Langtang Region Trekking
Nepal is known for its phenomenal Himalayas, which attract many travelers every year. Among them, some are mountaineers eager to climb the highest peak, Mt. Everest, while others simply look forward to experiencing the grandeur of the Himalayas without summiting. One such adventure to explore the majestic mountain ranges and authentic settlements to the fullest without actually climbing any mountains in a short time is the Langtang region trekking.
Langtang trekking region, otherwise called the Valley of Glaciers, is easily accessible from the capital city, Kathmandu, and is best suited for travelers and trekking enthusiasts with less time to spare. It possesses all the natural and cultural charm of other trekking regions of the Himalayas in a more secluded location, which is preferred mainly by real expeditors looking forward to challenging the high altitudes and outcomes of the wilderness.
Our Langtang itineraries incorporate a rest day at Kyanjin Gompa to explore the extensive glacier system of the high Himalayan region. A side trip to sacred Gosaikunda, a natural holy hot spring, is truly a spiritual hike, which is more gratifying when combined with the Helambu trek, which crosses the Laurabina pass near the lake located in the Melamachi Khola Valley northeast of Kathmandu city and south of the Langtang.
After all, the Langtang region trekking route in Langtang National Park is a natural and cultural masterpiece that encompasses all the alpine scenery to risk it all for!