Ganesh Himal is at an altitude of 7110 meters & 23326 feet above the sea level located in central Nepal. The name Ganesh has its origin from the Gods. Ganesh is the son of Lord Shiva and mother goddess Parvati. So, this Ganesh Himal is one the sacred mountain and the region is rather isolated/quiet.
Trekking to the Ganesh Himal, for the most part, is viewing the awesome Ganesh Himal ranges -Ganesh Himal I, Ganesh Himal II, Ganesh Himal III, and Ganesh Himal IV. The other lookouts of this trek are Mount Macchapuchare (Fishtail), Manaslu, Paldor Himal, Langtang Li Rung (7225 m). On our trail, numerous wild species like Himalayan thar, gaur (a wild large ox), monkeys, and musk deer can be perceived as well as if the trekking happens to be in the spring season, the vista of floras around 526 categories of different plants and 40 types of orchids can be spotted.
The landscape and elegant mountainous views give this trekking a natural feel.
The inhabitants of the upper region are mostly the Tamang communities whereas the lower region is occupied by Newar, Magar, Gurung, Brahmin, and Chhetri communities. The maximum societies residing in this region practice Buddhism with their exceptional languages, customs, outfits, and values.
The kind cordiality of the societies of this region offers you a memorable trekking experience.
The trekking trail to the Ganesh Himal starts from driving alongside the Trishuli River (one of the major river that flows in this region). We will then transient through some of the interesting places such as Singala Pass, Pangsang Bhanjyang, Jaisal Kunda, & Jyamrung. We will be trailing over the pleasing communities and untouched rhododendron forest to Bhalche (2020 meters). We continue our trek along the fine looking rich green hills to Kharka then climb up to the hill near Rupchet (3720 meters).
Trekking all the way through the pristine forest & lake passing the Singla Bhanjyang (4750 meters), we reach Phedi (3545 meters) & here, we set our temporary campsite. Our trail then passes by Pansang Bhanjyang (4000 meters) and we will then be sightseeing lakes and observe the striking scenery view of wonderful Ganesh Himal ranges. Finally, we retrace back to Kathmandu.
We suggest spring for this trek to view the wonderful flora of this region but this trek can be done all year around. Ganesh Himal Hiking Team (GHHT) operates this trekking package all year round for you to experience untouched remote region with stunningly beautiful landscape and vegetation of Nepal with qualified trained trekking leaders and guides. For more information about Ganesh Himal Trekking, please feel free to email or contact us.