valley of glaciers trek on the journey to wilderness Langtang Trek

by Ras Bahadur Rai Im Professional Trekking Guide

Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is the starting point of one of the best trekking adventures in Nepal, the Langtang trek. It is a trek for those who want one of the best experiences that Nepal, as a trekking destination has to give you. This trek is for stunning views of the mountains, picturesque valleys, and the glorious hills and also for the biology in this place.


The Langtang trek starts from Kathmandu, and depending on how much you can walk; it takes about 15 to 15 days for you to cover the distance. According to where you want to reach, you might walk up 3800m to get to Kyanjin Gompa or even climb higher to come back as a person who traveled 4773m uphill to get to Kyanjin Ri, all starting from Samburu Besi.


A Langtang Trek has everything you want to feel and see. From the rich Tibetian culture to the Yak pastures and great trails, you have everything in the journey to keep you occupied, and of course, you will have no time to waste. Also, don't forget to see the Gosaikunda Lake, and if you are lucky, you will also get to meet some unique friends like Red Panda from the wilderness.


Being a place where travelers stroll every time of the year, people here have made the tourism industry their primary source of income. So, there are more than enough lodges, restaurants, and hotels that you would expect in your way. Anyway, don’t forget to have a water bottle on you, and don't make your too heavy. The trek itself is not so challenging, but since you are walking in the area of National Park, proper guidance is needed. So, you might also consider hiring a Trekking Agency.


Cost: Depending on what you spend, a Langtang trek will cost anywhere between $1000 to $2500 

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About Ras Bahadur Rai Junior   Im Professional Trekking Guide

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