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Langtang Valley Short Trek is organized from The Kathmandu Valley. Supported by a spot for Tamang Community, the trek is situated at 4,950 meters height from sea level. 'Nepal was, in fact, a great power in Asia.' The Langtang valley contacts and cranes shape the Trishuli River. It is a region in the Himalayas with stupendous views toward the northern part of the Kathmandu Valley and the bordering Tibet as well. Langtang Valley offers the best and shortest traveling route. Conveniently, the Langtang Trekking Route Map is found on our Website. The Short Trek begins from Syabrubesi, taking 5 to 6 hours of a beautiful transport drive from the Kathmandu Valley.
Langtang Gosaikunda Trek
Langtang National Park is indeed located in a region of great natural and cultural significance in Nepal. It is known for its stunning Himalayan landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and also for its proximity to the Buddhist community at Kyanjin Gompa, which is a sacred site for many. Kyanjin Gompa is a small village and a Buddhist monastery in the Langtang Valley, and it's a popular destination for trekkers and tourists who want to experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of the region. Gosaikunda Lake is another notable attraction in the area. It's a high-altitude alpine lake and a place of religious importance, particularly for Hindus. The lake remains frozen for much of the year, from October to June, due to the cold winter temperatures. Many pilgrims and trekkers visit Gosaikunda during the summer months when the ice has melted, making it accessible.
Langtang Valley Short Trek
The Langtang region is a popular trekking destination in Nepal, offering a mix of natural beauty and cultural experiences. Trekkers can enjoy the scenic beauty of the Langtang Valley, interact with the local communities, and explore the unique cultural and religious sites in the area. It's a wonderful place for those interested in both outdoor adventure and cultural exploration. This varying outing familiarizes with the Buddhist Culture of Tamang and Sherpas the old group of Kenjin Gompa and Cherikuru which is orchestrated near Tserko keeps up this show of them. You can see the Cherikuri (4,950M) and Kenjinri (4,750M) Mountains points of view. We have the specific viewpoint it can be 30 Degrees to highlight see in Scenic points of view on Tibet Mountain also.
Moreover, while on the way to the Langtang Valley venture. We can acknowledge rhododendron and bamboo boondocks, the Pine forest area, near thundering falls, and amazing snow-bested Mountain Views. We coordinate a totally radiant and lifetime more experienced guide. Langtang Trek is one of the dear short and basic going in Nepal.
Day 01: Drive Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (7/8 hrs).
Day 02: Trek Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel (2,480 M) (6 Hrs) .
Day 03: Trek Lama Hotel to Langtang valley (3,430 M) (6 Hrs).
Day 04: Trek Langtang valley to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870 M) (3 Hrs).
Day 05: Explore a Kyanjin Gompa/or Tserko Re Hiking around.
Day 06: Trek Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel 6 hours.
Day 07: Trek Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi 5 hours.
Day 08: Drive back Syabrubesi to Kathmandu.
7-8 hours Trek B/D Syabrubesi Guesthouse
Syabrubesi is the initial point for trekking in Langtang valley. It takes about 7 to 8 hours’ drive to cover 117 km from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. En route, we can enjoy the scenic views of the mountain and rice terrains. Syabrubesi bazaar is cramped with lodges and hotels. We will reside for a night in any one of them.
6 hours walk B/L/D Lama Hotel
We will depart from the main road and lower down to a camping area via the route opposite to the Hotel Village View. The trail further prolongs through the suspension bridge over Bhote Koshi and ascends to Thulo Syabru before crossing a bridge over Langtang Khola. Later the trail leads to set of six lodges at Changtang which goes by the name of Lama Hotel where we will stay overnight.
6 hours walk B/L/D Langtang valley Guesthouse
A short ascent up the hill will take us to the trail that opens up in Langtang valley. The valley offers the breathtaking scenery of Langtang Lirung. Later we will pass through a forest to reach the meadow where yak and the wild goats can be seen grazing. We will stay in beautiful Langtang valley overnight.
