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Naya Kanga Peak Climbing - 15 Days

  • Duration 15 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Meals 13 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, and 11 Dinners
  • Accommodation Hotel, Tea House, and Tented Camp
  • Max. Altitude Naya Kanga Peak (5844 meters)
  • Activity Peak Climbing
  • Group Type Any
  • Group Size 2 to 6
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
Highlights
  • Reach the summit of Naya Kanga Peak at 5,844 meters (19,164 feet) and experience the exhilaration of a successful climb
  • Interact with the local Tamang and Sherpa communities and learn about their culture and traditions
  • Explore the Langtang National Park and encounter a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the red panda and the snow leopard
  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and Shishapangma
  • Test your physical and mental endurance and overcome the challenges of climbing a mountain peak
  • Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Himalayas and experience a sense of peace and tranquility.
  • Witness the unique landscape of the Langtang region, which is a blend of Tibetan and Nepalese cultures and lifestyles.
  • Get a chance to explore the hidden and isolated parts of the Langtang valley, which are not accessible by road.
  • Experience the local Tamang and Sherpa hospitality, cuisine, and traditions during your stay at teahouses and homestays.
  • Trek through the dense forests of rhododendron, pine, and oak trees, which are home to a variety of bird species.
  • Visit the ancient Kyanjin Gompa, which is a sacred Buddhist monastery in the Langtang valley.
  • Get a chance to witness the daily life of the locals, who are mainly involved in agriculture, animal husbandry, and tourism.

Naya Kanga Peak also referred to as Ganja La Chuli is located in Nepal's Langtang region to the north of Kathmandu. Naya Kanga Peak, which is 5844 meters tall, and a favorite climbing peak due to its easy accessibility and tremendous delight throughout the ascent. Every year, a large number of mountain climbers visit the summit of Naya Kanga Peak as a part of the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Adventure.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing provides a trek through the Tibetan-influenced Langtang settlements, which are home to an enormous diversity of wildlife. The Himalayas are magnificently visible from vantage spots and high passes along the journey. Everyone who takes part in this incredible climbing expedition will be rewarded with beautiful vistas of imposing mountains including Ganesh I, Langsisa Ri, Dorje Lhakpa, and Yubra. The Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is a superb alternative for trekkers and mountaineers, combining a pinch of floral and faunal richness with a strong Himalayan presence.

Climbers may enjoy panoramic views of the Langtang valley, mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, and other natural features from Naya Kanga Peak. Rhododendron forests, enticing villages, and distinctive scenery are all along the route to Naya Kanga Peak. For everyone who likes adventure, climbing Naya Kanga Peak is a really gratifying experience. The ascent to the Naya Kanga Peak Base Camp is simpler and offers the proper mix of challenge and excitement. Nonetheless, you will need to adjust to the harsh topography in order to ascend the Naya Kanga peak. Thus, it is advised that hikers have some prior peak-climbing experience.

You will enjoy stunning views of the Himalayas in both Tibet and Nepal. The best and most well-liked approach to ascending Naya Kanga peak is through the northeastern ridge across a stretch of snow and ice. The months of spring, which begin in March and conclude in May, and fall, which begins in September and ends in November, are ideal for climbing this mountain. While climbing Naya Kanga peak is regarded to be a non-technical hiking peak in Nepal, it still requires a high level of physical endurance and perseverance to reach the summit. At this peak, 90% of climbers succeed in reaching the summit.

After an eight-hour travel from Kathmandu, the 15 Days Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Journey will begin at Syabrubesi. To get to Lama Hotel from Syabrubesi, you must leisurely stroll through thick rhododendron and oak woodlands. To ultimately reach Langtang Village, you will rise through a woodland region while traveling along the Langtang River via Ghoda Tabela. At 3798 meters, Kyanjin Gompa is located at the beginning of a new valley, and Langtang Lirung, which is nearby, offers a stunning vista. You will make a stay in Kyanjin Gompa the next day for acclimatization and exploration in accordance with your Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary. To make the most of this time, you will climb up to the stunning viewpoint known as Tsergo-Ri.

