Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

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Trip Duration

16 Days

Nature of Trip

Climbing

Maximum Altitude

5844m

Difficulty Grade

Challenging

Start & End Point

Kathmandu/Kathmandu

Best Seasons

March-July, Sep-Nov,

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Transportation

Jeep

Accommodation

Tents/Guest house

Naya Kang peak climbing highlights.

  • Naya Kanga peak climbing is recognized as the Ganja La Chuli.
  • It lies over the frozen Himalayan Lake- Gosainkund.
  • The Naya Kanga peak Climbing trip is joined by the Langtang Valley Trekking.
  • Naya Kanga peak Summit offers astonishing views of Langtang Lirung (7246m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m), Langtang II (6571m)

Overview of Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Naya Kang Peak Climbing (5844m) is in the Langtang National Park region. It is recognized as Ganja La Chuli. The Naya Kanga peak climbing is in the high Himalayan landscape in northern Nepal. It is located over the Langtang Valley and south of the Gosaikunda frozen lake.

The Naya Kanga Peak climbing trip is connected with the Langtang Valley Trekking in Nepal. The Nayakang peak climbing trail goes through the Oak and rhododendron forest of the Langtang National Park. Naya Kang’s peak climbing season starts in March, April, May, October, and November.

Boundless Adventure arranges climbing trips for 2024 and 2025. It provides information on the Naya Kanga peak climbing, an itinerary, cost details, and a peak climbing itinerary. Contact us by email or WhatsApp at +977-9851033819 now.

Well, if you lack time, we can drop you off and pick you up at the Kyanging gumba by helicopter.

Naya Kang peak climbing package

The Naya Kang peak climbing package offers beautiful views of the local geography and landscape. From the top of Naya Kang, you can see Langtang Lirung (7246m), Lenpo Gang (7083m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m), Langtang II (6571m), the mighty Shishapangma (8027m), and the Ganesh Himal range. The northeast ridge over a line of rocky glaciers is a popular route to summit the Naya Kang peak.

The best way to acclimatize is to travel to Nayakang, climb in the Langtang Valley, and visit Kyanjin Monastery. Hiking towards Kyanjin-Ri is not only for acclimatization but also for a scenic and wonderful trip. Then, the camp is set on the yak pasture of Negang (4000m).

It is a Superb climbing trip with professional Nayakang climbing guides and information. Similarly, the Naya Kang Climbing Peak starts from Kathmandu and drives to Syabrubesi, a gateway to the Langtang region. It is a fantastic trip through the rich geography of the Langtang National Park with flora and Fauna.

Boundless Adventure is a leading climbing trip operator local company that organizes several climbing activities on the peaks and Himalayas of Nepal. We provide experienced guides, Naya Kanga Peak Climbing information, and an experienced guide and team for a successful Naya Kanga peak climbing trip. Please contact us for more detailed information on Naya Kanga peak climbing.

Climbing Equipment

You should share whatever equipment you have for Naya Kang peak climbing with us first, and we will discuss the cost of Naya Kanga peak climbing in more detail. Because climbing boots cannot be found in your size, we suggest you buy climbing boots yourself. Still, check out the equipment list.

Itinerary of Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Boundless Adventure offers a 14-day itinerary package for Naya Kang Peak Climbing. The expedition to Naya Kanga Peak climbing begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi and ends with a drive through the same route. The itinerary includes one day for acclimatization at the Kyanjin to let climbers adjust to changing temperatures.

The climb to Naya Kanga Peak covers the trek in the Langtang Valley. The trail passes through prominent villages, including Lama Hotel, Kyanjin, and others in the Langtang National Park area. However, the itinerary is customizable, and we don’t mind customizing it according to our client’s preferences.

Day
01

Day: 01 Arrive at Kathmandu airport (1345m)

Car

20 minute

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Not Included

Accommodation

Hotel

You will commence your first step on your journey to Naya Kanga by arriving in the Neal from your home country. Upon your arrival, a team member from Boundless Adventure will be outside the airport to welcome you. Our representative will greet you and take you to your hotel. After checking in at your hotel, take time to rest and relax. In the evening you can come directly to our office. Otherwise, we are okay with visiting your hotel to debrief you on the upcoming journey. Your overnight stay and dinner are at the Hotel of Kathmandu.

