Observe the different ways of inhabitation, and come in contact with different people following various caste, creed and culture, and thereby pass through the dense forest and meadows, crossing through high highlander pass (4100m), which offers an excellent view of the massif Ganesh Himal (7406m), Langtang (7300m), Annapurna (8091m), fishtail(6990m), manaslu (8163m), Lamjung (6800m) and many more are the day to day activities of the trek.
Between Kathmandu and Phokara are three major groups of peaks: Ganesh Himal, Manasalu and Himchuli, and the large Annapurna Himal. Bounded on the east by Trisuli River and on the west by the Burhi GandakI River, this region includes peak I (7429m) to peak VIIof the Ganesh Himal. It is the Nepal Himalaya on a small scale.
Peak I was the first to be conquered in 1955 by a Swiss-French team which accended from the Sang Jung glaciers at the hight of Chilime Khola. Following a long ban on climbing peak IV (7052m) was conquered in 1978 by a Japanes-Nepal team, peak II (7111m) in 1979 by a Japan-Nepal team again, and peak III (7110m) in 1981 by a West Jerman- Nepal team.
The trek to Ganesh Himal offers great views of Ganesh Himal (7429 meter), Manaslu (8163 meter) and Himalchuli (7540 meter). The spectacular, remote trek to Ganesh Himal follows the least trodden trail far from the madding crowd in the central Himalayan range of Nepal. You walk through the culturally rich unspoiled ethnic villages and dense forest with gorgeous Himalayan flora and fauna on the backdrop of the breath taking mountain range of Ganesh, Manasalu and Langtang are the main attraction on this remote camping trip.
This trekking provides unusual sights of the traditional life story of the people and un-spoilt wilderness.