GANESH HIMAL TREK

  1. Two major river, the Darondi and Budi Gandaki carve their way roughly north south through this area and lying to the north east of the Budi Gandaki is the Ganesh Himal, Paldor, trekking/ Alpine peak lies to the southeast of the Ganesh Himal leading down to the Tiru Danda ridge. In the spring the rhododendron forests here a blaze of colors. It is possible to link this area with a trek which includes the more well known areas of Langtang, Gosainkunda and the Helambu village lying to the east of the Trisuli River as well.

  2. Trip profile:
    Trekking Destination : Ganesh Himal
    Length of trip : 19 days
    Grade : Moderate
    Highest Alt :
    Type of trek : Tea house/ Camping
    Best season : March-April / Oct-November-December

  3. ITINERARY

  4. Day 01 Drive Trishuli & trek to Salangkhu Khola

    Day 02 Trek to Balche Village

    Day 03 Trek to Gonga

    Day 04 Trek to Singla

    Day 05 Trek to Pangsang

    Day 06 Trek to Shomdhang

    Day 07 Trek to Jogeshwarkund Lake

    Day 08 Rest day at Jogeshwarkund Lake

    Day 09 Trek to Linju Khola

    Day 10 Trek to Serdhung Village

    Day 11 Trek to Laba

    Day 12 Trek to Mongeythanti

    Day 13 Trek to Duchet village

    Day 14 Trek to Budhigandaki

    Day 15 Trek to Arughat Bazaar

    Day 16 Rest day at Arughat Bazaar

    Day 17 Trek to Khanchowk Bhanjyang

    Day 18 Trek to Gorkha

    Day 19 Drive Gorkha to Kathmandu

     

  5. Included services (Tea house/Lodge trek)
    • Land transportation
      Food, lodging and other expenses of trekking crew
      Food (3 meals a day )
      English speaking guide / porter
      National Park Permit fee
      Trekking permit(TIMS Card)
  6. Not included services:
    • Accommodation in Kathmandu
      Personal equipment and clothing
      Insurance
      Cold drinks, alcoholic beverages and desserts
      Personal expenses
      Tips to the crew