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Langtang Ganjala pass trek

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12 Days
Availability : Jan - Dec
Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Min Age : 15+
Max People : Group or Private Trek Options

Trek Details

The trek to the famous Langtang region has never been better. Following the Ganja La pass (5,122m) we will embark on a journey filled with the beautiful Himalayas, waterfalls, Rhododendron and Bamboo forest, and the beautiful Gosaikunda Lake. Along with this natural scenery, we also have the ethnic Tamang group- as welcoming as they ever are. Langtang Ganjala pass trek is the best trek route in Langtang Region. 


We started our journey from Syabru Besi after a ride from Kathmandu. Thereon, we trek through the Alpine forest, through harsh steps, and down to the Langtang Valley from where the beautiful Langtang Lirung (7,234m) stands at its might. The Buddhist tradition is prevalent in this region and trekkers will also travel to Kyanjin Gompa (3,870m). Following the narrow path, among the snow-capped mountains, the trekkers will also get to change for an excursion in the famous Tserko Ri (5,033m).

Ganja La is the highest point of this trek and trekking at such height can be deadly if the body is not accustomed to the environment. Acclimatization is a must and we slowly move down to Dukpu and then to Shermanthang. Trekking down we reach Melamchi Pul and return back to Kathmandu with the beautiful memory of this trek. This journey is no joke. Trekking higher than 5,000m requires good physical stamina and fitness, prior experience is an asset that’s good to have. Although this journey is arduous, our guides here at Happyland Trek will provide you with the necessary assistance and information for the successful completion of the project. 

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Departure & Return Location

Kathmandu, Nepal

Trek Grade


Max. Altitude

5033 meters

Price Includes

  • Airport pick up and drop by car/van/ bus/
  • Tims Card (Trekkers Information Management System)
  • Langtang National park entry permits.
  • All your standard meals while in the trekking (Breakfast/Lunches/Dinners) with three cup of tea or coffee a day.


  • Tea house accommodation during the trek.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Accommodation, Food, Salary, Insurance, and medicine for all staff.
  • Porter service (1 porter between 2 person basic)
  • Medical kit.
  • Happyland treks certified.
  • Company Duffel bag and a t-shirt.
  • Snickers chocolate every day one each person during the trek.  
  • Desert as apple and Pomegranate.
  • Transportation: Kathmandu – Syabrubesi / Melamchi Pul Bazaar – Kathmandu by bus.    
  • All government and local taxes.


Price Excludes

  • Food and accommodation during your stay in Kathmandu.
  • Travel medical insurance and emergency evacuation cost.
  • Nepal entry visa fee. International air fare.
  • Personal equipment.


  • Tips for guide and Porter (Tipping is expected)
  • Personal expenses such as:  Alcoholic beverages, hot shower, water bottle, cold drinks, hot water, battery charge, donation. etc.
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned on ‘price include’ section.


What to Expect during Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

While you’re traveling regarding the amazing history and culture of Nepal. We trek per day between 4 to 8 hours it’s Depending on the walk, we can always tailor the date to you and your needs. While trekking with Happyland Treks we recommend you to drink 4 to 5 liters of water per day. Water is known to help when combating mountain altitude sickness.


When trekking you will go through terrain that can be flat, downhill uphill and at points with lots of stairs. We are always there to help and support you and your journey. Learning about local culture and their Sherpa people. Monastery, prayer flag and prayer wells. Reaching to Ganjala Pass. 5122m. Rasuwa District.
During the trip we will sleep at a maximum altitude of 4300m. (Ganjala Phedi with tent)

Purified water, shower and battery charge

For the camera/mobile battery we always recommend you bring some extra batteries if possible, you can have a Mobile/Camera Battery charge for almost every tea house and the places where you stay at night. and it costs 200 – 500 per battery charge. 

During the Annapurna Base Camp Trek in almost every village, you will have access to boiled purified drinking water, a bottle of water, and hot water for the drink which costs from 70 – 500 rupee per liter depending where you are. 

A cold shower is free but we do not recommend not recommends cold showers during the trek because it is too cold up there. That is to say, it’s better to have a hot shower which is possible by Gas Geysers or Hot Bucked and prices start from 100 – 500 rupee per head.


Itinerary of Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu

Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel and over night in Kathmandu preparation for trekking.

Day 2Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi

Kathmandu to Syabrubesi by bus 6-7 hrs and overnight in Syabrubesi.

Day 3Syabru Beshi to Lama Hotel

Trek Syabru Beshi to Lama Hotel (2380m).

Day 4Lama Hotel to Langtang Village

Trek Lama Hotel to Langtang Village (3430m).

Day 5Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa

Trek Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa (3830m) climb Kyanjin Ri (4773m) or Cherko Ri (4984m)

Day 6Kyanjin Gompa to Ganjala Phedi

Trek Kyanjin Gompa to Ganjala Phedi. (4300.m).

Day 7Ganjala Phedi to Keldang

Trek Ganjala Phedi to Keldang. (4250.m) via Ganjala Pass. (5122.m).

Day 8Keldang to Yak Kharka

Trek Keldang to Yak Kharka. (4000.m).

Day 9Yak Kharka to Tarke Gyang. (2590.m).

Trek Yak Kharka to Tarke Gyang. (2590.m).

Day 10Tarke Gyang to Sermathang

Trek Tarke Gyang to Sermathang. (2610.m).

