Langtang Trekking in Nepal takes you into a wonderful journey inside one of the discreet Himalaya regions of Nepal which caters all kinds of trekkers. The Langtang valley in Nepal shares borders with Tibet in the north; hence, the region is highly influenced by the lifestyle, culture, and tradition of its northern counterpart. It is home to Langtang National park and a popular pilgrimage site of Gosainkunda. Langtang Lirung (7,227m), Langtang Ri (7205m), and Yala Peak (5,50m) are few of the mountains located entirely inside the National Park and are also available for the grand audience during trekking in Langtang valley.
The 11-days Langtang Region trekking begins at Kathmandu. Followed by a full-day tour of Kathmandu valley, you’ll embark on a road journey towards Sybrubensi. The Langtang trekking itinerary begins at the small hill-town of Sybrubensi. The arduous trail slowly ascends through the hills and towards the mountains. You’ll pass through Lama Hotel and enter Langtang village. You’ll trek up to Kyanjin Gompa (3870m) and embark on a hike of the local peak of Kyanjin Ri (4773m) before descending. During the descent, you’ll retrace the same path back to Sybrubensi via Langtang village and Lama Hotel. The indigenous Tamang tribe is the major inhabitants of the region. You will get to witness the greater Tamang lifestyle with a flavour of Tibetan culture. The pristine Langtang National Park is home to much exotic wildlife including Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Thar, and Rhesus monkey, and the rare species of Red Panda and Snow Leopard. The best time for trekking in Langtang Valley is during the spring (March-June) and autumn (September-November) season.
Frolic Adventure has been specializing in treks around Nepal since the last two decades. We conduct all sorts of trekking to Langtang. You can choose from the private, couple, to group treks at a reasonable rate. Langtang region trekking cost covers entire transportation inside the country, three meals a day, an experienced guide, porter, permits, and other essential logistics.