Day
02

Day: 02 Drive to Syabrubesi (1503m)

Bus

8-9 hour

Overnight

Syabrubesi

Food

Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Pack your backpack and get ready for the beginning of your journey to Naya Kanga Peak. If you have chosen a private vehicle, we will pick you up from your hotel, but if you have selected a public vehicle, you must go to the Buspark to drive towards Syabrubesi. The drive travels through Nepal’s diverse landscape, offering glimpses of its natural beauty.

The road is blacktop until reaching to Dunche, and after Dhunche, the road is gravel. Also, you will drive through a shared jeep from Dhunche to reach Syabrubeshi. The distance from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi is 122km, which requires 8-9 hours of driving. Your overnight stay and evening meal are at the tea house of Syabrubesi.

Day
03

Day: 03 Trek to Lama Hotel (2480m)

Hiking

5-6 hour

Overnight

Lama Hotel

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Wake up in the fresh air in a place of raw beauty. At the tea house where you are staying, you’ll have a fresh and delicious morning meal. After breakfast, strengthen your leg to start trekking. The day’s final destination is Lama Hotel, which is 2480m. The trek to the Lama Hotel commences with a descent towards the Bhote Koshi River and follows Langtang Khola (river). Throughout the walks, you can hear the sound of chirping birds and meandering rivers, making the trek thrilling.

The trail passes through dense forests of oak and rhododendrons and passes several suspension bridges. On the way, you may encounter monkeys and deer. The 5-6 hours walk from Syabrubesi takes you to Lama Hotel. Bamboo and Rimche are the prominent villages you will walk through before reaching Lama Hotel— overnight and dinner at the tea house of Lama Hotel.

Day
04

Day: 04 Trek to Langtang village (3,430m)

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Langtang Village

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

You will depart from Lama Hotel after a hearty meal at the tea house. The destination for the fourth day is Langtang village, which lies at 3430m. The trail begins with a gradual ascent through dense oak, maple, and rhododendron forests. The trail reaches Ghoda Tabela (Horse Stable) after walking from the Lama Hotel for a few hours. Passing through the trail with mani walls, chortens, and prayer wheels, you will reach Langtang Gompa.

You can take time to explore the Gompa. Then, continuing the trail, you will reach Langtang village. The trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang village offers eye-appealing views of Mount Langtang Lirung and other mountain peaks. Passing the suspension bridge is another highlight of the trek. It takes 5-6 hours to reach Langtang village from Lama Hotel. You will have lunch and a pleasant overnight at a tea house in Langtang village.

Day
05

Day: 05 Trek to Kyanjin (3830m)

Hiking

3-4 hours

Overnight

Kyanjin

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Another exciting morning begins with a warm meal at Langtang Village. After breakfast, you will kick off the trail towards Kyanjin Gompa. The trail passes through rhododendrons and bamboo forests along the Langtang River bank. The chortens, mani walls, and prayer flags on the way enhance your trek.

Passing through beautiful settlements of the Langtang region and several suspension bridges, you will reach Kyanjin at an elevation of 3830m within 3-4 hours of walking from Langtang Village. The village is famous for its monastery, which is significant to the area’s inhabitants. Your dinner and sleepover will be at the tea house in Kyanjin.

Day
06

Day: 06 Kyanjing Acclimatization Day

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Kyanjin

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

You are already above 3000m and still need to reach higher. At higher elevations, altitude-related issues are the primary concern. Acclimatization helps to adapt to the changing temperature. Thus, acclimatization is a crucial part of trekking and climbing in high altitudes. Day six is for your acclimatization and exploration day at Kyanjin.

On the acclimatization day, you can hike up to Kyanjin Gompa, which lies at 4400m. The Kyanjin Ri is the finest viewpoint of the Langtang Valley, offering a bird’ s-eye view of the area of Langtang National Park. From the Kyanjin Ri, you can admire magnificent views of Mount Langtang Lirung, Yala Peak, Tserko Peak, Langtang Lirung Glacier, Changbu, and Yubra.

