Nepal > Langtang > Ganja La Pass Trekking

Ganja la can be defined as an adventure trekking pass in Nepal Himalayas. The territory of pass is bit narrow and danger of rock falling. Trekkers must have to careful during the passing period. Trekkers may have views across the valley to the peaks of the Langtang range are particularly good as far as see the Shisapangma from the pass. The crossing of the pass requires the use of technical climbing equipment and trekkers must be skilled in the use of this and be prepared. For those who are able to complete the crossing the rewards are some of the best mountain landscapes to be found anywhere in Nepal. The Ganja La pass situated at 5160m is one of the most challenging passes in Nepal. The Langtang trek takes you over this pass as you make your way south from Langtang village, which lies at 3500m & is the headquarter for Langtang National Park. The route from Gyang in Helambu, requires crossing the 5120 m Ganja La. The pass is often blocked by snow, so inquiries about local condition, good equipment & mountaineering experience are necessary for a safe crossing. The Helambu villages exude a Tibetan feel & you will see fields enclosed by stone walls as well as herds of yaks, the most important animal for the people here.

Highlights of the Trek

Magnificent panaroma of Himalayan ranges, Tamang villages and Monasteries, Chauri Kharka and flowers & fauna

Facts of the Trip

Tour Region: Langtang region.
Best season: September to November & Feb to June.
Transportation: By tourist bus / private.
Accommodation: Hotel, Resort & tea house /camping
Grade: moderate
Trekking style: tea house / camping
Highest access of the trek: 5200 meters (Ganja La Pass)
Culture: Tamang, Sherpa
Attraction: Ganja La Pass , Monasteries, Local people
Himalayan sights: Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lhakpa

Travel Insurance

Make sure to have both medical and evacuation insurance before coming to Nepal for Trekking. Insurance for the guide and supporters which we will arrange, Note: - B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= dinner Note : The departure schedule can be changed on any unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, trail slides, and avalanches.