Lower Ganesh Himal is a range of mountains skyline in the west from Kathmandu. Ganesh is the name of the Elephant-headed Hindu God regarded as a God for good fortune. Lower Ganesh Himal trek is a moderate level of trekking but has a magnificent experience to offer for people who are tight with their schedules.
Lower Ganesh Himal is a belt of Ganesh Himal range widely spread throughout our journey. The Trek starts from Kathmandu in a tourist bus or van driving on black-topped roads with Trishuli River on one side. Further, trekkers experience the real Nepal communities of diverse ethnicities like Tamang, Dalit, Chhetri, and Bahun.
After 7 hours of a long drive from Kathmandu, Satdobato becomes the overnight stay for the trekkers. The lower belt of Ganesh Himal called Lower Ganesh Himal starts from here. The next day after having your early lunch, the hiker step-up for 5 hours of long walk encountering a beautiful smile from locals. The Green terrace farming and people working on the farm also introduce you to traditional farming.
Trek to Lower Ganesh Himal gives an immense cultural experience with its decorated small Buddhist monastery on one side and the beautiful Hindu temple on the other side of a small river. Similarly, the small Buddhist chortens decorated with colorful prayer flags and piled prayer stones appeal to trekkers to capture the moments. The scenic views, beautiful stupas, and welcoming smiles are worth taking photographs to capture the moments of the Lower Ganesh Himal Range.
On the way, not only you get to see the beautiful and spectacular peaks of Langtang and Ganesh Himal but also the dominating Tamang cultures. This is why trek to Lower Ganesh Himal is considered full of complete experience because it offers diverse terrain, beautiful and scenic views, and preserved culture of ethnic groups along with the majestic views of snow-covered mountains.
Descending down to Jyamrung village, trekkers see the majestic and captivating range of the Ganesh Himal. The peaks (Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV) covered in snow stand firm like a clear crystal-forming its Ganesh Himalayan Massif. Lower Ganesh Himal trek has a lot to offer especially during the stay at Jyamrung village where you can experience the lifestyle of locals. It is a life-changing experience for those who love to get involved with locals in cooking, collecting firewood, and other activities. You can also visit the micro-hydro power, the village’s health center, and school.
Drive to Trishuli Bazar alongside the River.
Great Views of Langtang and Ganesh Himal
Experience of traditional homestays and culture.
The scenic beautiful natural landscape.
Experience the traditional lifestyle.
Visit small gompas and monasteries.
Feel the freshness of the atmosphere in the village.