Langtang Khola 4 km above its mouth
|location||Bagmati ( Nepal )|
|Drain over||Trishuli → Gandak → Ganges → Indian Ocean|
Langshisa Glacier and other glaciers
|Height difference||approx. 2960 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 74 ‰|
The Langtang Khola (also written Langthang Khola in German texts ) is a mountain river in Nepal .
The Langtang Khola is fed by the Langshisa glacier and other glaciers. It flows through the central Himalayas in a westerly direction. The mountain range of the Langtang Himal extends to the north as part of the main Himalayan ridge. It finally flows into the Trishuli above Dhunche . The catchment area of the river is entirely within the Langtang National Park . The Langtang Khola has a length of 40 km.