Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise

Nepal Pyramids Trekking & Climbing
Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise
At a Glance
  • Duration16 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • Places to Visit Helembu/Gosaikunda/Langtang
  • Max Altitude 4,610m/15,124ft.
  • Group Size 2-15
  • Starts Sundarijal
  • Ends Syabru Besi
  • Activity Teahouse Lodge Trekking
  • Best Season Spring/Autumn

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise Highlights:

  • Offers stunning views of snow-capped peaks, lush valleys, and picturesque landscapes throughout the journey.
  • Takes you through the Langtang National Park, known for its diverse flora and fauna, including rare species like the red panda and Himalayan black bear.
  • Explore the beautiful Langtang Valley, surrounded by towering mountains, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant rhododendron forests.
  • Visit the ancient Buddhist monastery of Kyanjin Gompa, nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas, and immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance.
  • Hike up to Kyangjin Ri for panoramic views of the Langtang range, including Langtang Lirung, Yala Peak, and Dorje Lakpa.
  • Witness the sacred Gosaikunda Lake, a high-altitude lake believed to be formed by Lord Shiva's trident, and soak in its serene and mystical atmosphere.
  • Encounter the warm hospitality and rich cultural traditions of the Tamang ethnic community as you pass through their traditional villages.
  • Climb Tserko Ri for a breathtaking sunrise view over the Langtang Himalayas, including Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Langshisa Ri.
  • Witness vast yak pastures and grazing lands, where you can observe these majestic animals in their natural habitat.
  • Indulge in delicious local cuisine, including traditional dishes like dal Bhat (lentil soup with rice), Tibetan Bread, momo (dumplings), and yak cheese.
  • Enjoy the tranquility and solitude of the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise, as it is relatively less crowded compared to other popular trekking routes in Nepal.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise Overview:

This 15-day Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise takes you to the beautiful and remote area of Lantang. It offers stunning views of the Himalayas, including Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and the Tibetan peaks. The Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise trail passes through dense forests, traditional villages, and high mountain passes.

This classical trek also provides the opportunity to explore the diverse culture and lifestyle of the TAMANG people who reside in the valley. The Tamangs are believed to be of Tibetan origin and have a unique culture and tradition that is worth experiencing. This stunning trek is known for its scenic beauty, diverse wildlife, and cultural richness.

Likewise, Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti Clockwise is a beautiful and unforgettable experience that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, culture, and adventure

This Langtang Gosaikunda circuit Trek usually takes 15 days but can be customized to suit different trekking levels and interests. The starting point of the trek is Sundarijal, which can be reached by a scenic drive from Kathmandu. From there, the trekking trail takes you through the Valley of Helembu, the Valley of Gosaikunda, and eventually to the region of Langtang.

Overall, Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise is a perfect choice for those looking for a unique and challenging trekking experience in the beautiful Langtang region of Nepal.


The history of Langtang Valley can be traced back to prehistoric times, with evidence of human settlement found in the form of stone tools and cave paintings. However, the recorded history of the region begins with the arrival of Tibetan Buddhists from Tibet. These people migrated to the area in the 8th century and established a number of monasteries and settlements.

In the 19th century, Langtang Valley became a major trade route between Tibet and Nepal. Traders from Tibet came crossing the high mountain passes to exchange goods such as salt, wool, and medicinal herbs. This trade route was also used by mountaineers and explorers, including British surveyor William T. H. Green and French geographer Jules-Louis Dozon, who visited the area in the late 1800s.

During the mid-20th century, the Langtang Valley became a refuge for Tibetan refugees fleeing Chinese rule in their homeland. In the 1950s, the Nepalese government allowed the refugees to settle in the region, and they established several villages and monasteries.

Today, Langtang Valley is a popular trekking destination, with thousands of tourists visiting the area each year. Travelers from around the world come to enjoy its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

However, the region was severely affected by the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal in 2015, which caused widespread damage and loss of life in the area. Efforts are still underway to rebuild and restore the region, with support from the Nepalese government and international aid organizations.

Lauribina Pass 4,610m / 15,124 feet:

The Lauribina Pass journey is certainly an artist's masterpiece that paints an unforgettable picture of nature's beauty. It further illustrates itself in the heart and memory of those fortunate enough to walk its breathtaking path.

