Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
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Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

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Trip Facts

  • Max Altitude 5844m / 19180ft
  • Grade Moderate
  • Duration 18 Days
  • Group Size 2 - 15


Nepal’s Naya Kanga Peak (5844 meters) is a stunning trekking peak. Naya Kanga Peak, located in the scenic Langtang region, is easily accessible and suitable for all ability levels. The beautiful peak is also known among the locals as the Ganja La Chuli peak. A wonderful trekking excursion is included in the 15-day Naya Kanga Peak Itinerary.

The Northeastern ridge of Naya Kanga Peak is traversed by snow and ice. The greatest views of Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Surya Mountain, Yala Peak, and others can be seen from this beautiful peak in the Langtang region. It also provides breathtaking views of the Langtang valley, glaciers, mountains, and waterfalls, among other things.

Furthermore, the trail runs through a Rhododendron forest, flatlands, meadows, unusual scenery, and appealing communities for the majority of its length. To reach the summit, we go via the Langtang region’s lonely routes, experiencing Tibetan-influenced culture. Tibetan Buddhism has had a considerable impact on the region, as may be seen.

Best time to do the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Autumn (September, October, and November) and Spring are the best climbing and trekking seasons in the country (March, April, and May). As a result, climbing Naya Kanga Peak is also good during these seasons. The Langtang region will have consistent weather conditions and a pleasant environment during these seasons.


The months of September, October, and November offer the region consistent weather. Trekking and peak climbing are made more enjoyable by the clear skies and unhindered vistas of the snow-capped mountains.

Aside from that, you’ll have access to the best dining and lodging options along the trail. Many notable festivals, like Dashain, Tihar, and others, fall in the Autumn, allowing you to observe the region’s cultural aspects.


In Nepal, spring is a beautiful period for trekking and peak climbing. The months of March, April, and May offer spectacular weather and scenery. The Himalayan snow-capped mountains will be seen from the highest point.

Aside from that, there are gorgeous pathways with Rhododendron flowering throughout the hills, making them crimson and pink. Climbers can take advantage of the clear skies and mild temps, making this a perfect day to go climbing.

How to get to Naya Kanga Peak

After a 6-7-hour trip from Kathmandu, Naya kanga peak climbing begins in Syabrubensi. The climbing guide from Himalaya Journey Treks & Expeditions guided us through the picturesque Bambo valley, Lama Hotel, Langtang valley, Kyanjin Gompa, Tseku Ri, Ganaja la chuli base camp, and ultimately to the summit of the Naya kanga peak. The most common route to Naya Kanga is by the northeast ridge, which is traversed by a line of ice and snow. For the ascent of Naya Kanga, we use the Langtang trek route to Kyangjin (3,749m). There are various hills to the north of Kangjin that give both spectacular views and acclimatization.

Two summits, Yala Peak (5,500m) and Tsergo Peak (5,749m) are located north-east of Kyangjin Ri (4,700m) and provide excellent acclimatization climbing. The North-East Face & North Ridge is the most common route for climbing Naya Kanga. Although the autumn and spring seasons are ideal for Naya kanga expeditions, Himalaya Journey Trekking is available throughout the year, according to travelers’ preferences and vacation schedules.


Day 01

Arrive in Kathmandu

Today you arrive in Kathmandu. And, today our airport representative will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to a three-star hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 02

Drive Kathmandu to Syabru Besi

For a drive to the famed settlement of Syabru Besi, our representative will pick you up from your accommodation in Kathmandu. It takes about 6-7 hours to finish the picturesque journey. Along the highway, you’ll pass through stunning green hills and see attractive communities. The drive follows the riverbanks, stopping for breakfast and lunch at several locations along the way. You will explore the surroundings after arriving at Syabru Besi and spend the night at the hotel.

Day 03

Trek from Syabru Besi to Lama Hotel

From Syabrubesi, we begin our trek. We eat breakfast and then begin walking along the Langtang River. The trail leads us uphill towards the well-known Lama Hotel. We walk through lovely Tamang villages with their characteristic stone dwellings.

Along the trek, you may see spectacular snow-capped mountains. Many Buddhist prayer flags can be found along the way to keep you going on this difficult trek. You can stay overnight at a teahouse in Lama hotel and shoot amazing shots of the area.

