Langtang Trekking

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The Langtang trekking is aptly called “Valley of Glaciers”, because it is surrounded by gigantic Himalayas that rise towards the sky. Agreeably, the short and easy Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most popular trekking trails in the Langtang Region.

The Langtang Valley Trek starts in the lower Langtang Valley, and takes hikers through several forests, villages and farmlands that are owned by people of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, the Tibetan influence still reflects in the the villages and people of this forum

Langtang trek is medium categories neither easy nor hard. It is close to Kathmandu as well. You can trek in this region September to May. Langtang valley is really great destination for trekkers because of, culturally and naturally beauty and vast historical for religious. You can dive from Kathmandu to either Dhunche or Syabru benshi by local bus. It would be by private four wheels drive. There are two point to start this trek. One is from Dhunche and another from Syabru benshi. If you start from Dhunche, you need to follow the road about one and half hour then turn to right for trekking trail at Bharkhu where little local tea shop as well. And drive to Syabru benshi is quarter hour further than Dhunche and next day start trekking with following up Langtang River. You can start and end at two of those trek starting point. You can start this trip from Dhunche then end at Syabru benshi or alternatively as yours tame frame.
You will be enjoying with Langtang Valley River, green scenery and mountain views during this trek. At kyanjing, where you can visit Nak cheese factory, it is used to say Yak cheese so far. Kyangjing Gompa is the last human settlement where you stay for this trip and do site trip around Kyangjing Ri, Tsergo Ri, Langshisha Kharka where ever you want but you should be physically fit too.

If you need more information regarding Langtang region mail me at [email protected]

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