Viewed from the hill above Kyangjin Gompa in the Langtang Valley, Naya Kanga is a shapely mountain rising to the west of the Ganja La (5122m/16800ft) which is a popular, although at times difficult, pass giving access to Helambu and the Kathmandu Valley. The normal route of ascent on Naya Kanga is via the North-East Ridge, an aesthetic line on snow and ice, classically alpine in character.
The Langtang valley lies roughly thirty kilometers north of Kathmandu quite close to the border with Tibet. Indeed one of the rewards of gaining the Ganja La of the summit of Naya Kanga is the superb views of peaks close to or in Tiber. The stunning panorama looking north-east over peaks in the Jugal Himal includes Lanshisa Ri (6370m/ 20899ft), Penthang Ri (6836m/ 22428ft), and Pemthang Karpo Ri, or Dome Blanc (6830m/ 22412ft), to Shishapangma (8046m/26398ft) which is the highest peak in Chinese territory and the last of the 8,000metre summits to be climbed.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2: Details information regarding about the trip for basic preparation and make a permit.
Day 3: Drive Kathmandu to Syabru besi.
Day 4: Shyabru besi - Lama Hotel.
Day 5: Lama Hotel - Langtang.
Day 6: Langtang - Kyanjing Gompa.
Day 7: Kyanjing Gompa rest/acclimatization.
Day 8: Kyanjing Gompa - Naya Kanga Base camp.
Day 9: Naya Kanga rest in Base camp.
Day 10: High camp.
Day 11: Attempt to summit (extra day).
Day 12: Summit Naya Kanga and back to Base camp.
Day 13: Base camp - Kyanging Gompa - Langtang village.
Day 14: Langtang - Lama Hotel.
Day 15: Lama Hotel - Syabru village.
Day 16: Shyabru village - Dhunche.
Day 17: Drive Dunche to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
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