Langtang Gosaikunda Trek
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Overview

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Itinerary is the best choice for travelers looking for trekking destinations near Kathmandu Valley. The trails take you through the vibrant villages of the Tamang community while exploring their culture and lifestyle.

Langtang Gosaikunda 15 Days Trek lies 52 km north of Kathmandu in the Rasuwa district. The trek lets you reach the two famous destinations of Langtang- Kyanjin Gompa and Gosaikunda Lake.

This journey is an excellent amalgamation of moderate trails and beautiful scenarios. The Langtang Gosaikunda routes are an excellent alternative for Annapurna and Everest Base Camp treks.

15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek is the epitome of pristineness entering the Langtang national park. The park is home to wildlife, ethnic villages, high peaks, and species of flora and plants.

You can see different animals, birds, and plants while walking through the forest trails. Some are red panda, musk deer, Himalayan Tahr, snow leopard, Ghoral, serow, Daphe, and more.

The trails also bless you with the view of snow-covered mountains like Dorje Lakpa, Kyunga Ri, Langshisha Ri, Changbu, Langtang Lirung, Gangchenpo, Yansa Tsenji, and more.

Most of the Langtang region is inhabited by Tamang ethnicity, so you get to be a part of their culture and tradition. Tibetan customs influence the lifestyle of these people, so they have a warm nature.

The Himalayan people are amicable and helpful who welcome their guests with open arms, and try their best to give them proper hospitality. They put the needs and comforts of the visitors over anything else.

The Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda begins with a drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi via Trishuli Bazaar. Then you trek to Lama Hotel the next and head to Langtang village from there.

From Langtang village, you hike to Kyanjin Gompa and acclimatize there. You climb up to Tsergo Ri during your rest day and return to Kyanjin Gompa. The following day, you descend back to Lama Hotel then to Thulo Syabru.

From this point, you climb up to Singh Gompa and then head to Gosaikunda Lake. You explore around the lake the next day and descend to Chandanbari. From there, you drop to Dhunche and drive back to Kathmandu.

Overall, Nepal Eco Adventure presents you a fun package that combines trekking to the two great destinations of Langtang region.

Things to Consider before Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

  • Best way to escape the busy trails of Everest and Annapurna treks
  • Beautiful view of snowy peaks like Yala peak, Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Kangchenpo, and more.
  • Visit the holy Gosaikunda Lake
  • Explore around Kyanjin Gompa and hike up to Tsergo Ri
  • Picturesque view of nature in the trials
  • Encounter beautiful birds, animals, and flowers in the trails
  • Enjoy the 360-view of nature from the marvelous viewpoint
  • Visit the UNESCO Heritage sites in Kathmandu
  • Pass through several traditional villages like Lama Hotel, Kyanjin Gompa, Singh Gompa, etc.
  • Visit an ancient Gompa of this region

Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival at Kathmandu Airport
Kathmandu Altitude: 1400 m above sea level

Overnight at Kathmandu

Welcome to Nepal Trekkers! Before us, the snowy peaks will receive you with their beauty as you enter the country. After hours of flying, your first night will be here in Kathmandu, the capital city.

Our office personnel will be waiting for you at the terminal to drive you to your respective hotel. Arriving at your destination, a garland of flowers will greet you at the entrance.

Then the representative introduces themself, helps you with the check-in, and leaves for the day. The day is unplanned, so you are free to rest, roam, or visit restros, bars, and pubs.

The streets of Thamel are a great place to visit for some chill and fun time as most of the dance floors, live music, and cuisines lie here. This area is bustling with people 24/7, so you can be at ease.

However, if you arrive in the mornings or afternoon, you can visit attraction sites that aren't mentioned in our sightseeing tour.
Day 2
Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing tour
Visit- Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, and Basantapur Durbar Square

Overnight at Kathmandu

Today is a fun day as you go sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley. It is a full-day tour that lets you visit Basantapur Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath.

A day is not enough to visit all the beautiful places, so you will only be exploring the famous UNESCO Heritage sites of Kathmandu. However, you can add an extra day or two after the trek to roam around Kathmandu valley but with an additional price.

After breakfast, the first place you go to is Kathmandu Durbar Square. This place was the palace of shah and Malla kings in ancient times. But nowadays, it has become an attractive site that consists of a temple for the living goddess (kumari), a museum, and more.

Your next destination is the Monkey temple that lies on top of a hill. This place is a holy site for Buddhists and an attraction site for tourists. You can see the whole of Kathmandu city from the top.

Then you drive to Boudhanath from there. Boudha Stupa is the next holy place for Buddhist followers, surrounded by restaurants and shops. You can light candles inside the stupa as well.

From there, you head towards Pashupatinath, a shrine of lord shiva. The temple rests on the bank of the Bagmati River and is a sacred place for Hindu followers. This place is mainly packed during Mondays and festivals.

