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Langtang Valley Trek

from $850.00

We offer the chance to experience a great trek which takes only one week. Introducing the Lantang Valley Trek! The trek is suitable for most people from school groups to corporate people. If you are thinking of taking on a bigger trek in the future, this is a perfect introduction. This trek will get you familiar with the Langtang valley and the beauty within it. There are also great views of the Langtang mountains within the Langtang Valley Trek.

The Langtang Valley Trek starts from Kathmandu with a drive to Syabrubesi. This is closest mountain range to Kathmandu with a distance of 35 km to Kathmandu valley. From Syabrubesi, the trek into the Langtang Valley passes many quaint villages. Walking through terraces and into pristine forests of rhododendrons, pines and bamboo. This area is home to rare Red Pandas, you might get lucky and see one! The trek passes many traditional Tamang community villages. We will reach Kyanjin Gompa where we truly reach the Langtang Valley. The opportunity to explore the culture is everywhere as many Buddhist walls and flags are on the route.

During the trek, we are blessed with panoramic views of Ganesh Himal (7,405 m), Langtang Lirung (7,234 m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m), Ghengu Liru or Langtang II (6,571 m), Kimshun (6,745 m) and Shalbachum (6,918 m). Towards the south we get views of Naya-Kanga’s (5,846 m) beautiful Fluted Peak with Jugal Himal, and Dorje Lakpa (6,980 m). To the east we see the upper meadows of the Langtang valley. Here you can see a massive mountain wall. This wall indicates the border between Nepal and Tibet.

Whilst enjoying all this scenery, we return back to where we started at Syabrubesi. From here we drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the fact that we finished the Langtang Valley Trek. This whole trek takes one week to complete. We will handle everything and ensure it is a spectacular and memorable experience!

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All about the Langtang Valley Trek.

We offer the chance to experience a great trek which takes only one week. Introducing the Lantang Valley Trek! The trek is suitable for most people from school groups to corporate people. If you are thinking of taking on a bigger trek in the future, this is a perfect introduction. This trek will get you familiar with the Langtang valley and the beauty within it. There are also great views of the Langtang mountains within the Langtang Valley Trek.

The Langtang Valley Trek starts from Kathmandu with a drive to Syabrubesi. This is closest mountain range to Kathmandu with a distance of 35 km to Kathmandu valley. From Syabrubesi, the trek into the Langtang Valley passes many quaint villages. Walking through terraces and into pristine forests of rhododendrons, pines and bamboo. This area is home to rare Red Pandas, you might get lucky and see one! The trek passes many traditional Tamang community villages. We will reach Kyanjin Gompa where we truly reach the Langtang Valley. The opportunity to explore the culture is everywhere as many Buddhist walls and flags are on the route.

During the trek, we are blessed with panoramic views of Ganesh Himal (7,405 m), Langtang Lirung (7,234 m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m), Ghengu Liru or Langtang II (6,571 m), Kimshun (6,745 m) and Shalbachum (6,918 m). Towards the south we get views of Naya-Kanga’s (5,846 m) beautiful Fluted Peak with Jugal Himal, and Dorje Lakpa (6,980 m). To the east we see the upper meadows of the Langtang valley. Here you can see a massive mountain wall. This wall indicates the border between Nepal and Tibet.

Whilst enjoying all this scenery, we return back to where we started at Syabrubesi. From here we drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the fact that we finished the Langtang Valley Trek. This whole trek takes one week to complete. We will handle everything and ensure it is a spectacular and memorable experience!

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

Some things to consider when booking this tour with us.

  • Meals including breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the time trekking
  • All accommodation including tea houses en route
  • Permits, accommodation, transport to trek are included
  • A porter service enables you to deposit items into a large bag. This bag is then carried around the trek by our staff leaving you with a comfortable small rucksack. These large bags will be available at the end of each day
  • Tour and trekking guide for entire journey
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Unfortunately we can’t cover everything, these are some of the things you will need to look at yourselves.

  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees for Nepal
  • Snacks outside of the main meals
  • Alcohol during mealtimes
  • Any customary extras which you would like to add to the itinerary
  1. Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

    Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our staff will be there to greet you and assist you with a transfer to the hotel. We will go for a welcoming dinner and talk about the upcoming trip.

  2. Day 2 Drive to Syabrubesi (1,460m)

    The next day we drive to Rasuwa district in the Langtang region. We use a private 4×4 vehicle for the journey. This drive leads us up into the high hills. Views of Himalayan peaks and rolling green hills can be seen from the vehicle. The journey passes through many farm villages and towns. The final destination is a Tamang community village called Syabrubesi. It is where our Langtang Valley Trek adventure begins!

  3. Day 3 Trek to Lama Hotel (2,350m)

    The first full day of the trek leads us over a bridge crossing the Langtang Khola (river). The trail climbs uphill through scattered farm villages and terraces. We walk in the cool shade of a forest at the side of the river. After lunch, we continue climbing through beautiful forests of pines and bamboo trees. This area is famous for rare and elusive Red Pandas with a lot of other wildlife. If you are lucky, you may just see some! We finish the day at the Lama Hotel.

