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.