Ganja La Pass Trekking is an adventurous trek that takes us to the natural beauty of the Langtang valley, including the splendidness of the pass (i.e. Ganja la pass). The trek entertains us with the artistic vistas of Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Yala Peak, Naya Kanga, and Gaurishankar. Ganja La Pass Trekking offers the culmination of wilderness along with the rich customs and traditions. The warmth which will be provided by the inhabitants of the Langtang Region is no less than the service provided by the starred hotels. Although most all of the inhabitants of this region are of Tibetan origin, they are now outright Nepalese citizens.
As the country is blessed with good grasslands it's very convenient for local yak herds. In each step one takes, nature will startle them with its beauty. The trail passes through the small village of Langtang, where many of the inhabitants can be seen churning rich yak milk into butter and a destination ahead is Kyanjin Gompa which also is the last permanent settlement in the Valley. There is a small monastery, a cheese factory, and amazingly built lodges. Kyanjin makes a good base for further exploration of the Upper Langtang Valley. There is a giant viewpoint from where the overall view of the ridged peaks can be seen, the valley looks majestic. Most of the people take the opportunity to explore heaven from a viewpoint (4,984m) which is almost three hours walk from the base of Kyanjin. Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lhakpa, and Phurbi Chyanchu circle the Kyanjin valley, and anyone making up to that place breathes nature for sure.
Highlights of the trek:
- Trek around one of the most isolated and serene landscapes in Nepal.
- Witness the magically beautiful Himalayan Panorama, ancient old and impressive Buddhist monuments.
- Taste the famous mountain dairies of Nepal, roam the Yak farms, and vast pasture grasslands of the Himalaya.