Ganesh Himal ranges is one of the few Himalayan ranges that can be seen from Kathmandu Valley. It stands out among a group of lesser peaks primarily of its distinct shape which resembles the trunk of an elephant. Ganesh Himal lies between Langtang and Manaslu ranges and consists of four major peaks: Ganesh I, II, III and IV.
Trekking into the laps of Ganesh Himal is an enchanting mix of culture, adventure and nature. The trail passes through dense forests of berbesis, primula, orchids, ferns, jasmine, oak, blue pine and rhododendron. We will also observe glaciers, gorges and natural spas en route. The highest point of the trek is Shing La Pass which at 4,600m offers splendid views of not just Langtang and Manaslu massifs but also the beautiful surrounding glaciers.
At the centre of the Ganesh Himal trek rests the culture of Tamang community and their typical Himalayan culture.
Day 01:Arrivals in Kathmandu check in at hotel (after rest we show you bit around and have a well come dinner
Day 02:City sightseening visit Buddhist and Hindus temples.
Day 03:Kathmandu to Betrawati 850m.
Day 04:Betrawati to Kispang 1850m
Day 05:Kispang to Thulo Chaur 2350m
Day 06:Thulo Chaur to Gonga 3000m.
Day 07:Gonga to Rupchet 3800m
Day 08:Rupchet - Shing La pass (aprx. height 4400.) or Sing La Top (aprx. height 4600m– Cherma 2900m.
Day 09:Cherma to Meyghang 2300m
Day 10:Meyghang to Sally 1900m
Day 11:Meyghang to Katunje 1800m.
Day 12:Jyamrung stay local house, teaching in school, working with local people as their daily activity, fishing, swimming as you like.
Day 13: Jyamrung to Jyamrung Durbar (Old king palace) 1800m.
Day 14:Jyamrung Durbar to Golabhanjyang (1 hrs walk) to Kathmandu.
Day 15:Rest, Shopping day in Kathmandu
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