You will travel to Naya Kanga Base Camp the next day after acclimatizing at Kyanjin Gompa. You will spend a few days in a tented camp because there are no human settlements after Naya Kanga Base Camp. Naya Kanga High Camp, where you will continue your hike and reach a height of 5000 meters, is where you will start your ascent of Naya Kanga (5844m). You will return the same way you came after reaching the summit, passing via Kyanging Gompa, Langtang Village, Lama Hotel, and ultimately Syabrubesi, which signifies the completion of the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary.

If you are ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime and climb Naya Kanga Peak, it is time to book your trip. Green Valley Nepal Treks offers Naya Kanga Peak climbing packages at a reasonable cost for 2024 and 2025. Our experienced guides will ensure a safe and successful climb while providing you with a unique cultural experience in the Langtang region. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to reach the top of the Naya Kanga Peak and immerse yourself in the local culture. Contact Green Valley Nepal Treks today to book your Naya Kanga Peak climbing package.

Benefits of Booking Naya Kanga Peak Climbing with us

  • International and Domestic Airport Pickup And Drop off service
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek Duffle Bag
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek T-Shirt
  • Free Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Route Map
  • An Oximeter to Check Blood Oxygen Saturation Levels.
  • Medical Kits - Which May Be Necessary In Certain Cases.
  • Free Excess Luggage Storing At Green Valley Nepal Store During The Trek

What You Can Expect from Naya Kanga Peak Climbing?

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is an exciting adventure for climbers looking for a challenging climb in the Langtang region of Nepal. Here are some things you can expect from this adventure:

  • The Langtang region is home to several ethnic groups including Tamang, Sherpa, and Tibetan communities. Climbers can experience the local culture, customs, and traditions during their trek to the peak.
  • Naya Kanga Peak requires technical climbing skills such as using crampons, ice axes, and ropes. The climb involves steep ice and snow slopes, which require proper technique and training.
  • Climbers will be trekking through the Langtang National Park, which is home to various wildlife species such as Himalayan Thar, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, and Musk Deer.
  • There are basic lodges and teahouses available for climbers during their trek. However, climbers need to bring their own camping gear for the high camp.
  • The Naya Kanga Peak provides a birds-eye perspective of the Himalayas, and the Langtang region is renowned for its breathtaking alpine landscape.
  • Naya Kanga Peak is a difficult climb that needs advanced technical climbing abilities, knowledge of alpine terrain, and a high degree of physical fitness.
  • Climbers must be prepared for cold temperatures, high winds, and snowfall because the weather may be erratic.

Is Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Suitable For You?

You should consider your degree of fitness, your previous high-altitude trekking and technical climbing experience, as well as your personal preferences, to determine whether Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is right for you. Think about the following points:

  • Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is a physically demanding activity that requires a high level of fitness. You should be comfortable with long days of trekking, carrying a backpack, and being able to climb steep slopes for several hours.
  • Climbing Naya Kanga Peak requires trekking at high altitudes where the air is thin, and the weather conditions can be challenging. Prior experience with high-altitude trekking is beneficial.
  • Naya Kanga Peak is a technical climb that requires prior experience in alpine climbing techniques such as using crampons, ice axes, and ropes. It's recommended that you have prior climbing experience before attempting this peak.
  • Climbing Naya Kanga Peak requires a permit and a licensed guide. The cost of the climb can be expensive, and you need to consider your budget before deciding to attempt this climb.
  • It will take at least two weeks to complete, including the travel to the base camp, time for acclimatization, and the climb itself. You should be ready to put in a large amount of time and take time off from work.
  • Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is a demanding and adventurous sport, so you should think about whether or not you would enjoy doing it.

