The Langtang Valley, also known as the “valley of glaciers” offers an abundance of wildlife experience, rich cultural and historical importance. The highest elevation point in Langtang Valley Trek is 5,000m above sea level. Couple this with picturesque scenery such as pine forests, swift mountain streams, rugged rocks, and mountains rising; it is bound to be a unique experience. During this trek, you will understand the history of the Tibetan ancestry and their way of living, agriculture, and trade.
After the massive earthquake in 2015, most of the Langtang valley was destroyed and now they are making a comeback as you can see the warm and gentle smile while welcoming you. You can enjoy not only the colorful dresses of the people but also the blooming rhododendron forests, birds, and butterflies. The weather in the Himalayas is always unpredictable, especially in the upper reaches. Therefore, it is essential to pack all the necessary equipment while trekking in Langtang Valley.
Highlights of Langtang Valley Trek:
- Langtang Valley also known as the “Valley of Glaciers”
- Observe Fascinating Mountain views
- Unspoiled Nature with pine forests, mountain streams and wild animals
- Unique landscape for agriculture and farming
- Taste local cuisine with amazing view of the himalayas
- Experience Nepali – Tibetan community livelihood
- Spectacular Mountain Monastaries
If you’re planning to trek during monsoon season, stay cautious on the trail. There are plenty of landslide-prone areas en route to Langtang Valley. While this trek may be relatively easy for experienced trekkers, it does demand a certain level of physical fitness and attitude. One proper way to keep you fit for the trek is to engage in cardio-oriented exercises.