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Sybaru Bensi-Khanjung- SyarpagaonSybaru Bensi-Khanjung- Syarpagaon. The valley offers pine forest, swift mountain streams, rugged rock and
snow capped peaks, grassy downs and meadows strewn with daisies and wild primulas.
In the upper part of the valley there are snow ridges spanning angry torrents, high passes
enveloped in the mists, tiny lakes of crystalline brightness and glaciated mountain giants.


Day 1: Kathmandu-Dhunche- Sybaru Bensi

Drive to Sybaru Besi via Trishuli Bazaar and Dhunche.


Day 2: Sybaru Bensi-Khanjung- Syarpagaon

We climb through a variety of small villages and tracts of dense forest. In the afternoon a
travel of 3 hours brings us to the village os Syarpagaon.


Day 3:Syarpagaon-Lama Hotel

From Syarpagaon, the trail winds up and down through the forest to Ghora Tabela.


Day 4:Lama Hotel-Langtang Valley

From here a short climb brings us to the pass from where the Langtang valley begins.

Day 5: Namche Bazaar (3435 m)

From the pass the trail leads to the large village of Langtang before ascending a ridge
dotted with tiny villages. As the valley widens, we climb up throughyak pastures to
Kyangjin Gompa.


Day 6: Kyangjin Gompa

An excellent look out can be reached by climbing the slopes immediately behind the
Kyangjin. The majestic 7200m Langtang Lirung rises above the glaciers. A visit to the
cheese factory completes the day. It is really a good experience to try to climb to Tsergo


Day 7: Kyanjin-Ghora Tabela

Then back to Langtang by the same route.


Day 8: Ghora Tabela-Syabru

Trek back to Syabru by the same route.


Day 9: Syabru-Sing Gompa

Today we climb through forests of fir and rhododendron. The only signs of human
habitation are the occasional shepherds’ huts at the water points. We camp near Sing
Gompa and the cheese factory.


Day 10:Sing Gompa-Gosaikunda

We follow a rugged trail with dramatic views; to the west lies Himal Chuli(7893m,)
Manaslu(8256m,) and Ganesh Himal(7406m.) In a clear day even the Annapurna range can be seen rising up behind, and to the north across the valley is Langtang Lirung. We pass a few huts in the high pasture of Laurebina, cross a small ridge and have our first views of the holy lakes. There are about a dozen lakes in the Gosaikunda basin, the main three being Sarswatikunda, Bharabkunda and Gosaikunda. According to legend, Gosaikunda was created by the lord Shiva when he pierced a glacier with his trident to obtain water to quench his thirst after having swallowed a poison that threatened to destroy the world.


Day 11: Gosaikunda-Thare Pati

We continue over rugged trails and pass several other smaller lakes to the Thare Pati pass(4620m,) then descend to the tree line. The trail runs past beautiful waterfalls, through juniper and rhododendron forests. We descend to the huts of Thare Pati.


Day 12: Thare Pati-Gul Bhanjyang

We drop steadily all day through fir and rhododendron forests and then through prickly-leaved Oak forests. We camp at the Tamang village Gul Bhanjyang. This ridge walk provides excellent views of the mountains and the Helambu valley.


Day 13: Gul Bhanjyang-Chisopani

Today’s walk consists of gentle ups and downs, following a ridge to our campsite just
above Chisopani(2194m,) from where there are excellent views of the Himalayan range from Manaslu to Everest.


Day 14:Chisopani-Kathmandu

We climb to the small pass at Burlang Bhanjyang (2438m.) and take our last look at the great line of snow peaks of the Himalaya before descending to Sundarijal and then drive to Kathmandu.


Day 15: Departure

Three hours before flight you will transfer to TIA.

Price:$ 2,600.00

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