Naya Khang Peak (5,844 m.) is positioned in the Langtang region, which is a well-formed peak that mounts to the west of Ganja-La pass. This is the nearby mountaineering peak from Kathmandu. We can constrain from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi and begin the trek to Langtang Valley. Naya Khang Peak is one of the fewer climbed peaks and does not need practical knowledge.
The usual itinerary of the climb to Naya Khang is from the northeast point above a line up on ice and snow. We go at the rear the direction of Langtang trek to Kyangjin for the incline of Naya Khang. To the north on top of Kyangjing, there are several hills that provide both wonderful views and getting used to it. Northeast of Kyangjing Ri, there are two peaks; Yala Peak (5,500m) and Tserko Ri Peak (5,000m) that offer fine climb for acclimatization. We go on follow the track to Ganja La climbing sharply throughout moraine. We depart Ganja La path to climb steeply up yet further moraine to arrive at the eastern ending of the glacier ledge below the northeast face of Naya Khang.
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing provides us one of the easier trekking peak climbing in Nepal. This peak is also recognized as Ganja La Chuli and one of the famous trekking peaks in Langtang valley. Naya Khang peak offers an impressive and inspiring panoramic scene of the Langtang Himalayan ranges. The climber who wants to climb this peak, no need to have climbing experiences. The climbing guide from Himalaya Family Adventure will easily help you to climb the Naya Khang Peak.
Naya Khang is a gorgeous Peak growing to the west of the Ganja La Pass. Rising to the peak, we will catch the amazing views of Shisapangma (8,099m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m), and Langtang II (6,571m). Langshisa Ri, Pemthang Ri, and many more snow-capped peaks.
- Countryside picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi
- Lovely walk through the forest of Langtang National Park
- Inhabitant of wild animals, birds as well as rare animal Red Panda
- Stunning views of Sishapangma and Langtang Lirung
- Easy to make the summit within few days
- Non-technical trekking peak and no need climbing knowledge
- Typical Tamang culture and native lifestyle of Tibetan