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Naya Khang Peak Trekking and Climbing (18 Days)
Naya Khang Peak Trekking and Climbing Langtang region is a popular destination for climbing snow peaks and spectacular panoramic views of mountains in Nepal and Tibet. Easy access to the region and availability of several snow peaks scattered around for acclimatization make this region an ideal destination for notice as well as experienced climbers. Naya Khanga is an attractive peak rising to the west of the Ganja La pass (5,122m).Ascending to Ganja La and the summit of Naya Khanga offer the spectacular panoramic views of mountains in Nepal and Tibet including Langshisa Ri (6,370m), Pemthang Ri (6,836m), Shisapangma (8,046m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m), Pemthang Kapro Ri (6,830m) and Langtang II (6,571m).The normal route of ascent to Naya Khanga is via the north - east ridge over a line on ice and snow. We follow the route of Langtang trek to Kyangjing (3,749m) for the ascent of Naya Khanga. To the north above Kangjing, there are several hills that provide both the magnificent views and acclimatization. Northeast of Kyangjing Ri (4,700m), there are two peaks; Yala Peak (5,500m) and Tsergo Peak (5,749m) that provide good climbing for acclimatization.

Trekking Days: -› (14)
Total Days: -› (18)
Min. Altitude: -› (1966m./6450ft.)
Max. Altitude: -› (5800m./19029ft.)
Walking Per Day: -› Approximately 4-10hrs
Route Nature: -› Camping [Fully Organized Trekking]
Difficulty: -› Hard
Season: -› Automn/Spring ( Mar-May / Sept - Nov ).

Extra cost except your Package cost

Climbing Royalty:  Group size     Rate in US$         Additional P/P in US$

                                1 to 4 persons     350.00 only                        

5 to 8 persons     350.00 plus          40.00 per person

9  to 12 persons   510.00 plus          25.00 per person

Climbing Guide's fee:  US $ 300 will be divided for all participants

Air rescue: US $ 1200.00 per hour if necessary

Garbage deposit: US $ 250.00 is refundable

Trekking Program

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1300 m)

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and Trek Preparation

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu – Dhunche

Day 04: Dhunche – Syabru Gaon

Day 05: Syabru Gaon – Lama Hotel

Day 06: Lama Hotel – Langtang Village

Day 07: Langtang Village – Kyangjin Gompa

Day 08: Rest day at Kyangjin Gompa  

Day 09: Kyangjin Gompa – Nyengang Kharka

Day 10: Nyengang Kharka – Naya Kang High Camp

Day 11: Rest at Naya Kang High Camp

Day 12: Naya Kang High Camp – Nyengang Kharka

Day 13: Nyengang Kharka – Kyangjin Gompa

Day 14: Kyangjin Gompa – Lama Hotel

Day 15: Lama Hotel – Syabru Besi

Day 16: Drive from Syabru Besi – Kathmandu

Day 17: Kathmandu sightseeing and shopping

Day 18: Transfer to airport and final departure for onwards Journeys

Note: It is possible to combine with some other activities such as white water rafting and wildlife safari. The itinerary can be customized according to your duration of holiday.

Service Includes:
    * Conservation/national park fees and all govt. taxes.
    * Climbing peak permit.
    * 3 (three) nights hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing bed and breakfast basis.
    * An Experience English Speaking Guide.
    * Trained Cook and Kitchen boy's.
    * Required number of porters.
    * All camping gears, high quality tents two men tent with sleeping mattress.
    * Group dinning tents.
    * Kitchen tents and Toilet tent.
    * EPI gas with stove for high Camp.
    * All meals quality and hygienic (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
    * All hot drinks (tea, coffee, hot chocolate, juice)
    * Available high food.
    * All necessary Climbing hardware gears including Climbing ropes.
    * Complete first aid kits.
    * Oxygen with mask and regulator for emergency/medical purpose.
    * Insurance of all local team members
    * Equipment for porters.
    * Half day world heritage sites tour.

