|Daily Walk Duration:||4 - 6 hours|
|Group Size:||1 - 15 Pax|
|Season:||October to May|
|Day 01:||Drive to to north- east of valley. The road goes over ridges to the Trisuli valley passing Kakani (2145m), where excellent views of Annapurna II, Manaslu and Ganesh Himal. Stop for lunch and continue to Syabru. Usially takes 6-7 hours|
|Day 02-04:||We start trekking until local village of Briddhim (2229m) which link with Rasuwagadi Nepal-Tibet border. Next day trek via Rhododendron forest to Sherpa Goan, Kimche catching normal route to Langtang village.|
|Day 05:||With gentle path on low and grassy land with stone walls covered by carved script of prays, passing the village with terraced fields. Before approaching Kyanjin, glacier of Lirung and view of Khimsun (6745m) and Yansa Tsenji ( 6743m).|
|Day 06-08:||Early morning excursion to Kyangjin Ri (4600m) or further to Tsergo Ri (5033m) high for best view. Descend to Kyanjin gompa and continue to Langtang, Lama Hotel, Bambo, Syabru Bensi via rock fall route call Landslide|
|Day 09-10:||Trek to Chandan Bari or Sing Gompa (cheese factory place) to Laurebina pass to Gosaikunda, group of Holy lakes at 4380m. Best view of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu and Langtang range.|
|Day 11-13:||Trek further to Laurebina pass (4610m) and descend to Phedi, Ghopte to Helambu route to Melamchi Gaon, Tarke Gyang and Sermanthang which is another settlement of Sherpa - Hyolmo people|
|Day 14:||Drive back from Melamchi pul to Kathmandu.|
If wishing to travel at other times alternative itineraries are available.
The Following Is Designed to be a Rough Guide to help you select the trek that suits you best.
More remote country, often camping in the wild, the occasional 7 or 8 hour day (camp to camp) but not more than 5 days consecutive walking. Altitude gains of up to 600m. a day.
Up to 9 days consecutive walking including high passes up to 4500m. (With snow covering), but more typically on passes of 3650-4300m. Again, occasionally a 7 or 8 hour day, but usually 5 or 6 hours. A long way from any road!
Challenging / Strenuous
Only one of our treks, "A Himalayan Summit" fully merits this grade. This is purely on account of its altitude, 6000m. Given the time for acclimatization, this is well within the grasp of the fit and healthy.