Langtang region's peak climbing destination is located very close to the Kathmandu valley. The entire destination falls under the Langtang National Park, which was established in 1976 to conserve the unique flora and fauna of the region. It is the nearest national park of the capital Kathmandu in the Central Himalayan Region. The 1710 sq. km. of the park extends over parts of Nuwakot, Rasuwa, and Sindhupalchok districts in the southern mountainous terrain of the Nepal-China (Tibet) border. The destination is a 7hours drive from Kathmandu to the small town Sybrubensi and the trek starts towards the Langtang village to Kyanjin (final destination settlements) following the Trishuli river.
Langtang region is a very favorable destination for peak climbing since all the climbing destinations are very close and around the Kyanjin village making climbers easily accessible to their needs during the climb or after the climb. Place holds an easy climbing destination for the most difficult climbs. Summit offers a glorious view of the traversed valley including some of the popular mountains of China (Tibet). Beginners' climbers, as well as the most experienced climbers, can perform here, this area is the most friendly and safe being very close to the settlements.
Langtang region is mostly occupied by an ethnic group of Tibetan people, one can experience the social-cultural values of those races, people here practice traditional farming and livestock farming. Langtang is also the world's most diverse destination to explore bird habitats. 250 different species of birds are found here in such a small landscape other animals like musk deer and Himalaya, red panda, Himalayan black bears, snow leopards, wild dogs, and mountain goats. Following the best peak climbing destination in Langtang region.