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Ganesh Himal trekking

Ganesh Himal Trekking

Ganesh Himal is the sub-range of the Himalayas located mainly in North-central Nepal, but some peaks lie on the border with Tibet. Trisuli Gandaki Valley at the east side separates Ganesh Himal from the Langtang Himal, while Budhi Gandaki Valley plus Shyar Khola Valley at the west side separates it from the Mansiri and Sringi Himal. The highest peak in the Ganesh Himal range is Yangra {Ganesh I}, 7,429 m (24,350 ft). There are 3 other peaks above 7000m and about 14 other peaks above 6000m. Ganesh Himal was first climbed in 1955 by a Swiss and French team of guides.

Ganesh Himal region got its name from the Hindu God Ganesha, who has an elephant's face and a human body. Indeed, there is a slight resemblance between the south face of Ganesh IV Himal to the elephant, and its ridge is similar to the elephant’s trunk. 

The Ganesh Himal region lies next to the Kathmandu valley in the Northwest direction between the Dhading and Gorkha districts. Ganesh Himal region trekking lies between Langtang region trekking and Manaslu region trekking. The Annapurna massif is in the west. This region is not as secret anymore as it used to be. Tourists already know about this region and have been eyeing their next adventures in and around Ganesh Himal. There are many trekking destinations in the Ganesh Himal region. Ganesh Himal 3 passes trek takes you to Sing La Pass (4,050 m), Pangsang Pass (3,850 m) and Magne Goth (2,950 m). While crossing these mountain passes, you will encounter lush green meadows and mountain vistas. You can also trek to Ganesh Himal Base Camp, which lies at an altitude of 5,000 meters. Other treks in the Ganesh Himal region are the Ruby valley trek, Sing La pass trek and Ganesh Kunda trek. 

Homestay in Nepal has become so popular in the current tourism practice in Nepal. And we do organize homestay trekking and tours to the Ganesh Himal region. The mountain valleys north of the Ganesh Himal on the Tibetan border are entirely in the wild. The trekkers who had done Ganesh Himal trekking before have been impressed, and they are thankful to the Nepal government for giving them permission to enter this beautiful area. One will get to know the lifestyles of the inhabitants of these areas, who live in their remote villages inside the classic houses. The journey around these legendary mountains is one of the most beautiful but wildest experiences. Here is also one of the legendary Hidden Valleys of the Himalayas. The hike is varied and adventurous, from steep tropical trails to the pine and rhododendron forests and alpine meadows to a massive glacier below the snowcapped mountains. Surreal lush rhododendron forests, waterfalls, suspension bridges, hot springs, important historical palaces, and the traditional and cultural settlements inhabited by Gurung, Tamang, Magar and Chhetri ethnic groups make this one of the fascinating regions to explore. 

You will be immersed in the local’s lifestyles and cultures, and soon you will act like a local too. The most important highlight of this trekking region is the panoramic view of the Ganesh Himal almost throughout the trek. A perfect trek for all ages, let Nature Lovers Treks and Tours transport you back in time in the Ganesh Himal region for an unforgettable experience.

Ruby Valley Trekking

Ganesh Himal Ruby Valley Trekking is a unique and different type of excursion in the Himalayan nation Nepal. Only few trekkers have explored this virtually untouched region, Ruby Valley. This trek goes through the Tamang and Gurung ethnic villages. During the trek

Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trekking

The trekking to the Ganesh Himal base camp trekking is another beautiful journey in the Himalayas of Nepal. The holy mountain, Ganesh Himal is named after the Hindu deity Ganesh, the God of good fortune. The trail to the Ganesh Himal base camp

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