Introduction: I love Trekking Nepaloffers an adventurous and challenging trek and traverse through the less frequented path to Ganja-la, connecting the beautiful alpine valley of Langtang and the Helambhu region. The trip Starts from Kathmandu by bus to Syabrubesi. Our trek begins to Langtang Himal, taking the direct approach via the Langtang Khola. Days of easy walking on good trails, through the dense forest of oak, birch, pine and then rhododendron lead to the tree-line and then to Kyangjin Gompa (3749m). Kyangjin is a splendid base in a beautiful setting of high snowy mountains at which to acclimatise and plan our explorations and climbs of the upper valley. Good acclimatisation days can be spent exploring the upper Langtang valley, beyond the rich meadows of Langshisa Kharka, first explored by Tilman, when he was probing for routes into Tibet. These upper meadows are rarely visited by trekkers and are home to large herds of thar. The valley ends in a massive wall of mountains, forming the frontier with Tibet.
This trip leads across the Chimisedang Lek and the Kangjal Himal, a ridge of peaks bordering the valley to the south. Establish camp below the Ganja La (5,121m). From here there is a possible way to traverse from Langtang valley to Helambu with stunning views of the great mountains flanking the Langtang valley, including Ganchenpo (6387m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m), Pemthang Karpo Ri (6830m), Langtang Lirung (7245m). Across the border, in Tibet rises the huge bulk of Shishapangma (8046m). After the pass of Ganja-la, the adventure leads to the charming villages of Helambu before ending near Kathmandu.