Mount Langtang Lirung is the highest peak of the Langtang Himal, which is the subsidiary range of the Nepalese Himalayas, and it stretches to southwest of mount Shishapangma 8035m. Mount Langtang Lirung lays to the north of Langtang Valley and towards the southwest of eight thou sander Shishapangma 8035m. It is the highest peak of Langtang Himalayan range which forms its east portion, the mountains including Jugal Himal that is between the Sun Koshi Valley in the east and Trisuli Gandaki Valley in the west. Southern west of mount Shisapangma, the Peak is not so high, though Langtang Lirung is the notable for its large vertical massif of 5500m. Above Trisuli Gandaki; and to the west it's in only 16 km's elongation. It has a large south face posing a great challenge to the mountaineers. It was successfully climbed only in 1978 via East Ridge making four camps to the approach. Most of the previous teams have climbed this peak via southeast or Southwest Ridge routes. This mountain is situated face to face, to Katmandu valley.