After touring Kathmandu, you have your lunch and return to your hotel. In the lobby, your guide will give you a summary of the trek and leave for the day. If you have extra things to buy, you can hit the markets.
Day 3
Drive to Syabrubensi
Drive Duration: 7 to 8 hours

Syabrubesi Altitude: 2380 m above sea level

Overnight at Syabrubesi

Waking up early, you freshen up, fill your tummy, and wait for the guide in the lobby. Today you are driving from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi via the Prithivi Highway, covering 122 km.

Leaving the noisy city, you drive through the peaceful roads hearing the bird's chirp and river flow. The routes take you along the beautiful Trishuli river for the first half while passing several small towns and villages.

On the way, you also see the beautiful farmlands and cattle grazing in them. Viewing these scenarios, you reach Trishuli Bazaar, a lively town with several lodges and restaurants.

You stop here in the bazaar for your lunch and then continue the journey through the off-beat roads while driving uphill till Dunche. From here, you keep moving onwards and reach Syabrubesi after an hour or two.

Syabrubesi is the Gateway to the trekking routes of the Langtang region. This beautiful village lies below a green hill on the outskirts of Langtang National Park. This place somewhat resides in a gorge between two hills.
Day 4
Syabru Bensi Trek to Lama Hotel
Trek Duration: 6 hours

Lama Hotel Altitude: 2560 m above sea level

Overnight at Lama Hotel

Today after breakfast, you begin your trek to Lama Hotel from Syabrubesi, covering a distance of 11.3 km (7 miles). After heading out of the village, you turn towards the Bhote Koshi River and cross a suspension bridge over it.

Then follow the trail up along the river; you reach another suspension bridge that opens you to the beautiful rhododendron forest. Walking through the woods, you can see different wildlife like leopards, Himalayan black bears, wild goats, etc.

After, you walk for some time then reach Bamboo, where you have lunch. You pass several villages influenced by Tibetan culture and lifestyle while continuing the trek.

From here, you keep moving forward through the treasured forest trail of oak and rhododendron and reach Rimche. Then passing the primitive Tamang villages and verdant meadows, you make a steep and long ascent to arrive at Lama Hotel.

The trials today treat you with the stunning vista and vibrant culture plus the lifestyle of the mountain people. You pass several streams and cross over them, viewing the cascading waterfalls to reach your destination.

Lama Hotel is a beautiful village that is surrounded by forest and has several hotels you can choose from for the night. You can walk to the river, which is a few minutes away, or connect with the locals during your stay.
Day 5
Lama Hotel Trek to Langtang
Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Langtang Altitude: 3430 m above sea level

Overnight at Langtang

The hike from Lama Hotel to Langtang takes you through the beautiful trails that take your breath away. The route today does not have a long ascend, so the walk is easier than the previous day.

After breakfast, you hike up from Lama Hotel and pass the beautiful rhododendron orchard. Walking outside the grove, you cross the Langtang River and enter the colorful section of the forest.

As you keep moving forward, the trail widens and opens up to the fantastic view of mountains. You then hike some more through the forests and reach a ridge over the Langtang River.

A bit ahead from here is Ghodatabela, where you have our lunch. From here, you again cross the river using the wooden bridge and descend to a glacier moraine. On the other side of the moraine lies the beautiful Langtang village.

The 2072 earthquake hugely struck Langtang village, so you might still see some people rebuilding their hotels and houses. However, most of the town is already constructed.

This day you will have passed several forests and viewed some fantastic waterfalls on Kangjala and Langtang ranges. Take your time and explore the new village.
Day 6
Langtang Trek to Kyanjin Gomp
Trek Duration: 7 to 8 hours

Kyanjin Gompa Altitude: 3830 m above sea level

Overnight at Kyanjin Gompa

After breakfast, you leave the village behind and head for Kyanjin Gompa. The hike between these two villages offers you some of the spectacular views of the Himalayas.

Right after you head out, the trail takes a gradual uphill climb while crossing pastureland to Mundo. Many trekkers stayed here when Langtang village was under-construction.

Passing the village, you climb uphill to Sindum, then Yamphu, where you have your lunch. After a filled tummy, you again walk the trails and pass the beautiful dense forest.

The route then takes you through Laja Khola and up to a viewpoint that gives the panoramic sight of Kinshung and Lirung icefall. From there, you make a slight descent and reach Kyanjin Gompa.

The trail today is beautiful as you pass several Mani walls and Himalayas. The Kyanjin village is surrounded by mountains all around, so you are blessed with amazing views. You can also explore the town and visit the ancient Gompa.
Day 7
Day hiking to Tseku Ri and back to Kynjin Gompa
Hike Duration: 4 to 6 hours

Tsergo Ri Altitude: 5033 m above sea level

Overnight at Kyanjin Gompa

Your first acclimatization is at Kyanjin Gompa, where you explore the village and hike up to Tsergo Ri. You wake up early, freshen up, and head to the ancient Gompa.

After walking for a bit, you reach the stupa to participate in the morning prayer. Later, you roam around the area and enjoy the beautiful mountain views in the backdrop.

Then you return to Kyanjin Gompa and have your breakfast. After that, you begin your hike to Tsergo Ri, which is a tough climb to the top. The routes are not well-marked, so make sure to walk with the group.

