Langtang Valley Trek

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Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most beautiful natural, culturally, and easily accessible trekking destinations near Kathmandu. This trekking package is perfect for adventure seekers who want to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of Nepal close to the Tibet border and experience the thrill of trekking through the Himalayas.

The Langtang Valley Trek is a short but moderate trek that takes you through picturesque highland landscapes and remote mountain villages. The tour starts from the small town of Syabrubesi and takes you through dense forests, alpine meadows, and glacial moraines. You will trek past the various monasteries and reach the breathtaking Langtang Valley, which offers panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains.

This trek is suitable for both experienced and novice trekkers who want to experience the beauty of the Himalayas.

Starting and Ending Place: Syabrubesi 

Trekking Distance: 38-45 kilometers (Depending on Routes)

Langtang Valley Trek Highlights

The trek takes place within the Langtang National Park, which is known for its diverse flora and fauna. 

The park is home to over 1,000 species of plants and a variety of animal species. 

Hike through the "valley of glaciers," also known as the Langtang Valley. 

Magnificent snow-capped mountains like Langtang Ri, Langtang, Langsisa, and Ganjala Peak will be visible. 

Get a personalized experience of Tibetan Buddhism's culture and way of life. 

Stroll through magnificent rhododendron woodlands. 

See historic Buddhist sites including Kyanjing Gompa and Langtang Gompa. 

Climb Tserko Ri for its breathtaking scenery. Relax in charming teahouses when traveling.

Main Attractions of Langtang Valley Trek

Kyanjin Gompa (3870m)

In the village of Kyanjin, you'll find quaint monasteries alongside a small cheese factory known for producing top notch cheeses in the Langtang region. Visiting this area offers insights, into the community's way of life. Provides opportunities to engage with residents especially capturing moments with their children that enhance the trek experience. Kyanjin Gompa stands out as the tea house stop on the Langtang Trek offering a perfect setting to discover the serene beauty of nature's hidden gems.

Langtang National Park

Langtang National Park protects wildlife and vegetation that can be discovered through the Langtang Valley Trek. Established in 1976 the park spans 1710 kilometers, with a buffer zone of 420 square kilometers. Visitors can observe a range of plants and animals. Exploring areas, like Langtang helps alleviate stress. Brings forth feelings of joy and contentment creating an unforgettable experience.

Langtang Valley Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Drive to Syabrubesi(1,550m) from Kathmandu
Day 2: From Syabrubesi(2,380m), hike to the Lama Hotel

Day 3: Trek to Langtang Village(3,430m) from the Lama Hotel

Day 4: Trek to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870m) from Langtang Village and then return to Lama Hotel.

Day 5: Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi and drive back to Kathmandu

Langtang Valley Trek Scenarios

Langtang Valley is celebrated for its incredible mountain vistas, verdant forests, and idyllic villages. While traversing the trail, you'll be gifted with panoramic vistas of majestic peaks such as Langtang Lirung (7324m), Ganesh Himal(7422m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), Porong Ri (7292), and Yala Peak (5520m). The journey also embraces the charm of organic rhododendron forests, pristine alpine meadows, and shimmering glacial lakes, ensuring an authentic and nature-filled experience.

Langtang Valley Trek Cultural Encounters

 Langtang region is a captivating haven predominantly inhabited by the Tamang people, who embody a rich and distinct culture deeply intertwined with their way of life. Immerse yourself in the tapestry of this organic experience as you trek through the villages, forging connections with the warm and welcoming locals. Delve into their vibrant heritage by visiting ancient monasteries and embracing the opportunity to gain profound insights into their cherished traditions and customs.

Langtang Valley trek route

Starting from Syabrubesi our journey winds its way, through forests of rhododendrons and oak passing by waterfalls and traditional Tamang communities. As we make our way we will pass through the Lama Hotel settlement before reaching Langtang Village, where we can experience the rich cultural traditions of the Tamang people. Moving further upwards we will be welcomed by the Kyanjin Gompa situated amidst peaks and grazing grounds for yaks providing stunning views of the Langtang Lirung mountain range. Finally, we will retrace our path back, to Syabrubesi taking in the mesmerizing beauty and peace of the Langtang Valley as we wrap up our trek. 


