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Return to Langtang, Nepal

Return to Langtang, Nepal

We are delighted to once again offer a trek in the stunning Langtang region of Nepal. Following the earthquake and subsequent landslide which hit Langtang in spring 2015 we now consider the time is right to return to these beautiful valleys.

We are delighted to once again offer a trekking holiday in the stunning Langtang region of Nepal. Following the earthquake and subsequent landslide which hit Langtang in spring 2015 we now consider the time is right to return to these beautiful valleys. The trails have been fully cleared, tea houses re-built where necessary, and the local people are eager to welcome back trekkers.

Our Langtang & the Laurebina La trek takes in the very best that Langtang has to offer, crossing as it does three distinctive regions: the snow-capped peaks of the high Langtang Valley, the rugged beauty of Gosainkund Lake and its satellites and the rich cultural heritage of the Helambu Valley. In fact it is more like three glorious treks rolled into one!

As Langtang re-joins the great trekking regions of Nepal, there is no better time to rediscover its beautiful high passes and pristine valleys and to give your support to its wonderfully, welcoming people as they rebuild their lives.

For dates, price and a detailed itinerary take a look at our Langtang trek

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Many congratulations to Chris, his prize is £250 towards a Mountain Kingdoms holiday. We look forward to seeing what brilliant images he captures on his future travels.

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