Since 1998

Langtang Valley Trek

11 Days

Main Highlights:

‘an enjoyable walks around beautiful Langtang valley with exciting views’ “Constant views of beautiful scenery of amazing landscapes and snow capped peaks Lovely walks within serene cool forest of tall rhododendron, magnolia and pine trees Explore around rural farm villages of interesting cultures of age-old Buddhist heritage Marvelous panorama from high green valley of Langtang surrounded by high mountains”

At a Glance




Hotels and Local lodge

Trip Difficulty


Max Altitude


Max People



11 Days


Tour and Trek


Breakfast and Lunch


Private Car

Kathmandu – Syabrubesi- Langtang Valley

Brief trip Profile:

  • Hotels in Kathmandu with local lodge on treks.
  • Moderate with Ups and Downhill walks.
  • 3,795 m high at Kyanjin within Langtang Valley.
  • Minimum 4 hrs with Maximum of 6 hrs sometimes
  • Guided tour, overland journey and scenic trekking.
  • 07 Nights and 08 Days (with drive both ways)
  • 10 Nights and 11 Days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)

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Cost Includes:

  • Government licensed experienced English-speaking local trekking guide.
  • An assistant guide as per the group size
  • Porters to carry your main pack
  • All meals: Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners during the trek.
  • Tea, coffee, cookies and fresh fruits during the trek.
  • All local ground transportations to and from trekking.
  • Food, accommodation, salary and insurance of your guide and porters.
  • Sharing trekking lodge accommodation during the trek.
  • All necessary trekking permits for Langtang trekking.

Cost Excludes:

  • Transfers, accommodation and meals in Kathmandu.
  • Guided sightseeing and monuments fees in Kathmandu.
  • Hard drinks, beverages such as coke, fanta, mineral water
  • Hot shower and hot water, laundry and toiletries.
  • Personal travel insurance, internet, phone calls
  • Rescue operation charge in case of emergency.
  • Gratitude and tips for your guide and porter.


On arrival at Nepal international airport in Kathmandu, where Professional Trekking Guide staff receives with warm welcome and then transfer to your hotel in the hub of Kathmandu.
On checking your rooms getting refreshed then join in at hotel foyer / lobby meeting with other members of the trek, where our guide will brief you with information of Langtang Valley Trekking.
Evening group welcome dinner in a nice Nepalese environment restaurant with native folk culture programs along with the dinner.

A free day in Kathmandu you can enjoy at leisure as well preparation for the trek, on this day interested people can join in our exciting guided sightseeing tour for half or full day tour at places of great interest around World Heritage Sites.

Morning drive takes you to high areas straight north around Central Himalaya within Langtang Himal at Rasuwa district, drive leads through rural farm villages and towns to reach at Dhunche a major town and headquarter of Rasuwa district, where Langtang National Park entrance located, our ride continues further downhill on zig-zag winding road to reach at Syabrubesi village for first overnight within Langtang Himal.

Enjoying first night around mountainous and high hills, morning walk starts to cross a bridge over Bhote Kosi River that flows from Langtang Himal and Tibet and then climb to a ridge heading past farm villages and into a serene cool forest to reach at Lama Hotel.
Lama Hotel located within midst of alpine woodland in a small clearing, where a native named Lama first established a small Tea-House and lodge for trekkers and trekking staff, since then the name intact till present.

Morning from tranquil forest surrounding walk leads up into dense forest of rhododendron, pines with some bamboo stalks, which makes a perfect habitat for rare endangered Red Panda and other wild-life often spotted on walks.
As walk progress walking by the raging Langtang Khola (stream) to reach a nice place at Ghode Tabela (means horse stable, where in early days horses known as Tibetan ponies grazed around).
Here with refreshing break and then follow the route into forest for some hours to reach at a large clearing where Langtang village located, used to be much bigger, before 2015 huge earthquake shook this place and other parts of the country.
At Langtang village for overnight stop where some houses are still under construction to serve as lodge.

