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Highlights

  • Located in Langtang National Park, it is 132 kilometers (km) north of Kathmandu.
  • combination of Gumba, a distinctive culture, beautiful natural surroundings, and mountains.
  • Home to a variety of wildlife species, including the endangered red panda.
  • Lifetime exposure to varied landscapes, including forests, mountain passes, and glaciers.
  • View that includes Kangchenpo, Langshisha Ri, Dorje Lakpa, and Langtang Lirung.
  • Kyangjin Ri (4,772 m), Tserko Ri (5,000 m), and adventurous Ganja La are amazing viewpoints (5,122m).
  • A short trek in the Langtang Valley.

After a 6 to 7-hour picturesque drive from Kathmandu, the Langtang Short Trek starts at Syabru Besi. The trail winds its way through a forest of uncommon pine, juniper, rhododendron, bamboo, and other plants, as well as fast mountain streams, craggy rock, and at first, snow-capped summits. Most of the time the Langtang Short Trek track follows the Langtang River, however after you reach Ghodatabela the valley widens and opens up to a spectacular view of the Langtang Himal range as you move toward the Langtang and Kyanging Gumpa settlements. When you go on the Langtang Short Trek in the spring, rhododendron, orchid, and magnolia blossoms color the jungle, and the lofty mountains appear to be smiling a friendly white face at you.

You will spend the majority of your time walking in Langtang National Park. Where you can come across uncommon animals like red pandas, Himalayan black bears, wild boars, and Langur monkeys. The majority of the population in this region consists of ethnic Tamang groups. Who has carried on their culture, traditions, and farming practices from their ancestors to the present? Some individuals have a nomadic approach to livestock husbandry. If you’ve been to Tibet before, the short and simple trek up Langtang will bring back memories of your time there. Similar to Tibetan culture, way of life, and religious beliefs.

Langtang Valley
Langtang Valley was once famous as Namgodagam. Which means a secret country or the heavenly gate in the shape of a half-moon. The Langtang Valley of the Rasuwa districts is where this Hidden land is located. This location is revealed by the Teton Goden Chen. Afterward opened for exact meditation by Guru Thetan Glacken. When Namgodagam was first established. It was popular by the name Langtang, which had mythological connotations. Lang is the Nepali word for ox (male yak), and Thang is Khet (area). The ox turns flat on its back as the owner of Lang and another ox with two horns pursue the animal. This occurrence gave rise to the name Langtang. With the name Lansiya, Langshisa, the location of the ox’s death, is further illustrate.

The locals still hold annual rites honoring the dead bull in this area. Tibetans arrived in the southern region of the hidden country and began settling there. Kyanjin Gumba is the settlement’s administrative center, and pilgrims travel there to practice meditation. Additionally, this area is full of a lot of caverns. The Padmasambhava cave, which is located on the outskirts of Langtang Lirung’s eastern base Camp, is the most significant one. Pilgrims can walk from the Kyanjin monastery to this sacred site in two hours (Gumba). The locals who live here are of Tibetan descent.

Short Langtang Trek
Therefore, a short Langtang Trek is highly recommend for visitors to Nepal on short vacations. Who still wants to experience the country’s distinctive culture and mountain landscape. This can be organized throughout the entire year. One of the several treks offered in the Langtang National Park. The nine-day Langtang Short trip is renowned for being quick and simple and offering views of the high Himalayas. It would be our great pleasure to use our life experience as local guides and porters. To make your vacations more pleasant and relaxing as you desire. Following your vacation plans and areas of interest, Himalayan Guide Treks organizes a 9-day itinerary for the Langtang Trek. Similarly, this short trek is suitable throughout the year.

Daily Itinerary










What's included?

  • International airport picks up and drops service.
  • Bus Ticket to Syabru Bensi local bus.
  • Public Bus back to Kathmandu.
  • Drop at Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along with the trek).
  • Lodge accommodation on the Langtang Short Trek.
  • An Experience guide (including his salary, equipment, insurance, transportation, lodging, and food)
  • Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bag.
  • Legal documents (National Park Permit and TIMS).
  • All Gov Taxes.
  • Trekking and city map.
  • Trekking duffle bag if needed.
  • First aid medical box with Oximeter.
  • Some fresh and dry fruits along the trek.
  • Token of love from the company.
  • Farewell lunch or dinner as a suitable time.

What's not included?

  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance in case.
  • Porter services.
  • Cold drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer, etc.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower, and boiled water).
  • Tips are expected.

Fixed Departures

Sorry, No fixed departure dates availabe, Please request for private trip

Essential Information

Langtang Short Trek Information

Best time to visit the Langtang Region
You should choose the Langtang trek if you want to embark on a calm week-long trek near Kathmandu. In the varied seasons of Autumn, Spring, Monsoon, and Winter, the Langtang region experiences various weather patterns. The greatest seasons for this walk, however, are autumn and spring.

These seasons have consistent weather and tolerable temperatures. You will find it simple to walk on the drier trails throughout these seasons on warm, sunny days. Even though the mornings and nights can get colder, they are still tolerable because of the mountains.

Trekking Gear Required for the Langtang Trek
The most important part of the trip is this. Your equipment is important whether you're going on a quick or lengthy hike. Backpacking might be difficult if you are inexperienced with the weather patterns in a certain area. Not all of your trekking gear needs to be brought from home. There are countless trekking shops in Kathmandu. The store typically charges a low price to rent or buy the equipment. But you should bring the necessities from your country, including hiking boots, a trekking bag, etc. In Kathmandu's trekking shops, you may regularly rent gloves, jackets, sleeping bags, and other trekking supplies.

Guides and Porters requirement
The vast majority of people want to hike or climb with a guide and porter. To enable you to climb farther and at higher altitudes, a porter helps you carry your goods. In general, a guide can help you feel more comfortable in a strange place. Make sure your tour company is registered with both the Nepal Trekking Agencies' Association and the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) (TAAN). In addition, you must make sure that your business employs a qualified guide.

Langtang Valley Trek after Earthquake
2015 saw a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal. Her house and Langtang were both seriously damaged, and a lot of people's lives were affected.

The earthquake destroyed guesthouses and teahouses in addition to damaging some of these trekking routes. The avalanche completely buried the village. The trekking route was consequently shut down for a considerable amount of time.

The Nepalese government has just opened up this hike. No matter where you go in the world, you must have insurance since you never know what the future will bring. It is essential to carry insurance when trekking and traveling in Nepal. Insurance is typically required whether going hiking, trekking, climbing, or on an adventure.

Travel Insurance required for the Langtang Trek
No matter where you go in the world, you must have insurance since you never know what the future will bring. It is essential to carry insurance when trekking and traveling in Nepal. Insurance is typically required whether going hiking, trekking, climbing, or on an adventure.