Ganesh Himal Trek - Secret Beauty of Nepal

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  • Jan,05,2023
  • Binod Paneru
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Highlights Of the trek 

  • Amazing vistas of the Central and Mid-Western Himalayan mountains can be seen while hiking in this area.
  • Trek over thrilling mountain passes and up winding stone staircases.
  • a region abundant in valuable metals like tin, crystal, and zinc, home to the holy Parvati Lake and the twin sacred White and Black Lakes (Kunda).
  • Trek through scenic forests and lush farmland.
  • a farm with rocky hills, a green meadow, and a variety of scenery
  • dwellings for domesticated animals, such as those for oxen, yaks, goats, and sheep
  • Two amazing ridges are the Tiru Danda and the Pansang La.
  • Visit a remote Gurung and Tamang village.
  • views of the Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu, and other numerous Himalayan peaks in all directions
  • a natural hot spring.

Ganesh Himal Trek can be considered as the Trek along exciting mountain ranges and up soaring stone steps. a region rich in precious metals like tin, crystal, and zinc the twin sacred White and Black Lakes, as well as the holy Parvati Lake (Kunda). 

Trek across lush farms and through pristine woodlands. Farmland with a variety of topography, a lush meadow, and rocky hills Domesticated animals' homes, including those for sheep, yaks, goats, and oxen The Tiru Danda and the Pansang La are two stunning ridges.

 Travel to a distant Tamang and Gurung village. panoramic views of the Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu, and other many Himalayan peaks Natural hot spring on the way nearby Neber village. All About the Trip One of the best and quickest hikes in the northwest of Kathmandu, the Ganesh Himal Trek is perfect for people looking to escape the throng and have a peaceful stroll.

 It is a voyage into the expansive Eastern Nepal, where magnificent valleys meet smiling, snow-capped mountains. One of the most accessible trekking routes from the city is the Ganesh Himal Trek, which offers the tremendous pleasure of travelling over less strenuous routes to a paradise in the Himalayas, between beautiful hills and forests. This two-week tour will take you to the Ganesh Himal Region, where you'll meet the local ethnic groups in attractive towns that are rich in historic cultures, traditions, and ways of life.

 It takes you through remote trails, amazing wetlands, and pristine coniferous woods. The area boasts amazing flora, including an impressive display of Berberis, Primula, Orchids, and Ferns, valleys bursting with yellow double Jasmine blossoms, forests heavily planted with Spanish oaks, a blue pine, and red, pink, and white pastel-toned brilliant Rhododendron blooms in the spring that turn the entire forest into a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues. Ganesh Himal Trekking is a delightful lonely journey into nature up to 4,050 m above sea level due to which you may feel isolated and quiet in the secluded and secret valley to explore yourself. Ganesh Himal Trekking is not as well-known as Annapurna Base Camp Treks and Everest Base camp Trekking Trails.

The Ganesh Himal Trekking trek offers breathtaking views of the Ganesh Himal Highlands, Annapurna Mountains, Manaslu Mountains, Langtang Mountains, Lamjung Himal, Himalchuli, and other peaks. The mountain has the name of the well-known Hindu deity Ganesh (Elephant-headed God). Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV are the four crystalline peaks that make up the Ganesh Range, which is visible in the distance. As a result, the Ganesh Himal Peak's construction resembles the elephant-headed deity. Amazing rock formations, cascades, dramatic paintings of the surrounding area, and mountainous vistas may be seen.


Challenges of Ganesh Himal Trekking

It is thought that the Ganesh Himal Trip is a rewarding yet moderately difficult climb. You will reach the highest point of this nine-day hiking excursion at Sing La Pass, which is 4050 meters above sea level. The trekking trails wind across rocky terrain and wooded areas, with long, steep descents and a hard rise. You can walk the distance between each destination in an average of 5 to 7 hours. The more fit the hikers are, the more comfortable and enjoyable the excursion will be. If you've done similar long walks or treks before, it will be very helpful for this excursion.


Best Season for Ganesh Himal Trekking

Due to the rhododendron blooming in the hills and highlands in March and April, as well as the gorgeous blue sky and spectacular mountain views in October and November, these are the best months to embark on the Ganesh Himal Trek.


Food During Ganesh Himal Trek

A very useful food package is included on this hike. Breakfast, lunch, and meals are all included in the package. The meals will be the tastiest, healthful, fresh, and hygienic selections available on the lodge's menu. The menu features a mixture of regional, Asian, and western cuisine. In order to maintain good health, we strongly advise consuming fluids at high altitudes, such as green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger, and garlic soup (must), etc. Meals in Kathmandu are not included in the packages, despite the fact that there is a large selection of foreign and Nepalese food that is readily available for you to choose from.

Accommodation in Ganesh Himal Trek

The Ganesh Himal Trek is a strenuous trip that includes spending the majority of the nights in mountain hotels with basic amenities and excellent local hospitality. Two nights in Kathmandu are required but not part of the itinerary because you should unwind before and after the trip. There is a great variety of hotels available for all different types of budgets. There is a bed with mattresses, a blanket, and pillows—basically enough for two people to share one bed. Hot showers will incur an extra fee. Mountain Guide Trek & Expedition enjoys favorable public relations with the local service providers in the Himalayan region.


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