Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

Trip Overview
  • Duration 17 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypePeak Climbing
  • Major AttractionViews of Ganesh I, LangsisaRi, DorjeLhakpa and Yubra
  • Maximum Altitude5844 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-Octuber-November

Highlights

 

  • Naya Kanga Peak is a mountain in the Naya Kanga National Park (5844m) Langtang Tamang and Sherpa Culture in Langtang and Helambu Climbing with Ganjala Pass 
  • Trek in Langtang Tamang and Sherpa Culture in Langtang and Helambu
  • The trip can be paired with a visit to the stunning Ganjala Pass (5100m).
  • In Helambu, discover the classic Langtang Valley and Yolmo culture.
  • For the adventure, full board meals are provided, as well as a fully supported crew.

Climbing Naya Kanga with a conventional Langtang valley walk is a fantastic Langtang adventure. The Langtang area of Nepal has Naya Kanga (5844m), also known as Ganja La Chuli. Langtang is one of Nepal's most famous trekking destinations, located north of Kathmandu and easily accessible by car. In 1970, Langtang National Park was named the first Himalayan National Park.

The region stretches from 32 kilometers north of Kathmandu to the Tibet border. Langtang Lirung is the tallest peak in the area (7200m). Its proximity makes it a perfect choice for a quick trip to the Himalayas, allowing climbers to participate in some top mountaineering activities in as little as 2-3 weeks. The icy northeast ridge is the most common approach to the Naya Kanga summit. The journey begins with a drive north from Kathmandu to the little village of Syabrubesi. Then we follow the narrow valley along Langtang Khola to the northeast, passing through lush bamboo, oak, pine, and maple woods.

The Langtang valley widens as we approach Goratabela (2900m), and the Massif Langtang mountain rises over the horizon. Then it's on to Langtang village, the largest hamlet in the area and is heavily influenced by Tibetan culture. Several lodges are open all year when we get to the Kyngjin Gompa, the final village. We climb to Kyangjin Ri (4700m) or Tsherko Ri (4980m) for acclimatization and an excellent Himalayan view. Then we climb to Naya Kang Base Camp, crossing the Langtang Khola south of Kyangjin Gompa. We establish a high camp and begin ascending from there.

The breathtaking panorama of Nepal's mountains, such as Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lhakpa, Gang Chhenpo, Ganesh Himal ranges, Manaslu ranges, Annapurna ranges, and the vast Sishapangma (8013m) in Tibet, as well as beautiful views of the valley on the south, including Kathmandu, can be seen from the summit. We will return to Syabrubesi by the same road and drive to Kathmandu.

Ganja-La Chuli Peak, formerly Naya Kanga (5,844 m), is a famous but challenging peak to climb west of Ganja La. The icy northeast ridge is traversed on the way to Nayakanga mountain. The climb is classified as Alpine Grade PD+ in terms of technical difficulty. This is due to three factors: the fact that you are on large snow slopes for most of the trek above camp 1, some crevasses when you head west below the Ganja La, and the short ridge portion to the summit.

With one tent at Base Camp or Nyengang Kharka, the summit may be reached in two days from Kyanjin or three days with a second camp at High Camp immediately below the Ganja La. The breathtaking view of the Langtang Mountains and the Helambu mountain range, including Dorje Lakpa and others, is the essential reward of ascending Naya Kanga. The Tibetan mountains on the north side, notably Shisapangma at 8035 meters, are also well visible. Ganja-La Chuli has been deleted from the Nepal Mountaineering Association's list of trekking peaks as of 2017. Climbers can now access the top without a permit.

Climbing this mountain is combined with an adventurous hike through Langtang National Park's forest, Nepal's second-biggest. Many routes pass through Langtang National Park, densely wooded with pine, maple, oak, and rhododendron trees, among other plants. Red pandas, leopards, musk deer, Himalayan black bears, rhesus and langur monkeys, and even Yetis live in the jungle.

You'll descend gradually to Helambu on the second portion of the trail. Helambu is a tiny Sherpa community known for its generosity and apples.

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  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1300m

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  • 1300m

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  • 1,420m

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  • 2,300m

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  • 3,307m

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  • 3,749m

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  • Tented Camp
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  • 4300 meters

  • Tented Camp
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  • 5000 meters

  • Tented Camp
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  • 5844 meters

  • Tented Camp
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  • Tented Camp
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  • 4040 meters

  • Tented Camp
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  • 2600 meters

  • Guest House
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  • 2590 meters

  • Guest House
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  • 846 meters

  • Hotel
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  • Hotel
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Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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Cost Details

Includes

  • 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.
  • Gear for a pass and climbing.
  • 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.