Preparation for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Careful planning and preparation are necessary for the Naya Kanga Peak Climb. Here are some crucial actions to take into account:

  • A high degree of physical fitness is necessary for this excursion because it is challenging. To get your body ready for the climb, it's crucial to partake in regular physical activity like jogging, hiking, and strength training.
  • High-altitude climbing can be difficult because of the thin air, low oxygen levels, and changing weather. High-altitude training is essential to get your body ready for the ascent. Consider embarking on a high-altitude hike, taking an altitude sickness course, and utilizing gear like oxygen tanks and altitude tents.
  • It involves technical climbing abilities, including the use of ropes, crampons, and ice axes. To ensure your safety when climbing, you must have prior knowledge of alpine climbing procedures. Consider enrolling in a technical climbing course to acquire some experience with the gear.
  • During the climb, you will need the right supplies, such as a reliable backpack, mountaineering boots, warm clothes, a sleeping bag, a tent, and climbing supplies like ropes, crampons, and ice axes. Be sure your equipment is of high quality and fits you properly.
  • A permit and a certified guide are necessary for climbing Naya Kanga Peak. Make sure you get the required permits and hire a certified guide from a trustworthy organization.
  • It's crucial to have a medical checkup before making the climb to make sure you are physically healthy and have no health conditions that might interfere with your journey.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Cost 2024 and 2025

Green Valley Nepal Treks offers the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Package Cost based on group size. Please follow for the group price details:

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Day to Day Itinerary
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You will be greeted by a member of Green Valley Nepal Treks at Tribhuwan International Airport. He will drive you to your hotel in addition to assisting you with check-in. The remainder of the day will be spent shopping for trekking gear and becoming acquainted with the local shop close to your hotel. In the evening, our guide will brief you on the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary and other essential information. You will get an opportunity to meet our other staff during a welcome meal held at a local Nepalese restaurant in the evening.

  • 3 Stars Hotel in Thamel

Your two objectives for today are preparing the climbing permit for Naya Kanga Peak and sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley. To get a permit, you will need to bring your passport, three passport-size photos, and proof of travel insurance policy.

You will come across a number of magnificent UNESCO World Heritage sites when sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley. The starting point of your tour will be Pashupatinath, the most revered Hindu temple in Nepal, where followers of Lord Shiva gather. It may be found close to the famed Bagmati River. You will next proceed to Bouddhanath, a Buddhist temple also known as Little Tibet by locals. After there, you will make your way to Swayambhunath, also called the Monkey Temple. After exploring Swayambhunath, your ultimate destination will be Kathmandu Durbar Square, where this tour ends. At Thamel, you may have time to complete any unfinished purchase for a climbing adventure before returning to your hotel.

  • 3 Stars Hotel in Thamel
  • Breakfast

The Naya Kanga Peak Climbing journey commences from Kathmandu and takes a scenic route to Syabrubesi. A member of our staff will get in touch with you and arrange for pickup at your hotel. You will be taken to the scenic spot where the main journey will start after breakfast. Afterward, our staff will take you on a journey along the path of the Trishuli River. It is absolutely stunning to see the majestic panorama of the towering mountains, including Mount Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and others. Visitors must travel through the region's magnificent surroundings in order to reach Syabru Besi. Once you have arrived, you will explore the charming location and its surroundings.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 7 to 8 Hours
  • 122 Kilometers

Today, the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing adventure will take you through some of the tough terrains from the Syabrubesi to the Lama Hotel. The Bhote Koshi River is observed as the path travels through its environs. You will go out early on your stroll in order to get to your destination before it gets dark. The Naya Kanga Peak Climbing route begins in a remote and challenging setting and leads to Lama Hotel. You will stop at the Guru Rinpoche Gompa on the route. Following that, you will go through the Langtang Khola on a stone-paved route.

As you get to the Bamboo Village, you will then continue your adventure alongside the suspension bridge. The trek's highlights, the Red Pandas, are well-known in the region. The path is lined with oak, fir, and pine trees as it winds through the forest. A variety of animal species, including Himalayan tahrs, red pandas, black bears, and monkeys, among others, may also be seen. The community of Rimche and other adjacent localities will be passed by trekkers before they arrive at the Lama Hotel, where you will spend the night. You may explore the breathtaking scenery and ambiance of the area.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 Hours
  • 11.3 Kilometers

The Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary takes you over a range of challenging terrains till you reach Langtang village after departing from the Lama Hotel. The next stop along the journey is some of the region's most breathtaking landscapes. The trail takes you through a forest with oak and rhododendron trees on your way to the Lantang Khola. The fir and maple trees border the paths. After a strenuous trek, you will arrive at a viewpoint from where you can see Mount Langtang Lirung (7244 meters).

