Ganesh Himal Trekking is one of the most enjoyed trips in Nepal. This trek will take you to Nepal's central-eastern region, one of the least visited sections of the Himalayas domain, located between the most popular trekking locations Langtang to the east and Manaslu to the west. This journey will allow you to learn about the Tamang valley's traditional local culture as well as its natural beauty. Ganesh Himal Trek is another path that has been hardly explored and remains one of Nepal's unspoiled hiking routes.
This journey is for trekkers who wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and explore and lose themselves in nature's splendor. Explore the secluded village located in the Ganesh Himal area to get closer to nature.
Ganesh Himal is named after the Hindu God Lord Ganesh. It gives hikers amazing panoramic views of the Himalayas, including panorama Ganesh Himal ranges I, II, III, IV, Mount Manaslu, Langtang mountain, Annapurna mountain, and Tibet range.
Ganesh Himal is a Himalayan sub-range found largely in north-central Nepal, with some peaks bordering Tibet. The Trisuli Gandaki valley divides it from the Langtang Himal on the east, while the Budhi Gandaki and Shyar Khola valleys on the west divide it from the Sringi and Mansiri Himals (home of Manaslu, the nearest 8000m peak). The range is located around 70 kilometers north-northwest of Kathmandu.
Yangra (Ganesh I), at 7,422 m, is the highest mountain in the range (24,350 ft). There are three additional summits higher than 7000 meters, as well as fourteen others higher than 6000 meters. Ganesh Himal has greater vertical relief than surrounding valleys, especially Ganesh NW, which is nearest to the Shyar Khola.
The nomenclature and heights for this range vary according to on the source; see the comments below the table. The least unclear method to refer to the several peaks would be "Ganesh NW," for example, although this is not usual usage in the literature for this range.
On October 6, 1955, Ganesh I made his first climb. The summit group included well-known guides Raymond Lambert, Pierre Vittoz, and Eric Gauchar, all of whom were Swiss, as well as Mme. Claude Kogan, who was French.
The Ganesh Himal Trek is not very challenging. Due to the ascent through high ridges, the grade ranges from moderate to adventurous, with no Acute Mountain Sickness issues like other high climbs in Nepal Himalaya.
Ganesh Himal Trek begins in a low warm country and gradually ascends to higher green hills where one will be acclimatized via hikes and overnight breaks at various altitudes.
The sole challenge is a hard ascent to the peak of Pangsang Bhanjyang-La, followed by a long descent. However, it is possible to do so by taking things slowly and strolling through your own steady speed, which also allows you to experience the spectacular panorama of spectacular vistas of high hills and troughs.
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Hiking in Nepal may be done at any time of year. Autumn and spring are the best times to go hiking in Nepal. Each season has its own distinct qualities. The Autumn season lasts from September to November, whereas the Spring season lasts from March to May. These two seasons are ideal for exploring almost all of Nepal's regions.
The ideal season of the year, like with every other Himalayan journey, is from March to May when most days are clear with prolonged sunshine.
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During the spring season, the hills are alive and vibrant with wildflowers in full bloom, particularly rhododendrons of diverse varieties ranging from large trees to short shrubs.
Another ideal period is from mid-September to early December when the days are nice after the monsoon and there are clear views of the peaks and surrounding landscapes.
During the travels, a few thunderous showers are possible. However, most days are excellent for pleasant walks and views of mountains, with cooler mornings and nights over 1,800 m higher.
Due to the fall and pre-winter seasons, temperatures may be very chilly, especially in the morning and at night, particularly in the shadow. During the months of November and December, it may even snow.
There are few variables that lower the expense of the Ganesh Himal trek for Nepalese visitors. Taking a tourist or local bus is also a low-cost alternative. Nepalese air travel is less expensive than that of visitors from other countries. The cost of an international flight is about half that of a domestic flight.
The average cost for this trek is $1500 per person for foreign visitors. However, if you have a large group, the cost might be adjustable.
This itinerary is only a suggestion, and we will try to stick to it as closely as possible. However, for your personal safety, your guide may choose to adjust or skip the plan due to weather, health issues, natural disasters, or other unpleasant situations. Your guide will be there to help you at all times, providing information on the trek's circumstances and safety.