Excludes

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

Essential Info

The Trekking Group Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

There will be one UIAA Certified Trek leader, an assistant Trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide), and Sherpa porters for luggage carrying on the Mt.Naya Khang Peak Ganjala pass (2 trekkers: 1 porter). This approach assures that even if one of the group members becomes unwell, the trip will go as scheduled. We can organise the trek for any group size, but we normally limit it to a maximum of twelve people because we've found that this is the best number for a successful trip. However, if you want to schedule this excursion for a large group, that is also possible.

Accommodations on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

we will arrange 3 star standard Hotel in Kathmandu and teahouses. All lodging is on a twin-by-twin basis. A single supplement will be given on request at an extra fee will apply. Mountain Rock Treks and expeditions will provide rooms with connected washrooms. However, During the trek teahouses in certain locations only offer common washing and toilet facilities. Single rooms are also widely accessible in Kathmandu and the hiking regions at lower elevations, although at higher elevations they may be difficult to come by. 

 

Meals on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

Authentic Nepalese cuisine as well as more prevalent foreign cuisine will be available to us on our walk (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast and supper will be provided at the teahouse or on the menu of the lodge where we will be staying the night, while lunch will be served on the way to the next location. During the hike, all meals will be supplied. However, in Kathmandu, only breakfast will be available. Guests will also be treated to welcome and goodbye meals.

Insurance for Travel on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking 

All customers must be covered for complete expenditures that may arise as a result of medical concerns or accidents before participating in any mountain rock trek or expedition (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please keep in mind that we do not offer or sell insurance.

Acclimatization on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

The schedule for this journey was created with a high level of AMS awareness in mind (Acute Mountain Sickness). Going up to higher elevations too quickly produces a medical condition that can lead to death. The less oxygen in the air, the higher the altitude. At an altitude of above 5000 metres, for example, there is 50% less oxygen than at sea level. As a result, it takes our bodies a long time to adjust to a low-oxygen environment. A second day is made up for acclimatisation in Kyanjin and High Camp during this trip.

 

Physical Requirements and Experience for on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

This is a moderate journey for experienced hikers who can walk for at least 5-7 hours each day with a small day pack. Walking at higher elevations is more physically difficult than walking at lower altitudes; nonetheless, we may complete this journey successfully if we are in good health, have average physical fitness, and have a positive attitude, self-confidence, and strong resolve. It is a good idea to exercise and jog frequently for a few weeks ahead of the trip to improve our strength and stability.

Although previous hiking experience is beneficial, this excursion does not require any technical skills. Participants with pre-existing medical issues such as heart, lung, or blood illnesses should seek medical advice before embarking on the journey. Mountain rock treks and expeditions should also be informed before the journey is booked.

 

The best time for Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

Whenever we are planning to go on a vacation, it is always essential that we check the weather. Weather plays a very important role in making our trip memorable. We have to do the pre-planning of the packing list according to the weather. According to the season, we will be able to see the best sights of the journey. This peak climbing is suitable in all seasons. According to the convenience of the trekker, we will be able to manage the trip for you. Specifically, at your request, we will arrange the trip. 

Learn about the weather conditions for ascending Naya Kharga mountain before you start your expedition. This will make your journey much more pleasant. The sort of experience you get is heavily influenced by the weather. You will enjoy a unique trekking experience depending on the weather. The trekking season that trekkers pick has a big impact on their hiking experience. Some individuals prefer to hike in the summer, while others prefer to trek in the winter.

The weather you choose to hike in may make your Naya Kharga summit climbing even more difficult. As a result, it's critical to choose the right season and weather. Climbing the Naya kharga summit is a high-altitude trek.

 

Naya Khanga Peak during summer and spring 

During the summer, things are bright and sunny. Despite its warmth, everything summer brings is full of joy and life. We will be pleasured and thankful to nature for making such good days. 

The spring season lasts from March until May. During the spring, the days are warm and lengthy. It's worth going to Naya Kharga in the spring. During this season, the valley will be bustling with visitors. It is the most popular trekking season. With the lush foliage provided by nature, the forest and woodlands would be very stunning. Rhododendron trees are covered in blooming rhododendron flowers. Not to mention the birds' joy, which can be heard throughout the deep forest. The chirping and singing of birds may be heard throughout the woodland. The shift in nature will be welcomed by the animals. This season brings fresh twigs and blossoms to life. The Himalayas, with their light snow, are striking from afar. We may feel fatigued throughout the walk due to the warm weather of spring, but it is still a significant distance. It's unusual to walk beneath a bluish sky. The days are lovely and the temperatures are typical. A magical vision is created by clear blue skies and many flying birds in the sky. This is the most vibrant season of the year. Because we can count on a shift in temperature in the spring, this is the best time of year to go trekking.