Day 04

Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang

We will begin our trip to the famous Langtang village after early morning breakfast, admiring the region’s rich flora and fauna. On our way to Langtang village, we pass via the lovely settlements of Gurmanechok and Ghodatabela. We also walk past a number of water streams, beautiful waterfalls, and green meadows. From Langtang hamlet, you may see beautiful vistas of the Langtang range’s snow-capped mountains. We spend the night in the Langtang village in a teahouse.

Day 05

Trek from Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa

After breakfast, we will get an early start and go to Kyangin Gompa from Langtang. The old Kyangin Gompa serves as the spiritual center of the Langtang region. We climb through a ridge, passing by a big Chorten and a massive mani wall covered with Buddhist prayers. After that, we’ll cross a water stream on our route to Kyanjin Gompa.

Day 06

Rest/Acclimatization at Kyanjin Gompa

Acclimatization is a crucial component of every trekking trip. This procedure aids in the adaptation of our bodies to high-altitude environments and the prevention of altitude sickness. We pay a visit to the Kyangjin monastery, where we pray among other Buddhist temples in the area. You can also visit the well-known yak cheese plant and sample the delectable cheese. Furthermore, the stunning vistas of the Langtang Himal’s snow-capped mountains, icefalls, and flowing glaciers will mesmerize you. Tserko Ri (5000m) hike is also offered. From the peak of Tserko Ri, you can see the entire Langtang range in all its majesty. You will spend the night at the teahouse on the grounds of Kyanjin Gompa.

Day 07

Trek from Kyanjin Gompa to Naya Kanga Base Camp

We begin our trek from Kyanjin Gompa to the Naya Kanga Base Camp after breakfast, crossing through the Langtang Khola below. The trails wind their way through a thicket of Rhododendron and oak trees. To get to the base camp, we travel along a rocky, difficult path. We shall arrive at the verdant fields after climbing sharply for a while. The panoramic views of the beautiful mountains and the yaks grazing on the grasslands are breathtaking. Upon our arrival, we continue to explore the region around the Naya Kanga Base Camp. We’ll spend the night in a tented camp on the grounds of the base camp.

Day 08

Rest/Acclimatization in Naya Kanga Base Camp

Any peak climbing expedition must include acclimatization. This will aid in the adaptation of your body to the high-altitude environment. As a result, on this day, you will relax and acclimate at the Naya Kanga Base Camp. From the base camp, you may enjoy panoramic views of the snow-capped Alps. Explore the region around the base camp and take note of the major features. In the Naya Kanga Base Camp, you will spend the night in a tent.

Day 09

Trek from Naya Kanga Base Camp to High Camp

We begin our trek from Naya Kanga Base Camp after breakfast. The panoramic vistas of snow-capped mountains and lush hills are breathtaking. You can acclimate and explore the surroundings once you get to the high camp. You will arrive at the High Camp after around 7 hours of walking. The breathtaking vistas of the towering mountains give breathtaking scenery. In the High camp, you will spend the night in a tented camp.

Day 10

Attempt to Summit (Extra Day)

On this day, we’ll try to reach the summit. This is an additional day set aside to protect climbers from the effects of inclement weather. To avoid storms at noon, the ascent of the mountain takes place early in the morning. We can descend to base camp while taking in the magnificent views of the mountain range from the summit.

Day 11

Summit Naya Kanga and Back to Base Camp

We begin our peak climbing excursion on the Naya Kanga mountain after an early breakfast. This is the most important day of our excursion, as you will be climbing to the top of Naya Kharka Peak. Climbers will begin their adventure before the sun rises in the morning.
During the afternoon, a strong wind blows, making ascending difficult. As a result, climbers should aim to reach the summit by the afternoon. Climbers can also begin their ascent from the peak’s northern flank.

This exhilarating voyage is not without its own set of hardships and challenges. However, the breathtaking view from the summit will make all your troubles and the difficult journey worthwhile. Photography aficionados can also capture breathtaking images of the region.

The entire Langtang Lirung massif, Yala Peak, Dorje Lakpa, glaciers, Tserko Ri, and other peaks can be seen. You can return to Base Camp after spending some time at the summit and getting beautiful photographs.

Day 12

Base camp - Kyanjin Gompa - Langtang village

We will begin our downward trek from the base camp to the Langtang settlement via the Kyanjin Gompa after breakfast. Today, the trail runs through juniper bushes on both sides. We will arrive at the Kyanjin Gompa after a short walk and then continue walking down to Langtang hamlet. We arrive at the Langtang settlement after a short journey and spend the night at the teahouse.

