Ganesh Himal Singla Pass Trek offers an extraordinary panorama of the Ganesh Himal Massif, Manaslu and the Langtang range, highlights of this journey include not only the mountain views but abundant flora and fauna, magnificent village scenery and the welcoming people of this mid-hills with their captivating customs and traditions. The best seasons to visit is September to November as well as February through June and even outside of these times the spectacular attractions and relatively low elevation make it an all-season adventure. The trail begins from Kathmandu and follows the same road route to Bhalche a town on the border between Nuwakot district to the south and Rasuwa district to the north. Bhalche is about 30 Km north of the large bazaar town of Trishuli.

Visitors will get an opportunity to observe the inhabitants of these areas, who live in flat roofed fortress-like village in this remote area. The journey around these legendary mountains is among the most enjoyable though it is too tough for trekkers.

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu - (1360m)

You will be warming welcomed at airport by Happy Mountain and then you will transfer to hotel. Our staff will give brief explanation about the program. This day you can stay within the hotel or enjoy night at Thamel,


Day 2: Drive to Bhalche - (1850m) - 6-7 hrs drive

Taking local bus early in the morning or a private four wheel drive journey from Kathmandu reaches Bhalche Gaon after driving approximately 6 hrs. This is also the gateway to the Langtang Valley at scenic driving and passing through Trishuli Bazaar and Betrawati makes you scenic driving. Narrow and bit adventurous zig zags road but amazing landscape along the way driving will make you good start day drive of the trek. You will even able to start your trek on the same day but due to bit rough and tough driving spending, a night in Bhalche will give you excellent acclimatization day. B.L.D


Day 3: Trek to Rupchet - (3850m) - 6 hrs walk

After breakfast trek bit uphill and have breath taking views on the back of Bhalche village. Trek continues passing thorough high tropical jungle and mesmerizing jungle views as well as surrounding landscape. Arrive in Thulo Kharka and stop for lunch after lunch trek continue to Rupchet where you will find beautiful camp site and Yak huts. It has amazing mother goddess blessing hillside views and its mysterious periphery views. B.L.D


Day 4: Trek via Singla Pass (4200m) to Chalish Gaon - (1875m) - 6/7 hrs walk

After breakfast trek all the way hill top near Singla Pass (4200m) having the best almost 270 degrees panoramic mountain views of Langtang ranges, massif Ganesh Himal ranges and little bit of Annapurna ranges. Enjoy the best views and then trek all the down to Shertung gaon passing through high tropical jungle, rhododendron forest, Himalayan pine forest, Oak, fire, Himalayan bamboo and surprising wildlife experience with many Kharkas(cows, sheep & goat huts). Lljyang water fall and its surroundings landscape is an extra ordinary views of the day. On the way quick visit to Phyanchyat monastery and finally arrive in Shertung village. Shertung is inhabited mainly by Tamang. The name Shertung means ?place of gold?. According to a legend, two brothers in search of gold were led here by a dream and thus the settlement was born. Tamang people have own rich culture to show for the visitors jhankri or shaman dance, ghode or horse dance, said to have been brought from Tibetan culture long ago. Jhankri (shaman) activity is robust in this territory with the worship of natural forces and indigenous local deities interwoven with Hindu and Buddhist practices. B.L.D


Day 5: Trek to Neber Gaon - (2020m) - 5 hrs walk

Take breakfast and then just after walking 30 minutes downhill you arrive in Chalish the most stunning hospitality village of the area where majority of Gurung people and small portion of Dalit people live together. Trek continues to Tatopani (hotspring) where you enjoy half of day taking bath and have lunch. This is probably the best hot springs in the area but tourist infrastructure has not developed yet however taking pack lunch from Shertung village or from Chalish village will be much better. After lunch trek all way up to pristine Tamang village named Neber. Just from side of the village you will see the breath taking Ganesh Himal View just like your face and mirror (so close view). Enjoy high valley village stay with locals at their local house. B.L.D


