The name of this trek is kept after an elephant-headed Hindu God Ganesh, who is worshipped as a good fortune. The Ganesh Himal can be vividly seen from the Kathmandu Valley. The Ganesh Range Peaks like Ganesh 1st, Ganesh 2nd and Ganesh 3rd and Ganesh 4th stand identical with crystal as a "Great Himalayan Chain" materializing the horizon. Ganesh Himal is situated to the North-West of Kathmandu city.
Ganesh Himal, a Himalayan mountain range, is bound amid the valley in the West (Budhi Gandaki) and in the East (Bhote Koshi) which turn out to be Trishuli River in the subordinate sector. Ganesh Himal, mainly Ganesh 1st and Ganesh 2nd, is vertically positioned above the adjoining gorges. Ganesh Himal Trek provides attractive scenery of Himalayas counting the Ganesh Himal, Dorje Peak and Langtang Lirung and other so many peaks come in this list. Ganesh Himal Trek is very much rich in terms of Wildlife and vegetation with plants (526 species), orchids (40 species) and birds (300 species).
An initial point to Ganesh Himal Trek is Trishuli, which takes 5 to 6 hours of energetic drive from Kathmandu. You will be passing through Tamang Village via Satdobato Valche Sing La Pass and from there to Jharlang, Borang, Khanchwok and will be at Gorkha Bazaar. It is an appropriate to trek Ganesh Himal during autumn and spring seasons. You must be physically capable if you are scheduling to relish Ganesh Himal Trek. For those visitors, who are fond of camping and tented trekking, Ganesh Himal Trek is an ideal destination that assures you of all the things that you fantasize about trekking in Nepal. After accomplishing Ganesh Himal Trek, you can either return to Kathmandu or can plan to visit Chitwan National Park aiming to Jungle Safari.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu ( 1,350 m. )
Day 2: sightseeing in Heritage site
Day 3: Kathmandu – satdobato (1,500m)7 hours drive
Day 4: Satdobato – Bhalche
Day 5: Bhalche – Gonga (2,900m.)
Day 6: Gonga – Rupchet (3,660m.)
Day 7: Rupchet – shingla pass (4,200m.) – Sertung kharka