After a pleasant short day hike, you will return to Kyanjin village for a night. You can also utilize the acclimatization day by visiting nearby monasteries and local areas.

Day
07

Day: 07 Trek to Nayakang Base Camp (4600m)

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Naya Kang Base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

Wake up with the fresh energy of the previous day’s acclimatization day. Finish your breakfast and tie your shoelaces for the first step toward Naya Kang Summit. The day’s final destination is Naya Kang Base Camp at 4600m.

The climbing section is quite adventurous, involving passing through rocky paths and moraines. However, the views along the way are breathtaking, with sights of mountains and glaciers. The trail also consists of a section passing through oak forests and lush rhododendrons. A 5- 6 hour climb from Kyanjin takes you to Nayakang Base Camp, which lies on a small plateau south of Kyanjin.

The Base Camp of Naya Kang doesn’t have a tea house facility. Thus, you must spend a night in a tented camp. Our climbing crew will fix a tent for you at the Naya Kang base camp, and our cook will prepare a delicious meal for you.

Day
08

Day: 08 Climb up to Naya Kang High Camp (4960m)

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Naya Kang High Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

Today’s climb takes you one step closer to your final destination. After our cook prepares a morning meal, you will begin climbing towards Naya Kang High Camp. Today’s walk is adventurous, with rocky paths, crossing a glacier, and steep ascents. The climb is physically demanding, so you must be healthy and listen to your body.

One remarkable part of the climb is the panoramic views of the Langtang range, including Mount Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and others. During the climb, you can also witness some rare wildlife species.

Once you reach the High Camp, our climbing crew will set up the camp for your night stay. The climb from Naya Kang Base Camp to Naya Kang High Camp is 5-6 hours. Enjoy a comfortable night and a hearty dinner in the tent. However, before sleeping, your guide will describe the next day’s climb.

Day
09

Day: 09 Summit Naya Kang peak (5844m) and back to Naya Kang Base Camp

Hiking

10 hours

Overnight

Naya Kang Base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

Finally, the day has arrived when you climb to the Summit of Naya Kang Peak. You must start your climb at around 3-4 a.m. with a headlamp and a packed lunch. You need to make your equipment ready as it finally comes into use. After 6-7 hours of adventurous climbing with the accompanying spectacular mountain peak, you will get to the summit of Naya Kang.

Getting to the top of the Naya Kang is like stepping foot in heaven. Your feelings of accomplishment are indescribable. Mount Langtang Lirung (7246m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m), Lenpo Gang (7083m), and Langtang II (6571m) are mesmerizing from the top of NayaKang. Likewise, the mighty Shishapangma (8027m) and the Ganesh Himal range are eye-catching from the summit of Naya Kang. Furthermore, you will get a jaw-dropping sight of numerous glaciers from the Naya Kang Peak.

After appreciating the view from the top of Naya Kang and celebrating your success, you will descend to Naya Kang Base Camp for an overnight stay. You will descend through the same route taken during the trail to the Summit of Naya Kang. You will walk approximately 10 hours on this day. You will spend the night and have dinner at the tent.

Day
10

Day: 10 Trek to Kyangjin Gompa

Hiking

4-5 hours

Overnight

Kyanjin

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Congratulations, you succeeded in climbing to the peak of Naya Kang. Now, you must return from the journey. After breakfast at Naya Kang Base Camp, you will descend towards Kyanjin Gompa. It is a 4-5 hour walk from Naya Kang to Kynjin Gompa. You can rest after getting to Kyanjin Gompa. Your overnight stay and dinner will be at the tea house of Kyanjin.

Day
11

Day: 11 Trek back to Lama Hotel

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Lama Hotel

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Wake up and get ready to return to the Lama Hotel. After breakfast, you will begin your descent by following the Langtang River. The trek involves walking through the Tamanag settlements, where you can interact with the locals. The trail passes through juniper bushes and rhododendron forest. Langtang village, Ghoda Tabela, and Chhunama are the prominent villages you will walk through before reaching Lama Hotel. The descent from Kyajin to Lama Hotel takes 5-6 hours. You will spend a night and have dinner again at the Lama Hotel.

