Langsisa RI Peak (6,427 m) is another group “A” climbing peak, declared by Mountaineering Association of Nepal. It lies in one of the popular trekking destinations of Nepal, Langtang. This peak is situated at Jugal Himalayan range in the Langtang region, at Rasuwa District. Langsisa RI is again a technically challenging peak that requires physical fitness and skills or experience.
This trek offers stunning, breath-taking Himalayan views. The main attraction is the panoramic views of Langtang Lirung (7,246 m), Ganesh Himal (7,604 m), Dorje Lakpa (6,988 m), Shishapangma (8,035m), Naya Kanga (5744 m), Yala Peak (5,535 m), etc. The trip puts light on the Tamang culture, the Langtang valley. The Tibetan monasteries, pine forest, swift mountain streams, rugged rock and snowcapped peaks, yaks, grassy downs, and meadows stream with daises and wild animals are other attractions of the journey. And in the upper part of the Langtang valley there are snow ridges spanning angry torrents, high paths enveloped in mist tiny lakes of glaciated mountains. The starting point of this trek is Shyabru besi that leads to the Langtang valley. Then, from there Kyanjin Gompa is met. Later Langsisa Kharka is scaled on foot where usually the training session by professional climber takes place. This acts as the base camp, then after the trek to high camp, Langsisa Ri peak is scaled with guidance.
This trek can be done whole the year-round but the best season for climbing this peak is March to May and September to December. It is popular among hobby climbers and its accessible route follows to regular Langtang trekking region.
Upon your arrival, one of our representatives will pick you from the airport and transfer you to the hotel for the overnight stay. We will have brief discussion about our trip package and itinerary.
Our team will assist you on preparing legal documents and collecting all the official permits required for peak climbing.
We will drive towards Syabru besi from Kathmandu valley which takes about nine hours to reach there.
Today we will trek for 5 hours to reach Lama Hotel. The route crosses the Bhote Koshi River and goes along the bank of the Langtang River. Also, the route enters into the Rimche and Bamboo Village before reaching Lama Hotel.
The route continues ascending through the forests and passes Ghore Tabela ( 2,950 m). We will walk through the temporary settlements of herders. After 6 hours of gentle walk, we will reach Langtang Village.
The trail goes gradual climbing through small villages and forested landscapes. It takes 3 hours to reach the settlement of Kyangjin. We will explore the Kyangjin Gompa Monastery and cheese factory.
Early in the morning, we will walk up the moraine to see the spectacular ice faces and tumbling glaciers of Langtang Lirung or ascend Kyangjin Ri Peaks (4,350 m.) of the Langtang range.
We will follow the traditional route used by locals for their summer migration. The beautiful place offers stunning views of Langtang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Yala, and Langsisa Himal.
It will take 6 hours to trek from Langsisa Kharka to Langsisa Base Camp. Our expert climber will train you about the techniques of glacier walking, fixing ropes and using ice axes.
We will climb for 5 hours to reach Langsisa High Camp.
We will start our climbing very early in the morning and climb gently for 4 hours to the top of the peak. After spending quality time at the summit, we will return back to Base Camp which will take another 3 hours.
We will descend towards Kyangjin Gompa which will take 5 hours. We will cross glaciers and Langtang Ranges to reach there.
We will descend towards Lama Hotel via same route, we trekked before.
The route goes across the dense forests and sometime ascending but mostly we have to descend through downhill.
It will take 5 hours to trek from Thulo Syabru to Dhunche Bazaar. The trail descends through valley across the village and follows the river to reach Dhunche.
Taking first bus from Thulo Syabru to Kathmandu, we will be in Kathmandu valley after 7 hours of comfortable journey.
You can go for shopping or hike for city tour.
You will be transferred to the luxury hotel from where you can depart to your home town or join next tour with us.
There might be some fixed departures in the peak season but you can check our fixed departures. If you are with some friends you can join with others if you want to. Even if you are alone, you can trek along with other groups, our well-experienced staff will not let you feel alone or bored.
Tea house means local lodges that exist along the treks where we will sleep and eat. These lodges prepare a large variety of local and western meals at a reasonable price. Our guides are very familiar with all these tea houses.
As a first aid kit is important while trekking, we included it in the trek. And we also have guides who are trained in using a first aid kit in case of emergency too. Please note that our clients are responsible to bring all their required personal medications (prescription) for their allergies etc.
Yes, there are many trekking shops in Nepal where you can easily hire or purchase backpacks, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, down jackets, etc. You can easily find them mostly in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Yes, we will provide a responsible guide and our company takes all responsibilities to happen all safely and comfortably.
The Nepal rupee (NR) is the local currency accepted throughout the country. You will be able to exchange your national currency for rupees at the airport, banks, and other currency exchange offices. You can also find some ATMs where you can get local currency with a debit card. Many shops and restaurants in Kathmandu and Pokhara accept Credit cards too.
If you have any other questions or special requirements please do not hesitate to contact our representative team before arrival or while you are in Nepal.
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