Trip Highlight

  • Location:langtang region
  • Grade:moderate
  • Seasons:spring & atumnn
  • Accomodation:Hotel home stay or tent camp
  • Max Altitude:3842m
  • Trek Type:camping trek /option for home stay
  • Group Size:1+
  • Transportation:vechicle
  • Trip Attraction:nature,ganesh himal langtang himal -culture of tamang

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Our quelity service is to all our clients and to Overseas partners and we provide resanable cost . Offering you competitive price does not mean that we sacrifice our service level. we are being 100% locally operated adventure travel company in Nepal  we normally keep   reasonable cost for our Products from our net  profit  2% we give to charity especially in education and health of poor childrens in remote area of Nepal Dirctly to them we make sure get it to the right peaple we hope our small help will bring  bright future of the childrens of the remote villages, thank you everyone!!!

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All the Itinararies and trekking routes operated by Adventure 14 Peaks have been fully developed with the support of our guides. We constantly search and explore new trekking routes across the country to let our clients experience spectacular beauty and culture. Each adventure tour itinerary has been properly evaluated and verified as per the trails feasibility, attractiveness, lodge facility, security, distance coverage and walking hours in order to be able to give our clients as much a true description of about the programs. When we develop a new trekking route, we thoroughly and constantly check the itinerary through our guides’ trip reports. If we identify a problem in any

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Ganesh Himal trekking

Ganesh Himal trekking offers hill rehearse the terraced rice fields and totally different ethnic villages underpopulated by numerous ethnic teams of individuals, experiencing the real way within the rural setting. It provides trekkers a glimpse of real Nepali life & associate ample chance to look at the wealthy Nepalese cultural tradition being terribly nearer with locals. whereas trekking through Ganesh Himal region you may overlook the snowy peaks including poldar peak.

Besides, it conjointly offers you a wonderful environs for a good type of plants & animals; 526 species of plants (including forty species of orchids), a spread of Ferns, Quercus texana, blue pine and in spring time anthesis of the shrub set whole forest alight in spectacular arrays of color. There square measure three hundred species of birds & alternative attention-grabbing wild animals includes the chain thar, gaur, several varieties of monkeys and cervid also are found. Another feature of the world includes the abundance of crystals on the market that is regarded valuable and jewellery.

Ganesh Himal trekking route passes through attention-grabbing tamang villages, natural hot springs, gorges and glaciers and sumptuous sceneries. Trekking to Ganesh Himal space is within the off-the-beaten track and this can be the explanation it's the sole thanks to organize it on full board encampment basis with the total support of necessary supply.

Day 1: Kathmandu to Shyabru Besi (1503m 7-8 hrs drive 

Day 2: Shyabru Besi to Chawatar (lunch) to Gatlang (2237m 5- 6 hrs trek


Day 3: Gatlang - Parvati Kund- Yuri Kharka (lunch) - Somdang (3271m 6-7 hrs


Day 4: Somdang to Pangsang (aka, Pangsang) Pass (La)- (3842m 3 ½ hrs


Day 5: Pangsang Pass to Tipling (lunch ) - Shertung (1920m   5-6 hrs

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Day 6: Chalish to Hindung lunch and Neber Gaon (2020m 6 hrs

Day 7: Neber - hot springs -  Kupchyat (2066m - 5 hrs


Day 8: Kupchyat - Khading – Lapa Gaon (2025m 4-5 hrs


Day 9: Lapa Gaon – Borang (lunch) - Jharlang (Ungul) (3000m 5-6 hrs


Day 10: Jharlang (Ungul) – Kuri (lunch) – Khaniyabas (1785m 7-8 hrs


Day 11:  Khaniyabas – Megang Danda (3220m   5-6 hrs

Day 12:  Megang Danda – Trisuli Bazaar – Kathmandu (1310m– 6 hrs

Day 1: Kathmandu to Shyabru Besi (1503m 7-8 hrs drive 
Taking jeep or bus early in the morning or a private four wheel drive journey from Kathmandu reaches Shyabru Besi, gateway to the Langtang Valley at the confluence of the Bhote Kosi and Langtang Rivers. Mesmerizing scenic driving and passing through Trisuli Bazaar, Ramche Gaon and Dhunche Bazaar makes you scenic driving. Narrow and bit adventurous zig zags road but amazing landscape along the way driving will make you good start day drive of the trek. Over night /lodge

Day 2: Shyabru Besi to Chawatar (lunch) to Gatlang (2237m 5- 6 hrs trek
A dirt track zig-zags to the west up to Bahun Danda Pass and then down to the Tamang settlement of Gatlang, a cornerstone village on the Tamang Heritage Trail or hike to Gatlang by way of Chawatar. Gatlang is a Tamang village with unique customs and craftsmanship in a magnificent setting. Above lies Parvati Kund, popular during Janai Purnima when thousands of pilgrims are attracted to the sacred pond and nearby temple.over night /camp

