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Lantang Vally is one of the easier and more heavily traveled trekking routes in Nepal. It is also the same valley that was so badly hit by the earthquake in 2015. Typically people hike up to the head of the valley, spend a day or...More
Langtang Valley is best to trek. I found it amazing when I was there during April season first time in 1999 AD.After then I have been traveling once a year every. The vegetation are so diverse. Walking trail and wild animals abundantly seen makes one's...More
I loved trekking there so much last year, I took the tenth TOYL group there. Three nights and 2,000 feet was added to the itinerary. It is spectacular and I'd love to go again. Similar to trekking in Mustang without the wind/sand. Next time I...More
A week ago I went to visit Nepal for nearly 3 weeks and I felt in love with the place but mainly with its people. I think most of the people I met there had something we have lost in Western countries. It is difficult...More
On out way back from Langtang we crossed the beautiful village of Sherpa Gaun. The way along the hills is way nicer then walking in the valley with the forest. At the beginning of the village (or at the end if you come from Syabru...More
About 100Km then another 50km Bumpy road after your trekking point is start. along the taman heritage trail and up the Kyangjing Gompa, you need time about 15 days. you could make shorter and you could make your trekking trip longer. not so hard and...More
I walked two weeks between these beautiful mountains. we slept with the locals in guesthouses. the hikes were pretty heavy, but we took long breaks so we could recover. We were with a guide and carry and I would recommend it to anyone. The population...More
The various ways to reach Langtang Valley are by hiking for few more days(worth it!), probably by helicopter as well. Using land transport is pretty challenging as the off roads being highly risky.
For those who can hike 5-6 hrs a day, one can get...More
I used Nepal Lion Tours and Treks and they were great. Although i'm not sure if they do group tours - I think they only do private tours. Having said that, they joined me up with a British couple so in the end there were... More
I used Nepal Lion Tours and Treks and they were great. Although i'm not sure if they do group tours - I think they only do private tours. Having said that, they joined me up with a British couple so in the end there were three of us plus a guide and their porter, which made for a nice group. (This was for Poon Hill not Langtang by the way). Nepal is awesome! Enjoy!
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the easiest way to book is probably arriving to kathmandu a few days before and pick an agency here. online booking will most likely be more expensive. you also dont need a guide for the trekk, a map is enough in which case... More
the easiest way to book is probably arriving to kathmandu a few days before and pick an agency here. online booking will most likely be more expensive. you also dont need a guide for the trekk, a map is enough in which case you just need to sort the permits which should take 24h :) you can get the permits at the entrence to the park, but for double the price. if you are going i recommend staying at the woodland lodge, the owners are the most caring and friendly people, and the daal bhat is fantastic. at the top in kyajin there is the friendly guest house (i think, something with friend in the name anyway) that have indoor heating and hot water, a blessing in the cold. sorry for late reply, hope that it will still be useful.