Langtang Trek- paramount of 360 degree Himalayan view

Posted Jun 15th, 2014 under Travel Guide, Trekking & Hiking,

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After six hours of bumpy ride from Kathmandu via Nuwakot we arrived to Syabrubeshi, the starting point for the trekking to Langtang. Day rest at Syabrubenshi to acclimatize well before gaining higher elevation is a fine strategy to begin the trek. It is a warm neighbor hood, as all travelers end up before and after to this spot. On the other hand if you have forgotten any of your gears, you’ll definitely get to buy supplies here. Next day starting early to reach Lama Hotel is a 1348m climb, where you come across very few tea houses. Reaching Lama Hotel and enjoying the pleasing sound of the river will certainly relax you after a long day’s walk. Travelers and locals gathering around the fire place is some sight. For addition food prepared by timber fire is a delicious treat.

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The trial towards the next place tomorrow cross passes a very windy region with Rocky Mountains on your left throughout the route. In Lama Hotel there are hardly ten tea houses or guests places. As in Langtang Village there are several more hotels with additional telephone services and internet facilities. A night at 3500 meters from 2748 meters might only seem 800m above regarding the previous days 1400m climb, but to tell you, the wind in this area will make you feel way above than its actual altitude. It is likely to stay close to the fire place in the common dining room. During night, sky filled with bright stars look very clear and near. Locals and guest house owners and workers are very hospitable .Endless flow of hot tea and coffee is a must. Accommodation is up to the scale for a trekking route.

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Again, the next day might only seem 300 meters climb from 3500m to 3800m, the highest point you will go in the trek unless you cross a pass beyond it to reach Gosaikunda. Kyangjin is situated at 3800m above sea level .Be prepared for some snow fall even at 3800m. Orbital view of Himalayas and snow capped Rocky Mountains is by far the awesome Himalayan panorama. Sight of yaks grazing on the hanging cliffs is a thrilling sight. Since it is a national park your intake of protein will be only eggs and cheese, no meat. Kyangjin has its own cottage industry for cheese. Do visit if you can take out some time from you rest. The day when you head back, you can start a little early and walk for an hour to reach to the view point at 4000m, definitely worth making that small climb.

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Coming down might look easy but don’t over do your self, at times it might be heavy on you knees, as per your endurance and dropping of altitude you can decide for your self where you want to stop for a night. Langtang is precious traveler’s destination, surrounded with scenic beauties, Flora and fauna plus wildlife. Visit for yourself and know the difference!

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Michael Jenkins accompanied by our tour leader

Text and photo credits to: Bishant Bista

Langtang trek- Easy Access from Kathmandu

Posted Oct 29th, 2013 under Testimonial,

Unlike the Everest and Annapurna regions, Langtang is located closer to Kathmandu and hence easily accessible. The region protected by Langtang National Park since 1971, has been now a major tourist destination because of the range of treks it offers. The home to a valley and a mountain of the same name the conservation area has five climatic zones, and a diverse mix of flora and fauna. Scenic mountain views and insight into the cultures and practices of its native Tamangs are also the major highlights of the trek. The sacred Gosainkunda Lake, the Kyanjin Gompa and Singa Gompa, the historic Rasuwa Gadi fort and Tatopani (natural hot springs) are other highlights of the trek

Kyanjin Ri 4350m was additional highlight and set goal for Ms. Deborah and Mr. Loren Sorensen during their trek to Langtang Region this autumn. Sorensens from Denmark through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel enjoyed the 3600 view of Langtang Himalayan region dominated by Langtang Lirung 7246m from the summit of Kyanjin Ri.

Sorensens had to say something on trek and Explore Himalaya’s staffs before they departed back home.

“Nita, our tour officer was organized and she received us right on time. Amar was enthusiastic and he briefed us very well on trek. Our trek guide Merman was great. Every moment of the trip has been special and trek part to Kyanjin Ri has been the best of the bests. We had a great time.”

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Dining tent was also supplied for meals. Nice detail having candle lit dinners! We stayed in one mountain hotel during pouring rain and Sanu organized it very easily.

- Stephen Allridge & Catherine Duchock, Australia Read Testimonials | Submit Your Testimonial

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