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Regarded as one of the difficult passes in Nepal, Gonja-La Pass (5106m) is to be attempted with the local advice, adequate acclimatization, good equipments and some experience. The pass is usually blocked by snow from December to the last week of February and at any time a bad weather change can make crossing the pass decidedly challenging. It takes about four days to cross the distance between Kyanjin and Gekye and we find no permanent settlement between them. It is very wise idea to have some altitude acclimatization around Kyanjin Gompa before commencing the crossing. We would camp before the pass that would facilitate us to increase our acclimatization.
We commence our overland journey to Syabrubesi by bus. From Syabrubensi, we ascend to the beautiful alpine valley of Kyangjin Gompa. We would stay two days for acclimatization in Kyanjin Gompa. From Ngegang the trail climbs steeply and crosses a snow slope to the pass, marked by rock cairns and prayer flags and with a spectacular view of the peaks to the north and the hills to the south. A steep and dangerous descent flows to Kaldang at 4270m. Coming the other way over the pass the long ascent from Keldang means we must spend an additional night on the southern side of the pass. From Keldang it is a long day’s walk to Dukpu at 4080m. and another day from there to Tarke Gyang at 2743m. The last day’s walk offers tremendous views of the Himalaya as you cross a 4020m. pass soon after leaving Dukpu.
To the north of the pass, we would see the Hilalayas like- Langtang Lirung, Shisa Pangma (8013m.) and some Tibetan Himalayas. To the west, there is Naya Kangri (5846m.) previously named as Gunja-La Chuli. A base camp in this region makes a good starting point for this trek.
Langtang Ganjala Pass Trekking in autumn season (Sept – Nov)
Trekking to the Langtang Ganjala Pass in the autumn season is a breathtaking adventure that unfolds against a backdrop of nature's magnificence. As the summer monsoons ends, the region undergoes a remarkable transformation, with lush landscapes bathed in vibrant colors. The crisp mountain air is filled with the smell of blooming flora, creating a sensory work of art that accompanies your every step. The trails is decorated with rhododendron forests and alpine meadows, offer a visual feast that ends in the majestic Ganjala Pass. The clear skies and moderate temperatures during this season provide ideal conditions for trekking.
Langtang Ganjala Pass Trekking in winter season (Dec- Feb)
Embarking on the Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek during the winter season offers a unique and enchanting experience amidst the snow-overloaded landscapes of the Himalayas. While the temperatures may be chilly, the clear skies and the pristine white beauty that blankets the region make every step worthwhile. The winter trek introduces a different side of Langtang, where the silence of the snow-clad landscape enhances the awe-inspiring grandeur of the journey, leaving trekkers with indelible memories of a winter adventure in the heart of the Himalayas. The quietness of the frozen surroundings imparts a sense of tranquility, creating a magical ambiance for trekkers seeking solitude and a more intimate connection with nature.
Langtang Ganjala Pass Trekking in spring season (March- May)
Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek during the spring season is like stepping into a vibrant canvas painted by nature herself. The trails come alive with a burst of colors as rhododendrons, magnolias, and myriad wildflowers bloom in plenty, creating a mixture of colors against the backdrop of towering peaks. The moderate temperatures and clear skies make this season particularly inviting for trekkers, offering best conditions to navigate the challenging yet awe-inspiring terrain. The air is filled with the sweet fragrance of blossoms, adding a sensory delight to each step. Overall, the Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek in spring is a symphony of nature, adventure, and cultural immersion, creating an unforgettable tapestry of experiences for those seeking the ultimate Himalayan trekking adventure.
Langtang Ganjala Pass Trekking in monsoon season (Jun - Aug)
Trekking the Langtang Ganjala Pass during the monsoon season presents a complementary yet thrilling experience as the mountains and valleys come alive with the rhythmic dance of rain. While the trails may be challenging due to occasional heavy downpours, the lush landscape covered in rain-fed greenery adds a unique charm to the journey. The monsoon transforms the region into a thriving ecosystem, with cascading waterfalls, blooming wildflowers, and vibrant vegetation that breathe life into the surroundings. The challenges of the monsoon are balanced by the opportunity to witness the raw beauty of nature reclaiming the landscape.
Important Notes during Langtang Ganjala Pass Trekking
- While booking, we need the photocopy of your passport and you have to pay us a minimum of 10% payment of the total cost as advance.
- Beverages, snacks, charging electronic devices, hot showers, Wi-Fi are not included in our packages, so you have to pay additional cash.
- It is preferable to pack your bag lightly because porters will only carry your 15-20kg luggage.
- You should have comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking activities including medical expenses and emergency evacuation.
- Carry a reusable water bottle and use water purification tablets like iodine, aquatabs tablets.
- Pack your clothes according to the seasonal basis.
- 21 days Langtang Ganjala Pass trek is a moderate to challenging trek which requires a certain level of physical fitness so, it is recommended to prepare with cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and hiking.
- You should carry enough cash in Nepalese rupees as ATMs may not be available in remote areas.
- We suggest you not to book your international flights early as there may be sudden change in weather which will make your flights delay or even cancel.