Ganja La Pass Trekking

Trip Overview
  • Duration 16 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionGanja La Pass
  • Maximum Altitude5122 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring and Autumn


  • A picturesque ride from Kathmandu to the serenity of Syabrubesi.
  • Pass along the vintage and traditional Tibetan villages of the Langtang Region.
  • Explore the newly restored Langtang Region, devastated by the 2015 massive earthquake.
  • Meet the innocent and lovely people(More like Tibetan) of the region and experience their lifestyles, food, and culture.
  • Inspect the centuries-old Buddhist monasteries, gompas, and mani walls.
  • Attend an acclimatization hike to Tsergo Ri(4,984m).
  • Climb Ganjala Pass(5,130m) and enjoy the heavenly mountain panorama.
  • Catch lovely vistas of Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Kang Guru, Shishapangma, and more.
  • Experience the diverse flora & fauna and natural diversity of the region.
  • Go round the Helambu Region, a region abundant in cultural diversity.
  • Do an expedition-like trek in the Langtang Region.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek, as the name says, is a voyage to the Langtang Region’s Ganjala Pass(5,130m). You’ll cross the whole Langtang area and the famous cliff, Ganjala Pass. Alongside, you’ll scale Tsergo Ri(4,984m), another mountain pass, and several other rough tops. Also, you’ll spend nights in a temporary tent, like on a mountain expedition.

Throughout that walk, you’ll discover the vintage Tibetan villages, the inspiring local culture, the Helambu region, Buddhist monasteries, rhododendron forests, majestic rivers, etc. There is no need to mention the majestic mountains you’ll see on this journey. In short, Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is an exclusive trekking option for you.

The trek is demanding due to its trail and altitude factor. It is more like an expedition to a peak. You’ll have many demanding sections on this walk while climbing steep uphills and snowy and rocky paths. The hike to Ganjala Pass requires good trekking and even basic climbing skills. So it is not an easy trek for newbies at all. Instead, it is for the challenge lovers who want to trek something difficult.

The journey of Ganjala Pass Trek begins with a scenic drive to Syabru Bensi. And the trek will start from Syabrubesi the next day, to Lama Hotel. From Lama Hotel’s tranquil vicinity, the walk continues towards the captivating Langtang Village.

Out of Langtang Village’s traditional houses, the trek will be direct in the vicinity of Kyanjin Gompa. Then there will be an acclimatization day in the lapses of the Himalayas in Kyangin Gompa. There will be a hike to Tsergo Ri for mouth-opening alpine vistas on the same day. After another night in Kyanjin Gompa, the stroll resumes towards Nyengang Kharka.

The next day, the walk gets more panoramic as it brings to High Camp. And then, the day comes to reach atop Ganjala Pass Trek. It is time to celebrate the best reward of the trek. Dorje Lakpa, Kimshung, Langtang Lirung, Shisshapangma, Kangchenpo, Yala Peak, Yansa Tsenji and other peaks are quite visible from the top.

Following the climb of Ganjala Pass, the walk goes in the direction of Dukpu and Tarke Gyang the following day. Now, the trek is more accessible with more descents than ascents. Similarly, the walk will happen through Helambu Region’s Sermathang and Melamchi Bazaar. And finally, the tour concludes in Melamchi Bazaar. After two weeks in the unforgivable Langtang Region, a drive to Kathmandu will officially finish the whole trip.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is an extraordinary thing in itself. You’ll do one of the most demanding yet scenic treks in Nepal. This expedition will allow you to ramble all kinds of terrains, from green to rocky and rough. Plus, you’ll have a climbing-like trekking experience on this trek. You’ll test your limits and broaden them to level up your trekking skills. And you’ll have a lot of good memories in the Langtang Region to share with the world.

