The climbers arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu and spend the night in the capital-city.
A climbing course will be conducted to help you understand climbing terminologies; demonstrate techniques and basic safety measures that one can use.
Drive through the views of steep valleys and green forestry from Kathmandu to Dhunche which usually takes about 7 to 8 hours.
This trail delivers the exquisite view of wide forests and the massive force of the magnificent, Trisuli River. The route takes about 5 to 6 hours to complete and ends when you reach Thulo Syabru at the height of 1900m.
Through Bhote Koshi and Langtang Khola, you reach Lama Hotel, a well-known place for climbers to rest as the view and service of the hotel is both equally welcoming. From Thulo Syabru to Lama Hotel, the course of the journey is 5 to 6 hours and the hotel is situated at 2470m.
On your walk catch glimpses of the Langtang village that shows culturally rich settlements and a decadent monastery. The trail is about 5 to 6 hours long as you reach the height of 3430m at Langtang.
Kyanjin, a village settlement in Langtang is covered with tea houses, lodges and a chaotic excitement and charm around it. The trail that takes 4 to 5 hours to complete ends at Kyanjin Gompa where the scenes and energy are quite inviting.
A day to relax and explore, get the opportunity to visit a beautiful monastery and a cheese factory where many locals work and several glaciers lie on the way.
A standard trekking course encompassed by stunning views of the mountains and glaciers from Kyanjin Gompa to Naya Khang Base Camp. The course takes about 5 hours to trek.
A course to make climbers familiar with the unique challenges that may come about, due to the landscape is conducted by certified climbers.
Snow dusted base camp from which the Naya Khang Summit towers down, the air gets thinner and the anticipation rises making way to the high. This journey takes about 3 to 4 hours.
Naya Khang summit lets you witness the spectacular scenes of the Jugal and Langtang Himal which is an absolute treat to the eyes. The whole ordeal takes 9 to 10 hours and includes climbing up as well as acclimatization.
Back to a bustling town of Kyanjin, an ideal place to mingle with locals and fellow climbers whilst enjoying some great hospitality.
The hotel offers amazing views of the mountain and comfortable lodging option as mentioned above. The course from Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel closes with 7 to 8 hours of strolling.
To reach Syabru Besi the climbers make their way through Sherpa Gaun which is a simple settlement enriched with Tibetan culture; an area to get the sense of the local way of living.
Witness steep valleys and greenery in your drive back to the capital which takes 7 to 8 hours.
The climbers bid adieu and depart from Kathmandu via Tribhuvan International Airport