Service Excludes:

    * Medical/personal high risk insurance(suggest have rescue coverage policy as well)
    * International airfares and departure tax.
    * Personal climbing gears.
    * Major meals in Kathmandu.
    * Cost of personal expenses.
    * Tips/Alcohol/Cigarettes/Other unforeseen expense.

Note: All participants have to give a copy of their insurance, with the address, tel and fax number of insurance company. This insurance has to cover the helicopter rescue in case of accident or sickness. In case of your insurance don't cover helicopter rescue, you have to fill a form in Kathmandu and make agreement that you will pay yourself the amount of expenses paid by Nepal Assemble Treks for your helicopter rescue or research. Without this agreement, you cannot participate in trek.

In The trek
the guide is allowed to change the itinerary, depending of the weather, climate and the physical condition of participants. Each participant who stop his trek or make changes any form of program may not ask any money compensation to the agency.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1300 m)

You will be welcomed by the boss of  our company at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu (1300m). After completing your custom formalities (Visa, etc) pick up your luggage and look for our company display board at the arrival gate. You will be then transferred to Hotel. After check in, you will visit our office; meet your trekking guide as well as other participants. Later in the evening we will organize a "Welcome Dinner" at an excellent Tourist Restaurant where you will enjoy with a fine meal. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and Trek Preparation

Full day of sightseeing in the very famous capital, Kathmandu.We will be visit the famous heritage sites in Kathmandu.


We will start from your hotel by a morning walk in the blocked alleyways of Kathmandu. Your first contact with the smiling Nepalese people.We begin to cross the nice area of Thamel, full of nice shops, bars and restaurants.

We will see during this walk many temples and stupas: it will be for you the beginning of religious lessons, making the difference between Buddhists stupas and Hindu temples. You will discover with a great surprise how these two religions live together.

We will make a stop at Thahiti Tole, then in front of Kathesimbhu stupa. Always meeting statues and local shops (suits, spices, incenses, and so on) and listening the noise of bells (and of horns), we will see Asan Tole with wonderful Hindu temples.Then Indra Chowk and Pyaphal Tole.After 2 hours of walk and of wonder, we will arrive at Durbar Square.

All the most important monuments of the city are in this area. You will be filled with wonder by all these numerous such majestic and so ancient temples registered in the Heritage of the UNESCO. It is possible to spend hours, sat on the walk of one of these monuments, admiring architecture, considering the animation of places, dreaming.We will take lunch at Durbar Squire the top of a restaurant, with a great plunging view .


You will begin the afternoon by another walk in the streets of Kathmandu, to look at the real face of this city, with local buildings and narrow streets.Then we will arrive at Swayambunath Stupa (Monkey Temple). It is said that Swayambunath Stupa is more than 2,000 years old, and it symbolizes knowledge. At the summit of this hill, the painted eyes on all four sides symbolize the all-seeing power of Buddha. It is an important Buddhist place where pilgrims from all over the world.

From this place we can have a wonderful panoramic view on all the capital. So great at the end of the day, with the sunset. We will come back hotel by bus.

Evening: Time for you to prepare the trek and we introduce in front of you our crew members. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu - Dhunche

After breakfast, Drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche (1966m.) with Tourist Bus, which takes about eight hours. You head north out of Kathmandu driving through scenic foothills and ridge line vistas to Dhunche. The first part of your drive up to Trishuli Bazaar is quite smooth. The path now moves along the gravel road. During the rainy season, the way is sometime blocked due to landslides. Your drive from Kathmandu to the destination is to be made by either local bus or land cruiser.

Day 04: Dhunche – Syabru Gaon

After morning breakfast, Trek from Dhunche to Syabru Gaon (2581m.) which takes about five and half hours. Trek to Syabru Gaon (6950ft, 2120m). The trek today is very leisurely through forests and terraced hill slopes. As you enter Syabru, you descend to the ridgeline that separates the Langtang Khola from the Trisuli River. Syabru is a beautiful village stretched out along the ridgeline. You will continue through the village to your campsite about fifteen minutes beyond on the slopes below the village. The sunset is spectacular, brilliantly back lighting the houses perched on the ridge line above. From here you can enjoy spectacular view of Lantang Lirung (7245m.), Tibetan Himal ranges and so on.

