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Langtang Valley Trekking – 8 Days

8 Days Langtang Valley Trekking Facts

Trip Facts


Weather -10°C to 22°C View Weather Detail


Duration 8 Days


Difficulty moderate View Difficulty Detail


Accommodation Lodges/Hotels/Resorts

Meals Included

Meals Included Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Best Season

Best Season Sept, Oct, Nov, March, April & May


Transportation Overland

Daily Activity

Daily Activity Approx. 5 - 6 hours


Religion Buddhism

Ethnic People

Ethnic People Tamang

Geographic Terrain

Geographic Terrain Mountain, Forest, Village

Region of Nepal

Region of Nepal Langtang Region, Rasuwa

Max. Altitude

Max. Altitude 3900m


8 Days Langtang Valley Trekking starts in Kathmandu, where you take a vehicle and drive towards the northern region. After you leave the valley, the drive heads along the Trishuli River and reaches Syabru Besi. Your trek officially starts from Syabru Besi, where you start hiking towards the due east. You will follow the Langtang River and reach the Lama Hotel. Then, the trail heads north as you enter the deep parts of the Langtang National Park. Next, the trek takes you past Ghoda Tabela and settles at the Langtang Village.

The next destination on the trek is Kyanjin Gompa. It is one of the oldest monasteries in the valley and houses numerous artifacts and monuments dedicated to Tibetan heritage. You also hike to the nearby Tserko Ri (4984m) peak as you explore the village. The top offers a panoramic view of the Langtang, Phurbi Ghyachu, and Rolwaling ranges. Next, you begin the return trip to Lama Hotel. On the way, you trek past several Tamang villages, where you can observe and experience unique Tibetan Buddhist culture. Finally, the last part of the trail takes you to Syabru before getting the ride back to Kathmandu.

Langtang Valley Trek Route

8 Days Langtang Valley Trekking is one of the nearest trekking destinations to Kathmandu Valley. Your actual hike begins from Syabru Besi. You need to get a bus or a jeep ride to reach Syabru. It is a 4-5 hour journey from Kathmandu. Your trip to Syabru is a mixture of pitch and off-road. Upon reaching the Besi, you will hike up toward the Langtang Valley. The hike will be for 6-7 hours per day.

Between the treks, you will be greeted with numerous beautiful views of the Langtang Himalayas’ mountainous peaks. This region is home to endangered species like the Red Panda and Snow Leopard. You might encounter them in your trekking route. The route offers narrow trails, which might be challenging in several regions. Besides that, the trails are comfortable enough for everyone despite being steep. The hike to Kyanjin Ri is another challenging hike in this trek. It is the highest point on this trek, offering panoramic views of the Langtang mountains.

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Trip Highlights:

  • Explore the Langtang Valley and Langtang National Park
  • Panorama of the mountains in Langtang, Ganesh, and Gauri Shankar Himal ranges
  • Taste the yak cheese at the local cheese factory in Kyanjin Gompa.
  • Observe the remote Himalayan lifestyle of the Tamang People.
  • Ascend the Kyanjin Ri, which is the trek’s highest point.
  • Taste the unique Nepali and Tibetan dishes.
  • Experience the culture and social norms of Tamang and Tibetan communities.
  • Opportunity to enjoy Himalayan wildlife, including rare species like red panda.

Difficulty Level of Langtang Trek 

Langtang Valley Trekking is a moderate-level trek. Anyone with decent physical and mental fitness can easily go for this trek. Since it is a moderate-level trek, it can’t be quickly completed. It will present you with several challenges along the way. Firstly, the total walking distance you must cover during the trek is around  70-80 Kms. The trails are mostly uphill, and you must walk 6-7 hours daily. The weather in the Himalayan region is unpredictable. You need to be all prepared for it. It might rain, or the temperatures might drop significantly. Not only that, but it might even snow, making the trails slippery.