The routes capture the serene natural beauty spread around the Langtang region, enfolding the religious significance. As you keep ascending the trails, you reach the top of Tsergo Ri that offers the fantastic view of Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, and more.

Enjoying the view, you have your lunch there and descend back to Kyanjin Gompa. Retracing the steps, you return to the village and continue the exploration.

After arriving at Kyanjin Gompa, you visit the famous cheese factory. If you like yak cheese, you can try some because they are very delicious. The journey today is hectic and adventurous.
Day 8
Kyanjin Gompa Trek to Lama Hotel
Trek Duration: 8 hours

Overnight at Lama Hotel

Today you return to Lama Hotel, so if you wish, then you can visit the Gompa before the trek. After breakfast, you hike out of the village while viewing the beautiful scenarios.

The trail is mostly downhill, which is surprisingly long. You go back over your steps back to Lama Hotel, so you return, passing the beautiful forests and crossing suspension bridges.

You arrive at Lama Hotel by viewing the cascading waterfall, beautiful Himalayas, and colorful flowers.
Day 9
Lama Hotel Trek to Thulo Syabru
Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Thulo Syabru Altitude: 2120 m above sea level

Overnight at Thulo Syabru

The trek from Lama Hotel to Thulo Syabru begins like any other day. You eat your breakfast, pack your bags, and get back on the trail. As you head down, you might run into a flock of goats that are grazing in the land.

Passing them, you keep heading downhill and cross over the Langtang River. Then you continue the journey through the dense forest of birch, oak, pine, and rhododendron.

After walking for hours, you arrive at Thulo Syabru, your destination for today. The beautiful village is undersized with a limited population so that you can explore it within hours.
Day 10
Syabru village to Singh Gompa
Trek Duration: 8 to 9 hours

Singh Gompa Altitude: 3330 m above sea level

Overnight at Singh Gompa

Usually, the Langtang Valley trek ends from Syabru village, but you have another journey to Gosaikunda, so you now head towards Singh Gompa. After a delicious meal, you follow the steep path to a beautiful stupa from where you can see Thurman and Nagthali in the distance.

Then continuing the walk for hours, you reach Forpang Danda, where you stop for lunch. After the meal, you move ahead and follow the trail that continues to wind upward through the deep forest.

The blooming flowers make the trails more colorful and beautiful. Walking through the forests, you make a slight ascend in the courses and reach Singh Gompa.

The beauty of mountains in the backdrop overwhelms you. This place offers marvelous views of the valleys and landscapes.
Day 11
Sing Gompa to Gosiankund Lake
Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Gosainkunda Lake Altitude: 4380 m above sea level

Overnight at Gosainkunda Lake

Today is another exciting trekking day as you head towards the beautiful turquoise lake. The trek from Singh Gompa to Gosaikunda Lake is short and relatively easy.

The trek begins with a slow ascent through the colorful forest while viewing the mountains in between the trees. After hiking for an hour or two, you reach Cholongpat and have your breakfast.

From there, you climb the trail for another hour and reach the top of Lauribina that gives an exotic view of Ganesh Himal. Then ascending steeply forward, you pass a few high fields and cross a ridge to get the first glimpse of the lakes.

As you keep charging ahead, the trails lead you to Gosaikunda village. You rest for the day and give your legs some break here.
Day 12
Explore holy Gosainkund Lake and trek down to Chandanbari
Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Chandanbari Altitude: 3433 m above sea level

Overnight at Chandanbari

Today you explore the lake and descend down to Chandanbari. The excitement of visiting the Holy Gosaikunda lake keeps you restless, so you begin your hike to this sacred place after breakfast.

You take the uphill trail from the village and reach the holy lake in about an hour and a half. The beautiful lake resides below the blue sky, surrounded by the marvelous landscape.

Gosaikunda Lake looks more beautiful during winter when frozen and perfect for ice skating. Enjoy the views and take some pictures of this place. Later, you descend the trails and head back to the village for lunch.

Then packing your bags, you get back on the track and head towards Chandanbari. The trek begins with a steep decline to Laribina, then you pass numerous waterfalls and again make a slight descent to reach Chandanbari.

Chandanbari has a famous local dairy where you can try their delicious curd, milk, etc. Also, do not miss the view of the majestic Himalayan.
Day 13
Trekking from Chandanbari to Dhunche
Trek Duration: 8 hours

Dhunche Altitude: 2030 m above sea level

Overnight at Dhunche

The trekking journey ends today with the trek from Chandanbari to Dhunche. After breakfast, you leave the village, follow the off-beat trails, and reach the Langtang river.

You then cross over the river and enter the mystical oak and rhododendron forests. Viewing the mountains from between the trees, you reach a viewpoint to stop for lunch.

Again following the trails, you make a steep descent and arrive at Dhunche. It's your last night in the Langtang region, so enjoy your time here.
Day 14
Drive back to Kathmandu
Drive Duration: 9 hours

Overnight at Kathmandu

Today you wake up early then catch the ride back to Kathmandu. You return via the same route you came to see the marvelous vistas of hills and landscapes. This day's journey is long and tiring, even though no walks are involved.