3 hours walk B/L/D Kyanjin Gompa Guesthouse
Leaving the Langtang Valley, we will clamber uphill all the way to Sindum and Yamphu. Later the route takes us through Laja Khola to arrive at a viewpoint which provides the panoramic views of Kyanjin Gompa and icefall from Lirung and Kinshung. Below to the viewpoint exists Kyanjin Gompa where we will stay overnight.
B/L/D Kyanjin Gompa Guesthouse
We will take a well-deserved rest from trekking and ease up our stiff muscles. Kyanjin Gompa offers splendid views of Langtang Lirung, Genjempol and Kenga Himal ranges. The cheese factory, Buddhist monastery and Tsergo Ri (5,033 M) are other sites which you would like visiting. Mostly we recommended for Tsergo Ri Hike, which provides you with a stunning view of mountains and when you be on the top of Tsergo Ri Unbelievable mountains will surround you.
6 hours walk B/L/D Lama Hotel
After having your breakfast you start to get down, this is a day to back Lama Hotel with the view of Langtang valley and different escape of mountains.
5 hours of Trek B/L/D Syabrubesi Guesthouse
This is a day to end your walking in Himalaya wilderness after arrived in Syabrubesi our trekking starting point after 5 hours walk.
Breakfast Kathmandu Hotel
Seven hours of driving through the serpentine road enjoying the pleasant views of Majestic Mountain, cascading waterfalls, paddy fields and woods will take us to Kathmandu. We will be conveyed back to our hotel where we will enjoy the evening dinner and head towards our comforting beds.
- Perfect English spoken tourist guide.
- Tea or Coffee three times in a day.
- Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during 6 Days trekking period
- Guest houses Accommodations during the trek
- A government license holder guide
- Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment, transportation and local tax for a guide.
- Kathmandu to Syaprubeshi to Kathmandu By bus
- TIMS card(Trekker’s Information Management System)
- All the needed Trekking Permits
- All government taxes, VAT and service charges.
What's not included?
- Lunch and dinner (Kathmandu to Syabrubesi to Kathmandu)
- Hot water, Mineral Water,& beverage
- Travel insurance
- Tips for trekking staff and driver
- Personal shopping, trekking equipment, Gifts and souvenirs
- All items not listed in Cost included section.
The following gives you a general idea of the personal items that you can bring for the trek. The personal items of your individual interest, and choice. In a supported trek, heavy items are carried by porters or yaks and personal belongings that you may need for the day like money, camera, sun cream, water bottle, rain gear, and toilet paper etc. should be carried by yourself. So you are briefed to pack items in two different bags. The most important fact that one should keep on mind is that one should have enough clothes to tackle the cold weather in the mountain range.
(Note: We will supply complimentary water and windproof duffel bag which you can use on the trek and is carried by porter/s. The duffel bag is yours to keep after the trek. You can leave your bag with your non-trek items at the hotel in Kathmandu and collect them after the trek)
Upper Body – Head / Ears / Eyes
Shade hat or baseball cap – of their head and then put a baseball cap on to hold it in place. This can be a flexible alternative while keeping the sun off your ears and neck.
Warm wool or synthetic hat that covers your ears.
Glacier glasses-100% UV protection with side shields and a hard-sided storage case (i.e. Julbo or Cebe). Regular sunglasses are not sufficient. If you wear prescription glasses, speak to your doctor about prescription glacier glasses, perhaps with transitional lenses. This is to protect your eyes from the rays of the sun due to the thinner atmosphere which can cause a painful condition known as snow blindness.
A neck warmer is another piece of gear for extra warmth if you feel you will need it.
Headlamp – Black Diamond and Petzl both make several good ones. Make sure to bring extra batteries and that they are lithium batteries so that they will last in the colder temperatures. These are indispensable for getting around at night, reading, etc.
Balaclava – lightweight, thinner variety
Some people like ear-muffs; These are optional; a good hat, balaclava, and hooded jacket should really be sufficient, but this is a personal choice for some people.
1 pair liner gloves, thin wool or synthetic, useful alone a day or as a layer of other gloves/mitts for additional warmth.
1 pair of warm gloves (heavier fleece or wool).