Today walk leads to our main goal and highlight at Kyanjin, a large settlement located within scenic Langtang Valley enclosed by series of high peaks of Langtang Himal range.
From Langtang village after exploring Tamang people interesting culture and traditional farm life with Buddhism religion, walk leads to short hour with climb to enter into a vast valley of Langtang where Kyanjin settlement situated.
At Kyanjin enjoy incredible views of high snow capped peaks and explore its nice scenic surroundings, the valley of Langtang also a grazing fields for Yaks and other cattle’s.

A rest and free day to enjoy extra walks and hike to top Kyanjin Ri or Tshergo-Ri at an altitude above 4,773 m to 4,984 m high, the highest point of the adventure with grand panorama of Langtang Himal with peaks of Tibet just across the border beyond Langtang mountains.

Enjoying marvelous time around Langtang valley in the comfort of nice local lodge, where morning walk takes downhill back into dense tree lines to reach at Lama Hotel for overnight stop.

Last day of the walk and around high scenic hills of Langtang Himal, morning downhill to a river and then on good short path to reach back at Syabrubesi village for final last night within high Central Himalaya and Rasuwa area.

Morning depart from lovely areas of Langtang Himal for exciting drive to reach back at Kathmandu where ride follows on same interesting road to Kathmandu and then back at your hotels with afternoon free to enjoy personal and individual activities and shopping.

Last day in the country of high Himalayan mountains enriched with colorful culture, after a memorable time and experience on Langtang Valley trekking, as per your time for your international flight our staff and guide transfer you to airport for flight homeward bound or to your next port of call.

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Trip Detail:

Best Seasons for Langtang Valley Trekking:

Like all Nepal Himalayan areas which is almost the same for Langtang Valley trekking from March to May with September to early December months of the year, except wet monsoon months of mid June to mid September when days are cloudy that obstructs views of mountains.

But very green with lush vegetations (not recommended during monsoon wet months unless for botanical people to study flora and fauna)

Best time from March to May when most of day is clear for views and pleasant walks with moderate temperatures, with longer sunlight hours where wild flowers are in blooming times, especially rhododendron of various species from trees to bush of different colored flowers (national flower of Nepal the rhododendron), March to May late afternoon can get cloudy with chances of rain and snow in higher altitude.

September to December around autumn /fall and pre winter best times with clear blue sky and sunny days (for short while from morning to mid day) can be cold and freezing during morning and night times above 1,800 m high.

Sunlight hours are short during autumn and winter seasons but most of the morning till late afternoon are clear for views and pleasant walks.

People and Culture:

High Langtang Valley populated by Tamang people the ethnic hill tribes of Northern Central and Langtang Himalaya follows Buddhism religion similar culture as Tibetans with colorful impressive custom and traditions.


Langtang Valley Trekking short and the best within a week time frame an enjoyable walks to high and beautiful country of North Central Himalaya range within Langtang Himal around the district of Rasuwa, the home of indigenous Tamang tribe the hill people of high Himalaya.

Langtang valley trekking a perfect holiday for travelers with short and limited duration where adventure leads you to moderate walks with ups and downhill with ever present views of high snow capped mountains in close harmony of traditional farm villages adorned with colorful culture of Buddhism religion and witness its interesting custom.

Starts with long and exciting overland journey from Kathmandu heading due north, as Langtang Himal the closest mountain range from the capital city of Kathmandu, as drive leads from low warmer area to cooler alpine hills where our adventure walks begins.

Walking higher trails past several farm villages and well tended terraces and entering cool lovely forest covered with tall rhododendron, magnolia, oaks, pines and firs includes stalks of bamboo which makes great habitat for rare and endangered Red Panda and other wild-life often seen on walks to Langtang valley.

As adventure progress on leaving dense tree lines reaching a wide scenic Kyanjin located with Langtang valley surrounded by high giant peaks of Langtang and Central Himalaya with free days at Kyanjin in the comfort of nice lodge with warm local hospitality.

