Months: March-Decemeber Special Focus: Paldor PEak Area: Langtang
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A trek up the old, little–travelled trade rute on the left bank of the Trisuli River. This path runs high above the river, among terraces giving a real impression of being “away from it all”. Views of Langtang (7 245 m), and Gosaikund are always with with us. Here we enter the world of Ganesh Himal with its multiple snow peaks, and visit the remote lake of Juke Swor Kunda. A heavily–forested area that sustains a huge vareity of fauna, including the red panda, Himalayan black bear, and , high up above the tree line, snow leopards. Great Views of Ganesh Himal Range, Paldor Peak, Langtang Range and Gosaikunda


Day 1.
Kathmandu – Trisuli Bazar by bus

Day 2.
Trisuli Bazar – Jarka Kalleri (1 800m)

Day 3.
Jarka Kalleri – Danda Gaun

Day 4.
Danda Gaun – Gogane Gaun (2 000m)

Day 5.
Gogane Ganun – Hakku Gaun

Day 6.
Hakku Gaun – Nesim (2 300m)

Day 7.
Nesim – Ghatlang

Day 8.
Ghatlang – Mailung Khola (3 200 m)

Day 9.
Mailung Khola – Somthang (Khurpudanda Pass 3 739 m)

Day 10.
Somthang – Phegon (Juke Swor Kunda 4 500 m) – Holy High Altitude Lake. Great Views!

Day 11.
Phegon – Sathi Gaun

Day 12.
Sathi Gaun – Salmi

Day 13.
Salmi – Deurali School

Day 14.
Deurali School – Trisuli Bazar – Kathmandu by bus


Camping Price with some tae houses
Minimum 2 Pax – 1200 per person

The Price includes:
Camping accommodation in tents and tea houses, food (except bar bill), staff (Guide and two porters/cooks) and their all expenses including insurance, Local monasteries entry fee, ground transportation and governmental taxes, permit.

Prices Dont include:
Personal nature expenses like laundry, communication, shopping etc.

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