Langtang Valley Trek - 10 Days

Good to Know
  • Duration 10 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Group Size 1-10
  • Max. Altitude 5033 M.
  • Best Season March, April, May and September, October, November, December


  • Visit some of Kathmandu’s most iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Langtang Valley with great Himalayan appeals
  • Significant Buddhist monasteries, stupas, and monuments at Kyanjin Gompa
  • Experience the wonderful cultures of the native Tamang in a short yet rewarding trek
  • The most happening trekking region from Kathmandu

The Langtang Himal region is in the northern part of Kathmandu Valley, south of the Tibetan border, surrounded by spell-binding high peaks. It has become famous ever since the British mountaineer Bill Tilman described it as the most beautiful valley in the world due to its profoundness of alpine plants, stunning Mount Langtang Lirung (7,227 m), roaring rivers, and incredible terrain in isolation.

So, the Langtang Valley trek is also known as the journey to hunt the hidden treasure in the course, full of natural and cultural diversity up to Gosaikunda and more, while the valley itself is covered with blooming flowers in the summer, followed by completely snow-clad Shisapangma, or Gosaithan 8,027 m, the highest summit in the Langtang region of Tibet.

The high Himalayan zone, with temperate and sub-alpine vegetation and dense oak forest as the major highlights of the area, including the mesmerizing rhododendron forest in the spring, is inhabited thickly by Tamang and Sherpa of Tibetan origin, quite distinct from the Sherpa of the Everest region, although both show similarity in religious practices, language and dress to Tibetan.

The Langtang valley trek combined with the Helambhu region is more stunning and provides a deep insight into the ethnic Tamang, whose origin also links to Tibet, with considerably earlier settlements in Nepal than Sherpas in the more serene upper Himalayas.

The Valley of Glaciers, Langtang Trek, is one of the shortest yet most adventurous trekking experiences to write in your diary of life. It is not only memorable but also a more comfortable and authentic off-beaten trail encompassing all the charms of the Himalayas equivalent to the Everest and Annapurna region trekking.

What to expect at the Langtang Valley Trek?

Trekking in the high Himalayas is one of the most significant ways to reflect, rebirth, and find the real you. So is the Langtang Valley Trek. It is a common destination for travelers seeking an unmatched trekking experience in the pristine Himalayas, swanky in cultural and natural heritage, which is a golden chance that many do not get to explore the real mountain lifestyle of locals, wild flora and fauna, frosty glaciers, radiant mountains, and old religious monasteries to awaken and heal themselves internally.

The Valley of Langtang is a complete package made for those looking forward to trekking in the unspoiled Himalayan environment in a short amount within your budget.

Alpine scenery and raw social culture

 The pristine nature of the Himalayas offers you physically and spiritually healing lush meadows, stunning landscapes, glaciers, and majestic mountains soaring above all.

One such off-the-beaten trekking trail is the Langtang region, which seizes all the highlights no less to Everest Base Camp (EBC) and Annapurna Circuit Trek, passing through several settlements of indigenous Tamang and Sherpa, differing in family linkage, dress, and language from the Everest in more serenity and easy access than any other trekking region.

However, like every Himalayan trekking zone, this trail also tests your level of endurance in arduous alpine climatic conditions. To secure your safety at the top, cooperating with any travel and tour operators is the best option.

Striking Views of the Langtang Himalayan Ranges

Among other trekking regions of Nepal, the Langtang region stands as the unrivaled top destination. What makes it stand out among others is undoubtedly the majestic vistas of the mountain ranges beyond the sky and the unspoiled, pristine nature.

The heavenly surrounding views of Langtang Lirung (7,245 m), Dorje Lakpa (6,966 m), and Mt. Gaurishankar (7,134 m) throughout the trekking trail, and special glances from different vantage points and stopping points add more to the journey to die for.

The lush and blooming forests and hills, shimmering rivers and waterfalls, and untamed, rare wildlife are extra treats of the trek. You will pass several such beautiful and dense forests of rhododendrons and oaks throughout the trail. On a clear day, the view of Mt. Annapurna and Ganesh is magical to grasp all in. 

The natural fascination of Langtang National Park

Langtang National Park is nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. The true natural gem of the Langtang region, abundant in flora and fauna with some of the most exclusive wildlife such as black bear, Himalayan Thar, red panda, and dzo, as well as rare species of deer and monkeys, was established in 1976 with the main objective of conserving the authentic natural beauty of the country.