You have to cross a bunch of suspension bridges to arrive at Ghora Tabela. The Ghora Tabela trails pass by several mani walls, chortens, and prayer wheels before arriving at Langtang. The picturesque Langtang village is part of the Langtang National Park. The hamlet of the settlement has several flat-roofed houses with stone walls. Large fields of buckwheat, potatoes, and barley may be found. Hikers that arrive in Langtang may soak in the magnificent scenery before relaxing by staying the night there.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours
  • 14.8 Kilometers

On this particular day, the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing trail leads you through the area's stunning surroundings. From the Langtang village to the Kyanjin Gompa, one must climb difficult hills. Also, the route passes through Buddhist monuments including chortens, mani walls, and prayer flags. You have to trek up a steep slope on a cliff that passes through tough terrain before you reach the Mundu. Nonetheless, the settlement is located at a height of around 3442 meters.

You have to pass through a lot of different settlements, streams, and wooden bridges in order to get to the Kyanjin Gompa from Mundu village. You will then start your journey while traveling through the gorgeous countryside and seeing the magnificent icefall coming from Langtang Lirung. Snacks may be enjoyed while seeing the famed Kyanjing Gompa. After visiting the gorgeous surroundings, you could want to spend the evening at a tea house.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 3 to 4 Hours
  • 6.8 Kilometers

The acclimatization day is today, according to your Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary. Acclimatization is an essential part of any climb at a high altitude. Your ability to adapt to high-altitude surroundings will be enhanced. Low oxygen and low air pressure are present under these conditions. As a result, you can enjoy the trails since you can adapt to this place relatively fast. On this trekking day, you will ascend the spectacular Naya Kanga Peak, therefore it is crucial that you get ready for it as well.

Exploring the breathtaking location, including the monastery and its serene surroundings is possible. The monastery provides opportunities for evening singing and spiritual meditation. Also, there is a historic cheese factory nearby where you may stop and try some delicious dairy products. You might also visit nearby hillsides for the best views of the Langtang Lirung glaciers. Climbers can also access trekking peaks like Kyanjin Ri and Tserko Ri. Langshisa Kharka is another fantastic destination for a side trip. After that, you will return to the Kyanjin Gompa, where you will spend the night.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

You will depart from Kyanjin Gompa in the direction of Naya Kanga Base Camp after breakfast to begin your ascent of Naya Kanga Peak. The route ascends a slope after crossing the Langtang River. The base camp is located on a small plateau south of Kyanjin. The route winds through forests of oak and lush rhododendron. To get to the base camp, you will need to hike down the rocky, steep trail. You will reach the lush meadows after a period of strenuous ascent. Awe-inspiring panoramic views of the towering mountains and yaks grazing on the pastures are seen. Upon your arrival, you will continue to explore the region near the Naya Kanga Base Camp. You will spend the night in a tent camp in the surroundings of the base camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours

After having breakfast, you will start your climbing journey from Naya Kanga Base Camp. You can observe the panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains and green hills. The walk today is along rocky paths, boulders, and finally along a glacier. It’s a short climb and you will set camp in a glacier part to prepare for our next day’s climb. The guide will brief you on climbing techniques and other essentials for the peak climb. On reaching, the high camp you can acclimatize and explore the area. After walking for around 7 hours, you will arrive at the High Camp. The stunning views of the majestic mountains provide incredible scenic views. You will stay overnight at a tented camp in the High camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours

It’s an early day and a most important one as we are to submit the Naya Kanga (5844m). We wake up at 4 am and after breakfast, move towards the summit. With rope support at places, the climb is slow and demanding, but not too technical. From the top, you can enjoy the panorama of Himalayan peaks and even the Tibetan parts. We stay at the summit for some time and return back to the base camp. Overnight stay in a tented camp. 

