The trek to Langtang valley is for every tourist who wants to explore the Himalayas, trek on these mighty mountains but is looking for a relatively easy route with short walks and lower altitude. The most popular yet lesser busy than various other popular treks in Nepal has gained popularity amongst tourists in recent past. The valley is comparatively closer to the city but it is hard to tell as the well-preserved ecosystem and untouched natural beauty make it look like one is farther into nature. The route to this trek is also the scenic one which takes trekkers through dense bamboo forests, waterfalls, rose tree forests and couple of snow-capped mountain peaks. The highlight of this trek is Langtang Lirung range which is a spectacular sight and jaw-dropping view of Annapurna Range. But the pros of the trek is not just restricted to its picturesque landscapes but also gives travelers a chance to explore the local cultural heritage. Due to its close-proximity to Tibetan border, the region is largely influenced by their culture and lifestyle. Along with the traditions and history, tourists will also come across several Buddhist temples and monasteries. Although after getting destroyed by 2015 earthquake, the valley is rising from its own ashes. Langtang is open for tourists and in fact by taking the trek a tourist gets an opportunity to directly contribute to the economic upliftment of the residents.

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