Langtang Valley is the third popular trekking area in Nepal. The trek up the Langtang Valley is one of the short treks. Langtang Valley lies to the north of Kathmandu and is easily accessible. Langtang Valley is the native land of Tamang people and Sherpa people from Helambu. Both are the Buddhist ethnic tribes of Nepal. The valley offers the scenic view of a series of snow-capped mountain peaks such as Langtang Lirung, the Gang Chengpo from the south and so on, slow moving rivers, pine forest and swift mountain streams, numerous Monasteries, prayer flags, rocks, and picturesque landscape near the passes to the Langtang. Rhododendron begins to bloom in March and remains in full bloom, which makes the valley look more beautiful and attractive. The Langtang Valley has been declared as a national park, which provides plenty of opportunities to observe nature closely. Semi-wild yaks, mountain goats and snow leopards are found in this national park. Trekkers can expect climatic varieties – from tropical to alpine – along this trek.The trek to Helambu is open all the year round. However, it is not advisable to go on this trek during the monsoon and winter. It is difficult to cross Laurovinayak La and Ganja La in winter due to the thick layer of snow that covers this area from December to February.
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