Day 13

Trek from Langtang to Lama Hotel

After breakfast, we begin our hike from Langtang village to the Lama Hotel. We follow the same route as before, passing past Tamang settlements and forests. The hike provides a different perspective of the mountains we viewed before. We’ll spend the night in Lama Hotel’s teahouse.

Day 14

Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru village

We begin our trek from Lama Hotel to Syabru Besi through Sherpa Gaon after breakfast. We get a panoramic view of mountains and green hills from the pathways. This track is wider and allows you to pass past Sherpa and Tamang settlements. The trail descends gradually at first, then drops steeply to the Syabru Besi (1600m).

In addition, the Chilime Power Plant, a hydropower project in the area, is nearby. The Tamang population and their Tibetan-influenced lifestyle can be observed. Along the trail, we can see the breathtaking Himalayan Mountains. After a five-hour journey, we arrive in Syabru Besi at dusk. We’ll spend the night in Syabrubesi in a teahouse.

Day 15

Trek from Shyabru village to Dhunche

After early morning breakfast, we will begin our hike from Shyabru village to Dhunche. The trail leads us through lovely lower alpine towns. We arrive in Dhunche, a picturesque village, after a 6-7 hour journey. Dhunche is a regional commercial center where we will spend the night in a teahouse.

Day 16

Drive Dunche to Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel

We take a private 4 Wheel Jeep Drive back to Kathmandu after breakfast. The 6-7-hour drive takes you through the region’s magnificent scenic villages and motorways. You can check into your hotel after you arrive in Kathmandu. As our Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary draws to a conclusion, you can take a stroll about the city in the evening, go shopping, and celebrate with dinner.

Note: B+ L+D = Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Please let us know whether you would like to make your itinerary shorter or longer. It can be designed according to your preferences.


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Service Includes and Excludes

Service Included in this Trip

  • All the ground transportation as per itinerary.
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast at 3 to 4 stars level.
  • Meals on full board (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) in trekking and climbing period for you.
  • Seasonable Local fresh fruits.
  • Twin sharing comfortable private room in trekking part and tented camp in climbing part.
  • Trip map.
  • An experienced government licensed holder guide and porters to carry your luggage during the trek.
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment’s, transportation, local tax for Guide and porters.
  • All necessary camping gears like two men tent, kitchen tent, kitchen equipment, mattress while climbing period.
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • All necessary paper works/ permits and national park and conservation entry fee.
  • Climbing permit.
  • Climbing equipment like ice axe, Ice crew, snow bar, climbing rope.
  • Emergency helicopter rescue arrangement which will be paid by your insurance company.
  • TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System).
  • All our government taxes, vat, local tax, tourist service charges.

Service Excluded in this Trip

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (costs roughly USD 12 to USD 15 per person per day) (Except welcome dinner).
  • Normal personal equipment.
  • Personal climbing equipment(Joomer, carabiner lock, carabiner unlock, Harnex belt, Eight finger, helmet, gaiters, Boots, crampons).
  • Nepal Visa fee (visa charge USD 40 and 4 passport photographs for the visa and permit).
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel and rescue insurance.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, excess baggage charges)
  • All kind drinks (hot, cold and alcoholic)
  • Personal shopping and laundry, shower etc.
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver (Tipping is expected).
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on ‘Price Includes’ section.

Trip Info

The trip to Naya Kanga Peak Climbing starts with one’s arrival in Kathmandu then from Kathmandu the trip continues to Besi Sahar and from there to Lama Hotel which is a very famous place in the region. After that the trip continues to Langtang, Kyanjing Gompa, and Naya Kanga Base camp.

Then climbing the Naya Kanga Peak embarks from the base camp. After climbing the peak and reaching the summit the return journey begins from base camp to Kyanging Gompa to Langtang village. Similarly, after trekking through slope hills to Lama Hotel and Syabru village. Then Shyabru village to Dhunche. And, from Dhunche to Kathmandu for the final departure.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to visit the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing?

The best time to visit the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is during the spring and autumn seasons. During this time of the year the weather and climate is suitable and stable. Moreover, if you travel here during the autumn season you will enjoy the biggest festivals of the country Dashain and Tihar.

