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Ganesh Himal Trek


Ganesh Himal a non-touristic trail, lying northwest of Kathmandu Valley, is one of the off beaten treks situated in central part of Nepal. The name of the Ganesh Himal is named after Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed god of the God of Good fortune. Ganesh Himal explores the breathtaking and incredible views of the Ganesh Himal region

Ganesh Himal a non-touristic trail, lying northwest of Kathmandu Valley, is one of the off beaten treks situated in central part of Nepal. The name of the Ganesh Himal is named after Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed god of the God of Good fortune. Ganesh Himal explores the breathtaking and incredible views of the Ganesh Himal region. Amazing view of Langtang Region and Annapurna Region from Budi Gandaki and Bhote Koshi, situated in the Western part of Nepal.  Crystal clear view of the Ganesh Himal can be observed from Capital City Kathmandu Valley. The "Great Mountain Chains" formed by the different peaks like Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Ganesh IV and Ganesh V are a spectacular view that forms a line in the sky. The amazing and beautiful Tamang village, Gorge, hot spas and glaciers make trekkers more pleasing. The amazing view of Ganesh Himal II, Langtang Li Rung, Paldor peak and Ganesh Himal can be viewed from KholaKharka and SangjungKharka. Different flora and Fauna and Impressive display of Valley set aflame by yellow blossoms of double Jasmine, Primula etc. of this region are other eye-catching features.

The lightening and colorful dense forest of the rhododendron, Spanish oak, and blue pine are other fascinating features offered by Ganesh Himal Trekking. The trek heads you up to one of the beautiful villages where you can survey the lifestyle, tradition, culture, different caste, and creed where the hospitality of the local people are more pleasing. Singla pass, fascinating scenic viewpoint whereas the 35 peaks over 6000 m, lies in Jyamrung, Gorkha, Khanchok, Darkha, and JasailKunda makes the trekkers more surprised and interesting. Adventures Leader Nepal provides best Ganesh Himal Trekking itinerary with reasonable price. Ganesh Himal base camp trek is another best option for you that leads you to the beautiful base camp of Ganesh Himal.

Highlights

  • Explore the local villages, gorge, and glaciers.
  • Trek through the colorful dense forest.
  • Explore local culture, traditions, and history.
  • Amazing panorama view of mountains from Pasang La.

Day 1: Kathmandu to Betrawati

Day 2: Betrawati to Kispang

Day 3: Kispang to ThuloChaur

Day 4: ThuloChaur to Gonga

Day 5: Gonga to Rupchet

Day 6: Rupchet to Kharka

Day 7: Kharka to Pashang La

Day 8: Pashang La to Tipling

Day 9: Tipling to Borang

Day 10: Borang to Jharlang

Day 11: Jharlang to KintangPhedi

Day 12: KintangPhedi to Jemrung

Day 13: Jemrung to DhadingBesi

Day 14: DhadingBesi to Kathmandu

Day 1: Kathmandu to Betrawati

After breakfast, we will drive towards Betrawati Bazaar where we will be staying in a tent on the Trishuli River bank. You can enjoy the amazing views of sloe terraced fields, villages and Ganesh Himal Range.

Day 2: Betrawati to Kispang

 Today, our trek starts with an easy walk through the villages and farmlands. After, almost 5 hours of the trek we will be in Kispang a small village of Tamang people. Overnight at Kispang.

Day 3: Kispang to ThuloChaur

With a gentle climb through the villages, monasteries, schools we will head towards ThuloChaur. We will cross the waterfalls on our way. Overnight at ThuloChaur.

Day 4: ThuloChaur to Gonga

After breakfast, we will climb through the rhododendron and pine forest where you may mark wild animals like Deer, monkeys, Wild Boar etc. After we reach in Gonga, we can capture the amazing view of Ganesh Himal. Overnight in Camp.

Day 5: Gonga to Rupchet

Today, we will be walking through the broad forest for around four hours to reach Ruptcha. During our trek, we can enjoy the series of Mountains. Overnight at Rupchet.

Day 6: Rupchet to Kharka

After breakfast, we have to walk through a steep walk to Shing La pass from here we can see amazing panoramic views of Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu and other mountains. To reach Kharka, we will climb down on a steeply way. Overnight in Camp.

Day 7: Kharka to Pashang La

The climb is fairly steep on a zig-zag path up to Pashang la. As you climb higher the vegetation changes into Juniper and rhododendron forests. From here, a final climb will take us to the pass with amazing views around. This pass has a large area with a newly porter’s lodge and a couple of shelters.

Day 8: Pashang La to Tipling

After breakfast, we descend down to Tipling a large village of Tamang people. Explore the Tamang culture and tradition. Overnight at Tipling

Day 9: Tipling to Borang

Today, we will pass through the terraced fields and a number of villages. Our destination is another Tamang village called Borang where we will be welcomed by the villagers. Overnight in Camp.

Day 10: Borang to Jharlang

We will hike passing terraced fields, villages and reach Jharlang after around 6 hours. Overnight in Camp.

Day 11: Jharlang to KintangPhedi

Today, we will descend through the steep drop to KintangPhedi. Overnight in Camp.

Day 12: KintangPhedi to Jemrung

Our trek goes along the river bank for about two hours and ascends the way through the villages to Jemrung. Overnight in Camp.

Day 13: Jemrung to DhadingBesi and drive to Kathmandu

Today is our last day of trekking so, we will have an easy march to the DhadingBesi for our vehicle and drive to Kathmandu

 

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