Langtang territory is toward the north of Kathmandu Valley. The view here is breathtaking, and the trek more bold as the zone is gone by less visitors. Toward the west of Langtang is Ganesh Himal with a scope of 6000 to 7000 meters. The Gosainkund and Helambu locale deceives its south; these can be consolidated with Langtang to make treks from 7 days to 21 days. The territory was assigned Nepal’s first Himalayan National Park in 1971; it is possessed by Tamang and Sherpa individuals whose religious practices, dialect and dress are a great deal more like those of Tibet than to the conventions of their cousins in the center slopes. The woodlands in the area have mild and sub-snow capped vegetation. Natural life incorporates transitory feathered creatures, deer, monkey, Tahr and Pika. The best time for trekking the Langtang range is spring and fall. A large portion of the trekking courses in Helambu and Langtang are very much presented with teahouses making autonomous trekking very conceivable. Be that as it may, there are no such offices in the Ganesh Himal range or Ganja La territory. A trip to the Langtang valley offers a chance to investigate the Tamang towns, climb little pinnacles and to visit ice sheets at a more agreeable height than other trekking locales
Access to Helambu is especially simple and snappy. Sundarijal, which is a standout amongst the most helpful beginning stages, is a hour’s drive from Kathmandu. Other conceivable street heads are at Budhanilkantha, Kakani and four hour head out at melamchi Pul. For Langtang and Ganesh Himal the Choice is restricted drive to Dhunche in Rasuwa area. The street then proceeds to Syabrubesi from where Ganesh Himal and Langtang treks can begin.