Langtang Valley trek – Trekking Nepal

Langtang Valley trek, a route suitable for everyone

The Langtang Valley trekking is ideal for a first trekking experience in Nepal. Enjoy without acclimatization problems (3,730m), and discover the great Langtang National Park and climb your first mountain in the Himalayas (4,984m).

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  • 11 days
  • From 810€/person
  • Physical condition: Occasional athlete
  • Experience level: Beginner/Advanced
  • Activity: Hiking
  • Nepal
  • Minimum 1
  • Cancellation policy: Pol. Cancellation 3
  • Minimum age: 12 years
  • English language


Langtang trek

04/05/2025 – 11 days


Recommended months:
Jan / Feb / Mar / Apr / May / Jun / Jul / Aug / Sep / Oct / Nov / Dec




A trek to enjoy, without acclimatization problems, we will reach 3,730m, and with all the splendor of the great Langtang National Park and be just below the great peak of Langtang Lirung (7,246m) that dominates the valley and extends on both sides from the border with Tibet.

It is an ideal route to enjoy with friends or family, of moderate difficulty and suitable for everyone. With quiet walks from 4 to 6 hours every day.

In spring you will be able to observe the various birds, the impressive flowers of the rhododendrons. The route to Langtang Village passes through a rainforest full of monkeys and as you climb it turns into a stunning frozen alpine landscape with views of Langtang Lirung (7245m), Ganesh Himal (7146m) and Dorje Lhakpa (6990m) peaks. they are the reward for hikers.


The trip begins in Syabrubesi, a few kilometers from the border with Tibet and the gateway to the Langtang Valley and the Tamang country. We will go up through the bottom of the valley to arrive first at Lama Hotel, then Langtang Village and finally Kyangjin Gompa, the last inhabited village in the valley.

The path that we will take on this trek goes through exuberant subtropical forests until we reach the very Himalayas, with large and impressive peaks and glaciers.

The region is home to the Tamang and Sherpa peoples. Here they live their lives with a unique culture that is a curious mix of Nepali and Tibetan influences.

The best months to carry out this trekking are March, April, May, September, October, November and December. Remember that we will enter one of the great National Parks of Nepal.


Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu

Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to the hotel. Free afternoon: we can visit the Swayambhu stupa (monkey temple), get lost in the streets of Thamel or have our first Dal bhat dinner (the most traditional dish of Nepali cuisine).

day 2

Kathmandu to Syarubensi

After breakfast we get on the bus to start our journey. It takes about 7-8 hours by bus through Trishuli Bazar, Dhunche Village and reach Syarubensi. On the way to Kakani, great views of Annapurna II, Manaslu and Ganesh Himal. Hostel in Syarubensi.

Day 3

Syabrubesi – hotel Lama

We cross the Bhote Kosi river by a suspension bridge towards the “old” Syabrubesi, a group of houses and a school facing the river. Another suspension bridge takes us over the southern side of the Langtang Khola, this river that we will follow up for the next few days. We slowly climb Doman (1680m) and continue along a rocky ridge to Landslide Lodge and the Hot Spring restaurant; it is named after a small hot spring on the opposite bank of the river at 1810 meters. The trail now climbs gently up to Bamboo Lodge where we will enjoy our lunch. In front of the river we will see near vertical cliffs covered with cactus. After Bamboo we cross the Langtang Khola on a new suspension bridge to the north bank. The forest becomes thinner and drier on this side of the river, consisting mainly of oaks and nettles. We climb steeply along a good path to Rimche (2,510 m) and descend a little further to spend the night at the Lama Hotel.


Day 4

Lama Hotel – Langtang Village

The trail ascends gradually, as the valley turns into a classic wide U-shaped glacial valley. The path in the meadow and the steep ascent will come to see the Yala Peak (5033 m) and through two villages Thangsep and Chamki. Get here and enjoy the nice views of Yala Peak & Ga (6387 m). We descend, cross streams and climb past several water powered mills, walls and prayer wheels to the large settlement of Langtang Village (3500m). 5 hours of walking.

Day 5

Langtang Village – Kyanjin Gompa

The trail climbs a ridge dominated by a large chorten and a long line of Mani prayer walls, then gradually climbs past the village of Mundu and Sindum, then continues through the yak pastures of Yamphu (3640m) as the valley widens. After crossing Laja Khola and climbing a moraine to a viewpoint where Kyanjin Gompa appears. The path through the rock and up to the Gompa and with a short descent into a large group, we finally reach Kyangjing Gompa, a short hike but the place of today’s overnight stop, also famous for producing the 7000kg cheese of yak per year.


