Trip duration: 18 days
Trek Cost: As upon request
Group size: Minimum Two People
Best season: March to May/ Aug to November
Maximum altitude: 5308 meter
Trek starts at: Chautara
Trek ends at: Syapru besi
Actual Adventure Private Limited is organizing the trekking to GHT Lang tang via Tilman pass since a long time ago. The first person to explore this region was a European Mr. W.H. Tilman in 1949. Very few people have ever landed their footsteps over here .We will start our trek From the town of Chautara, we gradually ascend a long ridge, the Kami Danda, with fabulous views east and west of a chain of mountains that form a natural border with Tibet.
We arrange all procedure to trek like staff management, safety management, trekking information management system (TIMS), ground handling management and every aspect of trekking in a very reasonable way. That is why we are able making standard among numerous trekking companies.
The challenging Tilman Pass leads to Langshisa and the upper Langtang Valley, which offers outstanding photogenic sunsets in the wonderfully diverse National Park. An easy trail down to Syabru Besi follows the third most popular trekking route in Nepal, and ends among the lively and fun-loving Tamang people.
Actual Adventure Private Limited has made the standard itinerary of this trekking. If this cannot accomplish the requirement of the visitor, we will provide itinerary as upon the requirement of them as well. We recommend Mar to May and Aug to Nov as the best trekking season in Nepal. We organize any type of trekking in these season.
You will meet Actual Adventure Private Limited staff upon arrival at Tribhuvan International airport. Then we greet and assist you to transfer hotel as per reservation.Day 2: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing tour (1330m)
This morning a sightseeing tour takes in the key attractions in and around Kathmandu. We will visit Pashupatinath and Boudhanath, returning to the hotel by 2pm. In the afternoon you may have time to explore Swoyambhunath, Durbar Square, Patan or Bhaktapur, cultural and spiritual significance - Kathmandu has more World Heritage sites than any other city in the world.Day 3: From Kathmandu to Chautara (1450m), drive approx. 3 hrs
After breakfast transfer by road to the trail headed at Chautara.Day 4-5: Commence trek to Kami Kharka (2810m).
We commence our trek with a long ridge climb, during these early days of the trek we pass through Hindu, Tamang and Sherpa villages. This region has extensive rhododendron, pine and fir forests.Day 6-7: To Pauwa Pass (3000m/6hrs) & Hile Bhanjyang (3400m/4.5hrs).
We continue along the ridge climb with fabulous views east and west of a chain of mountains that form a natural border with Tibet. W.H. Tilman was the first European to explore this region in 1949, and very few have ever retraced his footsteps.Day 8-9: To Nasim Pati (3700m/4hrs) & Panch Pokhari (4074m/3hrs).
Panch Pokhari is named after 5 holy ponds and thousands of pilgrims climb to the sacred Panch Pokhari Lakes during the monsoon. There is a Mahadev Temple located here and from the top of Panch Pokhari we gain views of the Jugal Himal and Rolwaling.Day 10-11: To Tin Pokhari (4255m).
We are now well above the tree line as we make a short climb from Panch Pokhari to the ridgeline and continue north crossing spurs and basins until we descend into a valley and a final climb to Tin Pokhari.Day 12-13: Cross Tilman Pass (5308m) to north high camp (4720m).
There are two routes through the lower rocky section of the pass and it will depend on conditions as to which one we choose to ascend. This is quite a challenging pass and there will be loose rock and scree to negotiate. Once we reach a steep rock face after the initial climb we traverse to the left and climb directly onto the snowfield of the pass. The pass is to the northwest of the snowfield. We then descend a steep snow slope and rocky gullies,care should be take here as the gullies can be icy. We may fix a handline and your leader will advise the plan after assessing the conditions. The pass crossing will be a long day of approx. 7-9 hours. We camp at the northern shore of a lake.Day 14: To Kyangjin Gompa (3830m), approx. 7hrs.
We are now approaching the main Langtang Trail to Kyangjin Gompa where there are many teahouses. There is a nearby cheese factory that is well worth a visit and of course a visit to the Gompa. There is a viewpoint on a hill to the north of Kyangjin Gompa with prayer flags adorning the summit, and time permitting this is a great vantage point also worth the effort.Day 15-16: To Ghoratabela (3030m) & Syabru Besi (1503m).
We are now travelling along the clearly marked main trail of the Langtang trek. Following the river we wind through many tea houses and small villages to the end of the trail at Syabru Besi.Day 17: Move back to Kathmandu by road
We meet our transportation after breakfast for the drive back to Kathmandu. Overnight at Hotel.Day 18: Trip ends at Kathmandu.
After breakfast arrangements we will assist to reach at TIA for your onward journey.