Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

USD 2,555
  • Activities
    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
  • Max Elevation
    5844m at Naya Kanga Peak
  • Trip Duration
    18 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Technical Adventure
  • Lodging
    Tea House + Camping Trek
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle
  • Communication
    Available
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 4 - 6 Hours

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing in Nutshell

  • Deep immersion into the natural beauty of the high Himalayas
  • Traversing the Langtang National Park, the first Himalayan National Park, and exploring the wide variety of flora and fauna of the Langtang region
  • Rich cultural encounters with a mix of Tibetan-influenced Buddhist traditions, religions, and lifestyles
  • Experiencing the heart-warming hospitality and delicious cuisines while staying at teahouses
  • Interacting with the native Tamang and Sherpa people and learning about their unique culture, traditions, and way of life
  • Visiting the time-honored monastery, Kyanjin Gompa, which is sacred to Buddhist
  • Hiking Tserko Ri to catch the view of the magnificent sun, rising from the expansive panorama of the majestic Langtang region Himalayas
  • Passing through the diverse high-altitude landscapes like dense forests, quaint villages, terraced fields, colorful hills, gushing rivers, cascading waterfalls, deep valleys, alpine meadows, and glaciers
  • Experiencing tranquility and solitary while trodding the wilderness mountainous trails and discovering hidden and isolated parts of the remote Himalayas
  • Opportunity to introduce yourself to the world of mountaineering by scaling the fit-to-beginner peak in the Himalayas
  • Testing physical endurance and mental resilience to the core while dealing with and overcoming the potential challenges on the way
  • Standing atop the Naya Kanga Peak and enjoying the 360-degree vista of the pristine snow-covered mountains, including Langtang Lirung, Langtang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Shishapangma, Ganesh Himal, Yala Peak, Gangchenpo, Pemthang Karpo Ri, and many more

Overview of Naya Kanga Peak Expedition:  

Naya Kanga Peak, which is also known as Ganja La Chuli, is a captivating Trekking Peak of the Himalayas. It stands tall at an elevation of 5,844 meters/19,164 feet in the Langtang region. It is one of the less frequented Himalayan peaks but a popular choice for those who seek to experience the pleasure of climbing mountains while skipping the risk of excessive technical difficulties. So, the ascent to the summit of Naya Kanga Peak is a blend of challenge and excitement.

Naya Kanga Peak climbing journey takes place in the Tibetan-influenced Langtang Valley, where you can see Tibetan-styled settlements of local people. You will be treated to magical views of vibrant forests, enticing villages, lush hills, breathtaking valleys, pristine mountains, glaciers and glaciated rivers, cascading waterfalls, etc all along the route to Naya Kanga Peak. The majestic Himalayas like Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, Gangchenpo, Langsisa Ri, Dorje Lhakpa, etc, can be seen from vantage spots like Kyanjin Monastery and Tserko Ri.

You will walk through the Langtang National Park, which is home to diverse birds, vegetation, and animals. While traversing the thick, lush forests of rhododendron, pine, oak, fir, and birch, you might witness the precious wildlife of the regions, such as Himalayan Thar, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Musk Deer, Himalayan Black Bear, Rhesus and Langur monkeys etc.

As a whole, the Naya Kanga Peak climbing journey is a perfect mix of natural immersion, cultural encounters, and the thrill of mountaineering.

Who Can Climb Naya Kanga?

Naya Kanga Peak is accessible and ideal for mountaineers with varying levels of skills and experiences. This peak involves semi-technical routes that need moderate technical climbing skills. Likewise, an understanding of high-altitude terrain and a considerable level of physical fitness is also crucial. If you are in good health and have proper stamina, you can pass through the physically demanding routes of the trekking/climbing journey. Being well-trained and knowledgeable about using basic mountaineering equipment like crampons, ice axes, ropes, harnesses, carabiners, etc., helps you navigate the steep ice and snow slopes leading to the summit of this peak.

To get in shape and gain technical climbing skills, you can undertake physical training and peak climbing courses several weeks before the start of the journey. You can prepare yourself physically by doing cardiovascular exercises like yoga, cycling, dancing, swimming, jogging etc. Likewise, consider engaging in strength exercises like push-ups, planks, squats, plunges, etc, to upgrade your strength and stamina required for the adventure. To overcome the moderate technical difficulties of the mountain, keep knowledge of rock climbing techniques. Additionally, keep your mindset positive and embark on the journey with strong determination. This will surely lead to the victorious climb of Naya Kanga.

