Total 12 days 3830m Trek days 6 Moderate

The Magic Kyanjin Trek

Langtang National Park



  • Walking through a diversity of landscapes: from deep forest and narrow paths between high hills, to open landscape surrounded by all Langtang main Himalayan Mountains.
  • Kyanjin Gumba. We stay 1 day exploring the surroundings. Hike above Kyanjin to have the views of the astonishing Langtang Lirung Glacier, or have a walk through the plains along Langtang river to be at the bottom of Yala Peak (Numthang).
  • Delicious food and delightful cheese and curd locally made.
  • This is wonderful short option for those who don’t have more time and want to explore other sites in Nepal
  • Away from the popular crowded Annapurna Conservation Area or Sagarmatha National Park (Everest Region).
  • Easy trek for a variety of fitness levels.


The Langtang National Park is amongst our favourite regions to recommend to our clients when they want to do a trekking in Nepal. Not only because of the spectacular views of one of the most wonderful corners of the Himalaya, but especially because of the people, the culture and the tradition that live in this area.

The hearts and landscape were greatly affected by the earthquake on the 25th of April 2015. There is history in every step, a story behind each eye we meet and behind every rock that we leave behind in our path. So many emotions will awake your hearts and open your spirits to a new perspective on life.

Langtang National Park is located in the Himalayan range to the North of Kathmandu. The trek will start in Syapru Besi, and soon we find ourselves wrapped up in the luscious and deep forests, where bamboo flourishes. One day we casually come across the Langur monkey. On another, we see bee hives amongst the top of cliffs, where bee hunters climb ropes and ladders scarcely protected. They harvest some the most flavourful, and also some very unique honey of Nepal.

On the second trek day, the Langtang Valley opens as out of a funnel with breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks (Langtang Lirung 7227m, Langtang II, Urking Kangari, Baden Powell Scout Peak, Naya Kanga, Yala Peak…). We arrive in Kyanjin Gumba on the third day, where we will spend an extra day exploring the surroundings and enjoying the local gastronomy protected by the big mountains of the Langtang National Park.

Prepare to have wonderful tasty curd and cheese from the villagers!

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves”
Edmund Hillary (1919 – 2008 New Zealand mountaineer, first person to rach the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world (8848m) on the 29th of May 1953 together with Tenzing Norgay in the John Hunt expedition)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water* and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek.(*Click here to know more)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

Best time to trek: Spring and Autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.



01Day One: Arrival Kathmandu (1400m)

Airport pick up and transfer to Hotel. There will be a welcome dinner with your guide. First taste of the wonderful local food.

02Day Two: Kathmandu

Exploring day in the city. You will be able to explore the city as well as make the last preparation for the trek. We will provide you with all information you need to explore the most emblematic places in Kathmandu. If you wish to have a Guided City Tour, do not hesitate to request this service when booking with us.

03Day Three: Kathmandu to Syaprubesi (1503m)

Trip by jeep for about 6 hours to the start of the trek. We will arrive in the afternoon and will sleep in Syaprubesi.

04Day Four: Syaprubesi to Lama Hotel (2410m) / Time: 6 to 7 hours

For the first couple of hours the trail is nice and easy, after that, the terrain starts becoming a bit more steep. We walk through some bambu forests. The impact of the damages caused by the earthquake will be immediately visible. In Bamboo village we can see a big landslide.

05Day Five: Lama Hotel to Langtang (3430m) / Time: 4 to 5 hours

We will be walking on steep trails up to Langtang Village. Langtang village was actually destroyed after the earthquake in 2015, but there are some lodges reconstructed. The path will take our breaths away, and the locals we meet on our way will fill us up with stories that will just fill our hearts with learning and touching experiences. The landscape here starts opening up to the majestic gigants of Langtang.

06Day Six: Langtang to Kyanjin Gumba (3830m) / Time: 3 to 4 hours

A small trek day to get to Kyanjin Gumba. Where we will enjoy the best views of the Himalayan Mountains of Langtang National Park. The panorama is overwhelmingly beautiful.

07Day Seven: Kyanjin Gumba day / Time: 4 to 5 hours

We will enjoy climbing to one of the peaks next to Kyanjin Ri to contemplate the magic splendorous view of the snow-capped giants and the Langtang Lirung glacier above Kyanjin. The day can lead us to explore also the flat terrain along the Langtang river on the way to Numthang.

08Day Eight: Kyanjin to Lama Hotel or Riverside / Time: 5 to 6 hours

Our descent will take us to go down through the steep terrain we ascended before. Today is a good idea to use trekking poles!

09Day Nine: Lama Hotel or Riverside to Syaprubesi / Time: 4 to 5 hours

We finish the journey back to Syaprubesi walking down through the deep bamboo forest.

010Day Ten: Syaprubesi to Kathmandu

Transport back to Kathmandu for about 6 hours. On our arrival, we will check in at the hotel and you can enjoy the evening!

011Day Eleven: Kathmandu day

Last day to explore the city of Kathmandu or visit the surroundings (Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, Dhulikel and Namo Buddha...) and find special artisan crafts to take home as a memory of a Country that Inspired You.

012Day Twelve: Transfer to the international Airport and end of our services unless arranged differently

We hope to see you again soon!

Date Spaces Status Prices
  • Contact Us or Check Departures 10 People max Open USD1180 / CAD1466 / €947* Book Now
*Our rates are established in US Dollar. The exchange rate CAD and € is from 03/02/2018 and is likely to be revised if there is a strong fluctuation. · The price is for a minimum of 4 people. Individual, 2 people or 3 people bookings can have an additional charge. Please check with us. · All accommodations are based on twin room. It is possible to request single room in Kathmandu or Pokhara under supplement. During the trek single room can be requested only if available. · Please, contact us and we will accommodate your needs.

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