17 days
Duration
Extreme
Trip Level
2
Group Size
5840 m
Max-altitude

Naya Kang lies on the southern flank of the Langtang region, bordering Langtang and Jugal Himal. Another name of Naya Kang is Ganja – La Chuli. Naya Kang Peak Climbing (Ganja- La Chuli) offers magnificent views of the Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu in the west. Likewise, Panch Pokhari and Rowling Himal are in the East. The Langtang Naya Kang peak trekking and climbing require good physical condition and mountain experience.

The Naya Kang Climbing is technically demanding due to walking along the moraine. So, it requires fixing the rope to get its base camp. This trek goes from the isolated villages and forests to fascinating flora and Fauna. Even more, inspiring places in between en route Langtang Valley. Naya Kang peak climbing is a part that consists of huge bio-diversities, monasteries, and the people of Tibet residing here. Finally, the trek ends at Melamchi Pul by the Ganja-La Pass.

Besides that, it is possible to expand the journey to Naya Khang Peak Climbing via the Tamang Heritage Trail. Then, it joins the main trail of Langtang Valley. Meanwhile, an exploration of Tamang culture, peoples, and monasteries. The paths continue uphill through the small settlements, lush green forests, and spectacular mountain views along the Bhote Koshi River. Similarly, one can take an opportunity to hike up Tsergo-Ri 5000 meters for the outstanding views of the thunder Himalayas and get proper acclimatization for Naya Kang peak Climbing.

Naya Kang Peak Climbing: Highlights

The technical climbing, Experience the moraine walking
Spectacular panoramic views of Langtang massif, Shisapangma (Tibet), and Rolwaling massif

An opportunity to hike up Tsergo-Ri 5000 meters
Trekking and Peak climbing experience at a time

 

Naya Khang peak climbing itinerary

Day 1: Arrival day (1,300 m)
2: Free day and trek preparation.
3: Kathmandu – Syabrubensi (1467m) by bus 7h00 drive.
4: Syabrubensi – Lama Hotel (2470m) 6h30 walk.
5: Lama Hotel – Lantang village (3400m) 5h00 walk.
6: Langtang – Kyangjing Gompa (3850m) 4h00 walk.
7: Kyangjing Gompa Rest day (3850m),
8: Kyangjing Gompa – Naya Kanga Base Camp (4300m) 5h00 walk
9: Naya Kang Base Camp – High Camp (4960 m) 4h00 walk.
10: Acclimatization Day!!!
11: Ganja La High Camp– Summit (5844m) – Pass (5144m) – Keldang (4250m) 6h00 walk.
12: Keldang – Yak Kharka (Dukpa) (4000 m) 6h00 walk.
13: Dukpa – Tarke Gyang (2,590 m) 6h00 walk.
14: Tarkeghyang – Sermathang (2,610 m) 5h00 walk.
15: Sermathang – Kathmandu 6h00 drive.
16: Free Day in Kathmandu
17: Final departure

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Day 1: Arrival day (1,300 m)

Upon arrival at Kathmandu, you will be greeted and welcomed by our agency’s representative in front of the Arrival gate with the Display board of Himalayan Exploration Treks then transfer to your hotel.
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Day 2: Free day and trek preparation.

During the free day in Kathmandu, you may have a chance to visit the heritage site of Kathmandu Valley, followed by a pre-trip departure meeting regarding upcoming trekking peak climbing, where you meet the trek guide and other team members. They will brief you about the team formation, equipment, and nature of peak climbing and other necessary information
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Day 3: Kathmandu – Syabrubensi (1467m) by bus 7h00 drive.

The team will head to Shyabru Bensi (1467 m.) early morning by bus. 7-8 hours picturesque scenic bus journey to Shyabru Bensi, passing by the lowland villages and rivers along the route can reach the start point of the trek. Night at a lodge.
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Day 4: Syabrubensi – Lama Hotel (2470m) 6h00 walk.

This is the first day of the journey. It is not very difficult to walk in the low land but encounter several ups and downs along the trail. It makes me a bit tired. A trail goes along the Langtang River, crossing many suspension bridges, forests, and villages to get to Lama Hotel (Lodge)
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Day 5: Lama Hotel – Langtang village (3400m) 5h00 walk.

After breakfast, head toward Langtang village along the Langtang River, traversing by dense forest, gradually climb up. As we reach Langtang village, it offers a magnificent view of Langtang Lirung and Dzangchhebo in front, leaving the dense forest in the background. (Lodge)
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Day 6: Langtang – Kyangjing Gompa (3850m) 4h00 walk.