Your guide drives you back to your hotel and ends the trip. The remaining day is free, so visit the markets and have some chill time. You can also buy souvenirs for your family and friends.
Day 15
Final Transfer to the Airport
Today your Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda with Nepal Eco Adventure ends after departure. The responsible officials will drive you to the airport according to your flight time. We hope your journey was fun and adventurous with us.

What is Included

  • Airport pickup and drop by private vehicle.
  • Three night twin sharing standards Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Trekking Lodge twin sharing accommodations during the trek.
  • Langtang National Park entry permit.
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) permit.
  • Bus to Syabrubesi and again back to Kathmandu.
  • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly , well English speaking well trained, Government license holder guide with all his Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transport and Insurance.
  • A Strong, helpful porter with proper equipment (one porter for two people).
  • Comprehensive first aid kit box will be available.
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company.
  • Nepal Eco Adventure Sleeping bags, Down Jackets,Duffel bag and Walking Pole (if you don’t have your own, Return after you trip completed).
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Nepal Eco Adventure T-shirt and cap.
  • Langtang -Gosiankunda trekking map.
  • Guided sightseeing tour with private vehicle.
  • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms) Which will ensure you trek is in the safest hands possible for all levels of trekker.
  • Assistant guide for minimum of 6+ person group size.

What is Excluded

  • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu Lunch and Dinner.
  • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Kathmandu). $25 USD for 15 day Visa.
  • Your Travel insurance(recommended).
  • International airfare.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic and non alcoholic and all hot and cold drinks.
  • Deserts Sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
  • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected).
  • Kathmandu sightseeing tour entrance fee(Aprox $30USD)

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When is the right time for Langtang Gosaikunda 15 Days Trek?

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek is best suitable during spring (March, April, May)and autumn (September, October, November). The combination of weather and temperature is perfect during these times. You get to enjoy the walk while viewing the beautiful scenarios under the blue sky.

What are the side trips during acclimatization day in Langtang Gosaikunda Trek?

There are many exciting places to visit during your acclimatization, like Langsissa Kharka, Kyanjin Ri, Surya Peak, and more. But in this trek, you visit Tsergo Ri and Gosaikunda Lake.

What Type of bodily condition is required for this trek?

Any trekker with an average fitness level can finish the trek. However, the trail will be hard to walk for the first couple of days if you have not prepared before the journey. The routes have several uphill, downhill, and rugged terrains, so physical fitness is necessary for a smooth finish.

Is there Wifi services available on this trek?

Yes, Wifi services are available on this trek, but the speed can be disappointing for many trekkers. The internet has a fast pace in lower regions, but as you climb higher, they are slow and don’t respond quickly. Also, you need to pay an extra price to use Wifi during the trek.

Are there ATM services available in Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Route?

ATM services are only available up till Syabrubesi. Other than here, there are no ATM or bank facilities on this trek. Also, there is no e-banking or card swipe on these trails, so carry cash with you.

What are the significant highlights of Langtang Gosaikunda Trek?

The visit to the holy Gosaikunda Lake, climb up Tsergo Ri, visit the ancient Kyanjin Gompa, walkthrough Langtang National park are a few of the major highlights of this trek.

What kind of meal do I get during the trek?

You get to try out different dishes for breakfast and lunch, while the dinner will always be the traditional Khana set throughout the journey. The trails don’t have many western foods like french fries, pizza, burgers, etc., but you do eat spaghetti, momo.

Is drinking water readily available in this trek?

Yes, Drinking water is readily available on this trek. You can find bottled water in all shops, lodges, and tea houses, but they are more expensive than in the lower regions. So, to save money, you fill natural water in your bottle and use purification tablets to make it drinkable.

Do you need any special training for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek?

No, you do not need any special training as there are no climbing or mountaineering tasks required for this trek. However, to make the tour comfortable, you can do exercises to strengthen your legs and cores.

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Why 15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek?

There are several trekking destinations in Nepal, but among them the route of 15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek is frequently visited and a few of the reasons are given below:

Pleasant Scenarios

If you trek around Langtang Gosaikunda during a stable climate then the glorious mountain views and surrounding landscape makes the walk enjoyable. The scenarios seen on the trails makes it a trekkers paradise.

You get to see numerous beautiful glaciers and mountains like Langtang Lirung, Morimoto, Gangchenpo, and more. Also, below these peaks lie the pine forests home to wild animals like snow leopards, Himalayan Tahr, and others.

During a clear day, you also get to the sight of Sisapangba, a mountain in Tibet from the viewpoints.

Friendly locals and their amazing culture

Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda offers you friendly and cultural interaction with the locals. The hiking trails give you an opportunity to learn more about the Tamang cultures.

The mountain people have their own language and unique Buddhist culture. If you visit during the right time, then you also get to see some rituals and be a part of them.

The local people are ever-smiling and welcoming to the visitors. They love chatting and making connections with the guests.

Great for Family Holidays

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Cost is budget-friendly and suitable to travel with friends and family. The journey is packed with adventure and beauty of nature till the end. You get to see the rural life of Nepal as well during the hike. The routes are moderate level making it possible to do with your family members without much hassle.

