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Ganesh Himal trek, Nepal

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Ganesh Himlal the mountain named after Hindu god Ganesh, god of Good Fortune. This trekking trails offers with different culture and castes and beautiful and massifs view passing through dense forest and meadows. The majestic views of Ganesh Himal I (7429m), Ganesh Himal II (7118m), Ganesh HImal III (7110m), Ganesh Himal IV (7052m), Ganesh Himal V (6986m) Ganesh Himal VII (6350m) ,Langtang lirung (7300m), Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Lamjung Himal (6800m) makes your trek more imaginable and beautiful. Paldor peak is also another attraction while this trek. This trek is contained between the valley of the Budi Gandaki river in the west and Bhote koshi River in the east and the Trishuli River in the lower section.

 Itinerary

Day 1: Ktm- shyabru Besi (1503m) 7-8 hours drive

Day 2: shyabru Besi- Gatlang (2337m)

Day 3: Gatlang – somdang (3271m)

Day 4: somdang to Pasang la (3842m)

Day 5: Pangsang la – shertung (1875m)

Day 6: Shertung – Neber Gaon (2220m)

Day 7: Neber Gaon- Hot springs – Kupchyat(2066m)

Day 8: Kupchyat – Lapa Gaon (2025m)

Day 9: Lapa Gaon- Jharlang (3000m)

Day 10: Jharlang- khaniyabas (1785m)

Day 11: Khaniyabas- Megang Danda (3220m)

Day 12: Megang Danda- Trisuli Bazaar- Kathmandu (1310m)

Trek facts

Trip duration: 12 days

Grade: moderate

Maximum altitude: 3842m

Area: Ganesh Himal Region

Trip type: Lodge/ home stays/camping

Accommodation: home stay or tented camp

Inquiry/Booking/trekking

Gangs Of Himalayan Guide Brothers Group

Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal

Email: ram.manange@gmail.com

Phone: +9779849473401

Skype:mysticland.adventure

 

 

 

 

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