North of Kathmandu, Langtang region is the third most popular trekking region in Nepal. Though easily accessible from Kathmandu, it remains relatively unspoiled and less developed.Several great days of pleasant walk through dense forest and traditional ethnic settlements takes you to the holy Gosainkunda Lake and alpine yak pasture of Kyangin Gompa. The mountain views are genuinely inspiring. Over the years Gosainkunda has become one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans (the traditional witch doctors) as well as to many Hindu and Buddhist devotees. Crossing over the Laurebinayak Pass at an altitude of 4600m with an excellent view into Tibet is simply breathtaking.
Langtang Valley Trek is popular trekking in Langtang region. Langtang is a narrow valley that lies between the Himalayan ranges to the north and a slightly lower range of peaks just south of the Tibetan border. A Trek to this beautiful valley offers trekkers an exceptional diversity of scenery and culture while walking through some fascinatingly remote and relatively unpopulated areas.
The Ganjala Pass in the Langtang region is one of the most challenging passes in Nepal. It is situated at an altitude of 5160 m. The trail takes you over this pass as you make your way from Langtang village where the headquarters of Langtang National Park is located. The pass is normally blocked by snow in winter and the last few 100 m trails are dangerous.
Starting from the lovely hill town of Syabrubensi, our trek passes through beautiful conifer forests of the Langtang National Park on the way to the higher slopes. We cross over the high Alpine yak pastures, glaciers and moraines around Kyangin; the Sacred Lakes of the Hindus/Buddhist.