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Nayakang Peak Climbing

  • 17 Days

Trip Facts

  • Trip Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Grade: Moderate
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Transportation: Private Transportation + Airplane
  • Accommodation: Camping / Tea House
  • Best Season: Mar-May, Sept-Dec
  • Group Size: Minimum 2 pax

Naya Kang Peak Climbing is one of rewarding, exciting and empowering climbing experience in Himalaya with stunningly view of beautiful and remote mountains, fascinating Tibetan-influenced culture and untrammeled by masses of climbers. The peak features the astounding views of Langshisa Ri (6,370m), Pemthang Ri (6,836m), Shisapangma (8,099m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m), Pemthang Kapro Ri (6,830m) and Langtang II (6,836m) along with several other peaks.

Naya Kang though not as high as other trekking peaks in Nepal, is considered difficult because of the technical-skill required for climbing this peak. Climbers must be in good physical condition and acquire positive attitude. They must possess the technical knowledge on using climbing gears like ice axe, ropes, crampons, ascender, descender and more. (Mid-September to December) and (March to May) are best time of the year for launching expedition to Naya Kang Peak climbing in Nepal.

Naya Kang Peak, 5,844m, is suitable choice for novice alpinist seeking for introductory expedition to other challenging peaks. Tucked away far in Langtang region, Naya Kang Peak also known as Ganja La Chuli Peak, lies in the lap of most perfect alpine landscape in the world. Langtang National Park is home to the dense forest of rhododendron, fir, blue and chir pine, oaks and birch. It also shelters highland wildlife that includes leopard, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, langur monkey and red panda.

The normal route to climb Naya Kang Peak is via north-east ride over the line on ice and snow. We follow the main trail of Langtang and climb up to Kyangjin (3,749m) for the summit to Naya Kang. We halt for one day at Kyangjin Ri acclimatization purpose and climb several hills that command magnificent views. On the way to Kyangjin, Langtang valley opens up and one can witness the magnificent view of Langtang range soaring high above the skyline.

From Kyangjin Ri, we cross Langtang Khola south of Kyangjn Gompa and climb high to Naya Kang Base Camp. We set camp at high camp and begin our climbing expedition from the north east-ridge. We trek back via same route to Syabrubensi and join overland journey to Kathmandu. If you wish, we can trek over the Ganja La Pass to Helambu.

Himalayan Joy offers full board package for Naya Kang Peak Expedition including climbing permit from NMA and other essential logistics from the very day of arrival to your departure from Nepal. We also offer proper maps of the trekking and climbing route, expert cook and his helper, an experienced and government licensed trekking and climbing Sherpa guide and porters, high-quality logistics and comfortable accommodation throughout the entire trip.

Outline Itinerary

01 Days Arrival in Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport (1300m)

After completion of your airport formalities, immigration and visa requirements, our airport representative will meet you outside the terminal hall. He will greet you and transfer to your hotel. In evening, attend welcome dinner, introduction to your trekking leader, briefing about the trek and check the necessities.
Overnight at star hotel in Kathmandu
Includes meals: Breakfast

Cost Includes

  • Airport pick up and Airport Drop
  • All main meals except in Katmandu
  • Nepalese Trekking Guide & Porters
  • Annapurna Conservation Fees
  • TIMS card
  • Baggage Handling
  • Complete Pre-departure Information
  • Welcome Orientation
  • Daily Briefing
  • Peak Permit
  • Climbing Guide

Cost Excludes

  • International Flight Fare
  • Nepal entry VISA
  • Personal expanses
  • Staff's Tips
  • Your personal gears
  • Alcohols and beverages

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