Langtang Trekking is leading to the green foot of glacier high in the Langtang valley. The trail passes through Tibetan and Tamang villages. And offers perfect views of the Langtang Lirung 7727mtrs and Ganesh Himal Range across to the northwest. Although the trek passes through lightly populated and undeveloped areas. It is still possible to stay at lodges at various points along the route. Ascending from just 541mtrs of Trishuli Bazaar to 3870mtrs at Kyangjin Gompa. Gosainkunda 4380mtrs to Lauribina Pass 4610mtrs the trail passes through an ever-changing climate. It offers trekkers an exceptional diversity of scenery and culture. You can get an opportunity to explore the local lifestyle and festivals. You can see various types of wild animals along with visiting the ecological heaven in the region-Langtang National Park.
Langtang Valley is also known for its holy lake Parvati Kund on the Tamang Heritage Trail. And Gosainkunda (around there are 18 other Kunda). Thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the lake area every year. Especially during the full moon night (Janae Purnim Rat) lake is throning with pilgrims for a big festival every August. They’re very famous for producing Yak cheese, and visiting one of the cheese factories in the region can also be an interesting feature of the trek.