Langtang Valley Trek the best short trekking route in Nepal

Are you in search of short hiking holiday in Nepal? Are you looking for short trekking activity comprising of vast numbers of attractions? Look no further!!! Mountain Path Treks has created an alluring trekking package which can be done within a week in the form of Langtang Valley Trek. Village of Langtang was heavily damaged due to earthquake of April 2015. Apart from earthquake the resultant glacier outbreak of Langtang Lirung too washed away all villagers and houses. However, the place is back to its best to serve people from all over the world. Get blessings from tranquil Kyanjin Gompa Monastery and feel the wilderness adventure within the Himalayan wonderland.

Highway via terraced farmlands and forests takes trekkers to Syaprubeshi. The trail from this place during Langtang Valley Trek is well organized and full of stupendous things. From water mills to waterfalls and from chirping sound of birds to cool mountain breeze the trip will be overwhelmingly momentous. The first view of Langtang Lirung is seen moments before reaching Lama Hotel. The place is amazingly placed within a forest. From this place trekking heads north passing by Ghoda Tabela. The chortens and manuscripts in Tibetan language give sense of aesthetic nature of Langtang people. Observe reminiscent of damage done by earthquake on Langtang Village. If you wish to do some voluntary works then our trekking guides can assist on that. Further about 3 hours of trekking takes you to Kyanjin Gompa. This place is famous for its monastery and Ri hiking. Kyanjin Ri top is an ideal place to observe Mt. Sishapangma, Ganjala, Langtang, Glacier and as far as Tibetan plateau. Take the same trail back to Kathmandu.

Your one visit of this area would mean a lot for people to rise again from such natural disaster. Langtang Valley Trek is not only short trekking route but also an alluring trail for humane acts. Consult in advance with the travel planners of Mountain Path Treks if you wish to indulge in some voluntary works.

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