As usual in the morning, the scenery is the same: several chhorten, Mani walls, and carving stones along the trail, which are supposed to protect from wind, according to locals. The Himalayas and spectacular pastures surround Kyangjing Gompa.
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Day 7: Kyangjing Gompa Rest day (3850m),

Visit Tsergo – ri peak 4980m 7 hours. There are excellent views of the Tibetan range, Yala Peak, Langshisha Peak, Gabgchhenpo Peak, Shisapangma Peak, and Ganja Chuli.
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Day 8: Kyangjing Gompa – Naya Kanga Base Camp (4300m) 5h00 walk

Taking today’s breakfast, our adventure heads to Ganja La Base Camp. Initially, we descend to the Langtang River and cross it. Then, the trail goes uphill through rhododendron forests. We’re already in high altitude as we arrive in the Yak pasture. It depends on the season getting to have our destination. It might be a long day walking a snow-strewn path due to the winter snow. A night under a tent.
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Day 9: Naya Kang Base Camp – High Camp (4960 m) 4h00 walk.

The trail is steep ascent until reaching the High Camp. Trek through the rocky and icy glacier that needs to fix the rope. Today, you can also enjoy the views of Langtang Lirung, Tserko ri, Ganchenpo Peak, Kibgyu Ri, and Yansi Tsenji Peak.
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Day 10: Acclimatization Day!!!

The purpose of resting here is to prevent AMS. It is wise to have rest, prepare for climbing gears, and train.
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Day 11: Ganja La High Camp– Summit (5844m) – Pass (5144m) – Keldang (4250m) 6h00 walk.

Today’s super day of trekking, as we submit the Ganja – La (5844 m) and Ganja- La pass. It would be a hard day since the summit and pass. Ganja–La is covered by snow throughout the year and requires technical gear to pass through the rocky moraine. Superb views from the pass and trek down to Keldang.
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Day 12: Keldang – Yak Kharka (Dukpa) (4000 m) 6h00 walk.

A long day walks down to Yak Kharka along the prominent ridge and grassland with amazing views of the Himalayas. There is no water almost along the trail, so the campsite needs to be fixed in Dukpa because of the availability of water resources. A night under a tent.
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Day 13: Dukpa – Tarke Gyang (2,590 m) 6h00 walk.

Today, the trail goes slightly down before passing a ridge with an elevation of 4100 m. It is known as Ama Yangri Peak and celebrates the local festival(Nar Puja) on the full moon of February. Outstanding views of Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Panch Pokhari, Gauri Shankar, Rolwaling, and Everest. Then, gradually descending through the dense forests of rhododendrons to Tarkeghyang, a popular village of the region and the oldest monastery. Night at a lodge.
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Day 14: Tarkeghyang – Sermathang (2,610 m) 5h00 walk.

It is easy and relatively flat, and not much ascends to Sermathang, passing through the rhododendron forests, villages, cultivated lands, and monasteries along the trail to Sermathang. Discover the village and its monasteries. Night at a lodge.
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Day 15: Sermathang – Kathmandu 6h00 drive.

Hyalmo people mostly inhabit the village. Today is our final trek day, and getting to a bus in Sermais is possible if the road is destroyed in the summer rain. Otherwise, descend to Melamchipul Bazaar, then catch a bus to Kathmandu. Night at the hotel.
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Day 16: Free Day in Kathmandu

You have a chance to visit the rest of the city. It is considered a security day in case of flight interruption due to bad weather; this day can be occupied. Otherwise, you may extend your adventure to Chitwan Safari and hike around Kathmandu Valley, Lumbini, and Pokhara.
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Day 17: Final departure

You will transfer to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight.

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN Kathmandu International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 3 hours before the flight.
INCLUDED
Airport transfer Accommodations
Meal during the trek Entrance frees and permits
Transportation as per itinerary Professional guide & porters
A First Aid Kits Applicable Government Taxes
NOT INCLUDED
International Airfare Nepal Visa fees
Meals in City Personal Expenses
Travel Insurance Tips for Guide & Porter

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Naya Kang Peak Climbing
Langtang Naya Khang Peak
Langtang River at Kyanjing Gompa
Naya Khang Range
Naya Kang Peak Climbing
Rocky path to Naya Khang

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