin-sharing teahouse accommodation during the treks
  • All your standard meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner), including one hot drink and seasonal fruits.
  • One duffle bag, Sleeping bag, down jacket to be returned after the trek.
  • Strong porters during the trek for carrying luggage (1 porter for every two clients ie: 10kg each )
  • Experienced, first-aid trained, government licensed, English-speaking Travel Makers South Asia's trekking guide.
  • Insurance for food and accommodation for staff.
  • Half day sightseeing in Kathmandu, with a car/van with a certified tour guide.
  • An executive farewell dinner on the last night in Nepal.
  • All administrative expenses and government taxes.
  • Trek completion certificate and map.
  • Lunch and dinner in kathmandu.
  • Any beverages inc. water.
  • Insurance and international flights.
  • Tips for your staff.
  • Gas showers, wifi and charging at high places.

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