Langtang Valley trek distance

The total distance of the Langtang trek route is 65 kilometers/40 miles. You will finish this hiking distance in 6 days of trekking. The Trek covers places like Syabrubesi, Langtang Village and Kyanjin Gompa. 

Langtang Valley Trek altitude

Starting from Syabrubesi at around 1,550 meters, above sea level the trail gradually goes up as hikers progress towards Lama Hotel, located at 2,380 meters. Continuing onwards the path steadily ascends to Langtang Village at 3,541 meters. As travelers venture deeper into the valley they climb up to Kyanjin Gompa, perched at an elevation of 3,870 meters. This marks the point of the trek and represents the peak of our journey.

Other Treks in Langtang Region

Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

Gosaikunda Lake Trek

Langtang Valley Gosaikunda Lake Chisapani Trek


The trekking journey starts with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, which is a small town located at an altitude of 1,550 meters. The drive takes around 7-8 hours, and along the way, you will get to enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayas, lush green forests, and traditional villages.

Upon reaching Syabrubesi, you will check into your tea house, where you will spend the night. 

After having breakfast at the tea house, you will start your trekking journey to Lama Hotel, which is located at an altitude of 2,380 meters. The trail goes through dense forests of rhododendron, bamboo, and oak trees, which are home to a variety of wildlife. Along the way, you will also get to enjoy the stunning views of the Langtang Himalayas.

Upon reaching Lama Hotel, you will check into your tea house, where you will spend the night. 

On day 3, you will start your trekking journey to Langtang Village, which is located at an altitude of 3,430 meters. The trail goes through traditional Tamang villages, where you can experience their unique culture and traditions. You will also get to enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayas, including Langtang Lirung (7,227m), Ganesh Himal (7,422m), and Dorje Lakpa (6,966m).

Upon reaching Langtang Village, you will check into your tea house, where you will spend the night. 

On day 4, you will trek to Kyanjin Gompa, which is located at an altitude of 3,870 meters. Along the way, you will get to enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayas, and you will also visit the famous Cheese Factory, where you can taste the local cheese. After spending some time in Kyanjin Gompa, you will trek back to Lama Hotel, where you will spend the night. 

On the last day of the trek, you will trek back to Syabrubesi, where you will catch your ride back to Kathmandu. The drive back takes around 7-8 hours, and along the way, you will get to enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayas and traditional villages.

Upon reaching Kathmandu, our representative will drop you off at your hotel, marking the end of the trekking journey. 

Included & Excluded Items in the Trip Package


  • Both-way Local Transportation

    Tea house lodging while on the tour every meal while on the journey (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

    Experienced English-speaking guide (Including their accommodation, food, salary, and insurance)

    One extra Guide for more than every 6 trekkers

    Card for the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) and entry pass for Langtang National Park

    First Aid kit

    All government taxes


  • International airfare

    Travel Insurance

    entrance visa costs for Nepal

    Tips for guide

    Personal costs include refreshments, food, and trinkets

Best Time to do Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek can be doable for the whole year except the rainy season (June July and August) although spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) seasons are ideal for undertaking the Langtang Valley Trek.

The trekking route is covered in vibrant rhododendron flowers in the spring when the weather is moderate. The daytime temperature is often between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius, and the clear skies offer stunning views of the mountains in the area.

The autumn season is another ideal time to do the Langtang Valley Trek. The weather is stable, and the skies are generally clear. The temperature is cool and pleasant, making it ideal for trekking. The views of the mountains are particularly spectacular during this time, with clear visibility and vibrant colors.

It is still possible to do the trek in the winter (December to February) and monsoon (June to August) seasons, but it can be challenging due to the cold weather, snow, and rain, respectively. The trail can be slippery and difficult to trek, and the visibility can be limited due to cloud cover.

Overall, the best time to do the Langtang Valley Trek is during the spring and autumn seasons, when the weather is most favorable for trekking and the views are stunning.

Langtang Valley Trek Location 

 Langtang Valley Trek nestled just 120km north of Kathmandu, is a truly enchanting and delightful journey. Situated within the Langtang National Park, near the border of Tibet, this trek emanates a sense of closeness and beauty. Embarking from the charming Syaprubeshi, the trail gracefully guides you into the captivating Langtang Valley.

