Trip Difficulty: Difficult
Trip Style: Trekking & Climbing
Transport: As per Itinerary
Food: Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner(BLD)
Accommodation: Hotel and tea house/camp
Group Size: Min 1 Pax.
Max Elevation: 5,844 m
- Adventurous yet quaint trekking trail
- Witness pristine and unspoiled landscape
- Observe diverse flora and fauna
- Spend the night in beautiful Langtang village
- Experience rich culture, tradition, and lifestyle of locals
- Explore Kyanjin Gompa
- Visit ancient monasteries and stupas
- Reach top of Naya Khang Peak
- Get to see outstanding views of Himalayan mountains
About Naya Khang Peak Climbing
Naya Khang Peak Climbing is a beautiful and adventurous journey in the Langtang region. Located west of the very famous Ganja La Pass, Naya Khang Peak is only 30 km away from Kathmandu, which makes it a quick accessible trip in the Himalayas. Naya Khang Peak Climbing is among the least popular climbing peaks in the Himalayas, which keep it trail away from the crowd. Only a few travelers have scaled this peak. Standing 5,844 meters above the sea level, Naya Khang Peak offers an amazing tranquil journey for those who are looking for holidity.
Naya Khang Peak Climbing can be climbed by anyone with prior trekking experience. This is a very good option to keep in your list if you are someone climbing for the first time or seeking to explore unspoiled parts of the Himalayas. Throughout Naya Khang Peak Climbing, you get to see breathtaking scenery and stunning views of snow-capped Himalayan mountains. As the trail follows Langtang National Park, you will come across diverse flora and fauna. The trail includes many dense forests of rhododendron, oak, juniper, pine, etc.
Likewise, the fine villages along the trail offer you an insight into the living style of locals. People from Tamang and Sherpa communities live in this part of Nepal. The Tamangs are the most famous here because of their unique culture, traditions, languages, and values, which in fact resembles Tibetans. They are believed to be descendants of Tibetans. Similarly, you can see various stupas, mani walls, chortens, and prayer flags on the way. Kyanjin Gompa is the most significant and ancient monastery in the Langtang region, where you spend a couple of nights for acclimatization.
What to expect during Naya Khang Peak Climbing?
Naya Khang Peak Climbing offers very unique trekking and climbing experience in the Langtang region that you will not get anywhere else. The trail offers mesmerizing views of glistening glaciers, cold streams, moraines, ravines, and high mountains. Himalayan mountains like Shisapangma (8,046m), Langtang Lirung (7,246m), Langshisha Ri (6,310m), Pemathang Ri (6,836m), Pemthang Kapro Ri (6,830m), and many others can be seen during the journey. On Naya Khang Peak Climbing, you get to explore exotic vegetation of the Langtang region while climbing a not so heard peak of the Himalayan mountain range.
Why go on Naya Khang Peak Climbing with us?
Our years of expertise and ethics make us a perfect travel partner who will not only take you to your destination but also bring you back safely. We are a team of active climbers and trekkers who have been mapping trails of Himalayas for a long time. We are glad to offer our extensive and professionally designed Naya Khang Peak Climbing package. With us, you will not only travel but get to know in-depth about the region and make lifelong memories.
Naya Khang Peak Climbing map
Our Naya Khang Peak Climbing map is professionally designed to allow you to have a pictorial view of the route. The map shows you all the villages where you will stop for the night along with nearby highlights like mountains, monasteries, etc. You can also get a hard copy of this map to take on the trek as well.
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) Symptoms & Prevention
Acute mountain sickness or altitude sickness is an illness that travelers might have to face during high altitude journey. It happens because of sudden exposure to high elevation and low oxygen. Therefore, we highly suggest you add ample rest days in between the trek, which will give your body time to adjust with the altitude as you move higher. If you feel uncomfortable or see any signs that can lead to AMS, then immediately inform your guide so that he can take proper measures on time.
Read below to know more about altitude sickness, its symptoms, and preventive measures:-
Symptoms of altitude sickness
- Difficulty in sleeping
- Dizziness or light-headedness
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea or vomiting
- Shortness of breath with exertion
- Include an adequate number of rest days in the itinerary
- Keep yourself hydrated
- Do not drink alcoholic beverages
- Do not gain more than 500 meters in a day
- Try to spend the night in lower altitude
- Acclimatize properly at a lower altitude
- Inform your guide immediately if any of the symptoms you see
- Do not push yourself
Best time to go to Naya Khang Peak Climbing
March to May (Spring) and October to November (Autumn) are the two best seasons to go on Naya Khang Peak Climbing. The views are clear and fantastic during this time of the year. Likewise, sunny days, constant weather, and mild climate make the perfect situation for traveling in the Himalayas. Other seasons like winter and monsoon are not a good time to go on Naya Khang Peak Climbing.
Accommodation during Naya Khang Peak Climbing
You stay overnight in guesthouse and camp on Naya Khang Peak Climbing. Guesthouses are available in the villages, which are run by a local family. Rooms come in a twin-sharing basis with basic facilities and a few pieces of furniture. Likewise, the washroom can be common or private depending on availability.
During the climbing period, you stay overnight in camps that are carried by our team members. We will carry all the tents and requires equipment for our stay a the base camp and high camp. We offer high-quality tents that are specifically made for spending the night at the Himalayas.
Food & Water on Naya Khang Peak Climbing
You will get three meals a day during Naya Khang Peak Climbing that include breakfast, lunch & dinner. Other than this, you can carry your snacks or buy on the trail if available. The meals will be served as per the menu of the guesthouse. This part of Nepal is not so developed and the food options are limited. You can get Nepali, Tibetan, and Indian dishes with a few Continental items. We suggest you to at least have dal bhat with veggies at least in one meal. This is the most filling, affordable, and energizing food you will have on the trail.
Water is available in every teahouse. You can carry water purification tablets for extra safety. Make sure to carry 2L of reusable water bottles that can last you throughout the trail. We highly encourage you not to buy plastic water bottles in the way as it will help to reduce the waste.
Naya Khang Peak Climbing cost
Naya Khang Peak Climbing cost includes different services that you will be getting while climbing. Naya Khang Peak Climbing package includes things like permits, accommodation, meals, ground transportation, expenses of guide & porter. Many other things are not included in the package cost that you should be aware of. You can go through our cost includes and excludes section to know more in detail.
If you are not satisfied with our given itinerary or want to make some changes due to short in time, feel free to reach out to us. We do run tailor-made trips that are designed as per the needs of our guests. This helps us to meet the needs of our guests and offer the best service.
Our company believes in running eco-friendly tours, treks, & expeditions. Born and raised amidst nature, we are highly protective of it. During our trip, we tend to use environment friendly gears, and also encourage our guests to not litter the region. Along with that, we also work closely with the locals and help them improve their lifestyle. We believe every small effort matters and as whole impacts hugely on the environment. Therefore, we urge you to take your waste back with yourself after the trek.