Naya Kanga Peak(5846m) Climbing

Trip ID: AE742
Trip Duration 16 Days
Destination Naya Kanga Summit
Group Size Min - 2 Persons
Accomodation Hotel / Lodge / camping
Maximum Altitude 5846M
Trip Difficulty Challenging

Trip Overview

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing: Your Ultimate Adventure Guide

Introduction to Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing in Nepal offers a unique and thrilling adventure for trekkers and climbers alike. Standing at 5,844m, this peak in the Langtang Region is one of the least climbed and easiest trekking peaks in Nepal. With experienced guides, accommodation, meals, and climbing gear provided, adventurers can embark on a 15-day journey to conquer this majestic summit. The opportunity to customize the trip allows for a personalized experience, while strict booking terms and safety measures ensure a safe and enjoyable expedition. For those seeking a memorable and challenging climb in the picturesque landscapes of Nepal, Naya Kanga Peak is a must-visit destination.

Why Choose Naya Kanga for Your Next Climbing Adventure?

Naya Kanga Peak, standing proudly at 5,844m in the Langtang Region of Nepal, offers a perfect blend of adventure and natural beauty for climbers of all levels. Unlike the more crowded peaks in the Everest and Annapurna regions, Naya Kanga provides a serene and untouched climbing experience.

The Langtang Region is renowned for its stunning landscapes, including lush forests, rugged terrain, and panoramic views of snow-capped peaks. Trekkers on the Naya Kanga expedition can immerse themselves in the local culture of the Sherpa and Tamang ethnic groups, adding a unique cultural experience to their climbing adventure.

The Natural Beauty of the Langtang Region

The Langtang Region is a hidden gem in Nepal, offering a diverse range of landscapes from rhododendron forests to alpine meadows. As climbers make their way towards Naya Kanga Peak, they are treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan range, including Langtang Lirung and Dorje Lakpa. The region is also home to diverse wildlife, adding to the allure of the trekking and climbing experience.

The Challenge and Reward of Climbing Naya Kanga

While Naya Kanga is considered one of the easier trekking peaks in Nepal, it still presents climbers with a challenging ascent that requires a good level of fitness and climbing skills. The summit offers unrivaled views of the Langtang Valley and surrounding peaks, making the effort and determination required to reach the top all the more rewarding. Climbers can bask in the sense of achievement and take in the stunning vistas before descending back to the tranquil surroundings of the Langtang Region.

Planning Your Naya Kanga Expedition

Embarking on a Naya Kanga Peak climbing expedition in Nepal is a thrilling and awe-inspiring adventure that requires careful planning. From choosing the right tour operator to preparing for the climb, there are several key factors to consider to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience.

Choosing the Right Tour Operator

When selecting a tour operator for your Naya Kanga Peak climbing expedition, it is essential to choose a reputable company that prioritizes customer satisfaction and safety. Two well-known operators that offer this expedition are Ice Cap Adventure and Mountain Mart Treks & Expedition.

Ice Cap Adventure vs. Mountain Mart Treks & Expedition

Ice Cap Adventure is known for its range of trekking and peak-climbing expeditions in Nepal, with a focus on cultural experiences and natural beauty. They offer online booking services and a variety of adventure activities, including rafting, cycling, and paragliding. On the other hand, Mountain Mart Treks & Expedition specializes in the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Expedition, providing a 15-day trekking and climbing journey in the Langtang Region. Each operator has its own unique offerings, so it is important to research and decide which one aligns best with your preferences and needs.

What to Expect During the Climb

As you embark on your Naya Kanga Peak climbing expedition, it is important to be prepared for the challenges and rewards that come with climbing a peak standing at 5,844m. Understanding what to expect during the climb can help you better prepare mentally and physically for the journey ahead.

Preparation and Requirements

Before setting out on your expedition, make sure you have a valid passport, visa, and travel insurance. Additionally, ensure that you are physically fit and prepared for the rigors of high-altitude climbing. The package provided by the tour operator should include accommodation, meals, experienced guides, and climbing gear. Consider customizing the trip to better suit your preferences and needs.

Accommodation and Meals

During the climb, you can expect to stay in various accommodations along the route, ranging from teahouses to campsites. Meals will be provided as part of the package, with options to cater to different dietary preferences. It is important to fuel your body with nutritious meals to maintain energy levels throughout the climb.

Safety and Travel Tips

Safety is paramount when embarking on a Naya Kanga Peak climbing expedition. Follow the guidelines and advice of experienced guides to ensure a safe and successful climb. Be prepared for changing weather conditions and altitude sickness, and take necessary precautions to mitigate risks. It is also essential to stay hydrated, rest when needed, and listen to your body throughout the climb.

By taking the time to plan and prepare for your Naya Kanga Peak climbing expedition, you can set yourself up for an unforgettable and rewarding experience in the breathtaking landscapes of Nepal. Enjoy the journey, marvel at the beauty of the region, and celebrate your achievements along the way.