Along the way, you'll traverse lush jungles, cross rivers teeming with life, and witness cascading waterfalls that shimmer with ethereal allure. As you wander through quaint local villages, your heart will be embraced by the surrounding mountains, majestic and awe-inspiring.

Langtang Valley Trek Duration

The duration of the Langtang Valley Trek is flexible, allowing for customization based on your interests and timeframe. While the trek can typically be completed in 5 to 10 days, the route options may vary. Rest assured, we'll tailor the journey to create a sweet and personalized experience just for you.

Langtang Valley Trek Difficulty

The Langtang Valley Trek presents a level of challenge featuring sudden and extended uphill sections. Within the two days you will ascend, over 2,000 meters. The trail meanders through forests with an incline until the third day. Beginning at an altitude of 3,870 meters on the day may pose a challenge for novices. If well prepared and physically fit you can opt for an early morning hike, to Kyanjin Ri on the day. 

The hike will only take three hours on the day. Also hikers need to be prepared to walk for 6 to 7 hours daily with backpacks which can be challenging for many. Altitude sickness is somehow a concern. The trail gains elevation quickly with some days seeing an increase of, over 1000 meters. Any trek, in Nepal, shouldn't be underestimated. The overall difficulty of this hike is considered moderate. Remember to stay hydrated and eat meals to combat mountain fatigue.

Preparations for Langtang Valley Trek

To prepare for the challenges of hiking in the Langtang Valley it's important to focus on your fitness. Engage, in activities like conditioning, elevation training and strength endurance exercises. Incorporate exercises such as jump squats, hip rolls, step ups with heels down and hip clocks into your routine. Additionally include workouts such, as swimming, jogging, cycling and brisk walking to help your body become more efficient in low oxygen environments through exercise. As a result, It's less probable to experience altitude sickness. 

You should also focus on building up your leg and core muscles as the entire journey involves a lot of walking. This will not only help with hiking but also, with carrying your gear. Improving your balance is crucial as you'll encounter terrains. Its recommended to practice elevation training. Prior to your trip, to Nepal consider preparing by taking hikes near your home.

Langtang Valley Trek Permit

You will need to obtain a Tims card and Langtang National Park for to undertake this trek.

Tims card

You can get TIMS cards from either the Tourism Board Office located at Pradarshani Marg Bhrikutimandap, in Kathmandu or at the TIMS checkpost in Pokhara. We will assist you fully in obtaining permits so you can relax. 

To obtain the TIMS card you will require 

your passport

a completed form ( at the office) 

two passport-size photos, in color or black and white.

Langtang National Park Permit

When planning to trek in the Langtang region of Nepal it is essential to have both the TIMS card and the Langtang National Park entry permit. These permits not allow you access, to the area but also contribute to the conservation initiatives aimed at preserving the parks beauty and sustainability. You can acquire these permits either at the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu or directly at the starting points for treks in Langtang Valley, such, as Dhunche or Syabrubesi.


Travel Insurance:

As a gesture of sincere concern, we recommend that all our cherished guests obtain travel insurance. This thoughtful measure ensures that you are shielded from any unforeseen economic hardships that may arise, including the provision of emergency medical evacuation and rescue services. Your peace of mind and well-being are of paramount importance to us, and we strive to envelop you in a cocoon of care throughout your unforgettable journey.

Langtang Valley Trek Guide:

With utmost care and thoughtfulness, Bold Himalaya is dedicated to offering you the invaluable support of a knowledgeable guide. This remarkable companion will graciously share captivating insights into the rich tapestry of culture and history that envelops the region. Their presence will empower you to embark upon your trek with a sense of ease and security, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the wonders that await. 

Porter Arrangement

If you require the assistance of a porter, an additional fee of $150  is applicable for 5 5-day trek. These remarkable individuals graciously shoulder burdens of up to 20 kg, ensuring that your journey remains unburdened and delightful.

Langtang Valley Weather:

Langtang Valley Trek offers a chilly mountain experience, colder than Kathmandu and lower regions. Winter (December and January) brings the possibility of snowfall, while the rainy season sees heavy rainfall. Temperatures can drop to -15°C in winter and -3°C in summer. Given the unpredictable mountain weather, check forecasts beforehand and pack accordingly for your trek.


