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Ganesh Himal is a sub-range of the Himalayas located mostly in north-central Nepal. The highest peak in the range is Yangra(Ganesh I) i.e. 7422m above sea level. The name of the ranges was derived from the Hindu deity Ganesha, depicted in the form of an elephant. It was first summited on Oct 6, 1955. Ganesh Himal base camp trek leads through the less explored trekking trials.
If you are planning to trek in the Himalayas of Nepal along with the spectacular views of the mountain range, then the Ganesh Himal base camp trek is the best option for you. The terraced hills, lush forests, diverse topography and Tamang culture are the essences that make Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek a worthy one. As you walk along your trail, you will experience diverse vegetation in just a single day that ranges from sub-tropical vegetation region to alpine vegetation region. This journey is packed with terraced fields, deep gorges, hot water streams as well as blooming rhododendron forests.
One can get an opportunity to do the sightseeing in some of the beautiful mountains such as Lantang, Manaslu Himalayan range, and so on. Visitors can get an opportunity to explore the unique lifestyle and authentic cultures of people who are living in this region for many years. Although this trek is adventurous this region is a less visited area and one can enjoy the majestic natural beauty in a more peaceful way.
Ganesh Himal trek starts with the sightseeing of some of the famous heritage sites of Kathmandu. The starting point for this trek is Syabrubesi which is 122km away from Kathmandu. Then trial heads towards Gatlang from where we move towards Somdang. Crossing the Pangsang Pass, we will trek up to Ganesh Himal Base Camp where we spend 2 nights viewing white giant mountains. Then we will trek back to the same trail up to ‘Hindung’ and set on a new trial passing through ‘Chalise’, ‘Darkha’, and finally to ‘Khahare Kharka’ from where we will drive back to Kathmandu and end our trip.