Ganjala Pass
Ganjala pass is one of sweet trekking in the Mt. Langtang region in the Rasuwa district of Nepal as you find the rare history of Buddhist religion with the beautiful and interesting culture and society of Tibetan people as they introduce themself as Tamang and sherpa. this trek starts from Sybru Bensi, and ends at Melamchi Bazzar of Sindhupalchok district. So from Sybrubesi, the journey is follow along the edge of Langtang river to the east until Kyanching Gompa at (3,049.). in about 5 km to the south of Kyanching Gompa the Naya Kanga peak at (5,846m) is available and to the south east, Ponggen Dopku at(5,930m) is there. Mt. Langtang Lirung at (7245m ) has surrounded to the Kyanching Gompa on the west, Yala peak on the north , Dorje Lakpa(6966m), Urkeinmang(6387m), Loenpo Gang (6979) and Kangchenpo on the north-east. A couple thing are interestingly found there In Kyanjing Gompa is a Buddhist monastery which has taken an long history of Buddhism and a cheese factory which was stablished in 1955 Bc by the Swiss Association as aim for Technical Assistance to the travelers. crossing through the pass the spectacular views of Langtang Lirung and the Tibetan peaks are amazing.The Ganjala Pass at(5,122m ) is the highest point in the langtang trek. Nearly end of the ganjala pass, about 100m of the path is needed a very careful walk. and another 1000m descent path will requires a very good care too. But apart from that all the remain way is easy and comfortable. as long the ganjala lies at high elevation and remote place the final three days to the pass face a slightly difficult because no availability of human settlements or no lodges are available to spend the night so the trekkers should manage their own safety for the night spend and the food requires. So this 13 days trek to have as camping treks is the better ideas to the region.

12 days in the mountains which includes accommodation and 3 meals a day.
3 nights of accommodation in city (Kathmandu and Pokhara) with breakfast.
All transportation including Airport pick up and drop off.
Annapurna Conservation Area trekking permit and a Tourist Information Management System (TIMS) Card.
Government-licensed, English speaking guide.
Porter service (one porter for every two people).
All government and local taxes.

Nepal entry visa at Immigration at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA)
Trekking gear rental like sleeping bags, down jackets, trekking poles, etc.
All kinds of drinks and snacks.