Langtang trekking is considered to be the third most popular trekking region in Nepal. Being one of the well-loved trekking routes, Langtang Trekking combines the remote and spectacular valleys and mountains along the famous lake—Gosaikunda. Langtang is a narrow valley which lies at the south of the Tibetan border. It is sandwiched between the main Himalayan range to the north and a slightly lower range of snowy peaks to the south. Various trekking packages can be organized separately or jointly in the region. These are some of the prime areas most commonly visited in the region for trekking, Langtang Gosaikunda trekking, Langtang valley trekking, Langtang and Helambu trekking, Helambu valley trekking.
Langtang trekking begins from the lower Langtang valley, through the forests and along with the Sherpa villages and farmlands of the people. Many villagers here are originally from Tibet. This valley also is significant in history as it was an important trading route with Tibet, hence, most of the villagers in Langtang are still are involved in trade. After the valley, the trek continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m), which is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There lies an airstrip at Chhaldang, towards short distance east of Kyangjin.
While our visit to the Yala Cheese Factory, we can have a view of small lakes beyond Yala, where we reach within half a day walk from Kyangjin Gompa. The KyanginGompa is located on the top of the valley, where we stop overnight and visit the local yak cheese factory and have a view of the glaciers, which is also a gateway to Tibet and we return back to Syabru village and make a trip to Sing Gompa. During Langtang Trekking Sing Gompa is one of the most significant places where the holy lake Gosaikunda is situated and we cross the Llaurebena Pass (4610m), and continue south leaving the Langtang region and reach at Helambu valley and subsequently at Chisapani and return back to Kathmandu to end our Langtang Trekking.