Day 11Sermathang to Melamchi Pul Bazaar and Kathmandu.

Trek Sermathang to Melamchi Pul Bazaar and drive to Kathmandu. 3/4 hrs trek and 2 hrs drive.

Day 12Departure to International Airport

Departure to international airport or if you have few days extra in Kathmandu you can relax, do shopping, sightseeing, etc.

Important Information

Accommodation during Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

Moreover, We stayed at the Tea house. Tea house trek basically means a small hotel with a cozy room. Established along the trekking route that provides room and food. Therefore, Most of these established family-owned and home-cooked meals. In adddition, are served as well as different types of European and western food. To sum up, It’s a bit different but it’s good.

Equipment and Trekking Kit 

However, For all Trekking and Hiking trips, we recommend you be prepared and have the items from this list


Sun hat / warm fleece hat / Sunglasses / Head torch/headband

Few pair of T-shirt / Cotton t-shirt / Light thermal / leggings
Fleece jacket/down jacket
Lightweight walking pants /  Hiking Shorts / Undergarments

Inner Socks / Thick warm wool hiking socks / Comfortable Hiking boots / Sandals

Fleece Gloves / waterproof wind fleece gloves

Sleeping bag liner / Poncho rain cover / Trekking poles. Headlamps and spare batteries/camera batteries with chargers. Watch with light alarm / Water bottle or Camel bag/money belt / Dry Packs

Toiletries and Personal Hygiene:
Shampoo / conditioner
Toothbrush and paste / Face and body moisturizer
Nail clippers file / Clothes washing shop
Toilet paper you can buy more on a trek/hand sanitizer / Sunscreen/body high UV Protection.

Medical Kits:
However, See your doctor for complete travel medicine. In addition, Including High altitude medicine Diamox. and In addition carry your daily medicine.


Do I need training for Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek ?

Trekking in the Himalayas is challenging. Therefore, As you will be hiking steadily for 4 to 8 hours a day. Therefore, this trek is great for people with some physical fitness. In addition, Improving your cardio endurance with activities. Such as jogging or rowing beforehand can help your body and energy level during the trip. And ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. However, it is not necessary to be a high-level athlete, simply in good shape.

What is the best season for the Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek

However, People travel and trek every month of the year. But the best seasons are Spring, from March to May, and Autumn, from October to the beginning of December. Therefore, January is one of the coldest months of the year and May is one of the hottest. In addition, the rainy season happens between June and August. So, you should keep that in mind when planning your trip. 

Mountain Sickness and Prevention 

To clarify, Mountain Altitude Sickness can affect anyone above 3000 meters. Altitude Sickness affects people regardless of sex, age, and fitness. Secondly, Therefore, If you are showing signs of mountain altitude sickness. Your safety is our first priority and we will facilitate you getting down as fast as possible.

Therefore, We suggest prior to trekking to ensure you are in good health and have consulted with your GP. However, It is recommended prior to departing that walking training is done. So, you have the most enjoyable time while trekking. Please feel free to contact us.


However, Many people suffer from mild symptoms of AMS (ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS)
In addition, A light headache, loss of appetite. and disturbed sleep may occur when suffering from AMS. If you experience any of these symptoms do not continue to ascend. Therefore, stay where you are or go down to acclimatize.

Hace – High Altitude Cerebral Edema (swelling of the brain)
Hape – High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (fluids in the lungs)


Firstly, Persistent severe headache, difficulty breathing, confused thinking, loss of appetite. Therefore, rapid breathing or breathlessness at rest, vomiting, coughing up pink. In addition, brown or white sputum, the sound of liquid in the lungs. Moreover, Blueness of face and lips, severe lethargy (not wanting to do anything). Persistent bubbling cough. or persistently increased heart rate (110 per minute)
Prevention:- Therefore, Drink plenty of water (not the alcoholic beverage) and eat fruit – especially when crossing high pass.

Accommodation in Kathmandu 

However, Accommodation in Kathmandu is not included in this package. And you will have to arrange accommodation for staying in Kathmandu yourself.  Therefore, Its costs varies depending on the tourist. season as well as the areas where you choose to stay. In conclusion, Our team members will be more than happy to help you. Moreover, provide assistance and guidance for booking accommodation. Or any other travel information related to your Nepal trip. 

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Jayden Cooper

Solo Traveller

“Experience Team ”
Me and my brother finished Langtang Ganjala Pass in good time and it was an awesome experience. It was a proper workout, especially at high altitude – we’ve done treks and mountains before but this was way more intense. It was really rough, but everyone we met on route was really friendly and our guide really put us to shame when it comes to fitness! We got so many cool photos and when we got back to Kathmandu, Happy showed us a great time to celebrate our accomplishment. That’s one more off the bucket list.

September 5, 2018

Grace Kemble

Solo Traveller

“Thanks Happyland for ‘Trekking Langtang’ ”
Even after the damages made by the earthquake, the region of Langtang remains stunning. Crossing the Tamang villages we had the pleasure to be greeted with smiles and a friendliness I will never forget. Among the many trekkers I met, all agree to the fact that they came to Nepal for the mountains, and came back or will come back for its people, who never cease to teach you the value of respect and joy, despite the difficulties. Of course the lake and the dense forests were amazing, and being with a guide made it easier, particularly for those of us who have absolutely no sense of direction.

April 2, 2017