Why Nepal Guide Treks for Naya Kanga Peak Expedition?

Nepal Guide Treks is a government-authorized tourism company in Nepal. We offer organized trips taking care of every required necessity for comfortable and safe Himalayan adventures. We arrange logistics like transportation, accommodation, food, trekking/climbing gear and equipment, camping amenities, etc, according to the needs and preferences of our clients. Besides, we also specialize in crafting customized itineraries for the Naya Kanga Peak journey if you are not satisfied with the current one. This way, you can enjoy the adventure at your own preferences, time, and pace.

We follow proper acclimatization strategies during Naya Kanga Peak climbing, which helps you to stay safe and sound. Our guides are government license holders and can speak English fluently. The majority of the guides are locals from the trekking destinations. They are region-familiar and experienced with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the trails, terrains, local culture, and practices. They will not let you miss the beauties and attractions along the way and also help with cultural exchange with the people of the Langtang region. Our well-trained guides will ensure your safety while leading you on an adventurous climb of Naya Kanga. So, do not be late to excel in your climbing skills with our professional climbing guides.

Grab the wonderful opportunity to experience the adventure and thrill of conquering the Naya Kanga Peak with us. So, book the Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition’s Naya Kanga Climbing package today! You are free to contact us anytime if you have any queries.

For more information about Naya kanga peak climbing tour, essential gears and equipment, concern to Peak Climbing Gears and Equipment and Essential Tools & Gear for Trekking

  • Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu [1,345 meters/4,411 feet] and Transfer to the Hotel

    After you arrive in Kathmandu at the Tribhuwan International Airport, our airport representative will greet and welcome you. Soon after, he/she will take you to private vehicle on standby with your luggage. Then, you will enjoy a short city ride while driving towards your hotel. After you arrive at your designated hotel, he will help you with check-in procedures. Then, for some time you can take a rest at the hotel.

    Join our pre-briefing meeting, where our guide will detail the forthcoming adventure of climbing Naya Kanga Peak. Learn about the food, accommodation, permits, porters, gear and equipment, safety measures, and dos and don’ts of the journey. Spend some time connecting with fellow travelers. In the evening, you are invited to our welcome dinner program, where you can enjoy the delectable flavor of different local dishes.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing Day at Kathmandu

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    On this day, we will take you to some popular historical and religious sites of the capital city. After morning breakfast in the hotel, we will set off towards the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Valley like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath, and Durbar Squares.

    You can have lunch at one of the traditional restaurants in the valley to taste authentic flavors of Nepali dishes. After an informative and enriching guided tour in a comfortable private vehicle, we will leave you at your hotel. You can enjoy the rest of the time and prepare for the upcoming journey of an adventurous trek and climb of Naya Kanga.

  • Day 03: Drive From Kathmandu to Dhunche [1,966 meters/6,448 feet]

    6-7 hours, 100 kilometers

    Wake up early in the morning at your hotel and have your breakfast. Pack your bags and stay ready for a scenic drive to Dhunche. We will receive you at the hotel and head to the north out of the valley. Exiting the bustling Kathmandu city, we will drive through the Trishuli Highway. Soon, we will enter into lush and quiet countryside. On the way, you can see picturesque landscapes like thick forests, verdant hills, shimmering rivers, quaint villages, etc, passing by. We will drive past the major places like Kakani, Ranipauwa, Trishuli Bazaar, and Betrawati. Gradually, the road starts to become narrow and rugged, passing through the mountainous terrains. We will drive uphill over the steep, winding roads to reach Dhunche. We will stop for a night at this charming village.

  • Day 04: Trek From Dhunche to Thulo Syabru [2,250 meters/7,380 feet]

    4-5 hours, 9-10 kilometers

    We will begin trekking from Dhunche, which is also the headquarters of the Rasuwa district. Initially, we will descend down towards the Trishuli River to cross it and ascend gradually towards the local villages. On the way, we will traverse the quaint villages like Barkhu and Barbal, dotted by terraced fields. Finally, we will reach the hillside village of Thulo Syabru. Thulo Syabru is rich in traditional arts and architecture like woven textiles, handmade jewelry, stone and wooden houses, mani walls, chortens, etc. At Thulo Syabru, we will reside at one of the notable teahouses of the friendly Tamang.

