Langtang Valley with Gosaikunda Lake Trek

The Langtang Valley is the nearest trekking trail from the capital city of Kathmandu. The trek offers a mesmerizing journey that combines the natural splendor of the Langtang Region with the spiritual allure of the Sacred Gosaikunda Lake. The trek has a unique blend of pristine landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and ancient cultural heritage.

The Langtang valley to Gosaikunda trek start with a scenic drive to Dhunche, the starting point of the trek. From Dhunche, the trail passes through dense forests of rhododendron and oak, ascending gradually up to Sing Gompa (Chandanbari), Laurebina, and then Gosaikunda (4,380 meters). The three-day walk from Dhunche takes you to Gosaikunda. The route is almost upward until reaching Gosaikunda Lake. In Gosaikunda, there are dozen more lakes including Saraswati Kunda and Bhairav Kunda. The pristine beauty of these lakes, surrounded by towering peaks and snow-capped mountains, attracts both trekkers and pilgrims. The spiritual significance and stunning natural landscapes make these lakes must-visit destinations. 

From Gosaikunda, the route is almost descent till Ghopte and Thulo Syafru. Then the route follows the Langtang valley. As the trekking route is situated within the Langtang National Park, it is the home of majestic creatures including Red Panda, Snow Leopard, and Assamese Langur (Monkey). Along the way, Buddhist prayer flags and monasteries can be explore. The Kyangjing Gompa is the final destination. 

About Langtang valley to Gosaukunda Trek

It’s important to be well-prepared and equipped. Spring and autumn seasons are considered the best seasons for trekking to the Langtang region. This Langtang valley with Gosaikunda trek spans 10-12 days. Our professional trekking guides make your journey meaningful. This Langtang Valley with Gosaikunda Trek offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural immersion, and spiritual exploration.