Packing List for the Trek:


Hiking boots Hiking, socks Thermal (base layers), Fleece jacket, down jacket, Sleeping Bag, Liner, Waterproof jacket, trekking pants, Gloves or mittens, Warm hat or beanie, Sun hat.


Daypack Duffel bag or backpack for porter Waterproof cover for backpack


Trekking poles Sunglasses Headlamp with extra batteries Water bottles or hydration system First aid kit Personal medication Sunscreen Lip balm Insect repellent Toiletries


Camera or smartphone with a good camera Power bank or portable charger Universal adapter


Passport with a valid visa, National Park Permit, TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card Travel insurance policy

Other facilities on the Trek

Medical Facilities:

In the event of a medical emergency during the Langtang Valley trek, basic medical facilities are available at the local village these facilities may be limited, but they can provide essential care and support.

It is advisable to carry a basic first aid kit and any necessary personal medications during the trek. In case of a serious medical emergency, evacuation arrangements can be made to transport you to more advanced medical facilities. 


Most of the teahouses and lodges have Wi-Fi facilities, and you can also make international calls from some of the villages along the trekking trail.

Money Exchange and ATM:

You can exchange currency or withdraw cash from ATMs in Kathmandu or the nearby town of Syabrubesi before starting the trek. However, it's advisable to carry enough Nepalese currency with you on the trek.

Electricity and Internet:

Teahouses along the Langtang Valley Trek offer electricity for devices charging at a small fee. You'll also find cellular connectivity with networks like NTC and NCELL. Additional charges may apply, but rest assured, the tea houses provide internal facilities for a connected and blissful journey.

Responsible Treks

We kindly request all our guests to respect the local culture, customs, rules, and regulations, while also prioritizing the preservation of nature and the well-being of the local community. Let's leave behind nothing except footprints, ensuring we leave the pristine untouched and communities untouched and unharmed.

Tipping in Nepal

In Nepal, it is customary to follow a tipping system as a gesture of appreciation for the services provided. As a general guideline, it is recommended to offer a minimum of ten percent of the total bills as a tip for crew members and drivers who have assisted you during your journey.

However, the decision to tip and the amount is entirely at your discretion, and you may choose to adjust it based on the level of service and your satisfaction. Tipping is a way to acknowledge their hard work and dedication, and it is greatly appreciated by the individuals who have contributed to making your experience memorable.

Group and Private Trek for Langtang Trek:

At our agency, we offer the flexibility to choose between group treks or private treks based on your preferences and requirements. We have scheduled group treks that you can join, providing an opportunity to meet fellow trekkers and share their experiences. 

Additionally, if you have a specific group interested in the trek, such as friends, family, or colleagues, we can organize a private trek exclusively for your group. Whether you prefer the camaraderie of a group or the privacy of a private trek, we are dedicated to creating a tailored experience that suits your needs. contact us +977-9849615880

Security and Safety on the Trek

Nepal and its majestic mountains are renowned as one of the world's safest destinations for trekkers of all religions and races. We kindly request that all our guests take necessary precautions to keep their important personal belongings safe, ensuring a worry-free journey. 

To ensure your safety, our guide diligently checks the weather conditions every day before embarking on the trek. While rare, natural phenomena like storms, snowfall, floods, or landslides may occur. In such circumstances, please adhere to the guide's instructions and guidance for a secure trekking experience. Your well-being is our top priority, and we are committed to minimizing any potential risks along the way.

During the trip, your well-being is our utmost concern. If you experience any health issues, please inform your guide immediately. Additionally, if you have any pre-existing health conditions, we strongly recommend consulting with a medical professional beforehand for personalized advice and guidance. Your safety and comfort are our top priorities throughout the journey. 

Drinking Water in Langtang Trek

To minimize plastic pollution and ensure access to safe drinking water during the Langtang trek, we recommend using alternative options. While mineral water is available along the route, it can be expensive and contributes to plastic waste at higher altitudes. Instead, you can find spring or tap water at most locations for refilling purposes. We highly encourage carrying a water filter bottle to purify water or purchasing boiled water from teahouses as a sustainable and cost-effective solution.