Trekking via Lauribina Pass to Gosaikunda Lake is an extraordinary adventure that transports trekkers to a world of ethereal beauty and spiritual significance. As the trail gradually gains elevation, the landscape transforms, revealing pristine alpine meadows dotted with colorful wildflowers and grazing yaks.

The snow-capped peaks of the Langtang Himalayan range dominate the horizon, providing a sense of awe and reverence for the raw power of nature.

Approaching Lauribina Pass, the trek becomes more challenging, but the rewards are immense. Reaching the pass's summit is an accomplishment that fills the heart with pride and a profound connection to the majestic surroundings. From this vantage point, the panoramas are simply breathtaking, offering a 360-degree view. The view of the surrounding peaks and valleys, with Gosaikunda Lake shimmering in the distance like a hidden gem is sensational.

Descending towards Gosaikunda Lake, trekkers are greeted by the sacred and tranquil waters of this glacial lake. It holds immense religious significance for both Hindus and Buddhists. Surrounded by rugged mountains, the lake's turquoise waters reflect the sky above which is stunning. It definitely creates a mystical atmosphere that invites contemplation and reflection.

The serenity of Gosaikunda Lake and the spiritual aura of the region make it an ideal spot for trekkers to pause, rejuvenate, and connect with nature on a profound level. 

However, trekking via Lauribina Pass to Gosaikunda Lake is an unforgettable experience. It combines natural beauty, physical challenge, and spiritual resonance, leaving trekkers with cherished memories that last a lifetime.

Holy Gosaikunda Lake 4,380 m/ 14,370 feet

Located in the district of Rasuwa in the region of Langtang National Park, Gosainkunda Lake is an exquisite Himalayan freshwater lake. It is a sacred pilgrimage site for Hindus and Buddhists. It is believed that the lake was created by Lord Shiva when he pierced a glacier with his trident to obtain water to quench his thirst.

The GOSAIKUNDA LAKE is situated at an altitude of about 4,380 meters (14,370 feet) above sea level. It is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, including the Langtang Lirung and Ganesh Himal ranges. The lake is fed by several streams and has a surface area of about 13.8 hectares (34 acres). The water in the lake is crystal clear and changes color during different times of the day, making it a popular tourist destination.

The area around the lake is also known for its trekking trails, which offer stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding landscapes. The trek to Gosainkunda Lake is considered to be one of the most popular and challenging treks in Nepal and attracts thousands of tourists every year.

Langtang Village:

Langtang Village is a place of both natural beauty and cultural significance. Before the 2015 earthquake, it was a thriving village, known for its warm hospitality and traditional Tamang culture. However, the earthquake caused significant damage, leaving the village in ruins.

Since then, Langtang Village has been slowly rebuilding and recovering. The resilience and determination of the local community are evident as they work tirelessly to restore their homes and livelihoods. Today, visitors to Langtang Village can witness the remarkable transformation that has taken place.

The village offers a glimpse into the daily lives of the Tamang people, who are known for their rich cultural heritage. Traditional stone houses, adorned with prayer flags, dot the landscape, creating a picturesque setting.

Surrounded by majestic mountains, Langtang Village is a gateway to breathtaking natural wonders. The panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, including Langtang Lirung and Ganesh Himal, are truly awe-inspiring.

Langtang Village serves as a testament to the strength and resilience of the human spirit. It is a place where nature and culture intertwine, offering a unique and unforgettable experience.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01:Pick up from Airport and transfer to Hotel (1,400 m/4,593 feet)
  • Day 02:Half day city tour / afternoon trek briefing and preparation /welcome dinner.
  • Day 03:Drive to Sundarijal (1460 m) and trek to Chisapani (2,215m/7,267 feet)
  • Day 04:Trek to Kutumsang (2,470m / 8,103 feet)
  • Day 05:Trek to Tharepathi (3,690m / 12,106 feet)
  • Day 06:Trek to Phedi (3,630m / 11,909 feet) - Gosaikunda Base Camp
  • Day 07:CROSS LAURIBINA PASS (4610m / 15,124ft) and trek to Laurebina Village (3910 m) through Holy Gosaikunda (4380 m/ 14,370 feet)
  • Day 08:Trek to Thulo Syabru (2,210m / 7,250 feet)
  • Day 09:Trek to Lama Hotel (2410m / 7906 feet)
  • Day 10:Trek to 2015 Tragic Langtang Village (3,430 m/11,253 feet)
  • Day 11:Trek to Kyangjin gompa (3830m / 12,565 feet)
  • Day 12:Exploration day at Kyangjin Gompa climb the kyangjin Ri (4770m/15,649 feet)
  • Day 13:Trek from Kyanjin to Lama Hotel (2,410m / 7,906 feet)
  • Day 14:Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi (1,460m/4,790 feet)
  • Day 15:Drive from Syabru Besi to Kathmandu
  • Day 16:Trip Ends - Transfer to International Airport.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise Detailed Itinerary

Arrival in Kathmandu - Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be greeted by our representative who will transfer you to your hotel. Take some time to rest and explore the vibrant city of Kathmandu.

