How To Do Langtang Trek In 7 days? The Best Itinerary

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The least number of days you can do trekking in Langtang valley is 7 which includes 5 days of actual trekking and 2 days of commute to and from Kathmandu. The question, of course, arises, ‘How to Do Langtang Trek in 7 Days?’ We have prepared, for you, the best itinerary for this 7 days trip.

Your 7 day Langtang trek will have two days for a bus ride and five days of the actual trek. On an average, you will be walking 6 hours per day. Your trek on foot starts from Syabrubesi and then in two days you will reach the highest point of your trek, Kang Jin Gompa (3900m). After that, you will descend back to Syabrubesi in two days from where you will drive back to Kathmandu.

Brief Overview of Langtang Trek

Langtang valley, located 61.8 km away from Kathmandu, amazes travelers with its mountain streams and stunning views. Mount Langtang Lirung (7246m) surrounds the rhododendron and pine forests that beautifies the valley. The warm hospitality and vibrant culture in the Langtang valley makes you feel like you are at home.

The Langtang trek starts from Syabrubesi (1460m) and reaches the highest point at Kang Jing Gompa at an altitude of 3900m. You can also opt to trek Kang Jing Ri, a day from Kang Jing Gompa, to see the mesmerizing 360-degree views of the Himalayas. The trek offers a route that ascends and descends at several places with spectacular views of landscapes, painted chortens, Buddhist prayers flags and much more.

During the trek, you can see the remains of the 2015 Gorkha earthquake. And see how the locals have restored back the trekking trails and the Langtang valley. This village is where you will see the live example of the rebuilding of the nation after the biggest tragedy.

Highlights Of Langtang Trek

The major highlights of the Langtang trek are as follows:

  • You will enjoy a wonderful drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi with views of beautiful landscapes.
  • You will visit the Langtang valley which is also known as the ‘valley of glaciers.’
  • You will have a scenic climb to Chorko-Ri.
  • You get to catch the panoramic view of mountains such as Langtang Ri, Langtang Himal, Langsisa and Ganjala Peak.
  • You will have an amazing experience of the Tibetan Buddhist culture and life.
  • You will enjoy a spectacular walk through the rhododendron forests.
  • You can collect blessings from the old Buddhist shrines such as Langtang Gompa and Kang Jing Gompa.

How To Do Langtang Trek In 7 days? The Best Itinerary 1

Detailed Itinerary

We have 7 days itinerary where you get to explore the most scenic spots of the trek route.

Day 1: Kathmandu to Syabrubesi

Maximum Altitude: 1460m, Syabrubesi

Driving Hours: 6-7 hours

We will drive you to Syabrubesi on your first day.  Syabrubesi lies at an altitude of 1460m (4788ft) and is 6-7 hours drive away from Kathmandu. You can travel to Syabrubesi on local buses or  private jeeps.

The travel costs depend on the mode of transportation you will take. Local buses are the cheapest and will only cost you around $10. Whereas for the private jeeps you have to pay around $150.

On the way, you can enjoy the view of the Trishuli river, surrounding landscapes, villages, and hills. You will check into a lodge in Syabrubesi and then have the rest of the day off to explore the area.

Day 2: Trek to Lama Hotel

Maximum Altitude: 2560m, Lama Hotel

Trekking Hours: 6-7 hours

Your trek will start after breakfast. You can start walking at your own pace in the trail which will go uphill through the forests. After the forest, you will have to climb an hour to reach Bamboo which lies at a height of 1850m(6,068ft), our stop point for lunch. After lunch, you will walk up the steep trails of the bamboo forests. Your stop for the day will be the Lama Hotel(2560m/8396ft) after trekking for 6-7 hours.

Overnight stay at a lodge.

Day 3: Lama Hotel – Langtang Village

Maximum Altitude: 3430m, Langtang Village

Trekking Hours: 6-7 hours

You will love the trek on the third day. You will walk through rhododendron and pine forests for three hours and then reach Ghoda Tabela. At Ghoda Tabela, you will have your lunch. On this day, you will be very close to nature and wild animals. After lunch, you follow a scenic trail for three hours to reach Langtang Village(3430m).

Overnight stay at a lodge.

Day 4: Langtang Village – Kang Jing Gompa

Maximum Altitude: 3900m, Kang Jin Gompa

Trekking Hours: 3-4 hours

On this day, you will ascend to Kang Jing Gompa, 3900m, the last destination of the trek. After breakfast, you will leave for the destination and reach there after a walk of three to four hours. You can see the stunning views of Mount Ganchempo and Mount Langtang Lirung from here. You can also visit the Yak Cheese Factory, Kang Jin Monastery, and local villages.

Overnight stay at a lodge.

Day 5: Kang Jing – Lama Hotel

Maximum Altitude: 2560m, Lama Hotel

Driving Hours: 6-7 hours

From this day, you will start your trek back to Lama Hotel. The trek will take you around 6-7 hours. You will enjoy the landscapes, forests, and wildlife along the way.