Day 6: Trek to Lapa Gaon - (1850m) - 5 hrs walk

After taking breakfast trek all the way up to Timla Pass (2850m) walking about 2 hours, have a look the best stunning massive Ganesh Himal ranges and Langtang himal ranges too. Its best flora and fauna experience as well as surrounding landscape will make you the best day of the trek. Passing through dense Himalayan alpine jungle is another charm of the trek. Trek with local guide is highly recommended as trek trail is not well marked in this area. Water will be available but still tea house has not built yet. After enjoying the scenery trek all the down stone and bit slippery downhill walking to Lapchat gaon, it is a charming Gurung village with nearly 30 homes. Cross the Lapa Khola on a box bridge and ascend along a trail surrounded by fields to the walled compound of a newly built hospital of the large town of Lapa gaon with over 400 homes. Lapa gaon also a big community of Tamang people where you will have a lots of opportunities to learn about Tamang culture. It has at least two local guest house and villagers are initiating to build more lodge for the tourist comfort. Simple food and simple formitory shelter but good enough for a night halt. B.L.D


Day 7: - Trek to Ri Gaon - (1550m) - 5 hrs walk

Take breakfast at the same place and then trek a bit downhill and right turn to Chyamchyat village. Front side Jharlang area and down in the gorge Ankhu khola view lure any tourist walking on this way but it’s a hilly terrain track walking so careful walking is highly recommended. Passing through local villages, paddy terraces and little bit of jungle finally arrive at Kutawal village where stop for lunch and trek continue via Tawal to Ri Gaon. Ri village has a big community of Tamang people and Dalit. Local houses is good enough for night shelter and community lodges are building soon by the local for the trekkers. B.L.D


Day 8: Trek to Phulkharka - (1210m) - 5 hrs walk

Today is quite easy walking of the day. Passing most of the Bhramin villages and dalit village as well as paddy terraces more open valley view?s finally make you arrive in Phulkharka gaon where big community of Bhramin people live. B.L.D


Day 9: Trek to Jyamrung Durbar / Danda - (1550m) - 6 hrs walk

Trek to Ankhu Khola side and innumerable villages along the way make you another interesting trekking of the day but due to bit low valley walk in summer it will be bit hotter. Lunch at Ringne river side and trek continue uphill to Jyamrung Durbar / Danda which is historically popular and says that king of the Jyamrung used to live. Centuries old palace still can be seen. This is the best spot for the sun rise, sun set and the massive mountain views of the Langtang ranges, Ganesh Himal ranges and Manaslu ranges. B.L.D


Day 10: Trek to Dhading Besi and drive back to Kathmandu - (1310m) 3 hrs walk

Sunrise view, take breakfast and then trek via Todke danda to Dhading besi walking about 3 hours mesmerizing Dhading besi views and its surroundings views. Dhading Besi is the head quarter of Dhading district where government administration offices are based. Take a lunch and 3 hour drive back to Kathmandu via Priithivi highway. And transfer to Hotel. B.L


Day 11: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley

Today we are going on a guided tour around the Kathmandu valley. The valley is known for its rich art, architecture and a diverse culture. The valley holds a large number of UNESCO’s World heritage sites, some of which , we will be visiting today. Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath temples and Swayambhunath temple are some of the famous Hindu and Buddhist shrines. A visit to these sites will let you explore the rich cultural diversity and religious harmony between the two religions in Nepal. We will also be visiting the Patan Durbar Square is known for its beautiful art and architectures. The Palaces and temples in the Durbar square are elaborately decorated with wooden carvings on the windows and panels. Later on the afternoon, we will begin your preparation for trekking. B


Day 12: Transfer to Airport for Home

Today after breakfast we will drop you off to the airport for Final departure to your own
destination. End of all services. B

Cost Includes

Airport pick up and drop, as well as all ground transport as per itinerary

Helpful Trekking guide and porters with their salary / insurance / accommodation

Company guarantees the rescue services; please hand over your insurance policy copy to

All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during trekking period which is provide by our
cook and kitchen crew

3 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu at 3 star hotel with B/B plan.

Guided city tour on UNESCO sites in Kathmandu, with professional city guide

Guided city tour/World heritage entry fees and transportation (Kathmandu sightseeing)

Cost Excludes

× Nepal Visa which can be obtain at Tribhuwan international airport after arrival.

× Your travel insurance

× Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu hotel.

× Alcoholic beverages, bottle mineral water, soft drinks and snack foods

× Tips to the trekking crews.

× Restaurant food bills, if the client decide to go other restaurant during the trek

× Sleeping bag and down jacket, can be rented from company @ USD 1 per day per piece

×  Extra cost on natural disaster

× Extra night hotel in Kathmandu{earlier back from trekking}

Notes:- Cost may change as per the requirement.  So the cost will be recalculated if anything changes.

Tour Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Leave a Review