  • Altitude: 1,400 m/4,593 feet
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Distance: 6 km
  • Transport: Airport Pickup

Kathmandu City Tour and Trek Briefing - In the morning, embark on a half-day city tour, visiting UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Swayambhunath Temple.

In the afternoon, our trekking guide will provide a detailed briefing and help you with the necessary preparations for the upcoming trek. 

  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast & Welcome Dinner

Drive to Sundarijal and Trek to Chisapani - After breakfast, we drive to Sundarijal, the starting point of our trek. From there, we begin our hike towards Chisapani, located at an altitude of 2215m. Enjoy the scenic trail and settle into your lodge for the night.

  • Altitude: 2,215m/7,267 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 1 Hrs. DRIVE 5 Hrs. WALK
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 19.8 km / 10 km
  • Transport: PRIVATE VEHICLE

Trek to Kutumsang - Today, we continue our trek towards Kutumsang at an elevation of 2470m. The trail takes us through beautiful forests, and charming villages, and offers stunning views of the Himalayan peaks.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Trek to Tharepati - As we ascend further, we reach Tharepati at 3690m. The trail rewards us with breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes and the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the local culture.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

 Trek to Phedi - Our trek continues to Phedi, situated at an altitude of 3630m. Enjoy the scenic beauty and tranquility of the mountains as we make our way towards our destination.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Trek to Lauribinaya via Lauribina Pass and Gosaikunda - Today is a challenging yet rewarding day as we cross the Lauribina Pass at 4610m. After the pass, we descend to Gosaikunda, a frozen lake at 4380m. Take in the mesmerizing views and spend some time in this sacred place and descend down to the small settlement of Laurebina.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Trek to Thulo Syabru - We descend from Gosaikunda and continue our trek to Thulo Syabru at 2210m. The trail offers a mix of beautiful landscapes and cultural encounters with the local communities.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Trek to Lama Hotel - Today, we trek to Lama Hotel at 2410m. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and the sound of the flowing river as we make our way through dense forests.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 10 km

Trek to Langtang or Mundu - Continuing our journey, we trek to Langtang or Mundu at an altitude of 3543m. The trail offers stunning views of the Langtang range and the chance to spot wildlife along the way.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 11.5 km

Trek to Kyangjin Gompa - We reach Kyangjin Gompa at 3830m, a famous Buddhist monastery in the region. Take some time to explore the monastery and enjoy the serene atmosphere of this spiritual place.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 3/4 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 6.5 km

Exploration Day at Kyangjin Gompa - Today is a rest day to acclimatize and explore the surroundings. You can hike up to Kyangjin Ri at 4770m for panoramic views of the Himalayas or simply relax and soak in the beauty of the area.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Trek from Kyangjin to Lama Hotel - We retrace our steps and trek back to Lama Hotel, enjoying the familiar trails and reflecting on the incredible journey we have had so far.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 18 Hours

Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi - Our trek concludes as we make our way back to Syabru Besi at 1460m. Celebrate the completion of the trek and spend the night in this charming village.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Drive from Syabru Besi to Kathmandu - After breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu, enjoying the scenic landscapes along the way. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you can relax, shop for souvenirs, or explore the city at your own pace.

  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast Lunch
  • Distance: 120 km/ 74 miles

Departure - Our representative will transfer you to the international airport for your onward journey. Bid farewell to Nepal with beautiful memories of the Langtang Gosaikunda Trek.

