Naya Kanga (5,846m) mounting higher in a well-formed to the west area of Ganja La is considered as an idyllic destination for the peak climbing among climbers. The way is moderately short in comparison to other popular climbing peaks. However, it includes more technical attention than a lot of other peaks.
We begin by driving through the way lying to the north-west hills. You will be witnessing attractive setting of snowy massifs on the way like Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Mt. Annapurna II, and other slight peaks. Also, the trail passes by way of Bhotekoshi River that gushes down from Tibet next to the Langtang River. The eye-catching view of snowy peak view of Mt. Langtang Lirung (7244m) appears in front of us on the way to Langtang Village. Once you traverse various trivial streams; forested beam bridges plus moraines, you can finally get a sight of the Monastery of Kyanjin monastery and the vivid icefall flowing downhill from the Kimshung as well as Langtang Lirung peaks.
We will depart from Nyengang Kharka to reach Naya Kang High Camp lying at 4960m. The track is vertical rise to arrive at High Camp. You walk along the rock-strewn and glacier. The arresting views of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more will stun the visitors. Ascending to the summit of Naya Kang peak is the most important day and it’s a great sense of delight to reach to the highest peak. The peak offers eye-catching panorama of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more. After celebrating at the peak for some time, we will return back to Nyengang Kharka taking roughly 10 hours.
Langtang, in fact, is a towering Sherpa settlement. Our path of way out from the vale is passing through the classic Ganjala Pass taking us to the Helambu area and descends all the way through the fertile area to Kathmandu valley. Third Eye Adventure designs the Naya Kanga awaring that the climbers must have technical expertise on peak climbing. Also, we bestow all kinds of extensive information that are vital for peak climbing in Nepal.