Day
12

Day: 12 Trek to Syabrubesi

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Syabrubesi

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

The twelfth day is the final walking day in the Langtang Valley. With a warm breakfast at the Lama Hotel’s tea house, you will set off for the Syabrubesi. You will descend via the Sherpa Gaon to get Syabrubesi. You will walk through the rhododendron and bamboo forest, where you can see numerous wildlife. After passing Sherpa goan, you will enter the Tamang communities, allowing you to get involved in various ethnic groups in Nepal. Mountain peaks are indeed the highlight of your trek, creating a thrilling return. Five hours of walk from Lama Hotel brings you to Syabrubesi, where you will stay for the day’s accommodation and dinner.

Day
13

Day: 13 Drive back to Kathmandu

Bus

8-9 hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast, and Lunch

Accommodation

Hotel

Say goodbye to Langtang village. You will drive back to Kathmandu today. After breakfast, we will pick you up from Syabrubesi. You will drive to Dhunche from Syabrubesi by shared jeep, and afterward, you will drive through a public bus. The road is the same one you had previously traveled on. An 8-9 hours scenic drive takes you to Kathmandu. Your overnight and dinner are at the Kathmandu Hotel. 

Day
14

Day: 14 Final Departure

It’s time to say goodbye to you. It is your departure day; if you have more than one, let us know, and we will arrange another exclusive trip for you in Nepal. As per the time you provide, our representative will pick you up from your hotel and drop you off at the airport by saying goodbye. Boundless Adventure hopes that you enjoyed the excursion. See you soon. Have a safe flight.

What's Included?

  • Airport picks up and drops by car/van/bus.
  • Kathmandu Heritage sightseeing (option)
  • Accommodation and meals are offered three times a day during the trip.
  • Highly experienced, helpful, and friendly Trekking and climbing guide, porters (1 porter for two people), their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, and equipment.
  • Langtang National Park Entry Permit and Peak Climbing Permit.
  • TIMS card.
  • Government taxes.
  • All ground transportation.
  • Each person needs one trekking/climbing map.

What's Excluded?

Route Map

Route Map

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

Naya Kang Peak is in Langtang Valley of Nepal at the Bagmati province. The peak lies within the Langtang National Park and south of the Gosaikunda Lake. In the Rasuwa district, the Naya Kang Peak is North of the Kathmandu Valley. Also known as Ganja La Chuli, the peak is near the Tibetan border. Situated south of Langtang Lirung and west of Shishapangma, Naya Kang Peak is a popular climbing destination for mountaineers.

Spring ( post-monsoon) from March to May and Autumn (Post-monsoon) from September to November are suitable times for climbing Naya Kang Peak. The time offers favorable conditions for peak climbing with fewer challenges. Spring and Autumn bring mild temperatures and clear skies, making it ideal for peak climbing in Naya Kang.

The cost of Naya Kang Peak Climbing can vary depending on factors such as the duration of the expedition, any additional services, and customization of the itinerary. The size of the group also affects the cost. The price of the climbing package covers accommodation and three times meals throughout the journey. The price of the package covers all the permits and necessary paperwork for the expedition, trekking and climbing guides, porters, and all ground transportation.

The itinerary of a Naya Kang peak climbing is 14 days. Boundless Adventure has carefully made the itinerary involving acclimatization day and adjustable trekking hours. Per the itinerary, the first day is for arrival in Nepal, and on the second day, the expedition begins with a drive to Syabrubesi. On the third day, the trek starts towards Lama Hotel and passes via Langtang village on the fourth day and Kyanjin on the fifth. Day six is an acclimatization day at Kyanjin. From the seventh day, the trek continues through Nayakang Base Camp on eight days, Naya Kang High Camp on the ninth day, and the summit of Naya Kang Peak on the tenth day. Afterwards, the journey returns through the same trail.

