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hi Pierre and Mahesh. Very nice to hear from you. Great to hear that Pierre now you are in Kathmandu. We had a wonderful visit to Nepal, the weather was great during the Kali Gandaki trek. We did what wanted to do in Kathmandu and Pokhara and we even managed to do the mountain flight. What more could we ask for. Mahesh and Lhakpa looked after us very well and we came back with wonderful memories of Nepal, with a strong desire to return. Thanks for Frens Himalayan Treks and Expedition. Anu Mitra
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Langtang / Helambu via Ganjala pass

The trek crossing Ganja la pass (5140 m) is a challenging trek. The trek starts from Syabrubesi in the Langtang valley, following the Langtang river through dense forests of rhododendrons, alpine meadows and yak pastures until Kyangjing Gompa (3860 m). From Kyangjin we cross Ganja la pass where the last 100 m is very steep (rope can be used in case of snow, especially during springtime) and requires the utmost care. The descend is on a steep slope for over 150 m which requires good care again but the rest of the trail is easier. There are no lodges and settlements for 3 days along the way until the beautiful Sherpa village of Tarkegyang in Helambu. During this trek the views of the Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, Shishapangma are fantastic.

 

>SEASON : september to november and february/ march to may

>GRADE : strenuous (grade explanation)

>MODE OF TREK : tea house. 3 nights camping from Kyangjing to Tarkegyang.

>MAX.ELEVATION : 5100m (Ganja la pass)

>HIGHLIGHTS:

-Kathmandu city tour

-Scenic road drive from and to Kathmandu.

-Visiting Langtang village & Kyangjin Gompa

-Panoramic view of the mountain from Kyangjin Ri.

-Crossing the Ganja La pass over 5200 meters.

Langtang / Helambu via Ganjala pass Itinerary

 D-1: arrival in Kathmandu and transfert to hotel.

D-2: visit of Kathmandu: Durbar Square and its bazar, temples, Royal Palace, the goddess Kumari’s home.
Afternoon: visit of the Buddhist Stupa of Swayambunath, one of the oldest religious sites of Nepal, worshipped by both Buddhists and Hindus.
Visit of Pashupatinath, the “Benares of Nepal”, dedicated to the God Shiva on the Bagmati River and visit of  Bouddhanath and its famous Stupa, one of the biggest in southern Asia.

D-3: KTM-Dhunche by bus (1950 m): 7h

D-4: Dhunche-Syabru (2250 m): 5h
The route leads us to a ridge, we walk through forests, then we descend to the charmant village of Syabru, a Tamang village.

D-5: Syabru-Lamahotel (2380 m): 6h
From Syabru the path descends to the river bed (1600 m) then we follow the valley through the rhododendrons forest by a gradual ascend.

D-6: Lamahotel-Langtang (3400 m): 6h
We spend the main part of the day ascending gradually in the forest, sometimes we can see the Langtang Lirung (7246 m), then the forest ends and we merge in yak pastures and meadows in a U-shape valley. Langtang is aTibetan style village inhabited by Tamang people.

D-7: Langtang-Kyangjing (3870 m): 4/5h
We continue in this grass-carpeted valley, we pass many Tibetan mani stone walls, to the north we can see the Langtang Range with the highest peak, the Langtang Lirung, to the south is another range of mountains with the Naya kanga peak (5846 m).
Kyangjing is located in a wide U-shape valley with yak pastures and meadows, surrounded by set of peaks. There is also a monastery there.

D-8: ascent of Kyangji Ri (4773 m): 3h
The Kyangji Ri is one of the best scenic point: vast 360° panorama over set of peaks and glaciers.
Descent to Kyangjin.

D-9: Kyangjin-camp (4900 m): 7h
After crossing the river via a bridge, we start a long ascend through a serie of moraines, sometimes steep (cairns), the path is not very visible.
We set up a camp below the pass, just above us is the Naya Kangri (5846 m), a beautiful trekking peak. Far away is the Shishapangma (8046 m) in Tibet.

D-10: Ganja La (5140 m)-Camp (4400 m): 9h
The route follows the zone of ablation of the glacier, the slope before the top is very steep and requires the most upcare, especially if there is snow. The descent is a steep slope (around 150 m), in case of snow crampons shall be necessary and a fix rope for porters.
The rest of the day is easier but long, the route leads us on several ridges on the side of the Yangri Khola, many up and down.

D-11: walk to Dupku (4080 m): 7h
We continue a serie of ridges on the flank of the valley, the route is not easy to find with many up and down but we never descend to the river bed, we have to stay on the ridge.
Dupku is a nomad camp with few stone huts.

D-12: Dupku-Tarkegyang (2560 m): 8h
After Dupku the path leads us to a pass (4100 m), from the pass it’s a long descent through forests, sometimes steep but the path is now much better.
Tarkegyang is a charmant Sherpa village in the Helambu region.

D-13: Tarkegyang-Sermathang (2610 m): 3h
Tranquil day, many villages and lifestyle scenery.

D-14: Sermathang-Malemchi (830m): 6h
Now we descend through forests, terrace fields, we pass many villages.

D-15: drive back to KTM (7h)

D-16: rest day in KTM

D-17: Transfert to airport and return.

>Price/pers with all the detailed program : Please write us with the number of guests. We will reply you as soon as possible.


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Our Price Includes

  1. - transfert airport – hotel and return, transport by land or / and by air
  2. - nights in Kathmandu with breakfast (2 stars hotel )
  3. - One day sight seeing with a registered cultural guide.
  4. - Langtang national park trekking permit and tims card
  5. - full board accommodation on the tea house trek (except cold drinks like coke, beer… and sweet like mars, snicker…)
  6.  - Tented accommodation and equipment during the camping trek. (We will provide two man tents, dinning tents, kitchen gear, dining table, chairs, toilet tents, shower tent.)
  7.  - A government licensed English speaking Guide during the trek, a cook along with the required number of porters, their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment and a general first aid kit.
  8.  - Boiled and purify drinking water for the trek.
  9.  - All our government taxes, tourist service charge, vat.
  10.  - reconfirmation of the intl flight.

Our Price Excludes

  1. - international flight, travel insurance taken in your country (accident /repatriation), lunch, diner in Kathmandu (about 6 to 10 euros/day/pers).
  2. - nepali visa with 2 passport size photos (40 $ or equivalent in foreign currency, passeport must be valid  6 months after your return)
  3. - tips for trekking staff.
  4. - your personal equipment (sleeping bag, jacket …).
  5. - your own medicine
  6. - expenses due to unforeseen situations (strike, flight cancelled…)
  7. - entry fees for cultural sites.