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Arrival in Kathmandu. Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuwan International Airport. A drop at the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. B&B at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

An early morning drive from Kathmandu to Syabru Bensi, the starting point of the trek. The industry takes around eight hours and passes through rural lowland villages where you can observe the procession of an ordinary day. Scenic views of mountains and stretches of rolling hills also accompany you. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 7/8 hours
  • 1,467m

The trek to Lama Hotel is mainly along the Langtang River. After crossing a suspension bridge, we pass a stream. The walk continues along with forests of Bamboo, Rhododendron, and other alpine trees. It’s an easy walk despite the wavy nature of the trail. Overnight stay at Lama Hotel.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 2,470m

After breakfast, we move on through a trail along with dense forests that ascends to Ghora Tabela. Views of Langtang Ri and the Langtang Village are magnificent from here. As we move to the Langtang Village, prayer flags, Chortens, and water mills welcome us. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5/6 hours
  • 3430m

Leaving the village after breakfast, we move on through high pasture lands where yaks graze. Walking alongside the mani walls and across wooden bridges, You can feel the gain in elevation with the thinning air as we reach Kyanjin Gompa. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 4 -5 hours
  • 3870m

It’s a day set for acclimatization. Sitting idle is not recommended, and a hike to Tsergo Ri is scheduled in the morning. Incredible views of the Langtang range meet the eyes at the elevation. After returning, you can explore around Kyanjing Gompa, which is the last settlement area for some days.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Free Day
  • 4985m

The trail first descends for about half an hour to reach a suspension bridge. Then, crossing the Langtang Khola, we ascend through a path with juniper shrubs on either side. After climbing for about five hours, we reach Nyengang Kharka, from where views of Langtang Lirung and its glacier are outstanding. Overnight on a tent.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 4,430m

The trail we take today is mainly along steep slopes. The ascent is along rocks and glaciers and is a strenuous one. However, the views of Langtang Lirung, Tserko Ri, and other peaks from the top are worth the effort. Overnight stay in a tent.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3/ 4 hours
  • 4,960m

The Ganja La pass (5130m) is one of the most strenuous climbs. The key is situated on a rocky moraine and is covered in snow throughout the year. The climb is mostly through boulders and passes some lakes. Views from the Ganja La are superb. Keldang is a short descent from the pass where we spread tents for the night.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 4,270m

We further descend along a ridge and walk along forests and grasslands to reach Dukpu, where we tent for the night.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 4,040m

After a short descent, we reach a pass that opens up for outstanding views of snow-capped ranges. Then, again, we move downhill through forests of pine and rhododendron to get to the settlement area of Tarke Gyang. The place is inhabited by the friendly and cheerful Sherpa people and contains an old Buddhist monastery. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5/6 hour
  • 2,740m

After the strenuous journey through the high passes, we take a day to rest. You can explore around the periphery of Tarke Gyang and learn about the tradition and lifestyle of the Sherpa people inhabiting this highland.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Free Day
  • 2740m

The trail continues through a small forest and passes a village in the Helambu region. The walk to Sermathang is through broad valleys, forests, and streams. Sermathang is a beautiful Sherpa village with a Buddhist monastery. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 2,590m

After the meal at Sermathang, our last remote village, we descend towards the town of Kakani, which is perched on top of a hill. Upon landing further, we reach Dubachaur, another small town from where we walk past paddy fields and alongside the Indrawati River. We cross the river to reach Melamchi Pul Bazaar, a small town famous for delicious fish from the local river. Overnight stay at a lodge

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6/7 hours
  • 830m

From Melamchi Pul Bazaar to Kathmandu is a five hours drive through small villages before entering the busy Kathmandu valley. You can use the day to rest or explore the valley. An evening dinner courtesy of Mountain Rocks Treks to celebrate the completion of your trek.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5/6 hours
  • 1320m

Departure from Kathmandu. A drop from the hotel to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled time of flight is arranged in a private tourist vehicle. You can also opt for another package with us and move towards the next destination.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Trip Map

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Cost Details


  • Pick up from Airport to Hotel drop to airport, by car.
  • 2 Nights Hotel in Kathmandu BB plan. A/C Room sharing double bed, Televisions, clean bathroom 24 hours hot showers
  • Hotel to the bus park by taxi.
  • Kathmandu to shyaphru besi by public bus.
  • Lodge accommodation on the way during your trek and Camping.
  • Meals three times a day (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
  • Tea and coffee three times a day in a cup.
  • Langtang national park entrance permit and TIMS card.
  • Two-person tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, Toilet Tent.
  • 50m rope for a pass.
  • One fluent English speaking, the government registered, experienced, first aid trained guide, one cook, Sherpa, and required porters.
  • Trekking Equipment sleeping bags and down jackets kid Bags.
  • Guides/cooks, Sherpa, porters - food, lodge, bus transportation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.


  • Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu and  Hard and soft table drinks such as coke, beer, Mineral water, hot shower, boiled water during your trek
  • Personal insurance, which can cover helicopter Rescue, and tips for Nepali staff.

Dates & Price

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1 Seat LeftStarts: MondayOct 21, 2024
Ends: TuesdayNov 05, 2024
Status: AvailableUS$1450

Essential Info

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek Route

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek route starts from Kathmandu itself. You will do a bus drive of 7-8hrs to Syabrubesi. It will be a panoramic drive that will take you to the starting point of the trek. The next day, you’ll leave Syabrubesi for Lama Hotel. You’ll pass several villages, hills, and more on the route.

From Syabrubensi, the trek will happen toward Langtang Village via Ghore Tabela. You’ll trek through the jungle, by a river, and more. You’ll also come across Langtang Ri during the day. It will be a 5-6 hours trek to reach Langtang village. After Langtang Village, you’ll start another trekking day towards Kyanjin Gompa. It will be a walk along the region's mani walls and wooden bridges.

spend an acclimatization day in Kyanjin Gompa by doing a hike to Tsergo Ri. After two days in Kyanjin Gompa, you’ll move towards Nyengang Kharka by crossing suspension bridges, juniper trees, etc. After the overnight stay in Nyengang Kharka, you’ll hike upwards to the High Camp via glaciers and rock paths.

And finally, you’ll do a climbing trek to Ganja La Pass, the ultimate point of the tour. The path to the top is steep, rocky, and snowy.

Following the strenuous trek to Ganjala Pass, you’ll descend back to Keldang the same day. A hard walking day will end in Keldang’s tented camp. The following dawn, you’ll trek towards Dukpu to go far from the Ganjala Pass. That day will end in Dukpu. From Dukpu, you will move in the direction of Tarke Gyang. En route, you will pass several Sherpa villages.

After Take Gyang’s stop, it is time to trek towards Sermathang and enter the Helambu Region. It will happen via small forests and several hamlets and monasteries. Following this, you will move on the trail to find Melamchi Bazaar, the ending point of the trek. Finding Melamchi Bazaar will lead you to walk several more villages and terraced fields of the Helambu Region.

And it is time to finish the trekking part of Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek. You will join a jeep/bus drive of 6-7 hours to Kathmandu. This will be the completion of the Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek route.

About Langtang Region and Ganjala Pass

Langtang Region

Langtang Region is a region in the central-north part of Nepal. It is named after the region's famous mountain Langtang Lirung(7,234m/23,734ft). Turning into a favorite trekking destination, Langtang Region is not too far from Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. It lies merely 51km north of the city. For that reason, it is called the nearest trekking region from Kathmandu.

The region is home to diverse flora and fauna, snow-covered mountains, and rich natural beauty. Above all, Langtang Region is known for the Tamang culture and lifestyle. Trekkers in Langtang Region can experience natural wonders as well as cultural wonders. This area is entirely inhabited by the Tamangs, an ethnic group highly inspired by Tibetan culture. So travelers will get to travel in Tibet without leaving the borders of Nepal.

As said earlier, the region is turning into a popular trekking destination. People can opt for this region if they want an off-the-beaten trekking experience in Nepal. This region is home to some of the best treks in Nepal. One of them is this very Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek.

others are Tamang Heritage Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Helambu Circuit Trekking, Gosaikunda Lake Trekking, Langtang Gosaikunda Laurebina Pass Trek, and etc. Similarly, the major landmarks of the Langtang Region are Gosaikunda Lake, Ganja La Pass, Tserko Ri, Kyanjin Gompa, Langtang Village, Lama Hotel, Sermanthang, etc.

Ganjala Pass

Ganja La Pass(5,122m) is the ultimate point of Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek and a famous regional landmark. It is the center of attraction for trekkers, mainly adventurer lovers. Being the pinpoint of the challenging Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek, the mountain pass is touched by many trekkers every year.

The journey to the top of Ganjala Pass is demanding. You’ll cross many steep uphills, glacier sections, and iced paths. It will feel like climbing a mountain. However, the rewards of the walk are pretty breathtaking. You can even see Shishapangma, the 14th tallest peak globally, located in Tibet. The other viewable peaks from the pass are Langtang Lirung, Langtang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Loenpo Gang, Changbu, Yansa Tsenji, Kyunga Ri, Yala Peak and more.