Colorful and lively Forests

The Langtang Gosaikunda Trek route takes you through the colorful and lively forests of Langtang National Park. The jungle is house to several species of endangered animals, birds, and plants.

The forest path lets you see wildlife like Himalayan Deer, langurs, red panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Ghoral, and birds such as Pheasant, Indian Peafowl, etc. Also, floras like Sal, rhododendron, Chirpine, silver, fir, hemlock, larch, birch and more.

Visit the Sacred lakes

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Itinerary is immensely melodious as you can visit the sacred lakes of this region. Gosaikunda is one of the holy lakes that holds a religious importance to the Hindu and Buddhist followers. Many people visit the lake for holy baths in spring and ice skating during winter.

Best time for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

Here at Nepal Eco Adventure, Langtang Gosaikunda Trek is possible throughout the year, but you need extra preparation when traveling during off-seasons. Traveling during winter and monsoon has its own perks, but be ready for unexpected challenges.

However, if you do not love taking risks, trekking during autumn and spring is the best choice. These are the perfect seasons to prepare for your Langtang Gosaikunda trek itinerary, when the region becomes lively and beautiful.

Autumn

The autumn days are characterized by fresh air, the best visibility, and stunning blue skies. The sharp views of green valleys and striking mountains are the major highlights of this season.

November, September, and October are the three months of autumn when the days are stable, bright, and warm with a pleasant temperature. It is the crowded time of the year when most travelers visit the trails.

September being the first month, the monsoon has just transitioned to autumn, so the routes are still free from visitors. There are even chances of slight rainfall in the first week, but the weather is more stable by mid-September.

Likewise, October is the best month to walk the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek route due to its perfect weather, great environment, and stunning views. The national festival also occurs this month, so the villages and streets become vibrant and colorful.

Moreover, November is the second-best month in autumn when the routes bless you with tranquil valleys, majestic Himalayas, and pristine landscapes. The weather and surrounding scenarios are incredible.

The temperature at day ranges between 10 degrees to 25 degrees, while it drops to freezing point at night.

Why Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda in Autumn?

  • Enjoy walking under the stable weather
  • Clear views of Naya Kanga, Yala Peak, Langtang Ri, Kyanjin Ri, Langtang Lirung, etc.
  • The incredible sight of the fantastic glaciers from the viewpoint
  • Learn about the unique tradition and culture of the Himalayan people

Spring

Spring is the second-best season to walk the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek route, when the beauty of nature is at its finest. During this time, the rhododendron blossoms throughout the region, making the trails colorful.

March, April, and May are the three spring months that offer an excellent opportunity to spot the wildlife and vibrant wildflowers. The weather is dry and cool, with clear views of your surroundings.

March's first month indicates that winter has passed and brought a new season to the mountains. However, the first week is still chilly in the mountains, but the days become clear and warm by mid-week with low precipitation.

April is the best month in spring when the climate has all settled down. The days are less hazy; instead, they are more warm and bright with pleasant weather and temperature.

May is the hottest month in spring, but the bloomed rhododendron looks their best in the trails. The romantic aroma from these numerous wildflowers lures the trekker.

The temperature ranges from 5 degrees to 20 degrees at day, and it drops to zero at night.

Why Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda in Spring?

  • Colorful local flower blooms in the trail
  • Breathtaking views of the Himalayan under the clear sky
  • Enjoy the warm hospitality from the ethnic communities
  • Walkthrough the vibrant villages

Winter

Winter is an off-season to prepare Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Itinerary and also the coldest season of them all. However, the weather is clear, the trail is quieter, the mountain view is best, and the temperature is chill.

The landscape in winter is different from the ones in autumn and spring, with fewer chances of rainfall. December, January, and February are the three winter months when snowfall is high.

December is the first month of winter and has dry, warm, and sunny weather, but the walks don't make you sweaty. However, the nights are chilly and get colder as you ascend the trails.

January is the coldest month when snowfall is expected, but the days are sunny and clear. However, trekking is strenuous at this time, but possible during the ending week.

February is the end of winter when the cold slowly dies down. The cold decreases with each passing week, and snow begins to melt. By the end of February, buds start to grow in trees, and warmth slowly enters the region.

The temperature ranges between 6 degrees to 12 degrees at day, but it drops to -10 degrees at night.

Why Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda in Winter?

  • Snow-covered peaks under the clear sky
  • Enjoy the serenity in the quiet trails
  • Different landscapes from spring and autumn

Monsoon

In Nepal, monsoon, and summer fall under the same season, so it is both the hottest and wettest time of the year. Due to bad weather conditions, this season is the least preferred one among the others.

June is the summer month when the days are the brightest of them all. Likewise, July and August are the monsoon months when there are several dark clouds and wet paths.

June is the starting month, so the weather is scorching hot, making the trek sweaty. But during the afternoon, there is a fresh wind blowing in the trails while nights are warm.

July is the month for rainfall, so the trails are wet, muddy, and slippery in the lower region. However, most of the upper areas have fewer rainy days. Due to continuous rainfall, the routes have leeches, earthworms, mosquitos, and different bugs.

