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Ganja La Pass Trekking

Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek starts from Sybru Bensi, ends at Melamchi Pul Bazar. From Sybru Bensi, you will follow the Langtang river to the east until you get to Kyanching Gompa (3,049.). Some 5 km to the south of Kyanching Gompa are the peaks of Naya Kanga (5,846m) and , to the south east, Ponggen Dopku (5,930m). Kyanching Gompa is surrounded by Mt Langtang Lirung (7245m ) on the west, Yala peak on the north , Dorje Lakpa(6966m), Urkeinmang(6387m), Loenpo Gang (6979) and Kangchenpo on the north-east. In Kyanjing Gompa there are a small Buddhist monastary and a cheese factory started in 1955 by the Swiss Association for Technical Assistance. When you are crossing the pass there are spectacular views of Langtang Lirung and the Tibetan peaks beyond. Much of this route is spent above 3,000m (10,000ft) .The highest point of this trek is Ganjala Pass (5,122m ). On the very pass of Ganjala , the last few 100m trail is precarious so we use a rope there for safety, though the utmost care is enough. The descent from the pass is on a steep slope for over 1 km which requires good care again. But the rest of the trail is easy and comfortable. As there are no lodges and no settlements for three days along the way, the group should be well equipped with enough food.

Only organised camping treks are possible for this region. The use of firewood is also prohibited within the park, so all supplies should be taken with us. The trek requires 13 days .The people living in Langtang are of Tibetan origin, though they introduce themselves as Tamang or Gurung. After passing the Ganjala Pass, the trail takes you to Malemchigaon and Tarke Ghyang .People here call themselves Sherpas but their relationship with the Sherpa of Solu Khumbu is distant. The dialects spoken are also different. People here follow the Buddhist religion so you will find many old Buddhist monasteries in the villages. Tarke Ghyang is another Sherpa town along the way, which bears its own story. The town name means temple of "100 horses" and was taken from the name of a temple established in 1727 by a Lama ( Buddhist monk ) who was called on by the king of Kathmandu ( Kantipur) to stop an epidemic. As his reward the Lama asked for 100 horses, which he brought here. The local temple, rebuilt in 1969, follows the Bhutanese style.


  • Country: Nepal
  • Duration: 14Days
  • Destination: Asia / Nepal/Langtang
  • Grade: 4
  • Accomodation: Tent and Lodge
  • Meals: B. L.D.
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Maximum Altitude: 4985m
  • Best Season: Sep. Oct.,March, April
  • Trip Overview:

Itinerary                                                              Elevation                     Time

Day 01 : We meet you at the airport and take Hotel

Day 02:  Trek preparation   

Day 03 - Drive to Syabru Besi                            1410m                    9:00 hrs

Day 04 – Syabru Besi to Lama Hotel                  2480m                   5:00 hrs

Day 05 – Lama Hotel to Langtang Village          3430m                   5:00 hrs

Day 06 – Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa    3860m                   3:30 hrs

Day 07 – Day hike to Cherkuri                             4985m                   7 hrs

Day 08 – Kyanjin Gompa to Ngyegang               4400m                    4:00 hrs

Day 09 – Ngyegang - Ganja-La Pass (5105m) - Keldang  4270m       7:30 hrs

Day 10 - Keldang to Dukpu                                   4080m                    4:30 hrs

Day 11 - Dukpu to Tarke Ghyang                          2740m                    5:00 hrs

Day 12 – Tarke Ghyang to Shermathang               2590m                    4:00 hrs

Day 13 - Sermathang to Melamchi Pull Bazaar     870m                      5:00 hrs

Day 14 - Drive back to Kathmandu                       1300m                     6:00 hrs

•             Airport pick-up and drop off services

•             Trekking guide

•             Porter/s .

•             Trekkers' Information Management System(TIMS) card

•             . Entry permit for Langtang National Park


•             All land transportation .

•             All meals 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner)

•             Accommodation in teahouses / camp,  during the trek

•             Necessary equipment such as sleeping bags, down jackets, etc.

•             Rescue Assistance

•             Necessary insurance for trekking staff

•             First Aid kit

•             Nature of personal expenses

•             Drinks, beverages, hot shower, etc.

•             Tips

•             Hotel accommodation & meals in Kathmandu after  finished your  package