One of the most common difficulties that trekkers face during the trek is Altitude Sickness. The Langtang region lies above 4000 m from sea level, and the oxygen level in this region is very low. Thus, there’s a high probability of trekkers suffering from Altitude Sickness. You need to consider these things before you set off to the Langtang region. This trek can be the best preparatory option for those planning to trek the Everest Base Camp Trek.

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12°C to 22°C
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5°C to 18°C
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-3°C to 12°C

The best time to visit

The best times to go to 8 Days Langtang Valley Trekking are spring and autumn. During this time of the year, the climate, temperature, and weather are stable and suitable for Nepal. Besides, if you travel here during this time of the year, you will thoroughly enjoy the beauty of the surroundings. Likewise, at this time, you will also get a Panoramic view of the mountains in Langtang, Ganesh, and Gauri Shankar Himal ranges. Therefore, if you travel here during this time, then it can double the fun and experience. However, this trek also can be done during the monsoon season.

8 Days Langtang Valley Trekking Day-to-day-Itinerary

Day 1

Drive to Syabrubensi

Day 1 Facts

Trekking Time Average

160km/05 hrs.
Drive to Syabrubensi
(Av.06 hours)


Hotel Old Namaste or Similar category



Included meals

Lunch, Dinner

Early in the morning, we board a bus and start our drive towards Syabru Besi. As we drive from Kathmandu, we are accompanied by beautiful views of hills and green forests. From Kathmandu, we drive to Syabru Besi. In the evening, you can explore Syabru Besi’s surroundings. Overnight in Syabru Besi.

Day 2

Trek to Lama Hotel

Day 2 Facts

Trekking Time Average

14km Hill hike
(Av.05 hours)


Hotel Sherpa/Friendly Guest House



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, we start our trek to Lama Hotel. Today, we trek through the dense subtropical forest. Most of the trek is through forests. After trekking for a few hours, we reach Bamboo, a popular trekking stop. We continue trekking to Lama Hotel and trek uphill through the bamboo forest until we reach Lama Hotel, overnight in Lama Hotel.

Day 3

Trek to Langtang Village

Day 3 Facts

Trekking Time Average

16km Uphill hike
(Av.06 hours)


Sun Rise Guest House or Similar category



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast in the Lama Hotel, we will trek to Langtang village today. We start the trek with a slightly steep route, gradually becoming steeper and tougher. The trail heads through the dense forests as the beautiful view of the Langtang range starts appearing in front of us. We then trek through meadows and cross several bridges to reach Langtang village. We can see the blend of Tibetan and Nepali culture in this village. You will pass by Riverside Lodge, Ghoda Tabela, Thangsyapu, and Chyamki villages, then finally reach Langtang village. Overnight in Langtang.

Day 4

Trek to Kyanjin Gompa

Day 4 Facts

Trekking Time Average

8km Uphill hike
(Av.03 hours)


Norling Guest House/Holy Land Guest House



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, we will be trekking to the most important places in the Langtang region – Kyanjin. After breakfast in Langtang Village, we will trek through a small village with stone walls and prayer flags as we ascend the gentle steep up to Kyanjin. Passing Mundu on the way, we will walk to Kyanjin. We get enough time to roam around the village after reaching there. Overnight in Kyanjin.

Day 5

Explore Around

Day 5 Facts

Trekking Time Average

Excursion around


Norling Guest House/ Holy Land Guest House



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We allocate a full day to explore the Kyanjin village and Langtang area. In Kyanjin, we explore the nearby Kyanjin Gompa. You can hike to the nearby Tserko Ri (4884m) and enjoy the beautiful view of the valley, including the mountains surrounding it, like Mt. Langtang (7227m) and its ranges. You can also interact with the locals and understand their lifestyle. You can also hike to Langshisha Kharka and visit the local cheese factory. Overnight in Kyanjin.