  • Day 05: Trek From Thulo Syabru to Lama Hotel [2470m/8101ft]

    5-6 hours, 10-12 kilometers

    Early in the morning, after breakfast, we will depart from the Thulo Syabru. We will descend gradually from the village towards the Langtang Khola (River). Following the narrow rocky trails beside the river for some time, we will cross it via a suspension bridge. Shortly after, we will reach a Bamboo village, where we will stop for lunch. Then, we will traverse the forested trails of rhododendron, oak, and maple. Ascending slowly through the well-marked trails, we will reach Lama Hotel, a small settlement of local people. We will settle in at a cozy teahouse accommodation in the Lama Hotel.

  • Day 06: Trek From Lama Hotel to Langtang Village [3,330 meters/10,922 feet]

    5-6 hours, 11-12 kilometers

    After having breakfast at Lama Hotel, we will begin trekking towards Langtang village. We will follow the trails that wind through the lush forest of oak, rhododendron, fir, and maple trees. Next, we will cross the Lantang Khola via the suspension bridge and arrive at Ghoda Tabela for lunch. Passing through streams, waterfalls, and meadows, we will start to see the mani walls, chortens, and prayer wheels, which mark our arrival at Langtang village.

    In Langtang village, you can see Tibetan-styled houses with flat rooftops. You can observe the day-to-day life of the villagers, who are busy in agriculture, animal husbandry, trade, and tourism. You can also marvel at the stunning views of the Langtang range from this village.

    We will relax and stay the night in the local teahouse.

  • Day 07: Trek From Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa [3,870 meters/12,693 feet]

    3-4 hours, 6-7 kilometers

    After breakfast, we will leave the Langtang village and head towards Kyanjin Gompa. As you leave, you will walk past the Chortens and giant Mani Walls of the Langtang village. On the way towards Kyanjin Gompa, you will pass by serval small settlements and pasture lands. Then, you will cross a small stream and reach the Mundu village. From Mundu, you will cross several other rivers through wooden bridges. Finally, you can see the sacred Kaynjin Monastery perched above the hill as you approach Kyanjin Gompa.

    We will spend an overnight at a teahouse in Kyanjin Gompa.

  • Day 08: Rest/Acclimatization Day at Kyanjin Gompa. Hike to Tsergo-Ri [4,985 meters/16,350 feet] and Back to Kyanjin Gompa

    Today, we will have a rest and acclimatization day in Kyanjin Gompa village. We will take a rest until lunch and then set out to explore the village. We will also take short acclimatization hikes to the nearby places.

    Kaynjin Gompa (village) is the spiritual center of the Langtang region. We will visit the historical and holy Kyanjin Gompa (Monastery), from where the village got its name. After taking in the peaceful atmosphere of the monastery, we will stop at the local cheese factory and sample some fresh cheese. Then, we will hike to the high-altitude viewpoint of Tserko-Ri. After watching spectacular views of icefalls, glaciers, and the Himalayas from this vantage point, we will return to Kyanjin village and spend another night here.

  • Day 09: Trek From Kyanjin Gompa to Nyengang Kharka [4,430 meters/14,530 feet]

    4-5 hours, 6-8 kilometers

    We will exit the Kyanjin Gompa following the captivating trails of the Langtang River crossing. Then, we will ascend through the forest of rhododendron and oak. As we head more towards Nyengang Kharka, the settlements start to get sparse, and so does the vegetation. We will ascend towards the alpine terrains for a while until we see the wide yak pastures. We will set up tent camps at the alpine pastures and stay overnight.

  • Day 10: Trek From Nyengang Kharka to Naya Kanga High Camp [4,960 meters/16,268 feet]

    4-5 hours, 3-4 kilometers

    With the close-up views of hills and mounatins, we will begin to ascend from Nyengang Kharka to Naya Kanga High Camp. The trails are rugged and steep as we climb towards Naya Kanga Base Camp/or Ganja La Phedi. Slowly, you will traverse the rocky boulders and glacier moraines. After navigating the breathtaking alpine landscapes, we will reach a nice flat rocky surface, where we will set up the high camps to spend the nights. At the high camp surroundings, you can rest and acclimatize, taking in the grandeur of the towering mountains.

  • Day 11: Rest/Acclimatization Day at Naya Kanga High Camp

    Today, we will spend a day resting and acclimatizing at the Naya Kanga High Camp. Rest is essential to recover and replenish after a long, tiring journey. Likewise, acclimatization is necessary to adapt to the lower oxygen levels of higher altitudes.

    You can explore the surrounding area of the high camp after having a leisurely lunch in the camp. Then, your guides will review all the gear and equipment for the next day’s climb of the Naya Kanga Peak. They will teach you about mountaineering equipment and climbing techniques. Like this, you can spend the second half of the high camp time preparing for the summit of Naya Kanga.