Any kind of vacation, trekking experience, or expedition in the Langtang region is full of thrills while embracing the tropical and alpine forests on diverse landscapes compassed by stunning peaks such as Langtang Lirung, Yala Peak, Gangchhempo, etc.

While the natural hot spring, Gosaikunda’s holiest significance and allure are unmatchable to any others, the sacred warm spring receives thousands of pilgrimages each year, mainly on the occasion of Janai Purnima in August or September.

Magnificent Glaciers 

The valley of Langtang has a massive number of icy glaciers, so the valley is also known as ‘ the valley of glaciers’. The longest glacier in the Langtang region flows from the Himalayan summit of Langtang Lirung, with altitudes ranging from 4,500 m to 7,000 m covered largely by debris.

These glaciers create a crispy and sensational mood on the trail, making it the most pleasurable experience of trekking.

Must see Kyanjin Gompa

The last habitual land of the Langtang Valley is Kyanjin Gompa, the most honored and religiously important ancient monastery estimated to be 400 years old at the bottom of Langtang Lirung (7,227 m), Langshisha Ri (6,427 m), and Dorje Lakpa (6,966 m)

The Gompa is revered as the most sacred and notable Buddhist pilgrimage site, bordered by a small settlement, to learn basic aspects of Buddhist culture and Buddhism. The whole region is named after this tiny inhabitant, which is a main acclimatization spot to adapt to the high Himalayan altitude and avoid mountain sickness.

Once Must Visit Tsergo Ri

One of the major attractions of the Langtang Region is Tsergo Ri. It is the highest vantage point you will trek to on our 10-day Langtang Valley package, with incredible views of the nearby landscapes and extraordinary sights of moraines, glaciers, and the Himalayan peaks

It is a must-visit viewpoint at an elevation of 5,000 m above sea level in the Langtang National Park of Nepal, as the top of Tsergo Ri grants you a breathtaking, complete 360-degree view of encompassing mountain ranges worth a hike.

The trek to Tsergo usually begins in Kyanjin Gompa, located at 3,800 m above sea level, which is a 4-hour walk from Tsergo Ri. You are advised to carry water and food supplements before you begin the hike, as there aren’t any other water sources available en route except the local lodges and tea houses.

Easy access to the off-beaten trail

Langtang is an easy destination to trek from the Kathmandu Valley, located in the north. It is one of the closest and most easily accessible trekking routes from the capital city, which is only a 7-8 hour drive.

The trekking official starts from Syabrubeshi, the gateway of Langtang, which follows a comfortable off-beaten route to Kyanjin Gompa (3,803 m), the human settlement at the highest elevation of the Langtang region. 

Overall, the Langatnag region is the grandest alternative to the Annapurna base camp or the Everest base camp for every healthy trekker bound by limited time.

Langtang Valley Trek: Is this trek right for you?

Adding Langtang Valley Trek to your bucket list is an excellent decision, as it is one of the most suitable trekking destinations, ideal for all age groups and families that go through the daily traveled route of the locals from many lovely Sherpa and Tamang dwellings, ensuring your safety.
Any healthy individual with the habit of hiking for a few hours without serious health ailments is fit and ready to go on this rewarding trek.
If you aspire to witness the true Himalayas and the life it supports to add a grand voyage to take pride in, Langtang Valley Trek is a fantastic trekking you must set on for, right now!

Trek Cost

Arguably, the Langtang Valley trek is one of the most budget-friendly trekking experiences in Nepal, which is reasonable and affordable at the same time as compared to any trek in the Everest region and the Annapurna region.

Generally, the Langtang Valley trek cost ranges from USD 775 to USD 900 per person for 10–13 days based on several factors such as the season, condition of accommodation, mode of transportation, and the type of services you have chosen.

The trek cost also varies from travel and trekking agencies to agencies. Some travel and tour operators may charge you around USD 700, while others may ask for more than USD 1,500, which is for a standard trekking package.

The luxurious package, including helicopter return, will cost you slightly more than the general packages, which tend to go higher if you extend your trekking days or add other luxury options.

So, cost planning plays a vital role in any kind of trekking you are looking forward to, which helps you ensure your trip quality, experience, and realistic budget formation. In the absence of proper trekking cost planning, you ought to compromise on your essentials, such as nutrients, accommodation, and means of transportation for the trek. To ensure a pleasant trekking experience, trek cost planning is a crucial matter that mustn’t be ignored at all.