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 8 to 9 Hours

You will begin your descent from Naya Kanga Base Camp toward the Langtang village after breakfast, passing by the Kyanjin Gompa. Today's route winds through juniper bushes on both sides. You will reach the Kyanjin Gompa after a few distances before continuing on to Langtang village. You will reach the Langtang village after a short journey, where you will spend the night at the teahouse and have a little celebration for reaching the summit.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 to 7 Hours

After breakfast, your trip from the Langtang village to the Lama Hotel will begin. As you descend a hill amid rhododendron forests, the stroll will be enjoyable. You will follow the same route you did previously, traveling through the woods and villages of the Tamang. The hike provides an alternate viewpoint of the mountains you previously witnessed. Your body's operations are facilitated by the thickening of the air as you lower altitude. You will spend the night at a teahouse inside the Lama Hotel.

  • Hotel or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 Hours
  • 14.8 Kilometers

You will depart from Lama Hotel in the morning and travel via Sherpa Gaon to reach Syabrubesi. Bamboo and rhododendron woods make up the majority of your path. If you are fortunate, you could also see a wild boar in the forest, along with various kinds of animals and birds. You will get a 360-degree view of the mountains and lush hills from the route as well. You will go past Tamang and Sherpa communities on this upper, wider track.

Prior to making a sharp drop to the Syabrubesi, the route first descends softly. Moreover, a hydroelectric facility called the Chilime Power Plant is located nearby. The Tamang community may be seen, along with their Tibetan-influenced way of life. Throughout the trek, you may see the magnificent Himalayan Alps. After a five-hour hike, you will arrive at Syabrubesi in the evening. At Syabrubesi, you will spend the night at a teahouse.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 Hours
  • 11.3 Kilometers

After taking a bus from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu, your ascent of Naya Kanga Peak will come to an end today. Before beginning your return journey to Kathmandu, a hearty breakfast will be served. Along the way, you will pass terraced fields, small communities, rivers, steep mountains, and more. You can view the beautiful, green trees as you travel alongside the Trishul River. You will arrive in Kathmandu in the evening time after a lengthy day of travel.

After a hard day, you must be exhausted and want to relax in your room. You can take some time this evening to explore Thamel's well-known areas. To celebrate the successful conclusion of the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary, Green Valley Nepal Treks hosts a farewell dinner in the evening at a traditional Nepalese restaurant.

  • 3 Stars Hotel in Thamel
  • Breakfast
  • 7 to 8 Hours
  • 122 Kilometers

One of our staff members will assist you in getting to the airport when it is time for your flight to depart. If you want to extend your trip, Green Valley Nepal Treks, however, can make the required arrangements. If your flight is scheduled for a late evening, you may also go shopping to get a few presents for your loved ones. We wish you good luck in your future travels to Nepal and hope you enjoyed your time with us. With this, we bid you farewell.

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

    Cost Includes
    • Pick up drop by private vehicle
    • 3 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu 
    • Naya Kanga Peak climbing permit.
    • Langtang  National Park permit.
    • Bus ticket from/to Kathmandu to/from trekking start point, and endpoint
    • All meals during the trek at the best available restaurant/camp
    • Accommodation during the trekking
    • One-experience trekking guide, and necessary porters
    • One climbing guide with a government license
    • Climbing Guide equipment, and salary for the guide
    • Tent for Base Camp
    • Food for Camping on Naya Kanga Peak Base Camp 
    • Insurance for Guide, and Porters
    • Domestic airport Tax
    • Related taxes and service charges
    Cost Excludes
    • Nepal Visa Fees and International airfare
    • Personal equipment for trekking
    • Personal Insurance
    • Food in Kathmandu
    • Emergency rescue evacuation cost if encase if needed
    • Trekking, sleeping bags, and down jacket
    • Trekking, and Climbing Shoes
    • Personal expenses, beverages, and tips
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    Useful Info

    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Best Time, Season, and Months

    Autumn (September, October, and November) and spring (March, April, and May) are the finest seasons for peak climbing and trekking in countries like Nepal. As a result, these seasons are perfect for climbing Naya Kanga Peak. You may visit the Langtang region during these times and expect reliable weather and a welcoming environment.