  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Transport: Airport Transfer
What's Included
  • PERMITS: All Essential permits required to trek in the region.
  • PICKUP AND DROPS: Airport pickup and drop facilities on both Domestic and International flights are included.
  • ACCOMMODATION: Three-star twin bed sharing hotel Accommodation in KATHMANDU on a Bed / Breakfast basis.
  • WELCOME DINNER: Welcome dinner in a typical traditional Nepali restaurant.
  • SIGHTSEEING: Half-day guided city sightseeing to two most sacred World Heritage Sites with a paid entrance fee.
  • TAXES: All Government and Local tax.
  • GROUND TRANSPORTATION: All Ground transportation to and from the preferred destination as per the itinerary – PRIVATE VEHICLE.
  • STAFF TRANSPORTATION: All ground transportation for all staff as required.
  • EQUIPMENT: Fundamental trekking gear like a sleeping bag with fleece liners, Primaloft jacket, Rain Poncho, Yak-Track, Trekking Poles, etc.
  • LODGING: Local Tea-house accommodation on a twin-sharing basis – A single supplement is provided on request OVER MINIMAL COST, however, depends solely on the availability.
  • DRINKING WATER: Properly boiled hot water for drinking is provided every evening and morning – so it’s wise to have bottles equivalent to 3 liters or bottles along with a Rehydration Bag (camel bag).
  • GLORIOUS FOOD: All Meals (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast with hot beverages) during the trek.
  • TREK LEADER: An accomplished Trekking Group Leader (Legitimate Guiding License Holder) and assistant guide.
  • STAFF INSURANCE & ALLOWANCES: All Ground Staff and their Allowances + their insurance.
  • SAFETY CONCERNS: An all-inclusive comprehensive medical kit on all trips.
  • COMPLIMENTARY TAKE AWAY: Take away the Nepal Pyramids duffel bag, T-shirt, Buff (multi-functional head-wear), and trekking Map.
What's Excluded
  • NEPAL VISA: A fee of $50 that is levied on a 30-day Nepali visa.
  • INTERNATIONAL AIRFARE: The cost of all international flights.
  • PERSONAL EXPENSES: All personal expenses that may include Nepalese SIM card, internet, battery charging, hot shower, laundry, fizzy drinks, Alcohol, etc.
  • EMERGENCY: A medical examination of any kind, High Altitude Evacuation over any circumstances, Air Evacuation and Rescues.
  • DONATIONS: Donations of any kind.
  • STAFF TIPPING: Tipping is entirely a personal matter, however, it’s a trekking culture.
  • EXTRA NIGHTS: Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival or Late departure.
  • SANCTIONS: Permits or the letter of Authorization that is required for special Filming, big Drones, and Filming Cameras.
  • INSURANCE: All-inclusive Travel or medical insurance is a must.
  • EXTRA PORTER: Over request Extra Porter or Assistant is provided that may include the cost of $25 per day.
  • OPTIONAL TOURS: Optional tours and sightseeing or any activities during free time.

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek Anti-Clockwise FAQs

  • The tea houses on this trip may not be as luxurious as those in Everest or Annapurna, as they are essentially extensions of people's homes that have adapted to accommodate tourists. However, despite their basic nature, Nepal Pyramids has been using these family-oriented lodges for years and ensures that they provide a comfortable experience with a homestay atmosphere. These local tea houses offer twin bed-sharing rooms and clean communal toilets.

    The food prepared in their traditional kitchens is organic and incredibly tasty. In terms of meals and accommodation, Nepal Pyramids guarantees complete satisfaction with the local tea houses.

  • This legendary classical trip to Langtang Gosaikunda is challenging in terms of difficulty level that takes you to the land of the peace-loving Tamang people and is simply sensational. It’s challenging due to the undulating trail and altitude variation that takes you to the alpine terrain setting above 4000 m.

    Anybody of any age group can join as our itineraries are intended to make the trip more pleasing than exhausting nonetheless, we recommend pre-physical training that will definitely add to your benefit and your doctors’ consent (mandatory) in regards to any personal ailments, weak ankle/knee, blood pressure, heart/lungs problem, etc.

  • To ensure a hassle-free and comfortable experience, Nepal Pyramids offers private transportation to take you to the starting point of your chosen Langtang destination. Likewise, pick-up arrangements will be made according to the itinerary, also in a private vehicle.

    However, please note that providing luxury vehicles may not be feasible due to the prevailing road conditions in the Langtang region, particularly during the monsoon season. Rest assured, we will provide the most suitable transportation option based on the prevailing season. Additionally, we typically start our journeys early to avoid any potential traffic along the way.

  • As trekking in Nepal entails significant amounts of undulating walks and changes in altitude, we highly recommend engaging in pre-physical training before your arrival. It is essential to obtain your doctor's consent (mandatory) regarding any personal ailments, weak ankles/knees, blood pressure, heart/lung issues, and so on. However, previous extensive trekking experience is not required.

