Trip Introduction: 14 Days Ganesh Himal Ruby Valley Trekking
The higher region of Ganesh Himal is less visited and explored by the main flow of trekkers and adventurers, some areas of massive Ganesh Himal are famous for crude and raw semi and precious stones like the Ruby found near Ganesh Himal.
Hence the name is also tagged and known as Ruby Valley, certainly, a scenic country and the charm and beauty of Ganesh Himal is that only very few groups of trekkers seldom visit, which makes this adventure special.
Like other main popular trek Annapurna, Langtang, and Everest, Ganesh Himal Ruby Valley Trek is almost unknown to most trekkers, due to its remote location and much isolation from main villages and human habitation.
Due to the complete isolation and Mountain wilderness where trekkers need to carry camping equipment and other provisions like food, different units of the kitchen with cooks and helpers, along with guides and porters to ferry camping gear and baggage.
Ganesh Himal Ruby Valley Trekking begins with an exciting overland journey to reach the Central part of the country at Gorkha district, around the low sub-tropical River valley within farm villages at Arughat.
Adventure heads east on crossing over the Buri-Gandaki River and further, the walk is more of an exploration rather than normal trekking, as route leads to unknown countries where few visitors seldom venture.
The walk leads through many scattered farm villages where one can witness the local culture of hill tribes, mainly populated by Tamang and some Gurung and Magar people of both Buddhism and Hindu religions.
Enjoying time around rural villages and then slowly walk enters into the lovely scenic Ruby Valley with magnificent views of the towering Ganesh and Manaslu Himal range with Annapurna and Langtang Himal towards the far west and east horizon.
Trek heads into a beautiful dense forest of tall rhododendron, magnolia, oaks, pines, and fir trees with some bamboo thickets, which makes excellent habitation for wild animals such as elusive and endangered Red Panda, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, and mountain antelopes.
As the adventure progress with a steep climb top, the highest point of the trek reaching Sing-La Pass rises above 4, 050 m, and is 13,288 feet high, offering a glorious panorama of Central and Western Himalayan peaks with close views of Ganesh Himal.
On completing our major highlights in perfect wilderness and solitude, and relive the days with overnights in nice camping sites facing views of wonderful scenery in the harmony of lovely forest surroundings.
Adventure gradually comes to an end on reaching back into farmland and hill villages with a final halt at Trisuli Bazaar, a headquarters town of Nuwakott, located North West of Kathmandu valley and the nearest district from the capital.
At Trisuli Bazaar take a short drive of a few hours to reach into hustle and bustle of city life of Kathmandu, and then conclude our marvelous adventure of memorable experience on Ganesh Himal Ruby Valley Trekking.
- This trip departs every day of the year.
- This trip is fully customizable. We can customize the trip as per your need, please contact us.
- This trip is available on both a Fixed Departure and a Private Group Basis.
- This trip can be booked privately if you’re traveling solo or privately or with family.
- Have a big group? We can help as per your needs.
- We can help you make it fit your budget.
- we accept instant bookings and online payments.
Best Season for Ganesh Himal and Ruby Valley Trekking.
Nearly all months of the year except the monsoon wet and rainy times from mid-June to early September, including middle December to February months of the winter season.
The very best time for this marvelous adventure is the spring season from March to May when days are clear most of the month’s chances of light rain and snow sometimes in the late afternoon. Cold in the morning and night time, but very scenic with wildflowers in seasonal bloom especially tall trees to bush rhododendron, magnolia, and other bright flowers.
The day is clear for grand views of snow peaks and with much longer sunlight hours during the spring season, the next best season is autumn/fall to pre-winter from the middle month of September to early December.
Although much colder mornings and evening time, with short sunlight hours due to autumn and near winter, most days are bright and clear for mountain views and walks with the bright starry night sky. Chances of snow in higher areas sometimes.