Day 6

Trek down to Lama Hotel

Day 6 Facts

Trekking Time Average

18km Hill hike
(Av.07 hours)


Hotel Sherpa/ Friendly Guest House



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, we start our journey towards the Lama Hotel. Then, we retrace the same route we trekked before. Today’s trek is relatively more straightforward than the earlier days. We trek down through the rhododendron forests, enjoying the beautiful scenes. We come across small Tamang settlements as we descend to Lama Hotel. On the way, we can stop at various places such as Yamphu, Singdum, Mundum, Langtang, Chyamki, Thangsyapu, Ghoda Tabela, and Gumnachowk and take photographs before reaching Lama Hotel, overnight in Lama Hotel.

Day 7

Trek to Syabrubensi

Day 7 Facts

Trekking Time Average

06 hours /14km Hill hike
(Av.06 hours )


Hotel Old Namaste or Similar category



Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On the last day of our trek, we will leave behind the beautiful Langtang region and trek down to Syabru Besi. After breakfast, we start the trek with a gradual ascend to Sherpa Gaon. We will hike through the rhododendron forest, enjoying the views of the Langtang range and Gosaikunda Lakes. We descend to Khanjim and then continue to trek to Syabru Besi. The next day, we will drive back to Kathmandu from Syabru Besi. Overnight in Syabru Besi.

Day 8

Drive to Kathmandu

Day 8 Facts

Trekking Time Average

160km Drive to Kathmandu
(Av.06 hours)


( 1295m./4273ft.)

Included meals

Breakfast, Lunch

After breakfast, we head towards the bus stop to board the bus to Kathmandu. We drive back to Pashang Lhamu Highway through the terraced fields and small settlements. After a while, we will drive along the Trishuli River with a beautiful view of green hills. A short drive of about 5-6 hours brings us to Kathmandu. You will be transferred to the hotel in Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.

What do you get in the Trip?

What's Included

  • Tribhuwan International Airport transfer ( Airport – Hotel – Airport)  in Kathmandu .
  • Lodge ( Twin share basis ) accommodation during the trekking.
  • All meals ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ) during trekking.
  • Langtang National Park fee and necessary permits .
  • One experienced, well trained, fluent English speaking, friendly, specialized in Langtang region and government authorized trekking guide including required porters (one porter for two persons ).
  • Guide and porter’s food, accommodation, salary, insurance, transportation and equipments.
  • Overland transportation as per mentioned in the itinerary.
  • A trekking map, duffle bag, first aid medical kit, water purification, Oxygen saturation check up everyday, company t-shirt and trekking completion certificate etc.
  • Assistance for emergency rescue evacuation.
  • Government tax and service charge etc.
  • Public Liability Insurance.

What's Not Included

  • Hotel accommodation and meals in Kathmandu
  •  Hard and soft table drinks such as tea/coffee, coke, fanta, alcoholic drinks, hot water, hot shower, mineral water, desert, bar bill, laundry and phone bill etc during trekking.
  • Personal Travel insurance.
  • Tips for guide and porters.( Highly suggested )

Route Map

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Group Discounts Available

Group of 1 - 1 $750.00 PP $550.00 PP
Group of 2 - 4 $650.00 PP $450.00 PP
Group of 5 - 8 $630.00 PP $430.00 PP
Group of 9 - 12 $610.00 PP $410.00 PP
Group of 13 - 16 $590.00 PP $390.00 PP
Group of 17 - 20 $570.00 PP $370.00 PP
Group of 21 - 25 $550.00 PP $350.00 PP

Need a private date?

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

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Traveler Reviews

Dear Tej we had a wonderful time on the Langtang Valley trek during the period of 29 March -5 April 2009 with our guide Dhan and porter Lok, they were very helpful since the very beginning of the trip when we rode local bus from ktm to syabru bensi and until back to Kathmandu again, with them taking care of the Luggage on the bus roof, we can only worry about the bumpy. our guide always choose good lodge and restaurant for us to stay, on the day we went for langshisha Kharka, they both went with us which provide to be good idea because one person had to return half way, escorted by Lok thank you  for such a  great Job!