 

Naya Kharga peak during the monsoon

The road to the summit of Naya Kharga may be more challenging in the monsoon than in the spring and fall. The rains during the monsoon season make the trails drier and cooler. The paths may become rather slick at this time of year. One of the things that might become a problem is leeches. You'll be OK if you carry a leech-repellent lotion with you. Another benefit of the monsoon is the discounts that are accessible. Because the monsoon is a quiet season, lodges and teahouses will provide special offers and discounts to you. During the monsoon, however, the Naya Kharga Peak climbing route is perfect for explorers. And if you're a botanist, now could be the best time to visit.
 

Naya Khanga peak during the winter

In the Alps, winter brings severely cold temperatures. The temperature drops and the problems grow. Although the cold might be frightening in the winter, the sky is usually clear throughout the day. There is very little chance of rain throughout this season, and the weather is fairly consistent. During the trek, the temperature will drop drastically at higher elevations both at night and in the morning. Temperatures are frequently in the -20 to -30 degree Celsius range. At lower elevations, particularly in the valley, temperatures will be pleasant, and camping may be a possibility. Because many people are afraid of the cold, winter is one of the least busy seasons on the hiking trail.

As a consequence, you will be able to travel quiet and alone. Another benefit of winter is the abundance of bargains. Lodges and tea houses lower their expenditures in the winter and provide cheaper food and accommodation. This may be useful if you want to climb the Naya Kharga trek in the winter. As a result, for those wanting adventure, the winter season is certainly the best time to hike the Naya Kharga climbing trail.

 

Naya Khanga Peak Climbing during Autumn

The sky is blue, the leaves are falling from the trees, the landscape is a ghost of colour, and the sunset is nostalgic. The Naya kharga peak climbing trekking trail is considerably more appealing. Because of the beautiful sky, autumn is the best time to hike in Nepal. Temperatures range from 20° C during the day to around 5° C at night at altitudes ranging from 1,000 to 3,500 metres. At higher elevations, temperatures can fall below 0 degrees at night. Now that the monsoon has passed, the weather is calm and the sky is clear. Autumn, on the other hand, does not appear to be a very warm season. Neither of them has a cool factor.

Naya Kanga Peak on Spring and fall are the best hiking seasons to start climbing Naya Kanga Peak. The highest number of hikers may be seen during these months. The weather is expected to be pleasant in the spring (March-May) and fall (September–November), with clear blue skies and stunning mountain vistas. Higher elevations, however, can have bitterly chilly nights. 

 

A list of all the clothes and equipment on Naya Kanga Peak climbing with Ganja La Pass Trekking

HEADWEAR

  • Wear a brimmed hat or a sun cap on your head.
  • Headscarf
  • Hat with warm knit
  • Buff/Neck Gaiter, or Balaclava
  • Headlamps
  • Google or sunglasses

INNER BODYWEAR

  • Underwear
  • The Foundation Layer: fleece woollen shirt or fleece woollen pants
  • The middle layer: shirts, thermal shirts, fleece pants, fabric shirts, thermal trousers
  • OUTER LAYER: Jacket with hood or water-proof jacket

HANDWEAR AND FOOTWEAR

  • hiking gloves,
  • hiking shoes,
  • hiking boots etc 

TRAVEL EQUIPMENTS:

  • duffel bags
  • sleeping bags
  • poles for trekking

MEDICATIONS:

  • first aid medicines  and daily use medications  

FAQs

  • Q1. How difficult is this trip?

    If you consider trekking, you can choose the easy one since this is peak climbing. It might be challenging if you are inexperienced. You must at least know the journey you are heading to along with the knowledge of the weather and the area's roadways, and you must also build up fit and healthy. 

    As for experienced people, this will be their second cup of tea. For freshers, you can take a little training and guidance with you, and then it will be easy for you.

  •  This is because every new adventure has its new surprises. You might have visited the other trekking trails, but this one is special for you as it has more to give than the Ganja la pass trekking. You will be fascinated by the journey. You will enjoy it if you are planning to join this group. You can contact our company if you are interested in this package.  

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    We used to do adventure trekking in the alps but we are lucky to found Nepal for this adventure. Our family members 4 of us do trekking and a bit of climbing in Nepal. Thank you to all our team for organizing the Mountain Rock trek.

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