Each step to Naya Kang Peak is eye-appealing and provides a stunning panorama of the surrounding area. However, one of the major attractions during the hike includes the sight of majestic mountain peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Lenpo Gang, Langtang II, Shishapangma, and the Ganesh Himal range.

Yes, permits are mandatory for climbing Naya Kang Peak. The Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card, Langtang National Park Entry Permit, and Naya Kang Peak Climbing Permit are mandatory permits for climbing Naya Kang Peak. Climbers should obtain those permits from the different Nepali tourism departments. However, without worries, Boundless Adventure provides those permits on their client’s behalf.

Booking the Naya Kang Peak climbing is easy and convenient. One of the easiest ways to book is through the online booking process via Boundless Adventure’s website. However, if you have any special requests, contact us on WhatsApp at +977 9851033819, and we’ll book your expedition according to your preference.

Naya Kang Peak climbing is one of the most adventurous climbs in the Langtang region. The technical climbing section, steep sections, trail with Crevasses, and Icefalls make the climb one of the adventurous ones. Likewise, the higher elevation and requirement for good physical fitness make climbing to Naya Kang challenging.

The Naya Kang Peak is 5844m/ 19173 ft above sea level, one of the most challenging peaks. Due to its higher elevation, altitude-related issues are the primary concern during the climb. Thus, climbers should acclimatize correctly, stay hydrated, and listen to their bodies while climbing.

For Naya Kang Peak climbing, climbers must pack appropriately with the right equipment to ensure safety, comfort, and success. Clothing with a base layer, an insulating layer, an outer layer, a lower body, an upper body, headwear, handwear, and footwear is essential for Naya Kang. Likewise, technical equipment, including Climbing ropes, climbing harnesses, ice axes, crampons, helmets, carabiners, and ascenders, is necessary for the climb. Also, we suggest packing personal items and miscellaneous items.

Reviews on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

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Based on 85 Reviews


Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
Amilcar Fernández
Argentina

Remarkable peak climbing with Boundless Adventure

My first experience with Boundless Adventure on a Naya Kang Peak climbing was remarkable. I chose them based on my colleague’s recommendation, and the team didn’t disappoint me. Mr. Dambar Khadka is a gentleman who is very humble and knows how to satisfy every client’s needs. Our climb was also unforgettable. Our excursion began with a ride from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. Walking through Langtang National Park daily with 5-6 hours of work, we get to the summit of Naya Kang in eight days. Throughout the trip, we were well-cared and supported. I Will definitely choose Boundless Adventure for my next adventure in Nepal.

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Simon Barragan
Austria

Amazing Experience

Hi, I am Simon from Austria. I just finished my expedition with Boundless Adventure with my friends. Undoubtedly, our friend group had an amazing time climbing the Langtang region’s Naya Kang Peak. Our journey started with a drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. Then, our trek begins towards Lama Hotel, Langtang village, Kyanjin Gompa, Nayakang Kharka,  Nayakang High Camp, and our destination,  Nayakang Peak. The climbing part of reaching Naya Kang Peak was adventurous, but we succeeded with perseverance, teamwork, and our guide’s excellent guidance. The memories created during the journey have occupied a special place in my heart. Thanks to Boundless Team for your valuable support— highly recommended trekking agency.

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Hudson Smith
USA

Highly recommended destination and trekking agency

We climbed Naya Kang Peak this April with Boundless Adventure, and the journey was exceptional. Choosing Boundless Adventure for our expedition was the best decision we had made. From the time we massaged the team to the final departure, Mr. Dambar cared for us like a family member. Our guide and porter were also kind and humble. We spent 13 days in the Langtang region, but the memories were created for a lifetime.

That’s not like the climb was only fun and full of natural beauty. The final section was challenging, yet the calmness of our guide made us believe in ourselves and succeed in our climb. Nonetheless, panoramic views of Langtang Lirung, Lenpo Gang, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang II, Shishapangma, and Ganesh Himal range from Naya Kang summit made us forget the challenges faced during the climb. Langtang Valley, especially Naya Kang Peak, is a must-explored destination in Nepal.

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