Ganesh Himal Trek

Ganesh Himal Trek

Trip Overview

Another remote area, suitable for fully organized trekking, lies to the west of Langtang. Ganesh Himal comprises several peaks over 7000 m elevation with uninhabited foothills running down to the south & west. Ganesh Himal trek usually starts at Syabrubeshi & takes at 9 days if ending point is at Trisuli. You may also end your trek at Dhading which you need to add three more days. No specific permit is required except national park entry permit.

From Syabrubeshi, the route follows old trails to Paldor Base Camp. There is an another road due to mines but it can be avoided for more enjoyable trek. After four days the site of Paldor base camp is reached. From Paldor the route passes through Mailung Khola before climbing up onto the crest of the Tiru Danda ridge. If you continued your walk three more days, you will be explored unrivalled views west to Manaslu & Annapurna Massifs, north to the Ganesh Himal & east to Langtang. Crossing the pass at Pansang Bhanjyang the trial passes finally ends up at Trisuli Bazar in three days. From Trisuli, you may drive either to Kathmandu or to head out to Dhading.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1 Arrival pick up & transfer to Hotel

  • Day 2 Kathmandu exploration

  • Day 3 Drive to Betrawati & rest at Camp

  • Day 4 Trek to Deurali & rest at Camp

  • Day 5 Trek to Kintang & rest at Camp

  • Day 6 Trek to Jharlang Village & rest at Camp

  • Day 7 Trek to Borlang & rest at Camp

  • Day 8 Trek to Khading Kharka & rest at Camp

  • Day 9 Trek to Labu Phedi & rest at Camp

  • Day 10 Trek to Arughat Bazar & rest at Camp

  • Day 11 Trek to khanchowk & rest

  • Day 12 Trek to Gorkha Bazar & rest

  • Day 13 Drive to Kathmandu & rest

Service Details

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  • Max Altitute:

    3842 m

  • Trip Duration:

    13 Days

  • Trip Region:

    Langtang Region

  • Trip Start From:

    Betrawati

  • Trip End In:

    Khanchowk

  • DailyWalking Hour:

    5-6 Hours

  • Trip Route:

    Betrawati - Kintang - Borlang - Labu Phedi - khanchowk

  • Permit:

    Conservation and TIMS

  • Trip Season:

    September to November and March to May

  • Activity Level:

    Moderate Trek

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