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Langtang Ganja La Pass Trek



The Ganjala pass is one of the most challenging passes in Nepal. This wedge in the Himalaya is situated at an altitude of 5160m. Our Langtang trek takes you over this pass as you make your way south from Langtang village which lies at 3500m and where the national park headquarters is located. The route from Gyang in Helambu, require crossing the 5106m Ganja La. The pass is blocked by snow, so local inquiries about its condition , good equipment and mountaineering experience are necessary for safe crossing.

The Helambu village excludes a Tibetan feel and you will see fields enclosed by stone walls as well as herds of yaks, the most important animal for the people here. From Tarke Gyang, we descend to Melamchi Khola before climbing to Pati Bhyanjyang, then trek down to Sundarijal, from here we drive back to Kathmandu.

Facts Of The Trek

Duration of the trek: 19 Days
Max. Elevation: 5800 m.
Trek Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Spring & Autumn



Itinerary In Details


Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel.
Day 02 : Kathmandu sightseeing

Day 03 : Drive Kathmandu - Sundarijal , Trek Chisapani

Day 04 : Kutumsang

Day 05 : Tharepati

Day 06 : Gosaikunda

Day 07 : Syabru

Day 08 : Lama Hotel

Day 09 : Langtang

Day 10 : Kyaniin Gompa

Day 11 : Yak Kharka

Day 12 : Yala Peak & Kyanjin Gompa

Day 13 : Rest day in Kyanjin Gompa

Day 14 : Ganja La altitude camp

Day 15 : Ganja La crossing - Duppu Kharka

Day 16 : Tarkegyang

Day 17 : Sermathang

Day 18 : Malemchi Pool

Day 19 : Drive Malemchi - Kathmandu


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