Langtang Triangle Trek is a less touristy area as compared to the Annapurna region and the Everest region. It offers unspoiled natural beauty with superb views of the Himalayas, picturesque scenery during the trek, and the Tamangs’ lifestyle and culture.
Langtang Triangle Trek is a combination of Tamang heritage trek/Langtang trek/Gosainkunda trek and Helambu trek. The trek difficulty ranges from easy to moderate and is only offered by Peace Nepal Treks (p) Ltd, with our expert guides and porters who trekked with us over decades and are fully acclimatized, physically fit, and strong to carry your luggage.
This trek is specially catered to those who are interested in doing a circuit trail in the Langtang region which starts from Syabrubesi and ends at Timbu in the Helambu region. It would take around 16 days in total whereby you will visit the newly open trekking Tamang heritage upwards of Langtang Gosainkunda and end with the Helambu trek. You will be reaching Cherko Ri (4,984m) to view the superb scenery of Langtang valley and cross the highest elevation Laurebina pass (4,610m) in the Gosainkunda trek and end off with the Helambu trek.
We will depart from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi which takes around 11 hours by local bus or 8 hours via private jeep for the first-night stay. The trek goes on to visit the Tamang heritage trail (Gatlang – Tatopani – Thuman-Bridim – Rimche), reaching 2,607m in Tatopani. The Tamang community lifestyle, culture, local monasteries, unspoiled nature of Dorje Lakpa (6,966m), Ganesh Himal (7,429m), Langtang Lirung (7,227m), Mt. Manaslu Himal (8,156m) Jugal Himal, Paldor Peak (5,896m) and many more mountains can be seen.
These few days of short trekking and experiences conclude the first part and for the second part of the journey, you will start the beautiful Langtang trek from Langtang village – Kyanjin Gompa (3,830m) for an overnight stay and also visit Cherko Ri (4,984m) and Kyanjin Gompa (Monastery), where many beautiful mountains can be seen.
After the Langtang Valley trek, we return via the same route back to Lama hotel and Thulo Syabru before following the route for Gosainkunda trek (which means sacred lake and according to legends, was created by the Hindu god ‘Shiva’ himself), crossing the Laurebina Pass (4,610m) and continuing to Helambu valley trek till Timbu which ends off the trek.
Day 01 Drive Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (1,503m).
Day 02 Trek Syabrubesi to Gatlang (2,238m).
Day 03 Trek Gatlang to Tatopani (2,607m).
Day 04 Trek Tatopani to Thuman (2,338m) via Brimdang and Nagthali (3,165m).
Day 05 Trek Thuman to Briddim (2,229m).
Day06 Trek Briddim to Lama hotel (2,390m).
Day 07 Trek Lama Hotel to Langtang village (3,430m).
Day 08 Trek Langtang village to Kyanjin Gompa (3,830m).
Day 09 Leisure day in Kyangin Gompa (3,870m) and visit Cherko Ri (4,984m).
Day 10 Trek Kyanjin to Lama Hotel (2,480m).
Day 11 Trek from Lama Hotel to Thulo Syabru (2,250m).
Day 12 Trek Thulo Syabru to Sing Gompa (3,330m).
Day 13 Trek to Gosainkunda (4,165).
Day 14 Trek Gosainkunda to Gopte/Tharepati (3,690m.
Day 15 Trek Thare Pati to Targe Gyang (2,600m).
Day 16 Trek Targe Gyang to Timbu (1,580m) and drive back to Kathmandu.
Langtang triangle trek is less crowded than the Everest and Annapurna trekking regions.
After your arrival in Kathmandu, our representatives at the airport will transfer you to your hotel and help you with checking in.
We catch the local bus Kathmandu to Syabrubesi which is the trek starting place along the Tamang heritage trek and ends the trek same place in Syabrubesi (about 9 hours driving). We can arrange the private Jeep as well upon your services requested paying extra and will be much easier and comfortable where ever you want to stop. Along with the driving, we can enjoy the views of the Himalayas, Overnight stay in Syabrubesi village.
From Syabrubesi village, our Tamang heritage trekking & walking destination towards the Himalayas starts with the spectacular mountains views of Langtang Lirung/Ganesh Himal and Shisapangma and reached at Gatlang village which is one of the villages of Tamang people and stays a night in Gatlang village.
Staying a night in Gatlang village, our next destination is Tatopani which means Nepal HOT WATER. We walk through the Chilime Hydropower dam with the views of Langtang Himalaya ranges, We stay a night in the tea house at Tatopani village.
Today, we can see the magnificent views of Langtang from Nagthali hill and after this continue walking towards the village of Bridang and Thuman, overnight stay in Thuman village.
our trek continues walking towards Briddim from Thuman which is a Tibetan village also can visit the monastery in this village and stay a night in Briddim.
Today we walk along the Langtang river, continue hiking across waterfalls and finally stop in Rimche before the trail descends to a settlement known as the Lama Hotel.
A three hours hike from Lama Hotel takes us to Ghortabela and another 30 minutes of climbing brings us to a point where the Langtang Valley begins.
From Langtang, it takes us about four hours of gentle ascension to reach Kyangin Gompa passing through the largest mani wall in Nepal which is written on it and made from stone. We walk around the Kanjin Gompa seeing beautiful mountain views, overnight stay in TEA HOUSE.