Overall, the Langtang Valley trek is among the most popularly priced treks in Nepal due to multiple reasons. Here are the few main aspects that make it one of the best trek choices for budget-conscious trekkers:

  • The cost of trekking permits regulated for the Langtang Valley trek is inexpensive in comparison to other different trekking regions. As the Langtang Valley is a few hours' drive from the Kathmandu Valley, you will save a significant dollar that could have been an airfare charge.

  • Even though the Langtang Valley Trek grades moderately, it does not ask for any exclusive or advanced equipment or gear, making the trek to Langtang the most beneficial on the list.

To make it more within your budget, here are some tips:

  • Try your best to buy snacks and other essential trek equipment from the city.

  • Renting the required trekking gear can greatly minimize the cost.

  • Choose budget-friendly trekking accommodations: lodging trekking and tea house trekking.

  • Always carry extra batteries and a power bank to charge your electronic devices.

  • Avoiding non-veg can save some dollars.

  • To prevent yourself from consuming junk food, sticking to Dal Bhaat is a great way to make the trek more budget-friendly

How to prepare yourself for the Langtang Valley trek?

Although there aren’t any mandatory physical preparation procedures required to trek the Langtang Valley, normal daily exercise can ease the trail, which is full of repeating ascents and descents. On this factor, youngsters are more on the safer side as compared to older people, despite the expertise they have held for years.

Here is a list of things to do that can help greatly while you trek in the Langtang Valley, regardless of age, experience, and technical knowledge.

  • Any sort of difficult potential trek can be tackled with some warm-up cardiovascular and weight-lifting training, even before the beginning of the trek.

  • Hiking local tracks and trails can be a great alternative for increasing the muscle's strength.

  • Regular jogging, running, or rapid walking is likely to enhance your breathing capacity even at low oxygen levels, which is a crucial concern in the higher Himalayas.

  • Form a healthy eating pattern, and if possible, try your best to avoid foods containing excessive fat and oil.

  • Wise and responsible travelers prefer to ditch alcohol and nicotine.

  • A well-made trek costs planning.

  • Digging up substantial information about the trek that you want to hop for

What to pack for the Langtang trek?

Appropriate packing is a fundamental part of the trek. While what to pack for trekking in Nepal can be distinct from region to region and might be slightly more time-consuming, starting to pack earlier, even before you arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal, can be a wise thing to do.

To trek the Langtang, here are some of the most essential gear and equipment to add to your backpack, fit for your torso with wide shoulder straps.

  • Choose the water-resistant backpack or make sure to grab a light raincoat to overcome the unpredictable Himalayan weather.

  • Hiking poles are great for knees.

  • An extra comfortable blanket.

  • The three layers of clothes: the very basic one to soak up moisture, the second layer to maintain warmth in your body, and the outer one to protect you from wind and rain.

  • Air-passable set of undergarments made up of wool.

Be in the ultimate serenity of the Himalayas on the Langtang Valley Trek

Nepal would never be off the list of must-travel countries for the Himalayan adventure aspirant whose goal is to experience the actual essence of the Himalayas.

One such trek you take yourself on is the Langtang Valley Trek, which not only takes you closer to the grand mountains of Nepal but also lets you free yourself in the valleys it shelters with its authentic culture of the natives, enduring and dancing in the hardships of the Himalayan region.

It is not to miss a chance to roam around the scenic wide range of landscapes far away from the crowdy hustle and bustle of the cities while we make your safety and satisfaction our utmost priority.

Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks has been dedicated to making your adventure fruitful for decades with specialized travel and trek experts at your service, able to meet every need of our satisfied clients in each expedition we organize.

Let us be at your service to fulfill your dream of being in what seems like a supernatural palace to exist in the world.

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Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International, you will meet our representative from Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks at the terminal gate.

After a quick meet and greet, you will be transferred to the hotel in a private vehicle by them. After freshening up, you are free to explore the valley.

Meet your crew members in the evening for a briefing session about your daily itinerary led by our guide or team leader over a complimentary dinner.

  • Accommodation3 star Hotel
  • Mealsnot available

The road winds through a series of twists and turns persistently for about 8 to 9 hours to cover 117 km from Kathmandu via the Prithvi Highway, ending in Syabrubesi, where you will find a lodge to spend the first night.


  • AccommodationLocal Tea House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,600 m

Today, you will walk for about five and a half hours when the first part of the trail crosses through Bhote Koshi and follows the Langtang Khola, which is a gradual ascent up to Bamboo, passing through Landslide.

