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40 Days Ganesh Himal Expedition 7401m


Ganesh Himal (7400 meters), located north-northwest of Kathmandu, is easily visible on a clear day from the city. In Nepal there a saying that the place where the lamp stands will always dark. The Ganesh Himal is similar in that it is near to Kathmandu but still rarely visited by tourists despite the relatively easy trekking and pristine forests and villages of the region.

Twelve days trekking affords incredible nearly ‘touchable” views of Ganesh I (7401m), II (7150m), and Manaslu (8163m). The walk is mostly through typical Nepalese villages and forests and jungles of oak, rhododendron, bamboo, pine and others. The single mountain pass (4500m) is the highest point of the trek, but we are well acclimatized to the altitude before we attempt it. The best season for the trek is late Sept., Oct., Nov., and March-April through May. Late March through April offers the incredible opportunity to see the forests burst into color as the six to seven rhododendron species bloom.

Trip Highlights

Duration: 40 days
Program Type: Expedition
Max. Altitude: 7400m
Minimum Pax: 2+
Mode of Travel: Flight/Land
Start Trip: Syabrubensi
End Trip: Syabrubensi


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu transfer to hotel
Day 02: Rest day at Kthmandu preparation Expedition
Day 03: Final Preparation for expedition
Day 04: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi
Day 05: Syabrubesi to Tatopani
Day 06: Tatopani to Kharka
Day 07: Khark to Mul Kharka
Day 08-12: Mul Khark to Ganesh Himal Base camp
Day 13: Rest day at Base camp for climb preparation
Day 14-26: Climbing period of Ganesh Himal
Day 27: After summit back to Base camp
Day 28-36: Trek back to Syabrubensi
Day 37: Drive to KTM
Day 38-39: Rest day at Kathmandu
Day 40: Departure your destination

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