    • Autumn Season

    September, October, and November in the autumn offer consistently good weather in the region. The highlight of trekking and peak climbing is the clear sky and unhindered vistas of the snow-covered mountains. In addition, you can find the greatest amenities in the dining and lodging along the path. Due to the fact that several significant festivals, such as Dashain, Tihar, and others, happen in the autumn, you may also witness the cultural component of the area.

    • Spring Season

    Trekking and peak climbing in Nepal are beautiful in the spring. The springtime months of March, April, and May offer fantastic weather and surroundings. The snow-covered Himalayan ranges will be clearly visible to you. In addition, there are beautiful routes with hills covered with red and pink rhododendrons that are in bloom. It's the perfect time of year to climb since climbers may take advantage of the clear skies and comfortable temps.

    Food or Meal Availability on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

    During Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, we will provide you with 13 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, and 11 Dinners. The meals are generally basic but nutritious and include local Nepalese food such as dal bhat (rice and lentil soup), vegetables, and meat dishes. Breakfast usually consists of porridge, eggs, bread, or chapati, while lunch and dinner are often a combination of rice, vegetables, and meat.

    During the trek, you will stay in lodges or tea houses, which offer meals and snacks. However, as you move higher into the mountains, the availability of food and the variety of the menu may be limited. It's a good idea to bring some high-energy snacks such as energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits to supplement your meals. If you have any dietary restrictions or preferences, it's important to inform us in advance so that we can make arrangements accordingly. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available, but may not be as varied as in urban areas.

    Accommodation Facility on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

    During Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, accommodation is usually provided in tea houses or lodges along the trekking route. Tea houses are basic guesthouses that provide simple rooms with shared bathrooms, while lodges are larger guesthouses with private rooms and attached bathrooms.

    The quality of accommodation varies depending on the location and altitude. At lower elevations, the tea houses and lodges are relatively comfortable, with beds, blankets, and basic facilities such as hot showers and toilets. However, as you move higher into the mountains, the facilities become more basic, and the availability of amenities such as hot water may be limited.

    In some cases, you may need to share a room with other trekkers, particularly during peak season. It's essential to bring a good quality sleeping bag as the nights can be cold at higher elevations. During the climb to Naya Kanga Peak base camp, you will stay in tents, which are set up by Green Valley Nepal Trek’s guide. Tents provide basic shelter and are equipped with sleeping mats, but you will need to bring your sleeping bag.

    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Difficulty Level

    Climbing Naya Kanga Peak is regarded as a moderately challenging climb. At 5,844 meters (19,166 ft) above sea level, the mountain necessitates certain technical climbing abilities such as the use of ropes, crampons, and ice axes. The journey is a physically strenuous trip through wilderness areas and a high incline. Aesthetic sceneries, including woods, rivers, and high-altitude meadows, are encountered throughout the trekking route.

    The weather and elevation are the two biggest difficulties of the climb. The weather may be unpredictable at high elevations, with abrupt variations in visibility and air density. As there is a chance of getting altitude sickness, it is important to fully acclimate before beginning the climb. When climbing Naya Kanga Peak, you don't need any technical training or prior experience. To face this strenuous journey, you must, however, be in reasonable physical condition. Also, you must bring Diamox pills with you on the trip to prevent altitude sickness. You must descend if the altitude sickness symptoms don't go away. Afterward, you can go uphill. Altitude sickness may worsen if the problem is not treated carefully.

