About Ganesh Himal Trek
Ganesh Himal Trek is another perfect destination for trekking as it too provides spectacular, panoramic views of several majestic mountains. As you trek there, you will feel as if you are not tired of seeing the smiling faces of the native people of the villages while walking along the banks of rivers in the continuation of the track. The route of Ganesh Himal around the mountains is one of the legends of the most enjoyable trekking that is located in central-eastern Nepal. Ganesh Himal Trek is also known as a trekking tour of Tamang culture. You will have the opportunity to take a break and roam around the inhabitants of these areas, living on a floor covered with fortress-like sites and places. Ganesh Himal Trek offers fantastic views, safe and sound natural magnificence, wildlife, and friendly people, and the high valleys north of the Ganesh range on the Tibetan border cap the wonderful trekking trip for the hikers.
The Ganesh Himal is named in tribute to the elephant-headed Hindu God 'Ganesh' (son of God Shiva & Parvati) of good fortune. Mount Ganesh Himal is home to 4 peaks over 7000m which are Ganesh I or Yangra (7422m), Ganesh II (7118m), Salasungo (7043m) also known as Ganesh III, and Pabil/Ganesh IV (7104m), and also includes fourteen other peaks over 6000m.
Ganesh Himal Trek is one of the legends "hidden valleys" of the Himalayas, protected by three levels of pagoda set on a steep rocky cliff facing the pine forest and alpine meadows leading to a huge glacier below the snow-capped mountains. Throughout the trek to Ganesh Himal, you can witness the diverse cultural forms of life and get in touch with the rural population in small towns. Regulus Ganesh Himal trek itinerary begins from Trishuli following upper valley landscapes. This area is renowned for being the native soil of the original Gurkha soldiers. It used to be the home of former Shah king Prithivi Narayan Shah, who had fought years and years throughout his life to unify the scattered states into a single nation.