Permit Required for Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

For Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek, you’ll need two permits. Langtang National Park Permit and Trekker Information Management System(TIMS Card). These two permits can be obtained from Kathmandu’s Nepal Tourism Board office. You do not have to arrange these permits if you go with us. Our team will arrange these permits in advance for you.

you trek through the protected Langtang National Park, you’ll need a license to enter the area. The Langtang National Park Permit costs USD 17 per person for SAARC nationals and USD 34 per person for other citizens. Similarly, TIMS Card is for the safety and security of Trekkers. The TIMS card is available for USD 6 per person for SAARC nationals and USD 20 per person for other residents. Fees, Passport Size photos, and photocopy of the passport are necessary for the permits.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek Difficulty Level

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is a moderate-rated trek in the Langtang Region. Half of the walk is moderate, and the other half is tricky. Therefore Ganjala Pass Trek is also famous as one of the most demanding treks in Nepal. The trek is regular and moderate until you are trekking through villages of the Langtang Region. But once you gain some altitude and reach Ganjala Pass, the walk turns dramatic.

The Ganjala Pass section is the demanding part of the entire trek. During the crossing of Ganjala Pass, you have to face adversities such as steep climbs, glacier walking, high altitude, and technical climbs. This part of the trek may feel like a day of a mountain expedition. If you have essential mountaineering experience, that will be a great help for you.

Besides Ganjala Pass, you’ll have some difficult times while climbing Tsergo Ri and Kyanjin Ri. Both of them involve high-altitude trekking and steep climbing. However, these two hikes will prepare you for the challenging Ganjala Pass climb.

Overall, Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is an arduous trek if you are a newbie. It is a short trek, but there will be many challenges during this walk. High altitude, extreme weather, camped tent nights, technical climbs, glacier walking, rough terrain, and steep climbs are some of the trek challenges.

you know, challenges are there to overcome.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek Preparation

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek will not be an easy trek for you. It is one of the most challenging treks in Nepal. This trek is for only two types of trekkers, experienced ones and prepared ones. If you are neither experienced nor prepared, you should not do this trek.

Let’s focus only on preparation for Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek. It is a demanding trek, and you’ll need a good physique and a good mindset. Above anything, you need to be the healthiest for the walk. Correspondingly, you need a body that can trek for 5-7 hours on average in the mountains. Cardiovascular training and strength training are the best ways to prepare for that.

Plan a training schedule with the right exercises and be focused on it. Swimming, jogging, cycling, hill hiking, and running are some excellent examples. Cardiovascular exercises make your lungs and body ready for the trek.

Likewise, strength training like sit-ups, pushups, pullups, squats, crunches, etc. Do treks that can familiarize you and your body with the Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek. This will help your body parts to build strengths. While doing all the physical training for the trek, you’ll also have a strong mindset. And that mindset will work wonders while on Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek.

So this is how you can prepare for the trek. Best wishes!

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek Best Time

While planning Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek, the weather is the most crucial thing to look at. The weather can either spoil or color the whole trek. In simpler words, the tour becomes exciting when the weather is all right and saddening when the weather is not good. Hence the weather is an essential thing for this trek.

Keeping it straight, Autumn and Spring are the two great times for this or any other trek in Nepal. They are the so-called trekking seasons in Nepal. In contrast, Winter and Monsoon are less preferred times for tours in Nepal.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek in Autumn (September-November)

Autumn is a peak time for traveling in Nepal. The season has all the good weather conditions to offer. There is a stable weather pattern around the country. Similarly, the skies are clear, mountains are visible, and the temperature is warm during the Autumn months. Plus, the great festivals of Nepalese such as Dashain, Tihar, and Chaath, fall upon this season. So it is an excellent time for Ganjala Pass Trek.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek in Winter (December-February)

Winter is the next season after Autumn in Nepal. It is the start of the coldest season of the year. The first month, December is not that cold. However, Winter reaches its peak during January and February. The temperature throughout the country drops drastically. Likewise, heavy snowfall starts to occur in the mountains. This situation makes Winter not so favorable for trekking in the hills. It is possible in Winter, but the harsh weather makes it challenging.

