Trekkers erroneously ignore the valleys of Langtang and Helambu for the Annapurna and Everest regions. Albeit just multi day's drive from Kathmandu this region is a generally disconnected wild with hallowed lakes and extraordinary snowcapped tops. Langtang is arranged north of Kathmandu Valley, flanking Tibet, while Helambu Valley lies north east of the valley, circumscribing Langtang. Both of these zones are predominately possessed by Tibetans and Tamangs who share a comparative religion, dialect and clothing.
The trek navigates from the west toward the east intersection greatly differing scenes: rice-porches, tremendous rhododendron and fir timberlands in the swamps, and in the most noteworthy parts you will discover a stone and bush wild with inconceivable settings of cold pinnacles, and a field of icy masses beneath Langtang Lirung (7,225m). A move to the summit of Kyanjin Ri opens up a grand display of Langtang Lirung, Langshisha Ri (6,427m) and fluted and tent pinnacles of summits more noteworthy than 6,000m.