Day 3: Gatlang - Parvati Kund- Yuri Kharka (lunch) - Somdang (3271m 6-7 hrs
The trail ascends through pine and rhododendron forest to a lunch point of Yuri Kharka before continuing to Khurpu Bhanjyang and then dropping down to the Somdang River, border between Rasuwa and Dhading districts. A sprawling mining compound, no longer functioning but it seems locals appealing government to revive it, lies a few hours to the north up river. The hike passes through a scenic valley featuring the 200 m Chukarma Waterfall. The former mine leaves a lot be explored and is the site of a 1.4 km tunnel bored into the mountain to extract zinc, copper, tin, crystal and even highly-prized rubies. Over night/tent camp

Day 4: Somdang to Pangsang (aka, Pangsang) Pass (La)- (3842m 3 ½ hrs
After breakfast trek gently uphill passing through beautiful jungle and mesmerizing surrounding landscapes including Langtang ranges mountain views and finally in the mid day you arrive at this area’s best view point named  Pangsang Kharka. It  is a viewpoint southwest of Somdang village with a broad panorama of the surrounding terrain. To the north are the soaring peaks of Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal Range. The large meadow is graced with a giant entry gateway and is a sensational location for camping and taking in the breathtaking scenery. The whole Ganesh Himal region is blessed with abundant herbal plants. Previously, herbs were taken to Tibet along an ancient trade route and exchanged for salt, livestock, wool and turquoise. This hill/danda/pass is known as one of the most beautiful and the best magnificent mountain views point to have almost in 270 degrees Langtang ragnes, Ganesh Himal ranges, Manaslu ranges and bit of Annapurna ranges mountains. Over night camp

Day 5: Pangsang Pass to Tipling (lunch ) - Shertung (1920m   5-6 hrs
Descend to Tipling, a large village that hosts two Buddhist gombas and both a Protestant and Catholic church. Along a ridge top to the east is a gomba and cremation ground for both Buddhists and Christians lined with colorful flags. Being a majority of Tamang people it has beautiful Tamang culture show. Descend to cross the Adha Khola on a box bridge and ascend to the sister villages of Shertung and Chalish, regally over looking the fertile river valley and abundant fields. Shertung is inhabited mainly by Tamang. The name Shertung means 'place of gold'. According to a legend, two brothers in search of gold were led here by a dream and thus the settlement was born. Tamang people have own rich culture to show for the visitors Jhankri or shaman dance, ghode or horse dance, said to have been brought from Tibetan culture long ago. Jhankri (shaman) activity is robust in this territory with the worship of natural forces and indigenous local deities interwoven with Hindu and Buddhist practices. Holy Chyamra danda, Fyanchyat monastery and Sajyat are the main holy attractions of the village. Spectacular mountain views of Lapsang Karpo, Ganesh Himal (Yangri) as well as Ganesh II and III can be seen from this village.over night camp


 If  any one planning 7 days trekking, from Shertung or Chalish village simply trek all the down hill to Jharlang village taking about 5-6 hours walk(1 day walk) over night and on next day walk to Darkha Phedi taking 4-5 hours finally take sharing local Jeep with other people and drive to Dhading Besi (3-4 hours driving)  soon you arrive, you continue drive back Kathmandu  taking about 3 hours driving by local bus or a private car/vehicle. So in total taking 1 ½ day walking and half day drive or let's say in 2 days you will get back to Kathmandu.
Day 6: Chalish to Hindung lunch and Neber Gaon (2020m 6 hrs
After breakfast say goodbye to locals and trek down to Chalish village, 20 minutes down hill wlaki which is probably one of the most friendliest and hospitality village of the area. Quick visit Tin Kanya Hindu temple pass thorough small but beautiful village and then trek continue to Khar Khola and then trek gently up to Pasabar danda taking about an hour walk. View of Tribeni river mixed of three rivers. Hindus and both Buddhist believe as a holy river. Just right edge of the Tribeni river Lord Shiva's statue with little one stoned shrine has built. Especially in Magesakranti(January)festival local gather and celebrate singing, dancing and meeting friends and relatives as well as neighbors village kith and ken. From Pasabar danda trek gently uphill hill and reach at Kalbarang (just the small kharka name but no village or human settlement) trek continues to the hill edge walk and dense jungle. There is a chance rock fall from top of the hill due to inhabitant of wildlife so careful walking with your trek guide or helper. Finally reach at Hindung village where huge number of Tamang people live. It is a Tamang village of around 550 inhabitants. Crystals and rubies are harvested in areas to the north and yarsagumba is hunted too, in the surrounding highlands. Take lunch in Hindung and trek down to Hindung Khola and then trek uphill to Neber Gaon walking about 2 ½ hours. Over night at local house or camp near by local village of Tamang village. Over night camp

Day 7: Neber - hot springs -  Kupchyat (2066m - 5 hrs
Trek down hill to Tatopani (hot springs) where enjoy your half day bath and then the trail onward follows stone steps built by Kadoorie Agri Aid Association and British Gurkhas of Nepal. Both organizations are active in this area and responsible for building many water taps, bridges and improved trails. Take lunch at Hot Spring and trek continues passing through hairpin hill edge walk, carefully walk with your guide is high recommended. Pass through Tir Gaon on the way to welcoming Racyat and Kapur villages. Finally arrive in Kupchyat village over night in camp/local house of Tamang village.over night camp

