Ganja La Trek

Trip Overview

Langtang is towards the north of Kathmandu valley and only south od the Tibetan visitor. Its is
sandwiched between the principle Himalayan range towards the north and a marginally bring down
scope of cold crests towards the south. Toward the west of Langtang is Ganesh Himal with scope of
6,000 to 7,000 meters. The northern part of the region to get a great extent fall inside the limits of
Langtang Natioal Parks. The primary ethnic gathering here are Sherpas and Tamangs whose religious
practices, dialects and dress are much like those of Tibet. The timberland in this district have calm and
sub snow-capped vegetation. Natural life incorporates transient birds, deer, monkeys, Thar and Pika.
The view here is tremendous and the trek is more adventurous.


Just composed outdoor or camping treks are workable for this region and since utilization of firewood is
entirely disallowed inside the recreation center, all provisions ought to be taken with us. Ganja La Trek,
trails takes you to Melamchi Gaun nad Tarke Ghyang is another Sherpa town en route, which bears its
own particular story. The town name implies sanctuary of 100 steeds and was taken from the name of
the sanctuary built up in 1727 by a Lama (Buddhist priest) who was approached by the lord of
Kathmandu (Kantipur) to stop a plague. As his reward, the Lama requested 100 steeds, which brought
here. The nearby sanctuary, remade in 1969, takes after the Bhutanese style.


The course from yanjin Gompa in Langtang to Tarke Gyang in Helambu crossing 5106m starts Ganja La
trekking. Intersection the Langtang Khola beneath Kyanjin Gompa, the trail makes a lofty move along
the edge on the south side of the valley through the woods of rhododendron and juniper. Ganja La trail
proceeds with south, after streams and moraines and climbing steeply towards the pass. The
perspective towards the north from the go, of Langtang Lirung and the snow crests in Tibet, including
Shisha Pangma at 8013m, are remarkable. On the sunny morning you can see the perspectives of many
ranges towards the south. West of the pass is 5846m Naya Kangri named as Ganja La Chuli. It is one of
the trekking pinnacles and you can move with an allow from the Nepal Mountaineering Association.

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1300m).
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Dhunche 7-8 hours drive.
Day 04: Dhunche to Syabru gaun (2581m) 5 and half hour drive.
Day 05: Syabru Gaun to Lama Hotel(2470m) 5 hours trek.
Day 06: Lama Hotel to Langtang Village (3430m) 5 hours trek.
Day 07: Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa (3870m) 4 hours trek.
Day 08: Acclimatization at Kyanjin Gompa.
Day 09: Kyanjin Gompa to Tserko Ri and back to Kyanjin Gompa (5033m) 4 hours trek.
Day 10: Kyanjin Gompa to Negang (4000m) 5 hours trek.
Day 11: Negang to Keldang (5106m) 5 hours trek.

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We are a team of specialist and we use local specialist to plan your trip.

MFN, suggest you all to check up your health condition before start trekking because your health is more important than anything else. We also suggest you to keep your luggage as light as possible because we normally provide 1 helper for two trekkers to carry your bags and should have weight limitation of approximately 20-25 kg from two.

Here is a suggested list. Keep in mind, you can always add or subtract items depending on your personal needs. As time goes on and you increase your trips into the wilderness, you may discover you’re carrying too much or not enough.

Top tips for safe trekking in Nepal

It is safer to trek in a group and with an experienced guide and reputable agency.

Get fit. Choose a trek that suits your ability.

Build in time for acclimatization. Stay hydrated and looks out for symptoms of altitude sickness.

Take note of weather conditions and forecasts, and come prepared. See mountainforcast.com

Never leave any litter behind.

What to pack?

Layers of clothing, numerous pairs of socks, good-quality trekking boots.

Hand warmers, under-gloves and mittens.

Trekking poles.

Gaithers (against leeches and/or deep snow).

40-litre daypack (with rain cover).

Sleeping mat.

Head torch and spare batteries.

Sunglasses with UV protection, sun cream and hat.

Lip salve and blister care.                           

Wet wipes and tissues.

Pocket knife/multi-bladed tool.

Watch with altimeter/GPS.

Emergency blanket.

Snacks (nuts, energy bars).

Freezer bags.                   

Binoculars.

Be sure to inspect your kit before every trip and make sure the gear is clean and supplies are in good condition. Replace expired medications as needed and add items that would have been helpful on your previous trip. Be sure the kit is easily accessible and not buried deep in your bag. Also be sure to tell others you are traveling with where your first aid kit is.

   

MFN wishes you all the best!!!

  • Pickup and drop at Airport
  • Hotel stay in Kathmandu as per itinerary
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during trekking period
  • Best available accommodations during the trek
  • A government license holder guide
  • Porter to carry your baggage
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, types of equipment, transportation and local tax for guides and porters
  • Ground Transportation Charge (Kathmandu-Syapribesi-Kathmandu by bus/Jeep as per itinerary)
  • TIMS card(Trekker’s information Management System)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Required Entry fees
  • Trekking Permits needed for Restricted Area Trekking
  • All government taxes and service charges
  • Farewell dinner prior to departure 
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare and Airport Departure Tax
  • Tips for trekking staffs
  • Drinks (hot/soft/cold) and liquors
  • Personal shopping and laundry, Personal trekking equipments, Gifts and souvenirs
  •  All items not listed in Cost included section

Notes: Costs are prone to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking days get modified.

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