Day 05: Syabru Gaon – Lama Hotel

After breakfast, Trek from Syabru Gaon to Lama Hotel (2470m.) and it takes about five hours. The trail descends along the ridge on Syabru's main street and then drop to the Ghopche Khola (2050 m.) and again descends to the Landslide (1810m.). Afterwards, you trek ascends gently to Rimche (2400m.) through Bamboo (1960m.) and at the end your trail is level to the Lama Hotel. In this route you could see red pandas, monkey and bear if you are lucky. There are few lodges and shops which provides the trekker suppliers.

Day 06: Lama Hotel – Langtang Village

After morning breakfast, Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang village (3430m.) via Ghore Tabela which takes about six hours. As you continue climbing there are occasional glimpses of Langtang Lirung between the trees. At Ghora Tabela [3000m], the trail emerges from the forest. While walking here, you can catch a glimpse of white monkeys and local birds. Once there was a Tibetan resettlement project here, but now it is a Nepalese army post though it has no permanent inhabitants. The trail continues to climb gently and the valley widens, passing a few temporary settlements used by herders who bring their livestock to graze in the high pastures during the summer months. There is a monastery which we can visit shortly before arriving at the village of Langtang, the headquarters of the Langtang National Park. The houses of Langtang and its neighboring villages are of the flat-roofed Tibetan style, surrounded by stone walls enclosing fields of buckwheat, potatoes, wheat, turnips and barley.

Day 07: Langtang Village - Kyangjin

After have a morning breakfast, Trek from Langtang Village to Kyangjin (3870m.) which takes about three hours. The trail climbs gradually through small villages and yak pastures as the valley opens out further and the views become more extensive. After crossing several small streams and moraines, the trail reaches the settlement at Kyangjin. Here there is a small monastery and a government-operated cheese factory. We should arrive at Kyangjin by lunch time allowing time to acclimatize and explore the area. It is a dramatic setting, with snow covered peaks surrounding us in all directions. At this point, you can enjoy the panoramic view of Dorje Larpa (6990m.), Langtang RI (6370m.), and Langtang Lirung (7245m.) and so on.

Day 08: Rest day at Kyangjin Gompa  

This is day to rest and explore the area. You can visit the monastery and the cheese factory, walk up the moraine to see the spectacular ice faces and tumbling glaciers of Langtang Lirung or ascend Kyangjin Ri [4350m], directly behind the village, for a breath-taking panorama of the Langtang peaks.

Day 09: Kyangjin Gompa – Nyengang Kharka

After breakfast, Trek from Kyangjin Gompa to Nyengang Kharka (4430m.) and it takes about five hours. After descending for about twenty minutes you cross a suspension bridge over Langtang Khola and then the trail moves uphill all the way to Nyengang Kharka. On both sides of your path you find juniper shrubs. You can enjoy the views of Langtang Lirung and Langtang Lirung glacier.

Day 10: Nyengang Kharka – Naya Kang High Camp

After breakfast, Trek from Nyengang Kharka to Naya Kang High Camp (4960m.) which takes about four hours. The trail is steep ascent until you reach High Camp. You trek along the rocky and icy glacier. This day also you can enjoy the views of Langtang Lirung, Tserko ri, Ganchenpo peak, Kibgyu Ri, Yansi Tsenji peak and few others.

Day 11: Rest at Naya Kang High Camp

This is an acclimatization day so that you can make preparation for Naya Kang summit.

Day 12: Naya Kang High Camp – Nyengang Kharka

After breakfast, Summit Naya Kang peak and climb back to Nyengang Kharka and it takes about ten hours.