    Requirements of Travel Insurance for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

    Travel insurance is mandatory for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, and it's important to ensure that your insurance policy covers all the necessary requirements for the climb. The following are some of the requirements that your travel insurance should cover:

    • Make sure that your insurance policy covers high-altitude trekking and climbing. The policy should specifically state that it covers activities at an altitude of at least 6,000 meters (19,685 feet) above sea level.
    • Your travel insurance should cover emergency medical expenses and medical evacuation. This is particularly important for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, as there is a risk of altitude sickness and other mountain-related injuries.
    • Your policy should cover trip cancellation or interruption due to unforeseen circumstances such as flight delays, weather conditions, or personal emergencies.
    • The policy should cover personal liability in case you accidentally cause damage to property or injure someone else during the climb.
    • Your policy should cover the loss or damage to your climbing equipment, including climbing gear, trekking poles, and personal belongings.
    • Make sure that your insurance policy covers adventure sports activities such as mountaineering, trekking, and climbing.

    It's important to read the policy document carefully to ensure that it covers all the necessary requirements for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing. Additionally, it's recommended to obtain insurance from a reputable provider with experience in adventure sports and mountaineering.

    Altitude Sickness and Remedies on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

    Climbers and hikers frequently experience altitude sickness, commonly referred to as acute mountain sickness (AMS), at high elevations like Naya Kanga Peak Climbing. Because of the lower air pressure at higher elevations, it is brought on by a deficiency of oxygen. Headaches, nausea, dizziness, exhaustion, and shortness of breath are some of the mild to severe altitude sickness symptoms. Altitude sickness can develop into more severe illnesses like High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), which can be fatal if left untreated. These are some methods to avoid and manage altitude sickness while climbing Naya Kanga Peak:

    • It's important to acclimatize properly by gradually ascending to higher elevations and allowing your body to adjust to the reduced oxygen levels. It's recommended to spend at least two nights at each altitude before ascending further.
    • Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and help prevent altitude sickness. Avoid alcohol and caffeine as they can contribute to dehydration.
    • Some medications, such as acetazolamide, can help prevent and treat altitude sickness. However, it's important to consult with your doctor before taking any medication.
    • Take regular breaks to rest and allow your body to adjust to the altitude. Avoid overexertion and listen to your body.
    • If you experience severe symptoms of altitude sickness, descend to a lower altitude immediately.

    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Packing List, Gears, and Equipment

    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is a challenging trek that requires proper gear and equipment to ensure a safe and comfortable journey. Here is a packing list for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing:

    Clothing

    • Insulated jacket
    • Fleece or down jacket
    • Thermal underwear
    • Trekking pants
    • Hiking boots
    • Gaiters
    • Hiking socks
    • Sun hat and warm hat
    • Gloves

    Equipment

    • Backpack
    • Sleeping bag
    • Sleeping pad
    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp
    • Sunglasses
    • Water bottles or hydration system
    • Personal first-aid kit
    • Sunscreen and lip balm
    • Insect repellent

    Technical Gear

    • Crampons
    • Ice axe
    • Climbing harness
    • Climbing helmet
    • Carabiners and quickdraws
    • Rope (if needed)

    It's important to pack light for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing and carry only essential items. Trekkers should also consider the weight restrictions on domestic flights and the porter's carrying capacity. Additionally, it's advisable to pack in a waterproof and durable bag to protect the gear from rain and rough handling.

    Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Booking Procedure

    With Green Valley Nepal Treks, one of Nepal's leading trekking companies, you can get the lowest price now on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Package. With several qualified guides, we are completely government-approved and registered trekking and adventure specialists (the firm registration number is 71671/066/067). Additionally, we are affiliated with several national tourist organizations, including the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), TAAN, NMA, KEEP, and many others. The finest experience of a lifetime will undoubtedly be trekking with the most reputable and highly recommended local firm by many organizations. For this trip, we thus warmly welcome you all to the Green Valley Nepal Treks family. You simply need to pay a 10% deposit now and the rest when you arrive for the booking producers.

    What our travelers saysClient Reviews
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      Great Climbing Adventure on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

      I recently completed the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing with Green Valley Nepal Treks and it was an amazing experience. The team was friendly, professional, and knowledgeable, and they took care of all the details so I could focus on enjoying the climb. The climb was challenging but rewarding, and the views from the summit were breathtaking. The accommodations were basic but clean and comfortable, and the food was delicious. Overall, it was an affordable and well-organized package, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great climbing adventure.