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Grade A: Easy *

Trekking is essentially day hiking and doesn’t require any special training. However, good physical condition, a love of walking, and a desire to enjoying the spectacular views of the mountains and encounter village life are essential. We offer a diverse range of easy treks. Categorizing a trek as easy means that no difficult climbing or ascents to high altitudes is involved. They take usually no more than a week and are suitable for anyone. Be assured that a loss of altitude in no way means a loss of interesting things to see and experience. While our more challenging treks get you closer to a small number of mountain ranges, lower altitude treks often provide better viewpoints from which to enjoy the colorful horizons of a whole series of ranges. The duration of a trek can be from 4 to 9 days with an average of 4 to 5 hours walking per day. The elevation of the trail will be between 800m/2624ft and 2800m/ 9240ft above sea level.

Grade B: Moderate **

These treks are suitable for any walker looking for something a little more challenging and energetic. They are a combination of some longer and shorter walks and hill-walking experience is desirable. The duration is usually from 10 to 15 days. Following the up and down terrain of Nepal and walking to higher elevations contrasts these treks to those in the easy classification. However, you will be rewarded for your efforts with spectacular close-up views of glaciers and of the high Himalayas. Although the terrain is not difficult, some vigorous hiking experience is useful. There may be up to 6 hours a day on the trail and the elevation rises and falls from 800m/ 2624ft to 4000m/13210ft above sea level.

Grade C: Fairly Strenuous ***

Since the terrain can be hard and the days long, hikers on these treks should be in good physical condition and have some previous mountain walking experience. Steep climbing may be involved, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 16 to 21 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should except to trek above 5416m/17872ft.

Grade D: Strenuous ****

These real adventure treks are both technical and highly strenuous. Excellent physical condition is essential and mountaineering experience is preferable. Following rough terrain, they involve steep ascents to high altitudes with the possibility of some rope climbing. Stamina is needed to complete one of these treks, as it can take from 20 to 28 days to reach the heart of the wildernesses that they transverse. Participants should except to trek above 5600m/18480ft



Nepal is one of the best places in the world for river rafting. Numerous fine rivers offer excellent opportunities for rafting, canoeing and simply immersing oneself in the magnificent landscape. Nepal’s thundering waters, coming from the glaciers of the mighty Himalayan, provide unmatched thrills.


Down Or Fiber Filled Waterproof Jacket And Trousers 1
Fleece Jacket Or Pullover 1
Warm Cotton Trousers 2 Pairs
Shirts And T-Shirts 4 Pieces
Lightweight Cotton Long Pants 3 Pairs
Long Under Wear 2 Pieces
Short Under Wear 4 Pieces
Sun Hat Or Scarf 1
Woolen Hat 1
Sunglasses 1
Lightweight Gloves 1
Rain Coat 1
Heavyweight Gloves Or Mittens With A Waterproof 1


Trekking Boot 1 Pair
Thick Socks 4 Pairs
Light Socks 3 Pairs
Camp Shoes 1 Pair
Sandals 1 Pair

Other Equipments

Sleeping Bag(4seasons) 1
Down Jacket 1
Daypack 1
Water Bottle 1
Sun Cream, Sunglasses
Flashlight With Spare Bulbs, Batteries, Lip Salve, Gaiters.


Insect Repellent Toilet Articles Note Book & Pen Toilet Roll
Laundry Soap Pocket Knife Towel Sewing Kit
Plasters Binoculars Camera Film
Cards And Personal Medical Kit

Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter evacuation, loss of luggage, etc.

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Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is common at high altitudes sickness. In general may occur when people ascend too quickly normally in altitudes of over 3000 m. The symptoms of altitude sickness are due to lower air pressure at high altitudes, which results in lower oxygen levels as you breathe the air in. The air is under less pressure and this makes it harder for your body to get the oxygen out of the air and into the circulation. It’s this extra strain on the body that causes altitude sickness.

Symptoms tend to be worse at night and include headache, dizziness, and lethargy, loss of appetite, nausea, breathlessness and irritability. Difficulty sleeping is another common symptom.



  1. Periods of sleeplessness
  2. Runny nose.
  3. Extra tiredness
  4. Occasional loss of appetite
  5. Feeling laziness
  6. Wish to vomiting
  7. Periodic breathing

Above are normal symptoms which may occur into your body that you should not be worried. Every trekker will experience some or all of these, no matter how slowly they ascend.