Extra money for the trek

Every trekker is advised to carry additional funds for expenses such as extra water, drinks, charging electronic devices, and showers. We recommend budgeting approximately 1000 to 1500 units of local currency per day to cover these additional costs. It's important to be prepared to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable trekking experience.

Meeting and briefing before heading to Langtang Valley Trek

We offer airport pickup services, where our company representative will greet you at the airport and transport you to your hotel. They will also provide you with a scheduled meeting time for a trek briefing. While this package does not include accommodation in Kathmandu, please feel free to inquire if you require lodging in Kathmandu.

The evening before the trek departure, we will conduct a comprehensive briefing session in Kathmandu, ensuring that you and your fellow group members are well-informed about the trek ahead.

Extension of Trip

The 5-day Langtang Valley trek short adventure trek, If you wish to extend your journey, you have the flexibility to tailor it according to your interests. You can choose to extend your trip to other regions for additional trekking experiences, thrilling rafting adventures, Chitwan jungle safaris, and more. Check out Best Things to do from Kathmandu after the trek

We are here to assist you in planning and arranging the perfect itinerary to fulfill your travel aspirations beyond the Langtang Valley. 

Hot Shower and Laundry services in the Trek

All the tea houses along the Langtang Valley trek provide the convenience of hot shower facilities, even during winter. However, please note that there is an additional charge for using the hot shower service. 

Laundry services are unavailable during the Langtang Valley trek, so it is advisable to pack enough clothes to last for your trek.

Langtang Valley Trek Altitude Sickness

Many trekkers, on the Langtang Valley Trek face altitude sickness also called mountain sickness (AMS) as they climb to elevations quickly without taking enough time to adjust. Symptoms include headaches, nausea, dizziness, fatigue and trouble sleeping. In instances altitude sickness can progress to conditions, like altitude cerebral edema (HACE) or high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) necessitating urgent medical care.

To reduce the chances of altitude sickness while trekking in the Langtang Valley it's important for hikers to gradually climb higher giving their bodies time to acclimate to the oxygen levels at increased altitudes. Staying well hydrated is key so hikers should remember to drink lots of water during the trek. It's also an idea to steer clear of alcohol and caffeine since they can lead to dehydration. 

Some hikers might find it helpful to take acetazolamide (Diamox). Similar medication, as a precaution, against altitude sickness. It's best to consult a qualified healthcare provider before doing so. Instantly inform your guide if you feel any symptoms of Altitude sickness. For severe cases, you might have to descend to lower altitudes and cancel your trip.

Langtang Valley trek cost

The Langtang Valley Trek package costs 395 USD for a single person. The package consists of food accommodation and transportation costs. We also provide a proper guide as a part of the package. For comprehensive information about the list of things included and excluded in this trek package check out the include/exclude tab of this page.

No of Person Price Per Person
No. of Person 1 - 0 person Price Per Person 395.0
No. of Person 2 - 3 person Price Per Person 350.0
No. of Person 4 - 6 person Price Per Person 325.0
No. of Person 7 - 11 person Price Per Person 300.0


Tea House Local Lodge Accommodation on Langtang Valley Trek

During the Langtang Valley Trek, you'll find cozy and eco-friendly teahouses/lodges nestled along the trail. They offer comfortable twin-bed rooms with clean bedding, shared bathrooms (squat or Western-style), and delightful communal dining areas.

Embrace sustainability by bringing a sleeping bag. Limited electricity may require a fee for device charging. Book ahead for a seamless experience. Enjoy organic meals, connect with fellow trekkers, and immerse yourself in nature's beauty, supporting eco-conscious practices.

About Meal

During the Langtang Valley Trek, you will be treated to wholesome and nourishing meals that will keep you fueled throughout your journey. Here's an overview of the organic meals you can expect:


Start your day with a delightful spread of options including fluffy pancakes, freshly baked bread, eggs prepared to your liking (fried, scrambled, or boiled), nourishing porridge, wholesome muesli, and traditional Tibetan bread. Enjoy a cup of aromatic tea, coffee, or hot chocolate to kickstart your morning.