Afterward, your trek ascends gently to Rimche (2,400m) through Bamboo (1,960 m), which lies at the bank of Langtang Khola. You can have lunch at this place if you like.

At the end, your trail levels up to the Lama Hotel and finally to Sherpa Gaou. On your fortunate day, en route, you could see red pandas, monkeys, and bears.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,300 m

After Lama Hotel, you will climb through a rhododendron forest with the ground covered by moss. Trees have ferns and epiphytic orchids on them, which look like semi-tropical jungles.

As you continue climbing, there are occasional glimpses of Langtang Lirung between the trees. At Ghora Tabela (3,000m), the trail emerges from the forest. Once there was a Tibetan resettlement project here, but now it is a Nepalese army post, though it doesn’t have permanent inhabitants. 

The trail then continues to climb gently, and the valley widens, passing a few temporary settlements used by herders who bring their livestock to graze in the high pastures during the summer months.

There is a monastery, which you can visit shortly before arriving at the village of Langtang, the headquarters of the Langtang National Park. The houses of Langtang and its neighboring villages are of the flat-roofed Tibetan style, surrounded by stone walls enclosing fields of buckwheat, potatoes, wheat, turnips, and barley.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,200 m

The trail today is gradually uphill through small villages and yak pastures as the valley opens out further and the views become more extensive. After crossing several small streams and moraines, the trail settles in Kyanjin

Here, there is a small monastery and a government-operated cheese factory. Arriving at Kyangjin by lunchtime allows time to acclimatize and explore the area, which is a dramatic setting with snow-covered peaks surrounding you in all directions, such as Langtang Lirung, Ganjala Peak, Tserko-Ri, Langsisa-Ri, and many others.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,800 m

You will use Kyanjin Gompa, which is the last permanent settlement with a small gompa and a cheese factory, as a base for day hikes to explore the upper valley and attempt to climb the small hill in the north of Khayanjing, or Tsergo(5,033 m).

The peaks lie above the valley from Khayanjing, ringed by spectacular snow peaks including the fluted peak Langtang Lirung and the Tibetan named Dorje Lakpa.

  • AccommodationLocal tea House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude5,033 m

This day presents you with a lot to explore in and around Kyanjin Gompa, which gives 360-degree, complete views of the Langtang Lirung, Genjempol, and Kenga Himal ranges.

One of the best is an unraveling of the glaciers and a short trek to the Himalayan Yak pastures. The cheese factory, Buddhist monastery, and Tsergo Ri (5,033m) are other sites worth visiting.

Later, you will travel back to the Lama Hotel for a night's stay.

  • AccommodationLama Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude5,033 m

The retracing of the trail continues to Thulo Syabru when the branch leaves, ascending a steep path through forests with a sudden emerging view of Syabru and its extensive area of millet terraces.

An undulating path brings you to this fascinating village where each house is set above its neighbor in a long line up the very crest of the ridge. It’s a great place to wander about, catching glimpses of Tamang life, admiring the beautifully carved wooden windows, or simply relaxing in the sun.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner

You are almost at the end of your trek. So, on this day, you will take a scenic return drive to Kathmandu, which is about an 8–9-hour ride right after breakfast.

In the evening, you will get to enjoy the celebratory Nepali dinner in the cultural restaurants.

  • Accommodation3 star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Farewell dinner

It is your final trek day in Kathmandu, and you leave for your home country. In your free time, you can enjoy the vibrant tourist capital, Thamel, and shop for some souvenirs.

Exactly 3 hours before your scheduled flight, our representative will assist you to the airport for the departure.

Thanks for trekking with Adventure Himalayan Travels. We look forward to seeing you again!

