Ganesh Himal Singla Pass Camping Trek - at an altitude of 4200 meters is one of the unexplored trekking routes where only a few lucky trekkers have experienced this trekking. It is slightly longer trek where you will be visiting the Ganesh Himal Singla Pass which lies in the central eastern region of Nepal. This trekking is one of the easy-moderate level trekking and also off beaten trekking trails of Nepal. Ganesh Himal Singla Pass trekking is not so popular like Everest or the Annapurna trekking but you will get the picture-perfect view of the entire Ganesh Himal ranges. This region stretches amid the two rivers of Budhi Gandaki and Trishuli.
Main attractions of this trekking other than Singla Pass is panorama views of Ganesh Himal I (7406 meters), Ganesh Himal II (7150 meters), Ganesh Himal III (7130 meters), Manaslu (8164 meters),Langtang Himal (6581 meters), Langtang Ri (7246 meters), Yala Peak (5560 meters) and many other snowcapped peaks and glaciers plus the magnificent remote villages with its rich culture and traditions with plenty of flora and fauna.
You also get to view the twin lake - one in black and another in white color and also get to view the cascading waterfalls of Ganga and Jamuna.
Trekking to Singla Pass of Ganesh Himal begins from a drive to Bhalche at 1850 meters from Kathmandu. On the way to your drive to Bhalche, you will be viewing the Trishuli Bazaar and Betrawadi and finally, after reaching Bhalche, we will then be trekking uphill to reach the village. From here - we will be passing through the high tropical jungle surrounded by the beautiful landscapes. Continuing trekking to Thulo Kharka, we can spot yak herders, beautiful pine, bamboo and fir trees and next we reach Rupchet – from where you get to view the astonishing hills.
Next, we will be trekking uphill to the Singla pass to view the Ganesh Himal ranges, Langtang Himal ranges, Mount Manaslu and a slight view of the Annapurna ranges. Here you get plenty of time to relish the moment and capture the best pics. After spending our leisure time at Singla pass, we will be heading to Shertlung through dense tropical forests of rhododendron, pine, oak, etc. We will be reaching the Shertlung village which is mostly inhabited by the Tamang communities following the Buddhism culture and traditions.
After a few minutes trekking downhill, we will be reaching Khar Khola where there is a hot spring. On this hot spring, we will relax and after that, we trek to Nebar Gaon and to Lapa Gaon. On the trails, you get to view of the Langtang and Ganesh Himal ranges. Next, we will be heading from Phul Kharka to Jyamrung Durbar - one of the historical palace where the king of Jyamriung used to live a long time ago. This palace is also a famous place to view the beautiful sunrise and sunset views on the Himalayan ranges of Ganesh and Langtang, etc. After trekking downhill - we finally reach Dhading Besi and drive back to Kathmandu.
This trekking is most suitable during the month of March to May and September to November but even some trekkers visit this region in other months. GHHT (Ganesh Himal Hiking Team) recommends this trekking in the specific months of spring and fall to get the perfect views without any obstructions. For further detail about this trek to the Singla Pass of Ganesh Himal, please feel free to contact or email us.