In a private car, our hiking guide will pick you up from your accommodation and transport you to Satdobato. Your adventure into the Himalayas begins with a magnificent drive over the Trishuli river to Satdobato, leaving the noise and bustle of Kathmandu behind. The route to the Trishuli River is smooth, but the route after crossing it is lumpy and unpleasant. In the town, there is a mix of Brahmin, Chhetri, and Tamang people.
We begin our walk today, making a gentle ascent to Kispang while passing past terraces and settlements. We continue our hike, ascending to Bhalche village, where we will camp for the night. Bhalche is a charming Tamang town surrounded by Buddhist prayer flags and picturesque terrace farms.
After exiting Bhalche, you will begin to slope slowly through a rhododendron forest to Gonga. We arrive at ThuloChaur, a lovely ground in the center of the rainforest, after crossing various rivers and walking through the bush. Along the journey, one may encounter Himalayan monkeys and get a beautiful glimpse of the Langtang mountain ranges.
Following morning, you will go through dense rhododendron and pine forest to Rupchet or Singla Base Camp, where you will have the opportunity to witness various wild species, including the white monkey. This forest is home to Himalayan tahr, Gaur, Musk Deer, and a variety of other wild creatures. Rupchet is the starting point for Singla Top, and from here you can also enjoy the breathtaking views.
When you get to Shingle Base Camp, your porters will be waiting for you with your tent all set up, as is customary. Take a break once you've arrived at your campsite.
Today is the most difficult day of our trip since the path is steep, slippery, and narrow, so you must go slowly and cautiously to Shingla pass. Soon after reaching the summit, the stunning vistas of Mount Ganesh Himal, Mt. Langtang, Manaslu, and many other lower peaks begin to open up.
The route will next take you down to the pasture field, where your porter will put up a tent for you to spend the night.
Borang is our destination for the day. Today will be spent largely climbing downhill through land terraces and communities to Borang. Borang is a typical Tamang hamlet where you may discover ancient native people who are cut off from the 21st century since this is characteristic of rural locations where technology and development are still lacking.
The path to Jharlang will be much simpler to travel because it will be a gentle trek over farming terraces and fields. Walk across Tamang villages where predominantly Tamang and Gurung people used to live, keep going for a bit, and you'll soon arrive at Jharlang.
You'll be descending all the way to the KingtangPhedi today. You will pass by another tiny Tamang village on the route; if you choose, you may take a brief rest here to see the lifestyle of the native people who live in this hamlet. Later in the evening, you may take a leisurely stroll down to Khahare.
Next, the path will take you through the Ankhu River, passing through a number of tiny settlements along the way. Because you're already at a lower altitude, you may feel the temperature rising and becoming heated through the day. After that, proceed through the JyamrungDanda, where you will visit the fort; once, this location housed a royal palace and was home to the area King. Hike for a while from here till you reach the Jyamrung.
Following morning and the climb to DhadingBesi, the roads to DhadingBesi are unpaved for almost two and a half hours. When you arrive at DhadingBesi, your trek will come to an end, and you will board our private vehicle bound for Kathmandu. It is best described as a picturesque route because of the stunning vistas of rivers, hills, terraces, woods, and villages. When you arrive in Kathmandu, you will be transported to your hotel, where you will check-in and rest.
Ganesh Himal Trek is a fantastic and suitable trip for anyone looking for beautiful rural treks away from the main flow of trekkers and guests. This area is rarely visited and is unknown to many local trekking firms as well as foreign hikers. Ganesh Himal Trek will be a unique and spectacular journey that is both close to and distant from Kathmandu. On a clear day, the vast bulk of Ganesh Himal may be seen from Kathmandu valley, adjacent to the Langtang and Manaslu Himalaya ranges.
People of any age may participate in this walk, where you may breathe in the clean and fresh mountain air, which will undoubtedly rejuvenate you from your daily routine of work and provide a significant shift inside a pristine setting.
Even though this trek does not provide much cultural insight into the local villagers, it does take you on interesting walks through deep green forest areas teeming with wild mountain animals such as musk deer, mountain antelopes, and the rare and elusive Red Panda, which can be seen on walks throughout the trekking region.
Journey to Ganesh Himal provides a variety of routes from the districts of Dhading, Gorkha, and Rasuwa in Nepal's Mid-West. The entire hike takes you near to Ganesh Himal amidst high rolling green hills with stunning views of snow-capped peaks.
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