  • MealsBreakfast

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Route Map
Langtang Valley Trek - 10 Days Map
What's Included
  • 7 nights 8 days  in a twin-sharing accommodation Local Lodge and eight days of food ( Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)  during the trek
  • Transportation from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, and from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu Local bus
  • English-speaking local expert guide, porters(porter carry a maximum of 20 k.g and one porter between two people)
  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) fees
  • Langtang National Park entry fee
  • Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu on the twin sharing room and breakfast
  • Airport transfers and escort
  • Farewell dinner with Nepali cultural dance in Kathmandu
  • Equipment (sleeping bag, first aid kit, oximeter, etc.) & clothing for porter & staff
  • Insurance for all staff & porters
  • Trekking achievement certificate
  • Adventure Himalayan T-shirt
  • Nepal visa: multiple entry for 30 days, USD 50 (details on the visa page)
  • International flights and all domestic airfare
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Insurance for clients includes helicopter evacuation, etc.
  • Lunch and dinner during the hotel stay in Kathmandu
  • Electronic charging fees at guest houses during the trek
Dates and Prices
Date PriceAvailability 
Start DateStarts: MondayJul 01, 2024End DateEnds: WednesdayJul 10, 2024PricePriceUS$775StatusStatusAvailable
Start DateStarts: MondayJul 08, 2024End DateEnds: WednesdayJul 17, 2024PricePriceUS$775StatusStatusAvailable
Start DateStarts: MondayJul 15, 2024End DateEnds: WednesdayJul 24, 2024PricePriceUS$775StatusStatusAvailable
Start DateStarts: MondayJul 22, 2024End DateEnds: WednesdayJul 31, 2024PricePriceUS$775StatusStatusAvailable
Start DateStarts: MondayJul 29, 2024End DateEnds: WednesdayAug 07, 2024PricePriceUS$775StatusStatusAvailable
Useful Info

Mountain Sickness in the Langtang Valley Trek

Although the Langtang Valley Trek is moderate-grade, you are prone to acute mountain sickness as you will be hiking 5,000 m above sea level, ascending and descending significantly quickly. Some days, the altitude gain exceeds 1,000 m through steep hills, which are physically quite demanding as your body needs to adapt to the alpine environment in a short amount of time.

The trek to Langtang Valley is convenient even for beginners, yet it shouldn’t be taken lightly. A beforehand preparedness can be a great help in enjoying Langtang Trekking to the fullest.

If symptoms of mountain sickness are seen, go no further. Stay where you are and start to descend slowly.

To avoid acute mountain sickness, make sure to move steadily and allow a few buffer days to adapt to the mountainous climate and weather.


The Langtang Valley Trek is around 77 km/48 miles, including Kyanjin Ri Peak, which takes around 7-9 days from Kathmandu to reach the destination and return, which is customizable as per your interest.

One you must add a side trek to your day-to-day itinerary in the Langtang Valley trekking is the trek to Kyanjin Gompa from Tserko Ri, which is around an extra 8 km. From here, you can also head to experience one of the amazing ethnic Tamang settlements, whose trek is commonly known as the ‘Tamang Heritage Trail Trek’ for cultural delicacies.

Permits to Trek Langtang Valley

Like any other trekking route in Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek trail also falls in the Langtang National Park region. So, to trek here, one must obtain a special trekking permit. The cost of the special permit to enter the trekking region is USD 30 (NPR 3,000) per person per entry, including VAT (value-added tax).

Here, you must be clear about the necessity of the TIM card before beginning any sort of adventurous activity in different trekking regions. Where Everest Region could be an exception for the Everest Region trekking zone, a local permit is required to be granted entrance.

The TIM card costs around USD 20 per person. Trekkers and adventurers can get both of the permit cards from the TIMS checkpost in Pokhara and the office of the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu Ganeshthan, Maligaon, and Pokhara upon filling out the TIMS application form.

Specifically, to trek the Langtang Valley, you can grab them at the entry point of Dhunche as well.

When you are with any travel or trekking agency, you are free from any of these quite burdensome processes, as we will take care of each permit and other legal measures to make your holiday most enjoyable.

Compulsory Guide to Trek Langtang Valley

Starting on April 1, 2023, all international trekkers must have a licensed guide for hiking most routes in Nepal, including the Langtang trek.

Most of the guides are well-trained and fluent English speakers. If you are wondering about how much they charge you for a day, it is around USD 25 per day, including their meals, accommodation, salary, and insurance, which is pretty reasonable.

While the porter guide might charge you USD 20 for a day.

The best season to trek Langtang Valley

Each season in Nepal unfolds a new mystery about the country. As an example, we can take the trekking season in the Langtang Valley. The different trekking seasons in Langtang Valley compel a new aura and prettiness, always providing something unique for its travelers to look up to.

However, the time of fall (Sep–mid-December) and spring (March–May) remains the most pleasant season to embark on the Langtang Valley.

Autumn in Nepal lasts for three months: September, October, and November. The climate in this high season is calming and moderate, with unobstructed views of Himalayan vistas and surroundings.

