Ganesh Himal trekking is an interesting moderate camping trip offers to explore the Tamang culture; high pass, Netrawati River valley, untouched land and views of the spectacular mountains such as Manaslu, Langtang and the Ganesh Himal represents with the five peaks include the first (7429 m), second (7111 m), third (7110 m), fourth (7052 m) and the fifth (6986 m). They are located to the north between Nepal and Tibet border. The hiking trip starts at Trishuli River Valley after 5 hours drive from Kathmandu.
Ganesh Himal trekking is an opportunity to visit the Tamang (60% majority), Gurung and Brahmin settlement with terraced fields and domestic animal. The flora and fauna, including a pine tree, medicinal plant, yak, Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, mountain pheasant, vulture and raven. The pasture land has fresh and clean air. It lies between the Trishuli and Budi Gandaki River.
Ganesh Himal trekking is popular, the high pass, interact with a local, mountain life, agriculture and children’s education in a remote region. The ethnic dress, ornament and cuisine such as potato, radish, barley and buckwheat are notable. The wooden roof house, pastureland and numerous goats are there. This is quiet, peace and non-touristic and remote area in Nepal. Read the further information below.