Lauri Binayak Pass Trek Map

Lauri Binayak Pass Trek map

Lauri Binayak Pass Trek Map: the above trek map showcases the trekking journey of the Lauri Binayak Pass. The Lauribinayak Pass trek map provides a visual representation of the trail and geographical features of the area. Boundless Adventure’s primary purpose in giving the map of Lauri Binayak Pass is to provide you with a virtual guide. The map provides a comprehensive overview of the Lauri Binayak pass route, detailing each segment of the trail.

Starting and Ending Points of the Lauri Binayak Pass Trek

Going through the itinerary highlight, lying just below the Legend, provides a detailed overview of the starting and ending points of the trek. The itinerary highlight represents the day-to-day itinerary of the Lauri Binaayak pass. As shown on the itinerary highlight of the trek map of Lauri Binayak, Syabrubesi is the starting point of the trek, and Sundarijal is the ending point.

The itinerary of Lauri Binayal Pass is as follows
Day 01: Kathmandu (1400m)
Day 02: Syabrubesi (1466m)
Day 03: Lama Hotel (1410m)
Day 04: Langtang Village (3430m)
Day 05: Kyanjin Gompa (3830m)
Day 06: Kyanjin Exploration
Day 07: Lama Hotel
Day 08: Thulosyabru (2210m)
Day 09: Shin Gompa (3330m)
Day 10: Gosaikunda (4380m)
Day 11: Ghopte (4610m)
Day 12: Kutumsang (2470m)
Day 13: Chisapani (2215m)
Day 14: Kathmandu
Day 15: Departure

Legend of the Lauri Binayal PassTrek Map

Boundless Adventure has created various icons, signs, and symbols for the Lauri Binayak trek map to make the map visually attractive. However, the signs and color coding make interpreting the map difficult; thus, the Legend supports it. The Legend of the Map explains each symbol and color in the trek map. The features that the Legend interprets include.

Difficulty Level.

The thick red line represents the difficulty level in the Lauri Binayak Pass trek map. Showcasing the difficulty level helps you anticipate the challenges you will face during your trek. The difficulty level of Lauri Binayal Pass is adventurous, so you should be in good physical condition and have trekking experience to start the trek.

Main Hiking Trail.

The bright orange line in the trekking map of Lauri Binayak Pass interprets the main trekking trail from where you pass throughout the journey. The main hiking trail helps you to navigate their trail without fear of getting lost.
The trek to Lauri Binayak passes commerce from Syabrubesi village and ends at Sundarijal. It takes you through a distinct landscape of Nepal, from alpine meadows to forests, rivers, and glacial Mountains. The trek also involves sections of rocky paths, steep ascending and descending, and views of stunning mountain peaks and glaciers.

Secondary Route.

The Lauri Binayak trekking map also shows an alternative route. The orange dotted line represents the alternative route, known as the secondary route. You can undertake the secondary route after finishing the Lauri Binayak pass trek. Taking a secondary route takes you to the Rasuwagadi border.

Driving Route.

The white dotted line inside the thick, bright orange line indicates the driving route on the map. The driving route showcases where you take your drive on your journey to Lauri Binayak Pass. For the Lauribinayak Pass, your driving route is from Kathmandu to Dhunche. It takes 7/8 hours to get to Dhuche from Kathmandu. From Kathmandu to Dhunche, it is a 98.4km drive east from Gangabu, Balaju buspark.


The binoculars icon indicates the viewpoint on the trail to Lauri Binyak Pass. There are three icons of binoculars, interpreting three viewpoints on the trekking map. However, you will only get to two viewpoints: Kyanjin Ri and Tsergo Ri. Another viewpoint, Nagthali, is on a secondary route.

Lying northeast of Kyanjin Gompa, Kyanjin Ri is the popular viewpoint of the Langtang region at 4773m. The viewpoint offers a panoramic view of numerous mountain peaks and glacial. Langtang Lirung, Ganjala Peak, Dorje Lakpa, Langshisa Ri, and Yala Peak are eye-appalling from the Kyanjin Ri viewpoint.
At an elevation of 4948m, Tsergo Ri is another of the finest viewpoints on the Lauribinayak Pass trek. The viewpoint provides a magical sight from the stunning snow-capped peaks to Galcier and the entire Langtang valley. Furthermore, you can appeal to your eye with the sunrise and sunset views from the Tsergo Viewpoint.

Mountain view in Lauri Binayak Pass Trek Map

Trekking with a view of snow-capped peaks is indeed the highlight of the trek. The mountains on the trek map are all you can see during your trek to Lauri Binayak Pass. Mount Manaslu (8163m), Sisha Pangama (8027m), and Ganesh Himal (7422m) provide strength for you to hike up in their beautiful sights. Furthermore, the view of Langtang Lirung (7227m) and Langtang II (6596m) will accompany you on your journey to Lauri Binayak Pass.

Gosaindkunda Lake

Besides the mountain views, Lakes are another highlight of trekking in Lauri Binayak. The blue color’s icon on the map of the Lauri Binayak Pass trek illustrates Lake. There are several lakes in the surrounding of Goasikunda. On your journey, you can explore the lakes of Gosaikunda. There are more than 108 lakes in the Gosiakunda, among which you can explore some during your trek.

Suspension bridge.

Passing suspension bridges over the various river streams is a remarkable part of the trek. The parallel line with horizontal lines on both sides symbolizes a suspension bridge. On your trip, you’ll pass several suspension bridges. You’ll encounter two different types of suspension bridges, one of shaking metal and another of wooden. The bridges are over the river stream, and passing them adds thrill to your journey.


From the Lauri Binayak Pass trek, views of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, and Shisha Pangama Glacier are mesmerizing. Hiking to the viewpoints of the Lauri binayak Pass provides a mesmerizing view of glaciers. Seeing the glacier close up after reaching a higher elevation provides a sense of accomplishment.


Nepal’s flag, with a red rectangle shape, indicates the pass on the trekking map of Lauri Binayak. Passes are the points that take you from one valley and terrain to another. Lauri Binayak Pass, at an elevation of 4300m, is the significant pass of the trip. The pass offers a fascinating view of the mountain peaks.

Monastery along the trekking trail.

Langtang Valley is home to the Tamang ethnic groups. The Tamanag people’s pleasant hospitality and cultural immersion will enhance your trekking. Numerous monasteries during the Lauri Binayak Pass provide a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Tibetan Buddhism. On the way, you can see a monastery at each area corner. The monastery at Dhunche, Langtang village, Kyanjin, and Thulo Syabru are prominent during the Lauri Binayak Pass trip.

Langtang National Park

The trek to Lauri Binayak takes place within Langtang National Park. You’ll walk through Langtang’s National Park throughout the journey to Lauri Binayak. The national park preserves unique flora and fauna and lies near Kathmandu City. The national park has preserved rare species, including red panda, Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, wild dog, goral, and zero. Also, the Langtang National Park is the home to more than 250 species of birds. On the trek to Lauri Binayak, you’ll pass through tree species of birch, silver fir, Sorbus micropyle, and twisted Rhododendron campanulatum of the national park.