Overnight stay at a lodge.

Day 6: Lama Hotel – Syabrubesi

Maximum Altitude: 1460m, Syabrubesi

Driving Hours: 5-6 hours

On the sixth day of your trek, you will be starting your trek at your own pace. You will walk slowly back to Syabrubesi from Lama Hotel while enjoying the views on the way. It will take you around 5-6 hours.

Overnight stay at a lodge.

Day 7: Syabrubesi – Kathmandu

The final day, you will drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the views along the way with your amazing trek memories. The drive back to Kathmandu will take 6-7 hours.

7 Days Langtang Trek Costs

Cost plays an important role in your Langtang Trek in 7 days. With an amount of $700-$900, you can cover all the Langtang trekking costs. In this total cost, you will be paying for the cost of your food, accommodation, permits, transportation, and the like.

Best Time to Go for Langtang Trek

Best Time to Go For Langtang Trek

The best time for Langtang Valley Trek is the Spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-November). During Spring, you can enjoy the rhododendron filled forests and in Autumn you will see beautiful clear views of the mountains. The weather is warm and stable with a temperature range of 10°C-15°C during these seasons. There is also least to no chance of rainfall so you can walk freely on the trekking trails.

You can opt for a winter trek to see the magical view of the snow-capped peaks. But, the weather and climate may add some difficulty to your trek. The temperature drops down to less than 0°C in the higher altitudes. The cold winds, slippery trails, and high snowfall may make the trek more difficult.

Permits You Will Need

You need two different types of permits for Langtang Valley Trek. You will need TIMS(Trekkers’ Information Management System) and Langtang National Park Permit. TIMS will cost you about $10 and Langtang National Park Permit will cost you around $30.

If you are worried about where to get those permits, do not panic. We arrange both the permits for you if you provide us with the copy of your passport and passport-sized photographs.


After decentralization, giving basic rights to local authorities, TIMS is no longer valid in the Everest region. From 1st October 2017, trekkers can enter the Everest region with a Local Area Permit. You do not need to collect the TIMS card for the EBC trek.

Likewise, from October 2018, Local Area Permit of the Langtang region works on behalf of the TIMS card.


What kind of accommodation will I find in the trek?

Your trek starts from Kathmandu where you will find a range of hotels to stay in. You can stay in a star hotel or a basic room. While in Kathmandu you can enjoy from the range of food options.

But as you reach to Syabrubeshi, your choice of food and accommodation limits. On the trails, you will find the limited number of teahouses with basic facilities. You will find basic accommodation at higher altitudes.

In general, the teahouses have twin-bedrooms and common toilets. The rooms have a bed with a mattress, pillow, and blankets. The toilets in these regions are of the squat type. And it is always a great idea to carry your own toilet paper. Plus, carrying a sleeping bag will be a good decision while on the trek.

Do I need to be fit for the Langtang trek?

Yes, you need to be fit for any trek including the Langtang trek. This trek does not demand you to have a previous trekking experience. But you should do some hiking, swimming before your trek to warm yourself. If you have any medical condition, please get a consent from your doctor before you start your trek.

How difficult is Langtang trek?

Langtang is a moderate trek with routes going up and downhill. If you are fit and follow the instructions of your guides properly, you will have a great trek. And you should not forget to pack properly which plays an important role to minimize the  Langtang Trek difficulty.

Can I charge my phone and camera batteries on the way?

Yes, most of the tea houses offer charging facilities for $2-$5. But, it is better if you carry your own power backup sources to save some money.

Can I get access to Wifi on the trek?

Yes, some of the teahouses and lodges offer Wifi services for a charge of $2-$5. We recommend you not to depend on the Wifi during the trek. Rather, you can buy Ncell’s data pack for the internet.

What will happen if I get altitude sickness?

If you feel problems with breathing, headache, sprains, diarrhea or vomiting, please let your guide know. These are the symptoms of altitude sickness. Your guide will provide you with the first-aid treatment.

In the worst case scenario, contact your insurance company and travel company. They will arrange for a helicopter to help you.

Will I be able to communicate back home in my trek?

You might lose phone networks on your trek when you start going to higher altitudes. You can pay for wifi and communicate. Most tea houses have telephone facilities. You can pay a certain amount and make your phone calls as well.

Please note that in higher altitudes you may have to spend extra days due to unpredictable weather conditions. So, as you come for the trek, prepare yourself physically as well as mentally for any unpredictables that may occur en route.

Contact Magical Nepal for any queries related to the trek or to plan the best itinerary to complete the Langtang trek in 7 days.

About Author

Pradeep is the co-founder of Magical Nepal. He has trekked to almost all the trekking places in Nepal. He has been to Everest base camp more than eight times. He is the one who mostly answers your queries by giving the personal touch and experience.

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