1 pair shell gloves or mitts; Gore-Tex is preferred for keeping hands dry.
Instant hand warmers are always nice in a pinch, but really shouldn’t be necessary on the trek. Bringing appropriate hand protection as recommended above, should be sufficient (optional).
Light and expedition w)eight thermal tops.
Fleece jacket or pullover.
Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional).
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket.
2 women sports bras, Synthetic, no cotton!
Lower Body – Legs
2 pairs nylon hiking shorts – Quick drying type, not cotton!
Underwear, stay away from cotton. (4/5)
1 pair soft shell pants – synthetic, full zip from top and bottom preferable.
2 pairs trekking pants, the knees so they double as shorts.
1 pair of hard shell pants. Waterproof/breathable, Gore-Tex or equivalent is best. Should zip from the top and bottom – this makes it easier to put on over boots without getting undressed should the weather change once you are underway for the day.
1 pair of cotton pants (loose jeans/khakis).
2 pairs of lightweight long underwear – Capilene or other synthetic.
All clothing should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks or large puncture resistant plastic bags.
4/5 pairs of liner socks, synthetic or Capilene.
3/4 pairs heavyweight socks to be worn over liner socks.
1 pair of lightweight socks, a good option for the lower / warmer parts of the treks.
1 pair light to medium weight waterproof hiking/trekking boots.
1 pair of light trekking shoes or sneakers. Good for around the camp/lodges and in Kathmandu.
1 pair hiking gaiters, good for keeping dust and rocks out of your shoes/boots as well as keep your feet dry as necessary (Optional).
1 pair of sandals (Optional).
Medicines and First Aid Kits
(Please note WT guide will also carry the first aid kit bag during the trek. However, we still recommend you to bring your personal first aid kit as well)
Extra Strength Excedrin for altitude-related headaches.
Buprofen for general aches and pains.
Immodium or Pepto bismol capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea.
Diamox (commonly prescribed as Acetazolamide) 125 or 250mg tablets for altitude sickness. Please discuss with us before starting to take this medicine.
1 small personal sized first-aid kit with blister treatments such as moleskin, band-aids, some waterproof tape, anti-infection ointments, etc. your guides will have more extensive medical gear, but you should have the basics for general use.
Most Necessary Documents/Materials
Passport and extra passport photos (4 copies).
Airline ticket (Please make a copy and leave on at our office in KTM just in case if you need to change the date of your).
Durable wallet/pouch for travel documents, money & passport.
Lip balm. At least SPF 20, 2 sticks. A string taped to the stick is helpful, to hang around your neck and some are now being sold with a cord already attached. Handy as it avoids you from having to stop and look for it.
Sunscreen. SPF 40 is recommended and should be relatively new since it loses its’ effectiveness over time.
Pocket knife or small Swiss Army type.
Water purification Iodine tablets or Polar-pure crystals.
Toiletry kit. Be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc.
1 pair adjustable trekking poles. Although these are listed as optional, these can be of great assistance to people who may think of themselves and generally clumsy or with bad knees, ankles, etc, especially when going downhill (Optional).
Favourite snack foods, no more than 2 pounds (Optional).
Paperback books, cards, mp3 player (there are a couple of stops where you could recharge. Avoid players with moving hardware as it may not function. Remember, keep these items lightweight) (Optional).
Hydration bladder with a drinking tube and tube insulator (Optional).
A pee bottle for men and pee funnel for a woman, some swear by them to avoid that chilly late night trip (Optional).
1 small stainless steel thermos (Optional).
1 lightweight point & shoot camera or 1 large SLR. Digital cameras are ok, but you must keep the batteries warm when not in use (Optional).
Please Note: Tight fitting, figure-hugging clothing, such as those made with Lycra can often be offensive to locals, especially to women. If you find these items comfortable as a base layer, please pack something to wear on top of them.
Above This list is only a guideline. While you are required to bring everything on this list, there are numerous options, brands, and versions of each piece of equipment. Please Use your experience and the listed features to find the best gear for you. Some of the above types of equipment can be easily found in stores in Kathmandu for cheaper prices.
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