For those seeking an alternative to the more well-known experiences, there is the Ganesh Himal Singla Pass Trek. The obvious reasons to trek this area are its stunning natural scenery, charming mountainside settlements, and the friendly Highlanders.
Also, there are many different types of plants and animals in this area. The months of September through November as well as February through June are the finest times to visit this area. In fact, this region’s low elevation makes it a year-round excursion. The route begins in Kathmandu and goes all the way to Balche. A small town called Balche is situated on the northern and southern limits of the Rasuwa District and the Nuwakot District, respectively. Balche, which is roughly 30 km north of Trishuli, is a town with a sizable bazaar.
Northwest of Kathmandu in Central Nepal is where you’ll find Ganesh Himal. This is one of the less traveled spots where hikers haven’t left many tracks yet. Although a variety of other ethnic groups live in the area, the Tamang community makes up the majority of the population.
The Singla Pass is about 4200 meters above sea level. It offers an amazing vista of the snow-covered summits of the Himalayas. Between Kathmandu and Pokhara, there are three groupings of peaks: Ganesh Himal, Langtang, and the Manaslu, which also includes the Annapurna Range.
At Nepal Alternative Treks and Expedition, we work hard to plan and carry out excursions to different regions of Nepal. To help guests, we have a fantastic group of knowledgeable guides and porters. In order to meet your needs, we offer our best personnel and services. We also make it simple for you to adjust the itineraries to your preference.