For lunch, relish a satisfying combination of dishes such as dal bhat (a comforting platter of rice, lentil soup, and vegetables), flavorful noodles, mouthwatering pasta, delectable momo (dumplings), tasty sandwiches, fragrant fried rice, or crispy fried noodles. Fresh fruits and refreshing salads are also part of the midday meal.


Indulge in a heartwarming dinner experience with options like dal bhat, an assortment of curries including chicken, vegetable, or lentil, comforting noodles or rice dishes, soft and warm chapati (flatbread), delightful pizza, or traditional Tibetan delicacies like thukpa (noodle soup) and tingmo (steamed bread).

What sets us apart is our commitment to delivering an extraordinary and memorable trekking experience, while prioritizing sustainable tourism. Our team ensures a safe and enjoyable journey, while also making a positive impact on the local community and environment. We offer personalized hiking packages tailored to your preferences and budget.

Reserve your Langtang Valley adventure today and join us in experiencing the splendor of the Himalayas. Contact us now at +977-9849615880 for an unforgettable journey.

Embarking on the Langtang Valley trek is truly a worthwhile experience. The trek rewards you with breathtaking scenery that includes majestic Himalayan ranges, mesmerizing glaciers, and picturesque landscapes.

As you explore the region, you'll also encounter the vibrant Tibetan-influenced culture, immersing yourself in the local traditions and customs.

The Langtang Valley trek offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural immersion, making it a remarkable journey for trekkers seeking unforgettable moments and awe-inspiring vistas.

The term "Langtang" refers to a region in Nepal called the Langtang Valley, situated in the central part of the country. "Langtang" originates from Tibetan, with "Lang" meaning "ox" and "Tang" meaning "plain" or "meadow." Thus, "Langtang" translates to the "Valley of the Oxen" or the "Ox's Meadow." This name highlights the region's agricultural and pastoral character, characterized by breathtaking valleys, lush meadows, and fertile grazing lands.

The Langtang region is highly esteemed for its trekking routes, attracting adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

The Langtang Valley Trek culminates at the majestic Langtang Kyanjin Ri, situated at an impressive altitude of 3870 meters or 12,697 feet. This enchanting vantage point treats trekkers to awe-inspiring, panoramic vistas of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

A beloved highlight of the trek, Langtang Kyanjin Ri captivates with its breathtaking beauty, allowing you to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring splendor of the Himalayas.

The Langtang Valley Trek, graded as moderate, welcomes beginner trekkers who prepare and acclimatize. Despite challenges like diverse terrain and altitude, proper planning and breaks ensure successful completion.

With expert guidance and mindful pacing, beginners can cherish the rewarding Langtang Valley adventure and its breathtaking landscapes.

The Langtang Valley, nestled north of Kathmandu, is situated at an approximate air distance of 51 kilometers (32 miles) from the capital city. However, the actual trekking route to reach the Langtang Valley trek starting point called Syapru Beshi is 120 kilometers north of Kathmandu, and after several days of hiking you will reach Langtang Valley

The duration of the Langtang Valley Trek is influenced by various factors, such as the chosen routes and the personal preferences of trekkers. On average, it typically takes between 5 to 9 days to complete the trek. Some trekkers may opt for shorter itineraries, finishing the trek in 5 days, while others may prefer a more relaxed pace, allowing them to delve deeper into the region and extend their journey to 9 days or beyond.

Embark on the Langtang Valley Trek with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syapru Beshi, followed by a delightful two-day hike to reach the enchanting Langtang village.

The Langtang Valley Trek offers its best experience during the months of January, February, March, April, May, September, October, November, and December. These months provide favorable weather conditions and clear views of the majestic landscapes, making them ideal for an unforgettable trekking adventure in the Langtang Valley.

To ensure a smooth and regulated trekking experience, it is necessary to obtain TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) and National Park permits for the Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley trek's elevated location offers a perpetually cold climate. As you ascend, the frigid temperatures intensify, with the upper reaches even colder than the lower areas.

Winter brings bone-chilling lows of -20 degrees Celsius, while summer's mid-day sunshine brings a pleasant warmth of 15 degrees Celsius, embracing the Langtang Valley in delightful tranquility.