Ae, Arunee & Chan

Apr 2023 • Couples Many thanks to Mr.Tej for all he did to help us have a good trek to Kyanjin Gompa. We had a porter cum guide who carried some of our equipment and ensured the whole trek progressed smoothly


Patrick Richard Wills


Additional Trip Information

Travel insurance

Travel insurance is very important for any trekking over 4000m. You must have your travel insurance with you. So, ensure your travel insurance company covers all your safety measures. Ensure that the insurance company provides you with every facility because it has a lot of benefits during the trek. Therefore, make sure your travel insurance covers your injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, rescue mission, loss of property, etc. Most importantly, make sure your travel insurance does not expire.

Fitness and experience requirements

Langtang Valley Trek is an 8-day long trek. So, you need to be both physically and mentally fit. In addition, it would be great if you had previous hiking or trekking experience. So, we recommend you go on a few short hikes or treks before this trek. Moreover, if you decide to do this trek despite your lack of experience, we highly recommend hiring an experienced guide. Furthermore, you should not have any heart and blood-related diseases. Consult your doctor before leaving for the trek if you’ve any health issues. Most importantly, you should be very passionate about the trek.

Safety and security

Langtang Valley Trek is a moderate-level trek, but it can be difficult for new trekkers. So, the safety and security of the trekkers are essential factors for our company. Similarly, we take complete care of our consumers and their property. Similarly, our trip constantly operates, monitoring every area of our travel. So, you should not worry about your belongings while traveling with us. Likewise, our accommodation facility is very safe, so you can enjoy yourself fully.

Food and Accommodation

You should not expect the standard quality of food and accommodation in this trek. Since the region lies in a remote part of the country and has no roadways, you can assume it to be basic. Tea houses and guest houses are the common accommodation options for this trek. The locals mostly run these, providing normal rooms with basic amenities. Your room may or may not have an attached bathroom. Finding a single room is rare, and you must share it most often. A big dining hall will mostly be where you can sit and communicate with the locals after dinner.

Dal Bhaat will be your go-to food option during this trek. You will be provided with three meals per day. Your food options will be limited as you ascend higher, but you will have options for your meal. The breakfast options include Tibetan bread, bread toast, eggs, tea or coffee, and cereals. The foods for your lunch and dinner will mostly be similar. The options include Dal Bhaat, Pasta, Noodles, Soup, Macaroni, Pizza, Potato wedges, etc.

Typical Day in Langtang Valley Trek

Your day will begin with breakfast at your accommodation. After breakfast, our guide will briefly brief you about our hike for the day. You will start your hike after the break. In general, your daily hike will be around 6-8 hours. Your lunch will be in a tea house in between your hike. There will be a resting period after your lunch, depending on the distance to be covered. You will be stopping at several scenic spots along the way. Finally, your dinner will be at the place where you will be staying.

What are Permits Required for Langtang valley Trek

A trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) card is a mandatory permit for trekking in Nepal. It stores data and information in record books, which helps ensure trekkers’ safety and security. There are two types of TIMS cards: green and Blue. If you’re trekking in a group, you will get a Blue card, but if you’re trekking Solo, you will get a Green card. The cost for a Blue card is Rs 1000, and the cost for a Green card is Rs 2000. For SAARC nationals, it’s Rs 300 and 600, respectively.

The Langtang Valley Trek means the Trek to the Langtang National Park. So, you will need an additional permit for Langtang National Park. This will cost you Rs 3000. Besides that, you should pay for the Shivapuri National Park if you choose to hike via the Helambu trail.

For all these permits, you can contact your touring companies. They can get you with ease. If your travel plan doesn’t cover this permit, you can get it from the Nepal Tourism Board Office or any Trekking agencies in Nepal. Moreover, these permits are also available at the National Park entrance point.

Gear List

Gears required for the trek vary upon destination and season. A comprehensive list of gear for all activities is listed on our dedicated page of Trekking Gear List

Asked Questions

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