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Langtang National Park

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Langtang National Park
The Langtang Valley is accessible from overland.  The road goes the Syabrubensi from Kathmandu.There are lots of things being looked like, Monasteries,Temples and local settlement of the People. Permission from the lamas must be gained before visiting any gompas and a small donation is expected.

 The Langtang Valley is the most visited part of the park and for those who do not wish to camp, accommodation in lodges is available. Gosainkunda, an area of high altitude lakes, is reached either from Dhunche or from Sundarijal in the eastern part of Kathmandu Valley. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit these lakes during Janai Purnima festivals in the month of August. Gosainkunda lake is believed to have been created by Lord Shiva.There will be fair in every year in Janai purnima, where Hindu and Buddhist people go for the Fair. It gives glimse of Nepalese people's backgroung history and culture.
 Outstanding views to Langtang Lirung (7246 m) , Himal Chuli (7864 m) are visible from the trail. The route from Dhunche passes a Buddhist monastery, Sing Gompa. An alternative route from the Langtang Valley to Kathmandu crosses the Ganja La pass (5106 m) This pass is difficult and dangerous when snow covered. It is generally open from April to November, but unusual weather can alter its condition at any time. Essentials for crossing the Ganja La are a tent, alpine equipment, food and fuel as well as guide who knows the trail.

 The Helambu circuit, from Sundarijal to Tharepati, barely enters the national park  but is nevertheless an interesting route passing through several Bhotia villages and without ascending to more than 3400 m. From this trail it is possible to connect with Gosainkunda and eastern parts of the park (Panch Pokhari).Still more flora and fauna are found inside the park.


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