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Start/End: Kathamdnu - Kathamdnu
Duration: 36 days
Maximum Elevation: 7,429m (Summit of Mt. Ganesh Himal)
Best Time: March - May
Ganesh Himal lies in the North West of Kathmandu, the western range of Langtang Himal, between the Budhi Gandaki and Trisuli valleys. A few peaks of Ganesh Himal lie on the border with Tibet. The highest peak among Ganesh Himal is Ganesh I (7,429m), also called Yantra.
The Ganesh Himal is an enormous mountain massif assembled with nine towering peaks situated at southwest of Mount Manaslu. In honor of Lord Ganesha, the mountain is named Ganesh Himal, a Hindu god who is represented in mythology as having the head of an elephant and the rest of the body of a human.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Prepare for expedition.
Day 03: Briefing day.
Day 04: Drive to Arughat.
Day 05: Trek to Khorla Besi.
Day 06: Khorla Besi to Jagat.
Day 07: Jagat to Lokpa2240m.
Day 08: Lokpa to Phedi
Day 09: Phedi to Domje 2450m.
Day 10: Domje to Landan Khark 3700m.
Day 11: Landan to Ganesh to Himal BC4800m.
Day 12-27: climbing period.
Day 28: Ganesh Himal BC to Gumba Lungdan
Day 29: Gumba Lungdan to Dhampa Gompa.
Day 31: Lokpa to Jagat.
Day 32: Jagat to Khorla Besi.
Day 33: Khorla Besi to Liding.
Day 34: Liding to Arughat & drive to Kathmandu.
Day 35: Free day
Day 36: Final departure.
Highlights of Ganesh Himal Expedition
- Summit the Ganesh Himal (7,446 meters) is one of the beautiful mountains of Nepal
- Stunning mountain panorama of Ganesh Himal range and Dhaulagiri range
- Trek through various forests of rhododendron, bamboo, pine, oak, and many other forests
- Walk along with different Sherpa settlements including - Paragon, Thanjung, Kharka, Garthali, Sanjung, and Khara
- Trek with our highly experienced and professional local Sherpa guides
- Visit the UNESCO-listed world heritage sites inside the Kathmandu Valley