Ganesh Himal Trek Nepal 2021
Ganesh Himāl is a sub-range of the Himalayas located mostly in north-central Nepal, but some peaks lie on the border with Tibet. It measures up to 7,422 m from the sea level. Ganesh Himal, the name Ganesh comes after the name of the legendary elephant-headed Hindu God – Lord Ganesh. Situated in between Langtang and […]
Ganesh Himāl is a sub-range of the Himalayas located mostly in north-central Nepal, but some peaks lie on the border with Tibet. It measures up to 7,422 m from the sea level. Ganesh Himal, the name Ganesh comes after the name of the legendary elephant-headed Hindu God – Lord Ganesh. Situated in between Langtang and Manaslu region, Ganesh Himal Trek is an amazing adventure through some of the wonderful and marvelous landscapes of Nepal.
What makes Ganesh Himal a Worthy Trek?
Ganesh Himal region still remains unexplored and remote. As a result, this region is rich in wild flora and fauna in its natural habitat. The ecosystem of this has diverse species of wild animals, plants, trees, herbs, birds, butterflies, and many more organisms. Nature here is truly where heaven meets.
The pristine air, beautiful valleys, verdant forests, meadows, traditional villages, and snow-clad mountains; Ganesh Himal Trek 2021 is an opportunity to hike through the rural landscape of Nepal and to meet local folks who reflect their own unique culture, custom, tradition, and lifestyle. Ganesh Himal comprises four peaks – Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV that stand out like snow-clad crystals forming a great Himalayan chain dominating the skyline. Enhanced with the astounding peaks of Manaslu range, Annapurna range, Langtang range and some Tibetan range, the trek allows you to embrace the flawless beauty of hills, forests, waterfalls, rivers, mountain cliffs, and amazing rock formations. A walk through the traditional village is an opportunity to know about local folks, their culture, and lifestyle which is very different than the people in the modern world. People in this region are basically engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. They live a very simple life within the tranquility of Mother Nature.
How hard is Ganesh Himal Trek 2021?
Ganesh Himal Trek 2021 is only 14 days long trek which is not a very long tour in comparison to other treks. This trek is not so hard but indeed a very adventurous trek to be experienced once in a lifetime.
If you do not have enough time but still, want to come to explore the Himalayas of Nepal? Then the Ganesh Himal Trek 2021 could be for you, with dramatic nature passing through a number of remote villages, beautiful culture, and magnificent Mountain View. Therefore, Ganesh Himal Trek will give you the experience of remote area trekking in Nepal.
What is the best time for Ganesh Himal Trek?
Most of the mountain sites are best suitable to trek during spring and autumn season. So, the best season for Ganesh Himal Trek is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).
Trials to follow during Ganesh Himal Trek 2021
Day 01: Arrival Day
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu and trek preparation
Day 03: Drive to Betrawati
Day 04: Trek to Kipsang
Day 05: Trek to ThuloChaur
Day 06: Trek to Gonga
Day 07: Trek to Rupchet
Day 08: Trek to Kharka via Singla Pass
Day 09: Trek to Borang
Day 10: Trek to Jharlang
Day 11: Trek to KintangPhedi
Day 12: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 13: Leisure day in Kathmandu
Day 14: Departure Day
Ganesh Himal Trek 2021 starts with your arrival in Kathmandu. After an insightful guided tour around the UNESCO listed heritage sites in Kathmandu, you will be driven to Syabrubensi which is the real commencement point of the trek. We drive past various countryside scenery of Nepal through a narrow and bumpy road to Syabrubensi. From here, we follow a trail that leads us to Langtang National Park. Our permits will be checked here and after showing our permits we enter into the park and head towards Galtang via Chawatar. The traditional villages, forests, rivers, and long suspension bridges, the trail is a delight. We climb up from Galtang to a pond popular as Parvati Kunda. It is a holy lake from a religious perspective. Further, we walk ahead through a rich mines section of Somdang to Pangsang Pass. The pass at an elevation of 3842 meters is the highest point of the trek. We cross the pass enjoying some admirable views of mountains and descend down to Tipling. Leaving Tipling, the trail passes through the lush meadows to Chalish village. From the village, we climb up to ThuloDhunga and then to NojetKharka which is the base camp of the great Ganesh Himal. After beholding the fascinating views of mountains from the base camp, we descend down to Tripura via Khadinggaon and Ganga Jamuna to end our trek.
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