  • Day 12: Summit Naya Kanga Peak [5,844 meters/19,168 feet] and Back to Nyengang Kharka

    8-9 hours

    Today, we will achieve the summit of Naya Kanga. We will wake up around 3 to 4 A.M. and have breakfast. The early start is to avoid the strong midday winds that could disrupt the adventure. The standard route to ascend the Naya Kanga Peak is via the northeastern ridge. We will take this route as we climb towards the peak’s summit.

    Our guides will fix the ropes and ladders to ease your navigation. Finally, after 8-9 hours, we will reach the apex of Naya Kanga. From the top of Naya Kanga Peak, you can get the bird’s eye perspective of the colossal Himalayas glistening with pristine white snow. You will find yourself surrounded by countless glorifying mountains both from the Nepal and Tibetan sides. We will stay at the summit for some time enjoying the breathtaking views and taking snaps before returning back to the Nyengang Kharka.

  • Day 13: Trek From Nyengang Kharka to Langtang Village

    5-6 hours, 10-11 kilometers

    Today, we will descend from the Nyengang Kharka towards the Langtang village. We will make our way, passing through the lush Juniper bushes. Enroute, we will encounter the Kyanjin Gompa village. We will observe one more time, the rich Buddhist culture, which is evident in the monasteries, prayer flags, prayer wheels, chortens, and shrines of the village. From Kyanjin Gompa, we will continue on the downhill trek, retracing our footsteps for a few hours, and finally reach Langtang village.

  • Day 14: Trek From Langtang Village to Lama Hotel

    5-6 hours, 14 kilometers

    Today, we will take the same route as we trekked previously between Lama Hotel and Langtang village, but in the opposite direction. We will retrace our footsteps back to Lama Hotel, traversing the forests and traditional Tamang settlements. After arriving at Lama Hotel, you can wind up and explore the surroundings. We will stay for a night in the Lama Hotel.

  • Day 15: Trek From Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi [1,467 meters/4,811 feet]

    4-5 hours, 8-10 kilometers

    After morning breakfast, we will leave the Lama Hotel and head towards the ending point of the trek, Syabrubesi. On the way, we will pass through the vibrant forest of bamboo and rhododendrons. We will also traverse the several small settlements of local Tamang and Sherpa. Descending gradually through the well-marked trails, we will finally reach the dense oxygen levels of lower altitudes of Syabrubesi. We will stay at a traditional teahouse of the village until we depart for Kathmandu tomorrow.

  • Day 16: Drive From Syabrubesi to Kathmandu

    7-8 hours, 117 kilometers

    We will enjoy a hearty breakfast at Syabrubesi and set off on a scenic overland drive towards the capital city. From the window of a vehicle, you can see the magical transformation of landscapes. Slowly, the narrow, meandering roads surrounded by lush greenery enter the wide-pitched roads between the towering buildings of the cities. Finally, after a long day’s drive, we will return back to Kathmandu. Our Naya Kanga Peak climbing journey concludes here. We will transfer you to your hotel where you can rest and relax for the rest of the time.

  • Day 17: Leisure Day at Kathmandu

    On this leisure day, utilize the time in a productive way. We suggest you take enough rest at first. This is because you may have been exhausted after an adventurous journey. After a delicious lunch at your hotel, you can visit the beautiful places in the capital that you could have wished to see while planning your journey in Nepal. Next, you can leisurely stroll around the bustling markets of the major tourist places like Thamel, Mangal Bazaar, Asan, etc. Here, you can see the vibrant lifestyle of local vendors and crowds of people purchasing goods. From one of the shops in the narrow alleys, you can buy souvenirs back home. In the evening, join us for a remarkable farewell gathering and dinner.

  • Day 18: Transfer to the Tribhuwan International Airport for Departure

    Today, you will have to say goodbye to Nepal and embark on a journey homeward. As per your flight schedule, one of our members will come to receive you at your hotel. So be ready by eating meals and packing your belongings for an airport transfer. Once you reach the airport, complete the procedures to board an international flight to your home country. Let’s meet again very soon in your next adventurous endeavor in the Himalayas.