At Kyanjin on the highest spot of the journey with time to explore around high scenic hill to catch more views of Langtang Himal range that includes some peaks of Tibet towards north direction.

After a great enjoyable time heading back on the same trail allowing you more to experience beautiful surroundings as route leads back at Syabrubesi village where exciting drive brings you back at Kathmandu to complete marvelous adventure on Langtang Valley Trekking.

FAQ's of Langtang Valley Trek

1. What is the Langtang Valley Trek?

The Langtang Valley Trek is a popular trekking route in Nepal that takes you through the stunning Langtang National Park, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas, including Langtang Lirung and other snow-capped peaks. It's a moderate trek known for its cultural richness, diverse landscapes, and close encounters with local Tamang and Tibetan communities.

2. How long does the Langtang Valley Trek take?

The Langtang Valley Trek typically takes around 7 to 10 days to complete, depending on the itinerary chosen and the pace of the trekker. Some variations of the trek can be shorter or longer, incorporating side trips or extending the journey to neighboring areas like the Gosaikunda Lakes or the Helambu region.

3. What is the best time of year to do the Langtang Valley Trek?

The best time to do the Langtang Valley Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. During these times, the weather is generally stable with clear skies, making for excellent trekking conditions and stunning views of the mountains. Spring offers blooming rhododendron forests, while autumn provides crisp air and vibrant landscapes.

4. Is the Langtang Valley Trek difficult?

The Langtang Valley Trek is considered a moderate trek, suitable for most trekkers with a reasonable level of fitness. While it involves some uphill climbs and rocky terrain, it doesn't require technical climbing skills. Trekkers should be prepared for altitude gain, with the highest point reaching around 4,984 meters (16,350 feet) at Tserko Ri or Kyanjin Ri, which may cause altitude-related challenges for some individuals.

5. What permits are required for the Langtang Valley Trek?

Trekkers need to obtain the Langtang National Park entry permit and the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card to do the Langtang Valley Trek. These permits can be arranged through registered trekking agencies in Kathmandu or obtained at the entrance of the Langtang National Park in Dhunche.

6. What is the accommodation like on the Langtang Valley Trek?

Accommodation along the Langtang Valley Trek consists of teahouses or guesthouses in the villages along the trail. These lodges offer basic amenities such as a bed, blankets, and communal dining areas. While the facilities are more rudimentary compared to city hotels, they provide a comfortable and cozy environment for trekkers to rest and recharge.

7. Is it safe to drink water on the Langtang Valley Trek?

It's recommended to drink filtered or purified water while trekking in the Langtang Valley to avoid waterborne illnesses. Bottled water is available for purchase at teahouses along the trail, or trekkers can use water purification tablets or water filters to treat water from natural sources like streams or springs.

8. Are there any health risks associated with the Langtang Valley Trek?

Altitude sickness is the primary health risk associated with the Langtang Valley Trek due to the high elevations reached along the trail. It's essential for trekkers to acclimatize properly by ascending gradually, staying hydrated, and recognizing the symptoms of altitude sickness. Other potential health risks include cold-related illnesses and gastrointestinal issues, which can be minimized through proper preparation and hygiene practices.

9. What should I pack for the Langtang Valley Trek?

Packing essentials for the Langtang Valley Trek include appropriate trekking gear such as sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing layers, a down jacket, a hat and gloves, a sleeping bag, a headlamp or flashlight, sunscreen, sunglasses, a water bottle, and basic toiletries. It's also advisable to carry a first aid kit, snacks, and any personal medications.

10. Can I hire a guide or porter for the Langtang Valley Trek?

Yes, hiring a local guide or porter is a common practice for the Langtang Valley Trek and is highly recommended, especially for those unfamiliar with the terrain or trekking at high altitudes. Guides to provide valuable assistance with navigation, cultural insights, and safety, while porters can help carry heavy loads, allowing trekkers to enjoy the journey more comfortably.