August is the last month of monsoon and the ending of heavy rainfall. You can notice slight rain showers till the first week, but by the second week, the sun shines bright, making the paths warm.

The heat ranges from 15 degrees to 30 degrees during the day and drops to 5 degrees at night.

Why Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda in monsoon?

  • Wild species bloom in forest trails
  • Less crowded trail
  • Dry trail in the first month

How Difficult is the 15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek?

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Itinerary has a moderate level of difficulty that involves several uphill and downhill walks through steep and narrow ridges. You also have to walk through rocky trails and rugged terrains.

The harshness mostly depends on the topography and weather conditions faced during the trek. It is a two-week journey in the mountains, so completing it will not be easy.

Climbing a certain altitude each day might even take a toll on some trekkers’ bodies. So, you have to be well-prepared beforehand if you are determined to finish the journey.

However, the trails might be moderate but are very suitable for beginner trekkers. You do not need prior experience to trek in the Langtang Gosaikunda route. So, believe in yourself and do exercises for the tour.

Factors making 15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Difficult

The external factors make the Langtang Gosaikunda trek a difficult one. It is an adventurous trek that comes with several challenges that add to its harshness. Some are:

Trek Distance and Duration

Our Langtang Gosaikunda Itinerary covers a total distance of 117 km, with 35 km being the bumpy road from Trishuli to Syabrubesi. Each day you walk 5 to 7 hours approx while covering 15 to 20 km.

The routes start from an altitude of 2380 m and take you up to an elevation of 5033 m. The trekking trails have several steep turns and climbs, which can be tiring for someone who doesn’t walk much or does physical work.

Walking a specific duration each day, followed by steep uphill and downhill climbs, will be pretty tough and challenging. Plus, the trails involve crossing some rocky and glacial parts, which makes it more exhausting.

Weather and Temperature

Weather and Temperature are the main factors that determine the difficulty level of the trek. Spring and autumn have excellent climatic conditions, so there isn’t much hassle in terms of climate.

However, on the other hand, trekking during monsoon and winter takes you through several challenges. These are the times when the climatic conditions are not at their best.

During monsoon, the trekking routes are muddy and wet, making it slippery. Also, due to continuous rainfall, there are casualties of landslides and floods in lower regions, causing road blockage. You also find bugs, leeches, and mosquitos in the trails.

Moreover, the upper region trails are covered in snow in winter, and the lakes are completely frozen. At this time, the routes are slippery, and there are blockages due to heavy snowfall. You need to walk carefully too as the courses are wet and slippery.

But doing the trek is not impossible, so if you are fixated on trekking in winter or monsoon, then do it at a suitable date.

Altitude and its related sickness

Altitude and related illnesses are the most common difficulties faced during the Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda. You will be walking above 3000 m altitude for several days, so suffering from AMS is high.

However, it doesn’t happen to everyone so, be at ease. Typically, altitude and its related sickness only occur when trekking to high elevation places. The air there is thin, so some cannot get the proper amount of oxygen, causing altitude sickness.

If you suffer from AMS, a few symptoms like headache, nausea, vomiting, sleepless nights, breathing difficulty, etc., are shown. So, it is best to inform your guide about the problems and consult them for further instruction.

Usually, when suffering from AMS, you need to stay where you are or head to a lower altitude. Never let the symptoms worsen, as it can be fatal to your health.

Physical Fitness

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek route doesn’t require technical training, but it needs you to be physically healthy. By fit, it means to have a sound body and mind before the journey.

If you are not healthy in mind and body, you won’t feel relaxed to enjoy the trip. With the rugged topography, the trails require you to have substantial physical fitness.

You might be able to walk on the trails without increasing your stamina, but you will quickly get tired and need more rest. Thus, this situation will slow down the team and you, which might make you uncomfortable.

Budget

The budget might not seem like a difficulty for many trekkers, but it is a problem for a few. Not every visitor trekking in the trails is wealthy, so the cost also influences the difficulty of this trip.

You might have to cut on many luxury things like a/c transportation, a/c rooms, and more to lower the cost. Also, you might not be able to hire guides or porters due to your budget.

Due to the low budget, you might have to travel in public transportation, which is much cheaper than other vehicles. Also, the goods and services are expensive in higher regions due to scarcity.

You have to pay extra to use hot showers, fill hot water in bottles, charge your devices, and more. The cost of food is also double the regular price as yak and porters transport goods from lower to higher regions.

Packing

Many trekkers don’t see packing as a problem and later regret it as both over-packing and under-packing increase the trekking difficulty. If you under-pack, then there are chances of leaving necessary things behind.

However, if you overpack, it will make walking up and down the trails exhausting. Because carrying unnecessary items will only make your backpack heavy and burden you with extra weight.

Accommodation during Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

15 Days Langtang Gosaikunda Trek has various accommodation options from essential to a standard level. In this trek, you stay the nights in traditional tea houses for the next few weeks enjoying their hospitality.

The tea houses in lower altitudes have nice rooms with comfy beds, pillows, mattresses, and warm blankets. In some, they also provide you with dressing cupboards. Each room has an attached bathroom as well.

