Langtang National Park is Nepal’s first Himalayan national park. It was established in 1976 as the country’s fourth protected area. Langtang occupies 1,710 square meters in nuwakot, rasuwa and the Sundhupalchowk districts. Langtang is one of Nepal’s most stunning national parks. It is the most easily accessible highland heaven in the country and is located north of Kathmandu. Lantang reflects the strong spectrum of vegetation types between 1000 m and 7245 m along the altitude scale. By walking three days from the Bhotekoshi River to Langsisa, we can experience the landscapes created by the complex topography and geological settings. The rich vegetation of the park is characterized by the forest of Sal in the southern part of the park. The Langtang national park is gradually taken over by the hill forest consisting of Chirpine, Rhododendron, and Nepalese alder.