The fresh blossom of vibrant rhododendrons in the evergreen forest looks awe-inspiring in the spring, with the swarming bees and butterflies moving here and there in search of nectar. The temperature on the trekking trails at this time is romantic, making it the most suitable time to explore any part of the Himalayas that you prefer.

Nevertheless, Langtang National Park is accessible even during the months of summer and winter. In the monsoon, although the Langtang Valley trekking trails get muddy, being well-equipped helps you make the most of your trek.

The winter is colder, with snow dumping from time to time at the higher elevations when the mountains look most dazzling and alluring. When packed thoughtfully with the right gear selection, it is the perfect season to witness the true Himalayan beauty.

Accommodation during the Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang Valley Trek is a tea house trek. A tea house in Nepal is commonly known as Bhatti, a small hotel where one can eat homemade foods and get a place to sleep.

Due to the immensely growing popularity of Nepal in terms of trekking and other adventurous expeditions, more and more tea houses have opened from off-the-beaten trekking trails to bustling trekking routes for travelers. The popularity of the route is what determines the quality of these tea houses.

Since the Langtang region is easily accessible from Kathmandu, well-privileged tea houses are found in the Langtang Valley trek with flushable toilets, hot showers, and wireless internet connections at an extra charge.

Although one of the off-beaten trekking routes in Nepal, the Langtang Valley trek’s accommodation meets the need to enjoy a comfortable and quality stay.

Foods in the Langtang Valley Trek

Meals during the trek in Langtang Valley are as per the menu of the local tea house. You will get to savor the everyday delicious nutrients rich in carbs and protein essential to acclimatize thoroughly and keep the body energized.

The Dal-Bhaat, a bowl of lentil, bean, or pulse soup with a heap of rice, is a typical local dish to not skip at all. It is not only filling but also capable of providing the protein required for the trek to your body.

Seasonal veggies add more to the nourishment while you get to sample other menu items including Momo, Millet, Barley, Buckwheat, Corn Roti (Bread), Thukpa (Tibetan noodles with soup), and different bakery items with warm tea and coffee served.

Langtang Valley Trek Difficulty

The 10-day Langtang Valley trek is an easy, moderate-grade trekking trail in Nepal, which is considerably easier than many other trekking routes in Nepal in terms of steep climbs, slopes, and technical trails, with a 5–6-hour hike daily.

So, a good and healthy physique is a plus point while trekking the Langtang region, the homeland of many exclusive fauna, including Himalayan deer, red pandas, and snow leopards.

When you acclimatize properly, you are likely to make 100% of the trek, preventing acute mountain sickness (AMS), which can be fatal when not addressed at a time when you are trekking 5,000 m above sea level.

Insurance to trek Langtang Valley

When planning the trek in Langtang Valley or other various trekking regions in Nepal, getting travel insurance is a must, as you might encounter Himalayan unforeseen conditions at high altitudes.

The insurance must include an emergency helicopter evacuation, medical expenses, natural calamities, losses, and theft.

Client Reviews
  • Langtang Valley Trek - 10 Days


    Amazing, Stunning Scenery, Wonderful helpful Company!

    Sep 2023 • Couples

    We hiked the Langtang Valley with this company and I cannot speak more highly regarding our experience. Rana organised the best of everything to make our trip memorable. The Porter and Guide were both wonderful, friendly and helpful people. The scenery was spectacular and we didn't have to worry about anything.
    Rana (who is the owner of the Company) also helped us to organise a second trek which we wanted to do on our own and he was more than happy to help us for no reason other than being helpful. We we're so impressed by this as he had nothing to gain except being nice! Rana you are the best :-) Many many thanks from 2 very happy travellers

    David SAustralia,Nov 18, 2023
  • Langtang Valley trek 10 Days


    This is a great trek from a professional trekking company. My thanks to Rana (owner) for all his advice and organisation for us. The trek itself is not overly long, for a total of 10 days including starting and finishing in Kathmandu. The walk up the Langtang Valley along the river is spectacular with breathtaking views of the mountains and walking through beautiful forests. We had a fantastic Guide - Purna Raj, who was knowledgeable, funny and safe. This is really important on a trek like this. My advice for those considering this trek: 1. Do it! 2. Wear good quality ankle length boots - no Runners - the track is very rough and often muddy. 3. Try to book a jeep transfer to and from Kathmandu to Syrabrubesi as the road there is very very rough in places. 4. Moderate level of fitness as there are some big days in terms of climbing and distance covered. All in all, 5 stars and highly recommended.

    Geoff DrummondAustralia,Jul 18, 2023

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