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JH-243

Helambu Gosaikunda Trek

15 Days

The Gosaikunda lake is also an alpine freshwater oligotrophic lake in the Langtang National Park of Nepal, located at an altitude of 13.8 hectares (34 acres) at an altitude of 4,380 meters in Rasuwa district. The lake melts and becomes the Trishuli River; in winter season the lake will be frozen or ice for six months from October to June. If you want to avoid the congestion of famous trekking routes like Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit, this trek is the best option. The trek is a short distance from the famous Eight-Thousand, in a less grand landscape.

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JH-242

Langtang Tserko Ri Trek

10 Days

The unpaved road is now a day’s journey from Kathmandu to Shyabru Besi.¬†As of the information available to us, Langtang Tserko Ri stands out as a well-liked trekking destination within Nepal’s Langtang region. It’s important to be aware that conditions, regulations, and various details have undergone changes since March 2022. Consequently, obtaining a TIMS permit and engaging the services of at least one staff member from a local agency is now mandatory.

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JH-241

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek

18 Days

The Langtang-Gosaikunda region is a collection of the Tamang Valley north of Kathmandu, near the border with Tibet. The unpaved road is now a one-day journey from Kathmandu to Dhunche. However, Langtang is a relatively less crowded trekking area. Bill Tillman, a renowned explorer and climbing partner of Eric Shipton, described Langtang as the most beautiful valley in the world. We cross the sacred lake of Gosaikunda and enter Laurebina La Pass (4,610 m) to enter the Helambu valley.

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JH-244

Gosaikunda Lake Trek

10 Days

This is a journey designed to self explore Trek to the Sacred Lakes of Gosainkunda. The Gosaikunda lake is also an alpine freshwater oligotrophic lake in the Langtang National Park of Nepal, located at an altitude of 13.8 hectares (34 acres) at an altitude of 4,380 meters in Rasuwa district. The lake melts and becomes the Trishuli River; in winter season the lake will be frozen or ice for six months from October to June. If you want to avoid the congestion of famous trekking routes like Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit, this trek is the best option. The trek is a short distance from the famous Eight-Thousand, in a less grand landscape.

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JH-248

Langtang Tamang Heritage Trek

17 Days

Usually the “Tamang Heritage Trail” trek ends at Shyabru Besi but we have combined this trek with Kyangjin Gompa so the trek will end at the height of 2,238 Khangjim village. Khangjim is the midpoint of Briddim and Shyabru Besi. From here, we follow the main trails of the Langtang Valley Trek to Kyangjin Gompa. During the trek, we will explore the Langtang Valley and follow the roaring Langtang River that cuts through the gorge. After Ghoretabela, the valley opens up into grasslands and small farming settlements. Here we will cross the very long Buddhist Gem Wall. During the trek we will pass through the old village of Langtang.

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JH-245

Helambu Circuit Trek

14 Days

Helambu Circuit Trek is a great destination as well as a fun and easy trek with the highest trekking point at only 3,690 meters. Helambu is also known as Minu Tibet because the Helambu Valley is home to the Hyolmo people – who have their own distinct culture. The Helambu region extends from Lauribina La Pass to the Melamchi Valley. During the trek, you will visit several Tibetan-style Buddhist monasteries, shrines and stupas while passing through some Sherpa and Tamang villages. This trek is less crowded, yet the nature amazes you with its beauty.

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JH-240

Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

14 Days

Pedestrians will take the AC deluxe scheduled bus to Syabrubesi and return to Kathmandu from Syabrubesi. In this eight-day moderate trek north of the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal, be close to the Tamang community while trekking between the green valleys and the snow-capped mountains. The Tamang tribes originally came from Tibet as horse traders and settled in the hilly parts of Nepal (usually near the Kathmandu Valley) hundreds of years ago. They have a distinct identity with Tibetan roots and their own language. They are historically the most marginalized ethnic group in Nepal.

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