Day 13: Nyengang Kharka – Kyangjin Gompa

After morning breakfast, Trek from Nyengang Kharka to Kyangjin Gompa which takes about four hours. You trek downhill until you cross a suspension bridge over Langtang Khola. Now you ascend for about twenty minutes to reach Kyangjin Gompa.

Day 14: Kyangjin Gompa – Lama Hotel

After having a morning breakfast, Trek from Kyangjin Gompa to Lama Hotel and it takes about six hours. From Kyangjin you retrace your route, following the Langtang Khola to Langtang village and on to Ghora Tabela. After lunch you continue the steep descent to Lama Hotel.

Day 15: Lama Hotel – Syabru Besi

After breakfast, Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi (1600m) via Sherpa Gaon which takes about five hours. The upper part of the trail is more beautiful for the panoramic view of mountains and green hill views. This path is broader and remains sunny through the different Sherpa and Tamang villages. The first half part of the trail is gradually down and then the trail does steeply descent to the Syabru Besi. There was run a project called Chilime Power Plant the main inhabitants belong to Tamang community and they have adopted Tibetan lifestyle.

Day 16: Drive From Syabru Besi - Kathmandu

After having a morning breakfast, Drive from Syabru Besi to Kathmandu by bus, which takes about nine hours.

 Day 17: Kathmandu sightseeing and shopping

Morning after breakfast, we will catch  local bus to go takes 35 minutes from Thamel. We visit Pashupatinath. This temple, classified in the heritage of the UNESCO, is very famous among the Hindus of the whole world. We discover the ghats where take place in the rituals of cremation, according to Hindu tradition, along the sacred river Bagmati. This river throwing itself into the Ganges, a cremation in this place get the same symbolic value as in Varanasi. Stakes and bodies are orientated northward, towards the Himalayas, which is the cradle of the Hindu Gods. Don't take pictures: meditate simply some minutes in the sense of this earth life, and impregnate you with this ambience, so strange according to our Western values.

The access to the Golden temple is only reserved for the Hindus, but it is possible to discover it on the bank of opposite, easy sat on one of the terraces. Both footbridges which cross this river allow to achieve a big series of stone terraces, adorned with dozens sanctuaries of Shiva. We will cross there surely numerous sadhus.

Then we take the hill up, in the middle of monkeys' cloud. We go down towards the imposing temple of Guhyeshwari, where only the Hindus can visit it.

After the crossing of a small hanging bridge, we walk to another site of worldwide heritage: Boudhanath. During this walk, we can see the various lifestyles and styles of houses of this city. We also cross numerous shops: here is the true life of the inhabitants of the capital!

After 30 minutes, we arrive at Boudhanath, which is the seat of the Tibetan community having run away in Nepal in 1959. Millions of Buddhists visit every year this sacred place. Will be possible to us remain insensible to the extraordinary charm of this very spellbinding place!

This large esplanade is encircled with many shops and thirty Tibetan monasteries with marvellous gilding. Let's make turn at pleasure mills, the smallest and the biggest! Which extraordinary vision to see all these believers, young people and old, turning continuously around imposing stupa, by singing mantras, by lighting lamps with oil, and by prostrating itself.

This stupa, of 100 metres of circumference, was undoubtedly constructed at origin in the 7th century. This huge mandala is of an absolute favour. The dome whitened persistently in the lime constitutes the plinth of the gold arrow (to 13 degrees) adorned with the fabulous eyes of Buddha. Every thing makes an absolute harmony.

It is possible to enter inside the surrounding wall of the stupa and to walk on one of the terraces.

We take lunch in Boudhanath, on the terrace of a panoramic restaurant, with plunging view on the stupa and you will be again fascinated by the eyes of Buddha which encircle you at all times! Here is a celestial environment for you!

In the afternoon, leisure to go shopping in search of different gifts for your family and your friends, in Boudhanath and in Thamel.

In the evening, we perform a "farewell dinner" with all members of this walking.

Night at hotel of Kathmandu.

Day 18: Transfer to airport and final departure for onwards Journeys

You are saying good bye to the mountains as your journey in Nepal comes to an end today! There is nothing to do but trade emails with your travel companions and organize your photos. You will be transferred to the Airport before 2 hours of flight with nice farewell. On your way home you'll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal.