  4. Day 4 Trek to Langtang Village (3,307m) via Ghoretabela

    Waking up early, we continue the trek. The path climbs higher into a river gorge. There is a lovely woodland setting of tall pine trees. Following the river upstream, we pass a few houses and cattle herder’s shelters. Our lunch stop is at Ghoretabela. It is a nice spot with a beautiful forest surrounding. From here it is a further 3 hours of beautiful trekking in forested areas before we reach the destination. Here we can relax and get ready for another day of climbing tomorrow!

  5. Day 5 Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3,749m)

    After a good night sleep, we continue our walk to Kyanjin Gompa. We head continuously uphill. We pass through a deep gorge which opens up into a wide beautiful valley. There are amazing views of snow capped mountains surrounding the whole Langtang valley. We encounter several prayer or mani walls on the way before reaching Kyanjin Gomba. This lovely valley is surrounded by an array of peaks with the Langtang Lirung glacier. You can also see the cheese processing factory which was established around 35 years ago. It was established with the help and support of Switzerland.

  6. Day 6 Rest day at Kyanjin for acclimatization and hikes

    Today is a day to acclimatize to the high altitude but that doesn’t mean that there is no walking! There are many short walks over 4,000m in altitude from this location. Our plan is to head upwards to the top of the valley. From the top we get better panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The major peaks include Ghengu Liru (Langtang II 6571 m), Langtang Lirung (7,425 m) Kimshun (6,745 m) and Shalbachum (6,918 m) to the south. The Chimsedang Lekh forms a ridge of peaks include Naya-Kanga 5,846 m and Gangchempo, Tilman’s beautiful Fluted Peak. With the sightseeing finished, we head back to Kyanjin Gomba to spend the night

  7. Day 7 Trek back to Lama Hotel (2,350m)

    Today we catch more views of our wonderful surroundings. We will return to the Lama Hotel down the same path that we came. The walk is relatively simple after the time at altitude. Mainly descending and familiar with the tracks, we will reach the Lama Hotel where we spend the night.

  8. Day 8 Trek to Syabrubesi

    Today is the last day trekking. We head back to Syabrubesi where we started the trek. Today we say goodbye to the fabulous valley and this spectacular trek. The day is spent trekking mainly downhill before reaching a bridge over Bhote-Kosi (Upper Trisuli River) and crossing over the river. From the bridge it is a pleasant walk to reach Syabrubesi village.

  9. Day 9 Drive back to Kathmandu

    Having finished the scenic trail of the Langtang Valley Trek we drive back to Kathmandu. It will take us about 6 to 7 hours to reach Kathmandu. Reaching Kathmandu we transfer to a hotel and give you some time to do any last minute shopping. At night we celebrate with a farewell dinner with the whole team.

  10. Day 10 Depart Kathmandu for Home

    Now it’s time to say good bye to Kathmandu. Your journey in Nepal comes to an end today. We arrange the transfer to the airport for your returning flight. We wish you a safe flight and will see you in Nepal for your next adventure!

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Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

We will take care of you during your time in Nepal. We work with reputable hotels, tea houses and lodges from the moment you arrive in Kathmandu throughout the whole trip. Providing breakfast and the amenities that you come to expect, we want to make sure that you are as comfortable as possible during your time in Nepal with us.
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These are all included as part of the tour price. There is no additional costs to pay here so you are safe in the knowledge of when you step off the plane at Kathmandu airport, you will have somewhere booked for you to stay that evening.

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All teahouses and lodgings have a special unique character and you can be assured that we choose the best ones based on price, quality and types of meal. A decent night of sleep and good food is important for people undertaking a trekking adventure and goes a long way to reaching the goal of completing the Langtang Valley Trek!

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
Most things to keep you comfortableLet us do the work so you can enjoy the adventure

Some things to consider when booking this tour with us.

  • Meals including breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the time trekking
  • All accommodation including tea houses en route
  • Permits, accommodation, transport to the trek is included
  • A porter service enables you to deposit items into a large bag. This bag is then carried around the trek by our staff leaving you with a comfortable small rucksack. These large bags will be available at the end of each day
  • Tour and trekking guide for entire journey
Things to considerBe prepared

Unfortunately we can’t cover everything, these are some of the things you will need to look at yourselves.

  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees for Nepal
  • Snacks outside of the main meals
  • Alcohol during mealtimes
  • Any customary extras which you would like to add to the itinerary

We would recommend bringing a solid walking boots. The terrain can be a mix of stone steps, dirt paths and gravel. It is useful to be able to walk comfortably and the added support of walking boots can help to save your ankles some discomfort on the numerous uphill and downhill sections.

It is also worth noting that it is wise to bring a second pair of footwear to wear during the evenings. There is nothing better than being able to take walking boots off after a hard day and slip your feet into something more comfortable.

Alcohol is available for purchase at meal times. We wouldn’t recommend it on some of the days where we have a high gain in altitude. Alcohol also isn’t part of the trekking fee. If you wish to buy alcohol, you will have to purchase this yourself. We will cover all meals whilst on the trek.

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