Ganesh Himal trekking route is recommended by many trekkers, though it has not gained its popularity like Annapurna or Everest trekking route. You will be amazed by the Tamang culture, spectacular mountain views and rhododendron forest. The Ganesh Himal range consists of several peaks over 7000m in elevation with uninhabited foothills running down to the south and west. No permit is needed to trek in Ganesh Himal area.
There are five major groups of peaks: Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, Manaslu, Hiunchuli and the large Annapurna Himalayan range between Kathmandu and Pokhara cities.
Day 1: Kathmandu to Trishuli to Salangkhu khola.
Day 2: Salangkhu khola to Balche village: Trek.
Day 3: Balche village to Gonga: Trek.
Day 4: Gonga to Singla:Trek.
Day 5: Rest day at Singla (4600m): Acclimatization.
Day 6: Singla to Pangsang: Trek.
Day 7: Pangsang to Shomdang: Trek.
Day 8: Shomdang to Jogeshworkund Lake: Trek.
Day 9: Rest day at Jogeshworkund Lake: Acclimatization.
Day 10: Jogeshworkund Lake to Linju khola: Trek.
Day 11: Linju khola to Sertung village: Trek.
Day 12: Sertung village to Lapa: Trek.
Day 13: Lapa to Mongeythanti: Trek.
Day 14: Mongeythanti to Dunchet village: Trek.
Day 15: Dunchet village to Budigandaki: Trek.
Day 16: Budigandaki to Arughat Bazaar:
Day 17: Arughat Bazaar to Khanchowk Danda: Trek.
Day 19: Gorkha to Kathmandu (141 km/ 5-6 hours)