The Langtang Valley Trek is a popular short trek with many unique sights in the Himalayan region. The trail climbs up the Langtang Valley from just 1,470m in Syabrubesi to 3,870m in Kyanjin Gompa, next to the beautiful Langtang Khola, redwood and bamboo forests intermingle with pastures high, glaciers and mountains on the border of Tibet. Langtang Valley Trek is the most visited trekking route after Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal. Travelling in the Langtang area has been a popular and convenient destination for thousands of travellers and trekkers because of its mysterious snow-covered mountains and the beautiful culture of the Tamang tribe. People often know this route as the most peaceful desert trekking route in Nepal.
3 star Standard Hotel in cities & Standard Guest House during the trekking
Private Vehicles and Public Bus
Bed and Breakfast Plan (BB Plan)
Langtang Valley is a beautiful small area of snow-capped mountains in Langtang Park. Langtang National Park is the first Himalayan protected area in Nepal which protects 14 species of plants and 18 types of ecosystems. Beautiful rhododendron, oak, alder, maple, and pine are the most common trees in the valley. Langtang National Park is also home to rare and endangered animals. Himalayan black bear, musk deer, grey langur, snow leopard, wildebeest, Goral and the rare and most endangered red panda are protected in Langtang park. Tibetan snow and snow make the Langtang valley diverse in flora and fauna.