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What's included?
  • 4 Nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • All ground transportation by the private vehicle including airport arrival and departure transfer
  • Climbing and trekking permits for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing & Trekking inside Langtang National Park
  • Tea House + Camping combined accommodation during the trek – as per itinerary
  • All meals during trek & climb– Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Experienced trekking & climbing guide
  • The required number of porters
  • All necessary climbing gears
  • Kitchen equipment and camping equipment during the climbing period
  • General first aid kids
  • Insurance, clothing, and salary for staffs
  • All government taxes and necessary paperwork
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
What's not included?
  • Medical/personal high-risk insurance (suggest have rescue coverage policy as well)
  • International airfares and departure tax.
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Major meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Cost of personal expenses
  • Tips

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

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  • Naya Kanga Peak Climbing – Permits and Fees

    • Langtang National Park Entry Permit – NPR 3,000
    • Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Permit
      • Spring – NPR 4,000
      • Autumn – NPR 2,000
      • Summer – NPR 1,000
      • Winter – NPR 1,000

    Food and Accomodation During Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Journey

    The accommodations during the Naya Kanga Peak climbing adventure will be a mix of teahouse and tented camps. You will spend nights at cozy and comfortable accommodations in the traditional teahouses along the trekking trails. You can expect basic amenities and simple arrangements for your stay. There will be beds with a warm blanket, a set of pillows, and mattresses. The living room, toilets, bathroom, and dinner hall will be available on a shared basis. As for camping accommodation, we will arrange all the required amenities like tents, sleeping mattresses, camping tables, etc.

    You will get decent food, which will be all three meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In teahouses, you will enjoy a different variety of traditional and Western cuisines. You can also place orders for food according to your special needs or dietary plans. Dalbhat, Momo, Pizza, Pasta, Flatbread, Thukpa, Chowmein, Vegetable soups, Sandwiches, Burger, etc are the commonly available menu items in teahouses. For drinks, you will get a range of hot and cold varieties. Tea (black, milk, honey, ginger, and lemon) and coffee (milk and black) are the common drinks at the teahouse. The prices of drinks, food, and accomodation will be fair enough, considering the remoteness of the region.

    During camping in the climbing phases of Naya Kanga, we will serve you healthy and nutritious board meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). You can savor the mix of packaged and freshly cooked food items.

    Note: You will stay for four nights at a standard hotel in Kathmandu and enjoy a welcome and farewell dinner organized by us.

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    Right Packing for the Climb of Naya Kanga Peak

    Here are some packing ideas for clothes that you can consider while packing for the Naya Kanga journey in different seasons.

    Spring and Autumn

    Spring and autumn are the high times for trekking and peak climbing in the Himalayas due to mild temperatures and stable weather conditions. The average temperature during these seasons ranges between 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. However, it is quite cold at alpine elevations, especially during the morning and night. So, you can pack a mix of light and heavy clothes for lower altitudes and higher regions, respectively. Though the weather is pleasant, consider carrying rain gear and windproof shells to remain on the safe side.

    Summer/monsoon

    Summer/monsoon is the hot and wet time of the year. The weather is frequently changeable from heat to rain during this time. So, you need to be extra cautious while packing for the high-altitude journey of Naya Kanga Peak. Fill your backpacks with a mix of clothes that could fit both sunny and rainy weather. Carry lightweight, moisture-wicking, and breathable layers, a sun hat, SPF 50+ sun cream, etc, for warm conditions. Likewise, pack waterproof jackets/gloves, rain pants, an umbrella, and gaiters to shield from the rain.

    Winter

    Winter is the coldest time of the year. You will experience a frigid climate during this time, even in the lower trekking regions. So, you need to be well-equipped with warm clothes like a beanie, woolen scarf, fleece jacket, down jacket, sweater, insulated gloves and mittens, thermal trousers, etc.

    Common Packing ItemsBackpack

    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp/flashlight
    • Sleeping bags
    • UV protected sunglasses
    • First Aid kit and general medicines
    • Personal care items
    • Toiletries
    • Travel documents like a visa, valid passport, permits, insurance papers, and credit card
    • Electronic gadgets like a camera, mobile, chargers, earphones, power banks, etc
    • Navigation tools like GPS, maps, and compass
    • Climbing equipment like a helmet, rope, harnesses, mountaineering boots, crampons, etc
In How Many Days is the Naya Kanga Climbing Journey Completed?

Naya Kanga Peak is one of the shortest summit journeys in the Himalayas which takes only around 16-18 days to complete. This duration depends on diverse factors such as itinerary chosen, routes taken, acclimatization stops, pace of each trekker/climber, weather conditions, fitness level, etc.

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Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

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Naya Kanga Peak at Summer Season
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Snow-capped Peak
Tea House at Mundu Village

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