Day 6

Explore- Relax around Kyangjin

It is a full day excursion doing the Tsergo Ri trek. It’s a tiring climb, but it’s worth doing once you reach the top and witness an impressive panoramic view. Return to Kyangjing Gompa to sleep.

Langtang culture Nepal, LANGTANG VALLEY TREK

Day 7

Kyanjin Gompa – Lama Hotel

I walk back towards the bottom of the valley.

Day 8

Lama Hotel – Thule Subaru

Walk gently up and down to Thulo Syabru after taking the left path from Lama Hotel, the right path goes to Syarpa Gaon. You continue through the valley crossing Langtang Khola just before Bamboo village. It will follow the contour of the head of the valley and will appear Thulo Syabru perched on top of a ridge. You go down to cross a bridge and then up through terraced fields and farmhouses to reach this pretty village, Thulo Syabru, a village in Tamang that offers some last nice views of Langtang and Ganesh Himalayas.

Day 9

Thulo Syabru – Dhunche

The first part of the hike is a steep climb through forests of oak, fir and rhododendron to the top of a ridge. From here it is only a short descent to Brabal. Past Brabal continue descending for around 1.30hrs then you will reach Thulo Bharkhu (1860m) and Dhunche via road. Today you enjoy with beautiful scenery of Tibetan mountains and Ganesh Himal. After Thulo Bharkhu, you can walk level to a small stream below Dhunche, then gently ascend to Dhunche (1960m), where you will spend your last night having a nice dinner and thanking your trekking team.

Day 10

Conducir Dhunche -Katmandú

We took a public bus to Kathmandu.

Day 11


Transfer to the airport for final departure.



  • Private transfer to and from the airport.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu (tourist class) with breakfast included (shared room).
  • Bus Kathmandu – Sabru Besi and return.
  • Lodging in the shelters available during the trekking (shared rooms).
  • 3 fixed meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) suggested by the guide during the walk.
  • National park fees and TIMS fees.
  • An English speaking trekking guide. (Sirdar)
  • Porter (one for every 2 people). Carry a maximum of 20 kg of total weight, although it is suggested to give a maximum of 8-10 kg per person.
  • Nepalese staff daily salary, food and accommodation.
  • Insurance of guides and porters.
  • Technical and material advice.
  • access to ourtraining platform and OUTDOOR films for 75 days.


  • Flights to / from Kathmandu (we can arrange them).
  • During the walk bottles of mineral plastic water and boiled water (teas and coffees).
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Laundry, phone calls, medical insurance and emergency evacuation if necessary.
  • Entrances to temples.
  • Travel/cancellation insurance: optional, but recommended. (we can manage them).
  • All expenses of a personal nature.
  • Additional charges for road blockage/ landslides/ natural calamities/ strikes.
  • Entry visa to Nepal.
  • Tips. (Optional).
  • Everything not included in the “INCLUDED” section.


  • Training plan until the trip (Optional)
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Practical information:

Physical and technical level:

You need a minimum level that allows you to do a mountain route of 1200m of elevation gain in one day. It is not a demanding route and days are interspersed with short walks to guarantee good acclimatization and good recovery from the days of trekking. During the route we can carry a small backpack with the things we will use during the day. The porters will transport our backpacks to the next lodge.

For those who always want more, we have several extensions to do during the afternoons to ascend to peaks close to our lodges from 3,600 to 5,100m.


As mountain professionals we not only seek the greatest enjoyment, but also the highest possible degree of safety during the activities. For this we will have personal safety and communication equipment and a sufficient first aid kit.

It is essential to have accident and rescue insurance that covers any incident (it is mandatory for all participants). If you don’t have one, we can manage it for you.


A list of materials will be provided to participants. Although it will be very similar to the material required to carry out activities in the middle mountains in the Pyrenees in winter.

Accommodation and Food:

The first and last night we will stay at the International Guest House hotel in Kathmandu. The other nights we will sleep in the different lodges that we will find along the way. We will eat in the same lodges and have lunch in other lodges that we will find along the way. It is not necessary to transport any food.

Recommended courses

Take advantage of receiving free access to our entire platform for one year when you book this trip. We advise you to take the following courses before your trip to enjoy the experience to the fullest:


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