Gosaikunda-Chisapani trek is one of the most popular trekking routes in the Langtang region, located north of Kathmandu.
Dense forests of oak, pine and birch reside along the trekking trail with yak pastures and alpine pastures which bloom during the spring. These forests are full of red pandas, Himalayan black bear, and wild boar and monkeys. This valley is popularly known as the valley of glaciers and the mountains rise on either side of the valley.
The trekking starts from Sundarijal and ends at Dhunche and the major attraction in between the starting and ending point is the Gosaikunda, a scared lake for the Hindus. The final destination of this trek is Gosainkunda Lake where we will find other lakes such as Bhairabkunda, Sarswatikunda, SuryaKund, etc. You will catch a spectacular view of the Langtang range throughout the trek. The trekking path, which passes through various landscapes and lush green forests, terraced farmlands, waterfalls and streams, is rather steep but isn’t difficult and gets a bit challenging at some point. This trekking path is ideal for all trekkers.
From Kathmandu (1350m) we will trek towards Sundarijal and then to Chisapani(2215m), which will take around 4 to 5 hours.
From Chisapani we will head towards Gulbhanjyang and then to Kutumsang(2470m), which will take around 5 to 6 hours.
From Kutumsang we will head towards Mangengoth and then to Tharepati pass (3690m), which will take further 6 to 7 hours.
From Tharepati pass we will head towards Ghopte and Phedi (3630m), which will take around 6 to 7 hours.
From Phedi we will trek to Laurebina pass (4610m) and Gosainkunda (4380m) for about 7 to 8 hours.
From Gosainkunda we will trek for 4 to 5 hours to Chandanbari (3330m).
From Chandanbari we will head back to Dhunche(1960) and then drive back to Kathmandu.
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