While you keep climbing at higher altitudes, the accommodation keeps getting simpler. The rooms come with foam mattresses, a bed, pillows, and a blanket. Plus, there are only shared bathrooms in upper regions.

All the rooms during the trek are twin-sharing, so you have to share them with fellow companions. However, you can book individual rooms as well, but it will cost you a high amount.

Moreover, the tea houses in lower regions have wifi, telephone, and western-style bathrooms with hot showers on tap. While in higher areas, the tea houses don’t have wifi, telephones but use squat-style toilets. Also, they provide hot water in a bucket for showers.

Food during Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

Every tea house has a clean and comfortable dining room with an indoor heating area. Also, the cooking area is very hygienic, so do not worry about your health.

You get to try from simple western to Nepali staple food on this trek. Each day we provide you with a different breakfast and lunch menu, while the dinner is always the traditional khana set.

You get to eat bread with honey, cheese, jam, butter, chapati with an omelette, peanut, boiled egg, scrambled egg, pancake, porridge, cornflakes, pudding, and more for breakfast.

For lunch, you get fried rice with egg, vegetables, sandwich with cheese, tuna fish, egg, mixed, veg pizza, veg, cheese, potato momo, veg, egg, chowmein, spaghetti with tomato, garlic sauce, and more.

You get to eat freshly cooked rice, lentils, curry, pickle, ghee, dahi (curd), green vegetables, roti, and more for dinner. The serving time for dinner is from 7.30 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

Similarly, tea houses offer many drinking options, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic such as black tea, milk tea, lemon tea, ginger tea, black or milk coffee, local wine, vodka, beer, etc.

P.S. Our package only covers breakfast in Kathmandu, so you have to pay for your lunch and dinner there. However, it includes three meals during the trek, so only carry cash for your snacks, bar bills, etc.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek With or Without Guide

Trek to Langtang Gosaikunda is possible with or without a guide, so the choice is yours. If you prefer solo trekking, you can travel without hiring one as many individuals have trekked independently in these trails and returned successfully.

However, trekking alone is more suitable for courageous and experienced trekkers who can face challenges that might occur independently. So if possible, we do recommend you hire a guide for the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek.

Bringing a guide in this trek makes it much easier as they become your interpreter along with the navigator. Also, having an experienced companion guarantees your safety and security as well.

S/he also has proper knowledge about accommodation, food, etc., and will help you stay the night in the best ones. They have been walking the same route for years so that they will know shortcuts as well.

Trekking alone in the Langtang region will be difficult for people with no prior knowledge about treks, so having a guide will be a plus point. So, if you think of hiring one, make sure they speak multiple languages.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek With ot Without Porter

Like Guides, hiring a porter is also an option during a trek. You can employ both or one of them. Guides are generally expensive, so trekkers prefer to bring porters as they lessen the baggage as well.

Porter are people who carry your luggage in the trek making your walk lightweight. You only have to bring your day pack if you hire a porter with you. Also, they are locals of the area, so that they can take you through shortcuts.

They do not know multiple languages, but they can speak and understand basic English. Like guides, they also have contact, so they can help you find friendly accommodations easily.

P.S. If you are trekking with a company, they will hire you a porter, guide, or both according to your need.

Tips to for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

You face several difficulties during Langtang Gosaikunda Trek, so we have mentioned a few tips to minimize them.

Choose the right season.

It is necessary to plan your Langtang Gosaikunda trek itinerary during the appropriate season to make the journey more exciting. So, autumn and spring are good options for hiking on these routes.

The seasons fall under the months of March, April, May, September, October, and November. The environment is both suitable and pleasant for trekking at these times.

The average temperature ranges from 7 to 20 degrees during these seasons, so the weather is not too cold or hot. The walks are bearable and comfortable for trekkers.

However, the trek might not be peaceful for you during spring and autumn as these are the prime months for visitors. So, the routes will be swarming with people in every corner.

Engage in Physical Exercise

Langtang Gosaikunda 15 Days Trek is a moderate grade hike, so you do not need to be ready months before. But you do need to engage in physical exercises two to three weeks before the actual trip.

It would be best to do exercises that increase your stamina and leg strength. To do so, you can develop the habit of going on short hikes, swimming, long walks, cycling, jogging, running, and more.

Do activities that keep you fit and healthy so you don’t tire or exhaust quickly during the trekking hours. Having a perfect body doesn’t always mean a fit.

Carry necessary trekking gear

Packing the right trekking gear is very important because doing so helps make your journey comfortable and easy. You need to bring changing clothes according to the season you are traveling.

If you are trekking in winter, you need to pack warm clothes and a heavy jacket. Likewise, if you are traveling in the monsoon, you need to bring raincoats, waterproof dresses, and a bag.

Likewise, there are no technical sections in this trek, but you can pack trekking poles, hiking shoes, and such for the trip. But remember not to over-pack your bags with unnecessary things.

If you are confused about what to bring and whatnot, you can consult the packing list for reference.