Conclusion

For those seeking a thrilling adventure in Nepal, Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is an excellent choice. With reputable companies like Ice Cap Adventure and Mountain Mart Treks & Expedition offering well-structured packages, climbers can embark on a 15-day journey to conquer this majestic peak. The experience promises stunning views, expert guidance, and an opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich culture of the Langtang Region. Whether you’re a seasoned climber or a novice looking for a new challenge, Naya Kanga Peak Climbing provides a memorable and rewarding experience. Consider adding this expedition to your bucket list for an unforgettable Himalayan adventure.

 

Trip Highlight

  • Reach the summit of Naya Kanga Peak at 5,844 meters and experience the exhilaration of successful climb.
  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayan Peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and Shishapangma.
  • Visit the ancient Kyanjin Gompa, which is a sacred Buddhist monastery in the Langtang valley.
  • Get a chance to witness the daily life of the locals, who are mainly involved in agriculture, animal husbandry, and tourism.
  • Experience the local Tamang and Sherpa hospitality, cuisine, and traditions during your stay at teahouses and homestays.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel and welcome drinks.
  • Day 2 : Shopping and preparing day for trekking and climbing.
  • Day 3 : Kathmandu –Drive to Syabru Besi (6/7h) 1503m.
  • Day 4 : Syabru Besi – Lama hotel (5/6h) 2470 m.
  • Day 5 : Lama hotel – Langtang (5/6h) 3430m.
  • Day 6 : Langtang –- Kyangji Gompa (3/4h) 3830m.
  • Day 7 : Ascent to the spectacular view point of Kyanji Ri (4773m)
  • Day 8 : Kyanji Gompa – Naya Khang Base Camp (3/4h) 4987m.
  • Day 9 : Base Camp – High Camp
  • Day 10 : High Camp – Summti Mt. Naya Khang peaks (5844m) continue to Base Camp.
  • Day 11 : Base Camp – Dhupku (4/5h) 4040m.
  • Day 12 : Dhupku – Tarkegyang (4/5h) 2600m.
  • Day 13 : Tarkegyang – Sermathang (5/6h) 2590m.
  • Day 14 : Sermathang – Drive to Kathmandu (3/4h) 1350m.
  • Day 15 : Rest and shopping day.
  • Day 16 : Transfer to airport and departure to your destination.

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel and welcome drinks.
  • Day 2 : Shopping and preparing day for trekking and climbing.
  • Day 3 : Kathmandu –Drive to Syabru Besi (6/7h) 1503m.
  • Day 4 : Syabru Besi – Lama hotel (5/6h) 2470 m.
  • Day 5 : Lama hotel – Langtang (5/6h) 3430m.
  • Day 6 : Langtang –- Kyangji Gompa (3/4h) 3830m.
  • Day 7 : Ascent to the spectacular view point of Kyanji Ri (4773m)
  • Day 8 : Kyanji Gompa – Naya Khang Base Camp (3/4h) 4987m.
  • Day 9 : Base Camp – High Camp
  • Day 10 : High Camp – Summti Mt. Naya Khang peaks (5844m) continue to Base Camp.
  • Day 11 : Base Camp – Dhupku (4/5h) 4040m.
  • Day 12 : Dhupku – Tarkegyang (4/5h) 2600m.
  • Day 13 : Tarkegyang – Sermathang (5/6h) 2590m.
  • Day 14 : Sermathang – Drive to Kathmandu (3/4h) 1350m.
  • Day 15 : Rest and shopping day.
  • Day 16 : Transfer to airport and departure to your destination.

Trip Cost Inclusion

  • Airport Pick up and transfers to hotel and briefings with tea and biscuits in Kathmandu.
  • All accommodation is in Kathmandu and Trekking.
  • Full board meal such as breakfast, Lunch and dinner during the trekking and climbing.
  • Properly 3 Times tea and coffee whatever hot drink available.
  • Experience professional climbing / trekking guide, sub guide and porters.
  • All transportation with AC deluxe from the starting to ending points of the trip.
  • All climbing permits and trekking permit whatever needed.
  • All climbing equipment what every necessaries.
  • Down Sleeping bag (-20), must be returned after completion of trek.
  • First Aid Kit for staff and Oxygen for in case.
  • Walky Talky and satellite phone .

Trip Cost Exclusion

  • All international flight tickets and Nepal entry visa fees.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal Travel Insurance and High-Altitude Insurance (Accident, Medical, and Emergency Rescue Evacuation).
  • All hard drinks such as : Mineral water, whisky, rum, cola, fanta, etc.
  • All entrance fees during the sightseeing in Katmandu and until finished.
  • Personal expenses like hot shower and battery charge / wifi.
  • Personal climbing equipment
  • Any emergency rescue evacuation and extra cost offering from unfavorable circumstance such as weather bad.
  • Personal tips for trekking staff.