    As part of your training, it is beneficial to engage in everyday undulating walks, running, or cardio exercises while carrying a certain amount of weight. If possible, we highly recommend incorporating walking up and down stairs into your training routine. This will help prepare you physically for the trekking adventure ahead.

  • When you choose Nepal Pyramids as your trekking partner, you are empowered with the freedom to tailor the itinerary to your specific needs. We understand that time constraints and varying fitness levels within a group can greatly impact the trekking experience.

    That's why we offer you the flexibility to modify the itinerary, ensuring that it aligns perfectly with your preferred timeframe and the fitness level of your group. This personalized approach allows you to embark on a trekking adventure that is both enjoyable and accommodating to your unique requirements.

  • Acute mountain sickness (AMS) is a physiological response that occurs when our bodies are exposed to lower levels of oxygen at higher altitudes. This mountain ailment can be potentially life-threatening, and its occurrence is difficult to predict, regardless of age or physical fitness. However, with Nepal Pyramids, you can rest assured knowing that our team of professional leaders is equipped with the necessary medications and oxygen cylinders to effectively manage AMS.

    Additionally, we have ample preventive strategies in place to address any mountain sickness concerns. It's important to note that while AMS is a significant concern, other common mountain ailments such as food poisoning, severe diarrhea, and stomach problems can also be quite distressing.

  • In addition to the popular spring and autumn seasons in Nepal, Langtang remains accessible even during the winter months from December to February.

    Due to the effects of climate change, the Langtang Gosaikunda region experiences a significant decrease in snowfall during the winter season. As a result, trekkers now have the opportunity to undertake winter treks in this area.

    Despite the reduced snowfall, the temperatures can still be quite cold, requiring trekkers to have appropriate winter gear and clothing to stay warm and comfortable throughout their journey. By being adequately prepared, trekkers can still enjoy the beauty of the Langtang Gosaikunda region during the winter months while ensuring their safety and comfort in the face of the remaining cold weather conditions.

    However, it's important to note that despite the lower number of visitors and the potential for breathtakingly clear views, the cold can reach extreme levels. During this time, some lodges may be closed, and there may be limited options available on the food menu. 

  • At Nepal Pyramids, we prioritize environmental conservation, and as such, we strongly discourage the use of disposable plastic bottles during our trips to the Nepal Himalayas. To ensure your hydration needs are met without contributing to plastic waste, our dedicated staff will provide you with boiled water every morning and evening at no extra cost.

    We recommend bringing at least two metal or plastic Nalgene bottles to store this water. In the event that you run out of the supplied water, you have the option to purchase boiled and filtered water from the tea houses along the trekking route at minimal charges. By adopting these practices, we can collectively contribute to preserving the natural beauty of the Himalayas and minimizing our environmental impact.

  • During the winter season, all lodges prioritize the comfort of their guests by providing hot chimney stoves in the dining halls for heating purposes. These stoves are fueled by wood, and as we ascend to higher altitudes, yak dung is often used as an alternative fuel source.

    Typically, the lodges start lighting the chimney stoves around 5 p.m., creating a warm and cozy atmosphere for trekkers to relax and enjoy their meals. However, it's important to note that if you require the chimney to be lit earlier than the usual time, there may be additional charges.

    While the dining hall is heated, the individual rooms do not have a heating system. To keep warm during the night, guests are advised to rely on hot water bottles that are filled by our staff. By utilizing these heating arrangements, trekkers can stay comfortable and cozy despite the cold temperatures of the winter season.

  • Please note that not all settlements along the Langtang Gosaikunda Lake trek offer charging facilities. It is advisable to carry extra batteries or fully charged power bank batteries to ensure you can charge your devices. The cold weather tends to drain batteries quickly, so being prepared is essential.

    Additionally, most tea houses offer basic hot shower facilities at a nominal cost, which may include options such as solar showers, gas showers, or bucket showers. While some lodges provide Wi-Fi services for free, it is important to note that the reliability of the connection may vary and cannot be guaranteed at all times. But many places don't have these privileges. 

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    Safety is our Prior Concern

    Safety is our foremost concern at our Travel company. We prioritize the well-being of our adventurers above all else. We provide top-notch equipment and conduct rigorous safety checks to ensure every trek is as secure as it is adventurous.

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