Hydrate yourself and eat healthy foods

The most crucial tip for trekkers is to eat healthily and keep themself hydrated. You need to eat food containing protein such as cheese, beans, green vegetables, and more to energize your body for the hikes.

Likewise, drinking enough water helps you avoid serious health problems like AMS, cramps, etc. So, you need to drink enough water that can keep you hydrated for 5 to 7 hours.

However, we do recommend you avoid meat and alcohol during the trek. The meats are unhygienic, and beverages enhance the chances of altitude sickness.

Acclimatization

Whether you are traveling with a company or solo, always make sure to take proper acclimatization measures. Mainly if you are a beginner, acclimatization is a crucial tip to avoid altitude sickness in Langtang Gosaikunda 15 Days Trek.

The number of days is decided according to the altitude. If you are planning on going above 5000 m, then 2 to 3 days are separated for rest. But if you travel below that elevation, a day is categorized for acclimatization.

No matter how professional or hurry you are, always keep days for acclimatization. It is the best way to avoid getting altitude sickness.

No ATM

Many people are not familiar with the fact that there are no ATMs available in higher places. The last machine for this trek is in Kathmandu. Also, they do not have e-banking or card swipe, so you need to carry enough cash beforehand.

Another point is to carry the equivalent currency, as they do not accept money other than Nepalese rupees. So, it is better to trade your money in the capital.

Carry Enough Cash

As you know, there are no ATMs in the trails of Langtang Gosaikunda Trek, and the equivalent local currency is the only way to make your payments. Thus, carrying enough cash is necessary because you need to pay your bar bills, charging bills, hot shower, etc.

Travel Insurance

We highly recommend trekkers have travel insurance before they come for this journey. Because the situation is unpredictable in the mountains, having insurance helps cover medical expenses and emergency evacuation.

Travel insurance is necessary when trekking in the Himalayas, so make sure the insurance covers the altitude you are traveling. They need to provide you with helicopter rescue to the nearest hospital for treatment if you get sick.

Permits Needed for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

Trekkers need to be aware of the fact that they need to carry two different permits before they begin the trek. The two permits are- TIMS Card and Langtang National Park Entry Permit.

TIMS Card

TIMS Card has three types: green, pink, and blue. The green card is for individuals, blue is for a group of trekkers, and pink for SAARC nations. You can purchase this card from Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu. The card cost is:

Price

Individual TIMS: $20; NRP 2000, Group TIMS: $10; NRP 1000, and SAARC TIMS: $6; NRP 600.

Langtang National Park Entry Permit

The trek route of Langtang Gosaikunda goes through Langtang National Park, so a special permit is needed to finish it. You can purchase the permit from Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu, or the entry point, Dhunche. The card cost excluding 13% VAT is:

Price

Price for Foreigners: $30; NRP 3000, Price for SAARC: $15 NRP 1500.

P.S. The Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Cost includes the permit price in the package.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Cost

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek is budget-friendly compared to Everest Base Camp and Annapurna trips. You pay a moderate amount for the luxury we provide during the journey.

Our package covers the bill for your accommodation, guide, porter, three-time meals, transportation, airport pick up, drop off, and more. So, you need to carry extra money for your personal spendings.

You need to have between $15 to $20 a day to pay for your snacks, charging devices, WIFI, hot shower, bar bills, etc. However, it is recommended to carry the equivalent local currency for payment.

Packing List for Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

Our company provides you with some equipment and gear like sleeping bags, hiking poles, down jackets, and duffel bags, so you don’t need to bring these items. However, after completing the trek, you need to return them.

Other than that, you need to bring several items and some hints are given below:

Upper Body

  • T-shirts
  • Light and weight Thermal tops
  • Light jacket
  • Short and long sleeve shirt
  • Wind and Rain jacket
  • Sports Bra

Lower Body

  • Long trekking pants
  • Short hiking pants
  • Lightweight thermal pants
  • Rain and windproof trousers
  • Sweat-free underwear

Headwear

  • Ear muffs
  • Bandana
  • Cap
  • Sun hat
  • Neck warmer
  • Scarf
  • Sunglasses

Hand wear

  • Liner gloves
  • Mittens
  • Mountain gloves

Feet wear

  • Thin socks
  • Trekking socks
  • Trekking boots
  • Light hiking shoes
  • Sandals or flip-flop

Miscellaneous

  • Daypack
  • Water bottle
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Sunblock cream
  • Moisturizer
  • Lip guard
  • Head torch
  • Ear muffs
  • First-aid kits
  • Pocket knife
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Power bank
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  1. Langtang Gosaikunda Trek
    We've just returned from an amazing trek Langtang Gosinkunda with Nepal Eco Adventure. Our whole trip was so well organised and made stress free by Chhatra who was also so friendly and helpful in person as well as efficiently emailing to organise prior to trek. Our guide and porter Dawa and Hira were also great, relaxed and knowledgable. Only recommendation is to organise prior to trek, a private jeep transfer (for app USD 100 extra) to avoid the day long local bus to start of Langtang trek, safer and much better if get motion sick! Visited November 2014
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  • September to December and March to Late June
  • 5050 m
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