Ganesh Himal Trekking
Ganesh Himal is one of the major groups of Himalayan peaks located between the Langland and Annapurna ranges. It is named by “Ganesh Himal” after the elephant headed God of Good Fortune because the south faces of Pabil (Ganesh IV). Slightly resembles an elephant with a ridge that looks like an elephant’s trunk. The Ganesh range peaks (Ganesh I, II, III and IV) stand out like crystal that is the Great Himalayan chain, forming in the skyline. Ganesh Himal can be easily seen from Kathmandu.
Ganesh Himal Trek has unique features such as the magnificent views of rare plants berbesis, primula, orchids, ferns, jasmine, oak, blue pine and rhododendron (in spring). The trek offers dense forests, glaciers, gorges, hot natural spas and unforgettable scenes. Through Shing La Pass (4,600m) you can take beautiful glacier of Langtang and Annapurna Massifs.
Ganesh Himal trek starts from Kathmandu with 4 -5 hours drive that takes you at the trekking starting point, named Betrawati, through the Trishuli River. During the trek, the trekkers get acquainted by rick culture of Tamang community and their peculiarities. The great massif Ganesh Himal is located between the valley of the Budhi Gandaki in the west and Bhote koshi in the east which is known Trishuli Khola at the lover section. This central eastern region of Nepal (Ganesh Himal) offers the trekkers with spectacular views of snowcapped massifs and rich wildlife, are main rewards of your great efforts.