Nayakanga is situated in the Langtang Valley, Nayakhang is a shapely mountain that rises to the west of Ganjala pass. The Naya khanga peak is almost 30 kilimeters away from Kathmandu Valley, Hence it is the nearest and can be reached by the bus up to Dhunche and then start trekking to Naya Khang Base Camp. Naya Khang (5,800 meters) is one of the less climbed trekking peaks and does not require technical experience. However, a good level of fitness will increase the climbers' chances of success.There will be a team of Climbing Sherpas to guide and assist the group as necessary and porters to manage the equipment and supplies.We climb this mountain, establishing a high camp, and then follow its north-west ridge to the summit. Great views of Jugal and Langtang Himals await us on the summit. This route offers little technical climbing, but involves some steep snow and ice slopes.

Facilities On Trail : The Langtang Region.

Dhunche: Govt. Hospital Doctor

Syabru: Government Health Post

IT facilities and Telephone


High-Altitude Illness: How to Avoid It and How to Treat It.

Every year millions of people go to the mountains for backpacking, skiing, mountain climbing and other activities. If you're planning a trip to altitudes over 8,000 feet, talk with your doctor about high-altitude illness (also called mountain sickness or altitude sickness).
What causes high-altitude illness?
The higher you climb above sea level, the less oxygen there is in the air. The oxygen level becomes very low at altitudes above 8,000 feet. This causes problems for people who normally live at lower altitudes because their bodies aren't used to working on so little oxygen. If you stay at a high altitude for a long time, your body gets used to the low oxygen level, and you don't get sick from it.

The following are the 3 main types of high-altitude illness:
1. Acute mountain sickness
2. High-altitude pulmonary edema (also called HAPE), which affects the lungs
3. High-altitude cerebral edema (also called HACE), which affects the brain

These illnesses can be serious, but they can also be prevented.

How can I prevent high-altitude illness?

You can do 2 important things to prevent high-altitude illness:
1.Take your time traveling to higher altitudes. When you travel to a high altitude, your body will begin adjusting right away to the lower amount of oxygen in the air, but it takes several days for your body to adjust completely. If you're healthy, you can probably safely go from sea level to an altitude of 8,000 feet in a few days. But when you reach an altitude above 8,000 feet, don't go up faster than 1,000 feet per day. The closer you live to sea level, the more time your body will need to get used to a high altitude. Plan your trip so your body has time to get used to the high altitude before you start your physical activity.

2.Sleep at an altitude that is lower than the altitude you are at during the day. For example, if you ski at an elevation of 10,000 feet during the day, sleep the night before and the night after at an elevation of 8,500 feet.

How do I know if I'm getting high-altitude illness?

Some of the first signs of high-altitude illness are headache, light headacheness, weakness, trouble sleeping and an upset stomach. If you have these symptoms, stop going up or go back down to a lower altitude until your symptoms go away. More severe symptoms include difficulty breathing even while you're resting, coughing, confusion and the inability to walk in a straight line. If you get these symptoms, go to a lower altitude right away and get help from a doctor.

What should I do if I get high-altitude illness?

The best treatment for any of the 3 high-altitude illnesses is to go down to a lower altitude right away. But if you only have mild symptoms, you may be able to stay at that altitude and let your body adjust. If you do this, don't exercise at all--just rest until you feel better.

If you have severe symptoms, go down 1,500 to 2,000 feet right away to see if your symptoms get better. Keep going down until your symptoms go away completely.

Medicines that may be used to prevent or treat the symptoms of severe high-altitude illness include acetaminophen (one brand name: Diam-ox) and nifedipine (one brand name: Procardia).

Don't ignore signs of high-altitude illness. People can die of this if they don't recognize the signs or if they don't believe their illness is caused by the high altitude. When you have signs of high-altitude illness, don't go higher until you feel better and your symptoms have gone away completely.

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