A day in Kyangin Gompa gives us the opportunity to visit Cherko Ri (4,984m) about 5 hours walking up and down and can be seen the majestic views of Langtang ranges. Overnight stay in same place Kyangin Gompa TEA HOUSE.
After breakfast in Kyangin Gompa retrace our steps to Lama Hotel downhill walking through the forest and river along the side.
From Lama Hotel, we head towards Syabrugaun and stop in between at Bamboo for lunch.
From Syabrugaun, after crossing rivers and passing through forests where the path is mostly uphill, you will stop for an overnight stay in Sing Gompa.
The trail leading to Gosainkunda is mostly steep and rugged. According to Hindu mythology, the holy lakes of Gosainkunda were created by Lord Shiva’s Trishul (three-pointed weapons) so that he could drink its cold water and quench his thirst.
Today, you will head towards Laurebina pass (4,610m), where the trail passes through a rugged country across three small lakes before finally arriving in Tharepati.
The trek to Targe Gyang from Thare Pati is a gentle climb across a school and a meadow.
The trail today passes through dense forests and crosses a number of streams before a gentle climb to the village of Timbu followed by a drive back to Kathmandu about 4 hours.
Today, you have time till your departure from Kathmandu and can visit the historical city of Kathmandu and tourist places in Thamel.
Note: Above holiday itinerary can be customized as our guest-specific requirements and can make shorter and longer. We design your holidays accordingly.
Water: Mineral waters are available at all stops during tea house treks (paying your own). You can also use tap water if you choose to use water purification tablets.
Medical support: An emergency first aid kit is carried by the support staff at all times.
Food on tea house trek: During tea house treks our guests pay for their own food (breakfast/lunch/dinner) at the lodge. It can be about USD $25 each day per person. You can choose your own meal as a menu in every tea house.
Travel Insurance is mandatory for all clients who choose to trek or climb with us. The insurance should cover you in case of emergencies like accidents, altitude sickness, and ambulance and helicopter rescue charges if required. Please carry a copy of your insurance papers while traveling in Nepal and do send us a copy as well. This will help us in making all the necessary arrangements in case of any sort of emergency.
The spring season of March/April/May is the best for holidays in the Nepalese Himalayas. The sky and the weather are very clear and sunny in these months and the temperature is warmer. At heights below 3,500 meters, you can expect temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees during the daytime, although these will drop at night. Once above 3,500m, you should expect significant temperature drops at night and early morning, often as low as -15 degrees.
There is some rain in these months, but nothing severe and this really helps to bring out the natural colors in the varied flora and fauna, especially in the national flower of Nepal, the rhododendron.
This is the primary time for tourism in Nepal with trekkers and mountain climbers seen all across the country.
Nepal experiences its monsoon season during June, July, and August, and it can sometimes last until mid-September. Some treks are possible in mid-June before the rains really get heavy, however, visibility can be limited.
The rains bring other challenges and obstacles. Mountain flights are not so frequent, while landslides can block the roads. Trekking in mid-June is still possible but we advise against the classic treks such as Everest due to the risk of long delays at Lukla which could potentially lead to missing international flights. If this is the only season possible for you, then we recommend treks in drier parts of the country such as Upper Mustang or Upper Dolpo. We can also suggest other activities such as white water rafting or visiting the National Parks at Chitwan or Bardia.
With very similar conditions to spring, the autumn season begins in mid-September and runs to mid-December, and is also ideal for trekking. This is a long window of good visibility and so there are a wide variety of trekking options available.
This time of year is also known for its festivals, especially the Dashain festival/Tihar festival and Chhad festival. There are also long national holidays so many people return to their villages to see family, making rural Nepal even more vibrant than normal. There is little rain and the skies are mostly clear with warm weather. This does mean that the trekking routes can be quite crowded in the most popular areas so we advise booking early to avoid the disappointment of full tea houses.
The less popular trekking regions such as Manaslu, Tsum Valley, Upper Dolpo, Mustang, and Naar Phu are great alternatives for those who want to avoid the crowds at this busy time.
December to February is the winter season in Nepal. Trekking at this time is not ideal and we advise against anything that goes into thin air as snowfall is common and temperatures can be extremely low.
Trips that can be done in winter include trekking in the hills around Kathmandu, Ghorepani, Poon Hill, Nagarkot, Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, or experiencing a homestay in one of the local villages. The biggest positive of this time of year is the excellent sunsets and sunrises which can often be enjoyed in rural areas.
There is something for everyone at any time of year in Nepal and the team at Peace Nepal Treks is happy to advise the most suitable for your needs.
Check-list of personal equipment:
Below is a checklist of equipment that we advise people have with them when visiting Nepal. This is a guideline only and will depend on the type of trip you are undertaking.
While we always suggest bringing your most important equipment from home, it is possible to buy or rent equipment in Kathmandu where almost all products and major brands are available, often at cheaper rates than you might find at home.
This equipment listed is prepared by our long experiences in trekking. During the treks, our porters can carry approximately 20kg in total while we recommend that any trekker carries their own day-pack that weighs between 8-12kgs which would include a camera, snacks, and drinking water for easy access.
If you’d prefer to share this Peace Nepal holiday trip with your own group of friends, we’ve got good news, it’s also available as a Private Adventure!, Our Private Adventure specialists are on hand to give you a quote or talk through some different options.
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