The highlight of the Ganesh Himal Trek –
- Observe different mixed people of their lifestyles and cultures. view of the amazing landscape of the Himalayas range
- The spectacular scenery of mountains like Manaslu, Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Him Chuli, Boudha Himal.
- Green forests of pine and bamboo filled with rhododendron flowers, unique traditions, cultures of Tamang people, local monasteries, temples.
- The trekking trail passes via off the beaten trail and explores the hidden wilderness of the Ganesh Himal region.
Trip Summarize –
Ganesh, the name refers to the elephant-headed Hindu deity “Ganesha”. It is situated at an elevation of 7422 m in the central region of eastern Nepal including Dhading, Gorkha, Rasuwa, and Nuwakot district. Mount Ganesh Himal is a range of several stunning Himalayas between the borders of Tibet and Nepal. The range is the great chain of Ganesh I (7422m/ 24350ft.), Ganesh II (7118m/ 23353ft.), Ganesh III (7043m/ 23107ft.) and Ganesh IV (7104m/ 23307ft.). Moreover, the south face of Ganesh IV offers a reminiscent view of the elephant’s trunk. So that, here are many other mountains, three mountains above 7000m and fourteen mountains over 6000m. Walking to Ganesh Himal takes you close to the living life of central Nepal people. Sunrise Adventure trek team will make your Ganesh Himal trip awesome.
Likewise, trekking to Ganesh Himal short trekking leads you to the very unique and unexplored region of Nepal. Many of the trekkers visit the trail. Here during trekking, you get to observe many unexpected things. Local settlements of people from different ethnic communities following different cultures and traditions offer you a chance to closely know the remote way of living lifestyle.
Ready to go Ganesh Himal trekking?
Ganesh Himal sunrise trek with views massif mountains. However, Ganesh Himal’s short trek is a great chance to explore the central region of Nepal takes you to the excellent moments of your life. You can also do a Lantang helicopter day tour where you can explore Lantang and Ganesh Himal range. Visit some of the UNESCO listed world heritage sites in Kathmandu.
Similarly, you will have a chance to observe the spectacular Himalayan views of Annapurna range, mt. Manaslu, Ganesh ranges. View green meadows, beaten path and enchanting rhododendron flowers in the forests of pine and bamboo. Although, Ganesh Himal trekking is a moderate trek with budget cost. Although, you can clearly analyze the pure virginity of beautiful places and the social interaction of remote area people. Reaching the base camp of Ganesh Himal, you can observe the amazing “Black and White Lake” and waterfalls “Ganga and Jamuna”. Black and White Lake are made of two lakes with reference to their colors. Black And White Lake are also known as “Kalo Seto Kunda”. The surface of Kalo Kunda is covered by black stones whereas the surface of Seto Kunda is covered by white shining stones.
Day1: Arrival in the Kathmandu [altitude 1340 m] at the Tribhuvan international airport (TIA)
Day2: Drive to Trishuli (600m/ 2000ft.) and then trek to Salangkhu Khola (3 hours) – B.L.D
Day3: Trek from Salangkhu Khola to Balche Village (2020m/ 6627 ft.), (4 to 5 hours) – B.L.D
Day4: Trek from Balche Village to Gonga (2800m/ 9186ft.), (5 to 6 hours) – B.L.D
Day5: Acclimatization in Gonga – B.L.D
Day6: Trek from Gonga to Singla (4600m/ 15091 ft.), (5 to 7 hours) – B.L.D
Day7: Trek from Singla to Serthung Village (2050m/ 6725ft.), (5 to 6 hours) – B.L.D
Day8: Trek from Serthung Village to Laba (1750m/ 5741 ft.), (5 to 6 hours) – B.L.D
Day9: Trek from Laba to Mongeythanti (3700m/ 12139 ft.), (5 to 6 hours) – B.L.D
Day10: Mongeythanti to Dumchet Village (2100m/ 6889 ft.), (5 to 6 hours) – B.L.D
Day11: Dumchet Village to Budigandaki – B.L.D
Day12: Budigandaki to Arughat (576m/ 1893ft.) – B.L.D
Day13: Back to Kathmandu – B.L.D
Day14: Departure/ Farewell – B.L.D
(Note: B.L.D, Plan Including / B: Breakfast, L: Lunch & D: Dinner.)