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek in Spring(March-June)

Spring takes over the country and spreads its colors following winter. Indeed, Spring is another hit time to visit Nepal. So you can do Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek during this season as well. This season has stable weather, clear panoramas, colorful landscapes, and low precipitation levels. Popular trails such as EBC Trek and ABC trek are crowded during this season. You can select this Langtang trek for a peaceful walk in this crowded spring.

Spring is over in Nepal, the wettest season of all rules the country. Monsoon Season(July-August) showers heavy rainfall all around the country. The routes get muddy, slippery, and landslide-prone. Likewise, the mountains remain under the clouds of the Monsoon. Hence, Summer or Monsoon is not the best time for this trek.

Food and Accommodation on Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek


Food is not a problem on Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek, especially during the teahouse days. The trail has enough teahouses and lodges that offer food services to the trekkers. You can expect food items such as Dala Bhat, Momos, porridge, soup, canned tuna, pasta, momos, curries, etc. Drink items such as Soda, Tea, hot lemon, and coffee are also available during the trek.

Most of the food items are locally cultivated, and you’ll get to taste the real Langtang Region food. But, once you begin camping on the trek, the food items will get limited. Your kitchen staff will prepare limited meal options.


Like food, finding accommodation is also not a big deal in the Langtang region. There are lodges and tea houses along the route to provide reasonable accommodation. However, do not expect luxurious rooms at all. The rooms have basic shareable rooms with private rooms, wifi, and warm showers. This is for the teahouse section.

you know, you have to go camping on Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek. You will have to settle in tented camps for a couple of nights. While in those tented camps, you’ll sleep in sleeping bags.

Tips for Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

  • Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is a challenging trek. Make sure you are well prepared physically and mentally for this adventure.
  • Choose an appropriate time for the trek.
  • Pack all the necessary things for the trek or hire them from Kathmandu.
  • Do it with a licensed agency.
  • Have an expert/local guide on the trek.
  • Hire a porter if you have heavy backpacks.
  • Take altitude sickness seriously and be cautious about it.
  • Drink water to keep your body hydrated.
  • Stroll calmly and take rests whenever needed.
  • Do not go solo on the trek. It is an arduous trek to do alone.
  • Ensure the trip with well-covering travel insurance.
  • Spend enough acclimatization days.



  • Q1. Where is Langtang Region located?

    Langtang Region lies in the central-north part of Nepal, around 51 km north of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.


  • The beginning point of Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek is Syabrubesi(2,380m). It is the starting point of all the Langtang Region Treks. We can reach that after 7-8 hours of highway drive from Kathmandu. 


  • Ganjala Pass itself is the highest point of the entire trek. It lies at an altitude of 5,130m.


  • The trek is challenging moderately. It involves high-altitude trekking, technical climbs, glacier walks, rough terrain, steep uphills, etc. Thus It is not for newbies with no preparation.

  • The trek is a demanding one. If you want to do this trek, you should be physically fit and fine. You also need to have no health issues during this climb. Be healthy enough to cover all the hard routes and challenging uphill climbs. 


  • You will do 5-to 7 hours of average walking every day. Some days will have more or fewer hours of trek. 


  • Acclimatization, drinking water, trekking slowly, and following the guidelines of your guides are some ways to avoid mountain sickness during the trek. Do not take mountain sickness lightly.


  • Having a guide on a challenging trek is very much important. This trek is one of the most challenging treks in Nepal. Thus, you’ll need an experienced guide to do this trek comfortably. That will make the whole journey relatively easy. Likewise, you can hire a porter if you have a heavy backpack. Porter will carry your loads.   


  • No, not at all. But the monetary tips can be a way to respect their service. It will make them realize that you are impressed with their work.


  • No, it is not compulsory to have climbing skills. However, it is always good to have some basic skills for this climb. There are parts on this trek where you’ll be walking on snow and doing slight technical upgrades. 


  • Yes, you’ll get those services in most of the teahouses. However, you might not get those services on camping days.


  • Yes, the trek is more demanding than Everest Base Camp Trek. The ruralness and technical climbing make it a more challenging hike. However, both of the walks are challenging in their ways. 


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