Skip to main content


Traverse the biggest glacial mass of all eight-thousander peaks


Langshisha Ri Peak Climbing Overview

Langshisha Ri Peak Climbing takes you on an exciting trip up to Langshisha Ri Peak which lies at an elevation of 6,427m in the magnificent Langtang area. Langshisha peak climbing is one of the most exciting and beautiful experiences of your life. 

Langshisha Ri Peak Climbing allows you to witness the spectacular beauty of Langtang Valley. On this adventurous trip, you may experience the cultural, natural, and spiritual diversity of the region by walking along Langtang Valley and Kyanjin Gompa. You may explore Kyanjing Gompa in addition to touring the Buddhist monastery and climbing to Tserko Ri, which sits 5,000 meters above sea level.

Langshisha Ri was originally a complete expedition peak until being taken over by the Nepalese government in 2002. It is a technically challenging summit in the Langtang trekking area, probably the most difficult trekking peak after Kusum Kanguru. Langshisha Ri is ideal for people searching for a Himalayan experience with an affordable permission system. The Langtang trip offers several types of minor peaks to explore and acclimatize, and it is relatively simple to travel there from Kathmandu.

It is ideal for adventurers since it provides breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks such as Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Shishapangma, Naya Kanga, Yala Peak , and Langtang Lirung. Climbers should have ascending expertise and ability.

Langshisha Ri Peak Route

The Langshisha Ri Expedition begins in Syabrubesi after a 7-8 hour 175 km journey from Kathmandu. The trek will continue to the magnificent Lama Hotel Valley, Langtang town, Kyanjin Gompa, and the Langshisha Ri base camp. After successfully ascending Langshisha Ri, routes descend to Syabrubesi.

Best Season for Langshisha Peak Climbing

The best season to go on Langshisha Ri Peak Climbing is Spring and Autumn. The season of climbing impacts the experience in a variety of ways, which is why one must be cautious while selecting the season for the summit of tough peaks such as Langshisha Ri. Winter and Monsoon are not considered good seasons since they add additional hurdles to the summiting experience with slippery routes and unfavorable climate conditions, but they may still be selected if you have a tight timetable. Before starting on the expedition, one must consider the Langshisha-Ri Peak Climbing Season.

Climbing Highlights

  • Staying in a personalized tent where you have your own private space during the expedition
  • Being nourished by freshly cooked meals every day, made by our team
  • Knowing that you are being looked after by a team that prioritizes safety above all else
  • Enjoying hassle-free preparation since our team provides you with all necessary climbing gear (besides personal gear)
  • Getting advice and hands-on experience before the summit push, thanks to on-site climbing orientation provided by our highly skilled team members

Trip Highlights

  • A new challenge for mountaineering enthusiasts who have already climbed to 6,000m or 7,000m, who want to take on the world’s 14th highest peak (8,013m)
  • Venturing into China’s Tibetan autonomous region, located north of Nepal, and experiencing some of the local culture
  • Langshisha Ri is considered one of the most accessible eight-thousanders, and is relatively safe compared to other mountains of this altitude
  • Traversing the spectacular ridge to the summit which is largely covered by glacial mass
  • This expedition can serve as a preliminary 8,000m peak for those who would next like to attempt a more technically difficult peak or Mount Everest
  • Being free to focus on climbing and enjoying the adventure while our team of dedicated mountaineering professionals handle all the logistics and safety concerns

Daily Itinerary

Day 1. Drive Kathmandu → Syabru Besi (1,460m) – approx. 7 hours

By Jeep. Spend the night.

Day 2. Trek Syabru Besi → Lama Hotel (2,470m) – approx. 8 hours

1 night stay

Day 3. Trek Lama Hotel → Langtang (3,400m) – approx. 8 hours

1 night stay

Day 4. Trek Langtang → Kyanjin (3,870m) – approx. 4 hours

1 night stay

Day 5. Rest or Exploration day

Choose between a sunrise hike to Tserko Ri (approx. 9-10 hours / 17.5km), or Kyanjin Ri (approx. 3-4 hours / 8km) viewpoints for panoramic views of ice-capped Himalayan peaks.

Day 6. Base Camp

2 night stay, acclimatization

Day 7. Camp 1

1 night stay

Day 8. Camp 2

1 night stay

Day 9. Camp 3

1 night stay

Day 10. Camp 4


Day 11. Camp 5

Base Camp

Day 12. Return to Kathmandu

Via helicopter

Our Travel Expert

Udaya Gartaula


Cancellations & Refunds

At Rolwaling Trek, we want our clients to have the best possible experience. That’s why we don’t withhold deposits or have a fixed cancellation policy. We understand that sometimes life puts you in unexpected situations, so if you have to cancel or postpone a trip, there’s no need to worry.

If you need to change plans, please get in touch with us as soon as you can, and we will make the necessary arrangements to amend or cancel your trip. You can contact us at: +977 – 9801026642.


  • Trekking routes can be customised to suit your personal interests, abilities and time constraints.
  • If an area does not have good quality accommodation options, we can provide very comfortable camping-style accommodation for the duration of your journey.
  • Rolwaling also has a team of cooks who specialise in making Japanese cuisine, using authentic ingredients from Japan.
  • A lot of the fresh produce used in our dishes is sourced locally from growers in the trekking region.

Contact our Travel Expert

We pay special attention to your requirements and craft personalized getaways which showcases unique cultural, adventure and natural experiences of Nepal. We craft bespoke journeys for your expeditions & treks and also ensure you can experience the best that Nepal has to offer even for your shorter trips.

Need Help?