Langtang trekking region dominates the northern central region of Nepal offering diversified hiking options. These alternatives range from 7 to 13 days of trekking adventures nearby Kathmandu valley with roadways that connects start and ending point of trek on private jeep or public bus. Basically, we will have tea house accommodation on every trekking day with an exception of few day camps in Ganja la pass trek. The local inhabitants are mostly from Sherpa and Tamang ethnic groups, who will welcome you with their open heart presenting their local meals while representing their culture and tradition. They have overcome the 2015 earthquake disaster and now in 2017 every route, lodges are restored and safe for trekking. Also excellent views of snow capped Himalayan range are seen especially from Kyangin Ri and Tserko ri. So, we can say that transportation, meals, accommodation, routes, culture, Himalayan views, safety and everything regarding Lantang trek encourages any avid traveler to make this happen sooner or later. Now let’s discuss about best time and the trekking route options based on how many days you have.
You can come and enjoy Langtang trekking trips during any time of the year. Trek routes at Ganja la pass and Gosaikunda are challenging and not recommended during winter. Besides that it is always a great time to go for Langtang trek. You will see blossoming rhododendron trees during spring months of March, April, May with clear views of Himalayan giants during autumn months of late September, October and November. One rainy months like July to mid September (monsoon), the trek is doable but you would rather expect of excellent vegetation, greeneries and not the Himalayan views. If you are lucky then only you can see the views during those cloudy months.
Of course, winter is cool and chilly, but offers excellent views!!