Langtang Region trekking
Langtang region Trekking
Trekking in the Langtang Region is one of the most beautiful areas to trek north of Kathmandu. You can make a trek expedition or high pass treks, such as the 4 to 6 day Langtang Gosaikunda trek, the 10 to 14-day Ganjala pass to Helambu trek or the high pass trek at Tilman pass. The Tilman pass & Ganjala pass treks require tents, mattresses, food, and ropes, but the Tilman pass trek needs more equipment not listed here.
During the Langtang Himal Trekking, you will climb the Langtang Region trekking peaks Yala peak, Naya kanga, and YUBRA peak, which you will need to carry all necessary Mountaineering equipment, but for the Tamang Heritage trek and Langtang Gosaikunda treks, you won’t need to bring a tent or any other equipment, as you will find accommodations plus quality food as well as luxury beds and dining rooms during those treks.
What is the best way to go on this trek? Langtang trekking can be done with public buses from Kathmandu to Dhunche Syabrubesi or by private Jeeps, you can take a bus to Sundarijal and Langtang from where you can do the Ganjalapass trek which ends in Melamchi Pul for the Tilman pass you can get a bus from Chutkara District Sindhupalchok but you will enter Nuwakot and Rasuwa District first.
If you are lucky, you will see red pandas before Goshaikunda and after Ghoratablela, but red pandas stay far away from papules because they don’t usually stay near humans. A trek to Langtang Region provides very close views of over seven thousand-meter mountains, including Langtang Glacier view, so September to December and March to May are the best times to do this trek. A very close border with Tibet is visible during the trek.