Naya Kanga (Gyanja La peak – 5844 m) climbing

Trip Length: 17 Days
Accommodation:  Budget hotels & Mountains Lodges
Transportation: Land transportation
Attractions: Amazing view of
Grade: Easy & Moderate
Walking hours: per day 5 to 7 hours
Best Season: Feb- May and Sept-Dec

Group size:  2 to 14 Pax
Minimum Altitude:2480
Maximum Altitude: 4430

Tour Description

Even though this is a difficult mountain to climb, it has also become among the most popular peaks, largely because of the spectacular view of the mountains in or near Tibet.
Formerly known as Ganja La, Naya Kanga rises to the west of Ganja La pass, with the normal route to the summit being by the snowy north-east ridge.
It is unclear who was the first to summit Naya Kanga.


Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu – transported to HOTEL – tour briefing
Day 02 : Free time in Kathmandu
Day 03 : Drive, Kathmandu / Syabru Besi
Day 04 : Syabru Besi / Lama Hotel (2480 m)
Day 05 : Lama Hotel / Langtang valley (3541m)
Day 06 : Langtang valley / Kyangjing Gompa (3900 m)
Day 07 : Explore around Kyangjjung Gompa (3900 m)
Day 08 : Kyangjing Gompa / Base Camp (4430 m)
Day 09 : Base Camp / High Camp
Day 10 and 11: Climb and back to Base Camp
Day 12 : Base Camp to Langtang
Day 13 : Langtang / Lama Hotel
Day 14 : Lama Hotel / Syabru Bensi (1450 m)
Day 15 : Syabru Bensi / Kathmandu.
Day 16: Free time in Kathmandu
Day 17 : Transported to airport – flight to onward destination
Note: Alternatively, you can trek to Gosaikunda Lake via the Helambu Region then continue to the Langtang Valley. This route will indeed help you to acclimatize.


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