Day 8: Kupchyat - Khading – Lapa Gaon (2025m 4-5 hrs
Trek to Khading village passing through local paddy terraces and amazing views of Lapa Gaon and its  surrounding landscape. In Khading village/Gaon you will see a big community of Gurung people having their own beautiful culture. While you will be waiting your lunch explore Khading gaon and after lunch trek down to Lapa Gaon which is a big Tamang village of the area where you will enjoy having Tamang culture.over night camp

Day 9: Lapa Gaon – Borang (lunch) - Jharlang (Ungul) (3000m 5-6 hrs
After breakfast trek down to Ankhu khola having its beautiful water fall views and then trek continues bit uphill to Borang village where stop for lunch and then trek continues passing through Ukhum  and Lishne jungle, cross suspension bridge, walk  a bit uphill  and then arrive at Chhapchyat village. You walk stone steps uphill about 2 hours and half and then finally you  arrive at Jharlang village (Ungul). This village is one of the biggest Tamang villages of the area and  a breath taking panoramic mountain view point. Nearly 200 Tamang houses are built here. Over night camp

Day 10: Jharlang (Ungul) – Kuri (lunch) – Khaniyabas (1785m 7-8 hrs
Take breakfast at the same place and trek all the way down Jharlang Pahiro (Jharlang landslide) where takes about an hour to cross. Cross with your trek guide will be very convenient and during monsoon its bit slippery so careful ! Just after crossing landscape you trek to Ukhum trek continues all the way down hill to Dungre Khola about 1 ½ hours down hill walking. Cross suspension bridge and uphill walking about 2 ½ hours to get to Kuri Village. This is also a Tamang village lies right on the top of the hill from where you will see the beautiful surrounding landscape and Ganesh Himal ranges mountain views. There is no village or tea shops in between Kaule to Kuri village so some snacks or dry fruits will be very useful to carry with you unless you take heavy breakfast. A bottle of boiled water will be very useful. Great water fall view, paddy terraces and little bit of jungle walking experience will make you interesting walking of the day. After lunch trek continue and passing through Birchet village finally arrive at Khaniyabas Village or so called it Satya Devi. It’s about 2 ½ hours walk from lunch spot and Satya Devi has several local lodges/tea shops for the trekkers. Next to school or Shree Bachchhala Devi temple, it will be nice to camp because small bush and open ground space will make you easier for camping. On the clear weather day you will have the best and breath taking sun set views. Ankhu river views and Todke hill in horizon gives you magnificent

Over night camp

Day 11:  Khaniyabas – Megang Danda (3220m   5-6 hrs
After breakfast trek to easy walk to Thambu Khola about an hour and then trek all the stone steps uphill walking Kimdang gaon (2 ½ hours walking) stop for lunch and trek to Megang Danda walking a big dense jungle right on the hill top. Being dense jungle wild animal may encounter so trek with your guide or helper is highly recommended. There is a dirt road in Kimtang to Trisuli Bazaar but only winter you will get a sharing local jeep but in the monsoon impossible to drive due to muddy track/road. Megang is another breath taking Mountain View point from where you will experience of 270 degrees mountain views. There used to be several lodges but due to road construction lodges removed however there is a basic lodges over night tent camp

Day 12:  Megang Danda – Trisuli Bazaar – Kathmandu (1310m– 6 hrs
You may trek to Trisuli Bazaar 6 hours down hill scenic walking or walk up to Deurali 1 ½ hours walking and then share local bus/Jeep with other people to Trisuli Bazaar over night trisuli bazzar

 

Day 13: Trisuli bazzar to Kathmandu by bus or jeep 2 hrs drive over over night hotel

Day 14: Fly Home

You are saying good bye to the mountains as your journey in Nepal comes to an end today! We hope you enjoyed the trip with us, and are sure you`ll be back in your trip somewhere in the Himalaya again. Approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight a representative from Adventure 14 peaks will transfer you to the airport. On your way home you'll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal. 

See you again soon

Cost Includes:

  • Cost Includes:
  • Kathmandu to trek starting point Syabru Besi private vehicle
  • All camping equipments like tents
  • All foods during camping trek
  • Cook & kichen boys
  • Porters for carring equipments & foods ect as per requires
  • One trek guide
  • Porter (one porter between two people)
  • All meals: with tea/coffee three times a day
  • Lodges/local houses along the way
  • First Aid box
  • All our crews':- Food, lodge, bus, day wages, insurance and equipment
  • Trisuli Bazaar to Kathmandu by private vehicle

Nepal government tax


Cost Does not Include:

 

  • Nepal Visa fee(bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Extra night accommodation/s in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu(and also in the case you return early from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
  • Other
  • Tips for guides and porters
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