Nepal Hiking walking to Ganesh Himal Trekking making a way to the north central Nepal from Kathmandu provide trekkers with best Himalayan views of Langtang valley off the beaten track trek of Nepal. Trishuli gandaki valley on the east separates it from the Langtang himal. The highest peak on this range is Yangra (Ganesh I) 7,422 m with three other peak above 7,000 m plus around fourteen other above 6,000 m. So obviously Ganesh himal trek can be taken as the place where trekkers will surely wish to have all of their life and will taken away by the views and the route which are off the beaten track.
The name Ganesh is derived for the Hindu script which means Elephant. Just like the name this mountain also resemble the elephant trunk that we can imagine clearly once we have our visit for Ganesh Himal there are five major groups of peaks for trek: Ganesh Himal trek, Langtang Himal trek, Manaslu trek, Hiunchuli trek and the large Annapurna Himalayan range between Kathmandu and Pokhara cities. Many trekkers recommend this route though it is not as popular as Annapurna and Everest. It is famous for Tamang Culture, spectacular mountain views and rhododendron forest. The Ganesh Himal range consists of several peaks over 7000m in elevation with uninhabited foothills running down to the south and west. No specific permit is needed to trek in Ganesh Himal area.
For Ganesh Himal Trek first ascent of ganesh I happened on 6th October 1955. Summit group was confirmed by famous guide Raymond Lambert, Pierre Vittoz, Eric Gauchar with all of them Swiss, and French Mme. We can also find about the beauty of this place of different books written by writers. All of the writers has got their own way of expressing their visit to such places which will mesmerize all the trekkers in a one go to this trek.
Day 01: Kathmandu to Trishuli to Salangkhu khola (548m) (72 km/ 2-3 hours): Drive by bus, trek.
Day 02: Salangkhu khola to Balche village: Trek.
Day 03: Balche village to Gonga: Trek.
Day 04: Gonga to Singla:Trek.
Day 05: Rest day at Singla (4600m): Acclimatization.
Day 06: Singla to Pangsang: Trek.
Day 07: Pangsang to Shomdang: Trek.
Day 08: Shomdang to Jogeshworkund Lake: Trek.
Day 09: Rest day at Jogeshworkund Lake: Acclimatization.
Day 10: Jogeshworkund Lake to Linju khola: Trek.
Day 11: Linju khola to Sertung village: Trek.
Day 12: Sertung village to Lapa: Trek.
Day 13: Lapa to Mongeythanti: Trek.
Day 14: Mongeythanti to Dunchet village: Trek.
Day 15: Dunchet village to Budigandaki: Trek.
Day 16: Budigandaki to Arughat Bazaar:
Day 17: Arughat Bazaar to Drive by bus to Kathmandu.
Cost USD 2000 .Per person.
Ganesh Himal Entry Permits
Manaslu Entry permit
Kathmandu-Trisuli transfers by tourist bus
Arughat to kathmandu by bus
A Guide: English speaking/license holder/registered/well-equipped
A cook along with the kitchen crew
Necessary porters Three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), tea or coffee as well served at our own kitchen
Accommodations in the mountain at tented camps
Camping gears Safe drinking water First aid kit box
Staff insurance, salary, food, accommodation and their transportation
Bar and beverage bills, airport tax, nature of personal expenses, personal equipment (as per your necessity), insurance for helicopter evacuation, tips to the staff
Note: The Itinerary we are proposing you is only on outline. You could use it to best fitness and interest when practically you are in the field our guide are very comfortable, flexible and understanding to make your trip with full of pleasure
|Grade:||moderate to strenuous||Max-Altitude:||N/A|
|Trek Region:||N/A||Starts in/ Ends in:||Gorkha/gorkha|
|Trek Duration:||22 days (19 days trek)||Type of trek:||Lodge/teahouse|
|Best Season:||March to May and September to November|
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