Welcome to our blog. The weather varies from place to place. Knowing the weather of a place before trekking that place is a must for safety reasons. Also, it helps to know which reason is favorable and worth it. In this blog, we will discuss the weather of Langtang Valley.

We will explore the Four seasons: Autumn, Spring, Summer, and Winter, in detail.

Langtang Valley Trek Overview

Langtang Valley is famous for many snow-capped mountains, such as Mount Langtang Ri, Langtang, Langrisa, and Ganjala Peak. It is also called the “Valley of Glaciers” and is one of the most beautiful places in Nepal, with breathtaking views and beautiful landscapes.

Welcoming Tamang locals and their culture makes your heart flutter. This trek leads to an elevation of 3800 m (Kyanjin Gompa) and 4773 m (Kyanjin Ri). It starts from the easy route to the moderately difficult route. It is famous among soft adventure trekkers. This trek gives you a jaw-dropping view.

This trek lasts for 10-15 days. It starts from Kathmandu to SyabruBesi. Syabru Besi is the starting point of the trek. You trek to Lama Hotel, Mundu, and finally to Kyanjin. Then, return to Lama Hotel, SyabruBesi, to Kathmandu, which will end the trip.

This trek also passes through Langtang National Park, where many wildlife, such as Himalayan deer, bears, monkeys, and red pandas, inhabit. The trail goes up through Kyanjin Gompa by the Bank of Langtang River. You can enjoy a heavenly view after reaching Ghora Tabela.

This is a teahouse accommodation trek with the most magnificent forests to high alpine meadows and yak pastures around Kyanjin Gompa, a Bushhist monastery. Tibetan Buddhist culture here gives you very serene and authentic vibes.

Best Time to Trek Langtang Valley

Langtang Valley makes it possible to trek in all four seasons. But among the four seasons, Spring and Autumn are the most comfortable seasons. Summer is difficult due to the hot climate and heavy rainfall. You can choose any season, but it’s always better to save some trouble. Let’s talk in detail.

1. Trekking Langtang Valley in Spring

Spring is the best season to trek to Langtang Valley. This season starts in March and ends in May. This blooming season welcomes you with the most beautiful natural landscapes. This season is suitable for trekking in high altitudes.

The climate is stable, with mild temperatures, which makes your journey easier. You see flora, forests, and green vegetation along the trail. The views of the clear sky, mountains, and glaciers are picturesque.
In spring, the days are longer and nights shorter. You get enough Time to rest during your trek. The starry nights and good visibility in the early morning are best to embrace the beauty of the moon, stars, and warmth of the sun.

As this is the peak season, the place will be more crowded than the off-season but less crowded than other treks. You will get to see people from all around the world during this journey. Make new friends and enjoy your trek to the best in the upcoming spring.

2. Trekking Langtang Valley in Autumn

Autumn is also the best time to trek Langtang Valley. Autumn starts in September and ends in November. It is colder than the spring season, with less chance of rain and snowfall. The moderate temperature makes the journey very cozy and comfortable.

It is cold, especially during nighttime, but it is tolerable. Autumn has dry days, clear skies, and the best views. The trails are in the best condition. This season favors trekkers in every possible way.

This is also the seasonal Time. So, you get to meet many companions during your whole journey. The trails are crowded. You can hardly get any rooms at homestays. Still, if you want a safe trek without difficulties, this is the best time to trek.

3. Trekking Langtang Valley in the Summer

Summer is quite a challenging time to trek Langtang Valley. Summer starts in June and ends in August. The summer is known as the monsoon season, a season with downpours. The trails are in the worst condition, making it difficult to trek.

There is less rain at higher altitudes. It doesn’t rain all day, but it rains every day. The rain disturbs the journey. There is a high chance of injury on muddy trails. Due to heavy rainfall, landslides occur. This is offseason time for trekking.

So, there is less crowd and fewer disturbances in the season. The tea houses are also nearly empty, which makes it cheaper. Although the climate is not very favorable, the morning views are very spectacular.

4. Trekking Langtang Valley in Winter

Winter is the off-season time to trek due to its cold temperature. It starts in December and ends in February. The temperature drops up to -13 degrees during the night, which makes it difficult to tolerate. The chilly wind blowing in high altitudes makes you even colder.

But the fact that winter makes mountains beautiful is inevitable. You get to see the best views of snow-capped mountains and clear frozen glacier lakes. Langtang Valley is the “Valley of Glaciers”; winter makes glaciers look more meaningful.

If you are cool in a chilly season, then you can trek in winter as well. Keep yourself warm, and be careful of slippery and snowy trails.


To conclude, among the four seasons, Autumn and Spring are the best feasible seasons to trek. It is possible to trek during Winter and Summer but at your own risk. The thickness of the crowd is a seasonal thing.

Anyway, you will be helped by your guide and travel agency. So, enjoy your trek to Langtang Valley. Both the journey and destination are commendable.

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