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      AdamOctober 12, 2022Canada
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      Naya Kanga Peak Climbing expedition with Green Valley Nepal Treks

      I recently went on the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing expedition with Green Valley Nepal Treks and it was an unforgettable experience. The guides were knowledgeable and professional, and the accommodations were comfortable. The climb was challenging but the stunning views of the Langtang range were worth it. Overall, it was a well-organized and affordable package, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a memorable trekking and climbing adventure.

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      SamanthaMay 11, 2022United States
    FAQs
    • Naya Kanga Peak, also known as Ganja La Chuli, is a mountain peak in the Langtang region of Nepal. It stands at an altitude of 5,844 meters (19,164 feet) above sea level and is a popular destination for mountaineers and trekking enthusiasts.

    • Naya Kanga Peak climbing is considered to be moderately difficult. The climb requires basic mountaineering skills such as the use of crampons, ropes, and ice axes. However, previous mountaineering experience is not required, and the climb is achievable for anyone with good physical fitness and mental strength.

    • The best time to climb Naya Kanga Peak is during the pre-monsoon season from March to May and the post-monsoon season from September to November. During these months, the weather is stable, and the skies are clear, providing excellent views of the surrounding mountains.

    • The climb usually takes around 14 to 18 days, including acclimatization days and trekking days. However, the exact duration may vary depending on the route taken, weather conditions, and the physical fitness of the climbers.

    • Yes, climbers need a climbing permit issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) to climb Naya Kanga Peak. A trekking permit is also required to enter the Langtang National Park.

    • Climbers need basic mountaineering equipment such as crampons, ice axes, ropes, harnesses, helmets, and trekking poles. Personal gear such as warm clothing, sleeping bags, and backpacks are also required. It is recommended to hire a guide or porter who can arrange the necessary equipment and provide assistance during the climb.

    • Previous mountaineering experience is not necessary to climb Naya Kanga Peak. However, climbers should have good physical fitness, mental strength, and some basic mountaineering skills.

    • Climbing any mountain involves risks, and Naya Kanga Peak is no exception. The climb requires traversing steep and icy slopes, and there is a risk of altitude sickness, snow falls, and avalanches. It is essential to have proper training, equipment, and guidance to minimize the risks involved.

    • Yes, it is recommended to hire a guide or a trekking agency for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing. The guide can provide necessary equipment, arrange permits, and provide assistance during the climb. They can also provide information about the local culture and the region's flora and fauna.

    • The Langtang region offers a variety of trekking routes, including the Langtang Valley trek, the Tamang Heritage Trail, the Gosaikunda trek and the Helambu trek. Visitors can also explore the Langtang National Park, which is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including the red panda, Himalayan tahr, and snow leopard.

    • Accommodation during Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is basic, with teahouses or lodges providing food and lodging. The teahouses offer simple, clean rooms with shared bathrooms and are usually heated by a wood stove. It is recommended to bring a warm sleeping bag as the temperatures can drop significantly at night.

    • The Langtang region can be accessed by road from Kathmandu, with a drive of around 7-8 hours to Syabrubesi, the starting point of the trek. Alternatively, visitors can take a bus to Dhunche and then a jeep or a local bus to Syabrubesi.

    • Climbing Naya Kanga Peak requires good physical fitness as it involves long hours of walking and climbing at high altitudes. Climbers should engage in regular physical activity and aerobic exercise before the climb to build endurance and stamina.

    • Yes, altitude sickness is a concern during Naya Kanga Peak Climbing as the altitude increases significantly during the climb. It is essential to acclimatize properly and ascend gradually to minimize the risk of altitude sickness.

    • It is possible to arrange Naya Kanga Peak Climbing independently, but it is recommended to hire a guide or a trekking agency. The guide can provide necessary equipment, arrange permits, and provide assistance during the climb, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience.

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