  1. Headache and vomiting
  2. Dizziness
  3. Racing heartbeat
  4. Exhaustion
  5. Nausea
  6. Diarrhoea
  7. Loss of apatite
  8. Weakness
  9. Hard to breath
  10. Extra tired
  11. Dry Raspy cough
  12. Sleeplessness

When above symptoms will occur into your body, these symptoms usually resolve by spending one or two extra nights at the same altitude or using medicine. Even you are resting at the same altitude or using medicine, if symptoms are becoming worse, then it is necessary to descend.


  1. Worsening headache and vomiting
  2. Swelling of hands and face
  3. Reduced urine output
  4. Walking with a staggering gait
  5. Confusion
  6. Increased tiredness
  7. Breathing irregularity
  8. Visual hallucinations (seeing things that are not real)
  9. Changes in the ability to think
  10. Changes in normal behavior

If above serious symptoms will occur into your body, these extremely dangerous symptoms are called High Altitude Cerebral Edema (or HACE). They can lead to unconsciousness and death within 12 hours. Increasing shortness of breath, cough and tiredness may also be signs of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema or HAPE. HAPE can also be rapidly fatal if ignored.


  1. If possible, don’t fly or drive to high altitude. Start below 3,000 metres (10,000 feet) and walk up.
  2. If you do fly or drive, do not overexert yourself or move higher for the first 24 hours.
  3. If you go above 3,000 metres (10,000 feet), only increase your altitude by 350 to 500 metres (1,000 feet) per day
  4. Climb high and sleep low! You can climb more than 300 to 500 metres in a day as long as you come back down and sleep at a lower altitude.
  5. If you begin to show symptoms of moderate altitude sickness, don’t go higher until symptoms decrease.
  6. Drink plenty of water, tea or juice etc (at least three to 4 liters per day). Urine output should be copious and clear to pale yellow.
  7. Eat high-carbohydrate foods (rice, pasta, cereal) for more energy.
  8. Take it easy and don’t overexert yourself when you first get up to altitude. But, light activity during the day is better than sleeping because respiration decreases during sleep, exacerbating the symptoms.
  9. Avoid alcohol as it may increase the risk of dehydration, and don’t smoke.
  10. Don’t push yourself when climbing up to passes, rather take plenty of breaks.
  11. Avoid taking sleeping pills.
  12. Avoid active movements and try to relax in the first one or two days upon arrival at the high altitude areas.
  13. Bring adequate medicine.
  14. If nothing else works, return to the areas with the lower elevation.
  15. Allow sufficient time for acclimatization (After 3000 meters).
  16. Don’t make rapid Ascent. Don’t go too far too fast.
  17. Do not trek/travel alone, take guide/porter.
  18. Follow the advice from your guide, hotel, local, guide book.
  19. Descent if mild symptoms rapidly getting worse.
  20. Never leave or descent sick person along.
  21. Avoid getting cold.
  22. Take an easy and comfortable trekking route even if its longer


Following is a list of items you should consider including in your medical kit – consult your pharmacist for brands available in your country.

  1. Aspirin or paracetamol – for pain or fever
  2. Antihistamine – for allergies, eg hay fever; to ease the itch from insect bites or stings; and to prevent motion sickness.
  3. Antibiotics consider including these if you’re traveling well off the beaten track’ see your doctor, as they must be prescribed, and carry the prescription with you.
  4. Loperamides or Diphenoxylate ‘blockers’ for diarrhea’ Prochlorperazine or metaclopramide for nausea and vomiting.
  5. Rehydration mixture to prevent dehydration, eg due to severe diarrhea; particularly important when traveling with children.
  6. Insect repellent, sunscreen, lip balm and eye drops.
  7. Calamine lotion, sting relief spray or aloe vera-to ease irritation from sunburn and insect bites or stings.
  8. Antifungal cream or powder – for fungal skin infections and thrush.
  9. Antiseptic, such as povidone-iodine for cuts and grazes.
  10. Bandages, band-aids or plasters and other would dressings.
  11. Scissors, tweezers and a thermometer (note that mercury thermometers are prohibited by airlines)
  12. Cold and Flu tablets, throat lozenges and nasal decongestant.
  13. Multivitamines – consider for long trips, when dietary vitamin intake may be inadequate.