Blossom Expeditions

Naya Khanga Peak Climbing

Naya Khanga Peak is a beautiful trekking peak in the Langtang Valley. Our Naya Khanga trip combines great trekking and challenging climbing. You will experience the scenic Langtang region, where you will pass through both ethnic Tamang and Tibetan villages. Indeed, easy access to the region from Kathmandu, and the availability of several snowy peaks makes the Langtang region an ideal destination for mountaineers.

Naya Khanga Peak is the most popular trekking peak in the Langtang Region. It offers spectacular panoramic views of mountains in both Nepal and Tibet. 

Our climbing trip starts from the village of Syaphrubesi, which is a 7-8 drive from Kathmandu by local bus or reserved transport. From Syaphrubesi we follow the Langtang valley trekking trail all the way to Kyanjin Gompa. All through the valley you will enjoy superb views of the Himalayan range. 

From Kyanjin Gompa we head to the east, toward the peak, crossing the Langtang khola (river) to Naya Khanga Base Camp. Naya Khanga is visible from Kyanjin Gompa. It is an attractive, perpetual snowy peak rising to the west of the Ganja-La (5,122m).

From both Ganja-La and the summit of Naya Kanga there are spectacular panoramic views of mountains in Nepal and Tibet, including Langshisa Ri (6,370m), Pemthang Ri (6,836m), Shisapangma (8,046m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m), Pemthang Kapro Ri (6,830m), and Langtang II (7,227m).

The normal route of ascent to Naya Kanga is via the north-east ridge over a line on ice and snow. It is technically challenging peak, requiring previous climbing experience, physical fitness, determination, and personal commitment. Our climbing guide conducts climbing training sessions before you start your ascent. This training includes instructions in the use of crampons, ice axes, and ropes, ensuring you have the skills and confidence necessary for a successful climbing experience.

After the ascent we return to Shyaphrubesi along the same route we followed on our inbound trip.


Trip Facts

Trip Grade:
Moderate to Strenuous Plus
Max. Elevation:
Starts Point:
Ends Point:
Trip Duration:
18 days
Max. Group Size:
10 person
September to early December and late March to May
Tea House/4 nights camping
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Days Programs Altitude Durations
01 Arriving in KTM and transfer to hotel 1300m  
02 Preparation day for trip    
03 Drive to Shyaphrubesi by reserved Bus or Jeep 1467m 7-8 hours
04 Trek to Lama Hotel 2470m 5-6 hours
05 Trek to Langtang Village 3430m 5-6 hours
06 Trek to Kyanjing Gompa 3870m 3-4 hours
07 Climb the Kyanji Ri 4770m. and Back to Kyanjin   4-5 hours
08 Climb the Tsergo Ri 4984m and Back to Kyanjin   6-7 hours
09 Trek to Base Camp 4500m 5-6 hours
10 Rest day and Practice Climbing    
11 Climb to High Camp 4960m 3-4 hours
12 Summit the Peak (5844m) and back to Base camp 4500m 9-11 hours
13 Trek to Langtang Village 3430m 5-6 hours
14 Trek to Lama Hotel 2470m 3-4 hours
15 Trek to Shyaphrubesi 1467m 5-6 hours
16 Drive to Kathmandu by Bus or Jeep 1300m 7-8 hours
17 Sightseeing around KTM (Boddhanath biggest Buddhist temple in the world, Pashupatinath the very important temple for hindues and Patan Darbar squire.   6-7 hours
18 Departure to Home    

Trip Cost

Per person U.S. $2255
Single Supplement (optional single accommodation in KTM) U.S. $100
Trip Deposit U.S. $300 U.S. $300

Cost Includes

  • Peak Permit
  • Three time meals (breakfast, Lunch and Dinner), Hot drinks and accommodation on the trip and during the climbing sharing basis
  • Porters, a Climbing Guide and a Guide wages, food, accommodation and insurance
  • Climbing guide equipment
  • Equipments tents and one Kitchen or dinning tent, Snow bar, Ropes, EP gas and stove, Ice-cru, Ice-Axe, Helmet, Figure-8, Jummer, Harness, Crampons  and Kitchen utensils that we need at base camp and high camp. 
  • 4 nights’ accommodation in KTM Tourist Standard Hotel including Breakfast
  • Transfer Kathmandu/Shyaphrubesi/Kathmandu by Jeep
  • Air port Transfer
  • City sightseeing transfer in Kathmandu and Guide
  • Conservation and TIMS card fee.

Cost Excludes

  • Cold and hard drink and water
  • Food in KTM
  • Travel insurance emergency evacuation and personal medical expenses.
  • Any donation along the trail and anything that not mentioned above
  • Entrance fee for city sightseeing both KTM and Pokhara

We will provide the technical climbing equipment and camping and cooking equipments.

The Equipments we provide

  1. Tents and one Kitchen or dinning tent
  2. Snow bar
  3. Main Rope and fixed Rope
  4. EP Gas and stove
  5. Ice-cru
  6. Kitchen utensils
  7. Porters clothing.
  8. Helmet
  9. Jummer
  10. Ice-Axe
  11. Harness
  12. Figure 8
  13. Crampons
  14. Carabineers with lock and without lock

You will need to supply the following personal equipment. If you do not have the following equipment you can buy or rent when you arrive in Kathmandu.

Personal Equipments List

  1. Bags: A small day Bag pack, Backpack or Duffle bag.
  2. Down or Fiber-filled Jacket (you can rent here in Kathmandu)
  3. Water and windproof Jacket (Gore-Tex)
  4. Fleece Jacket
  5. Hiking Shirts, Cotton and Polypropylene t-shirt
  6. Full Polypropylene and fleece T-shirts (jumper)
  7. Sun Had and woolen hot or balaclava with ear protection.
  8. High altitude insulated Pants nylon wind pants
  9. Hiking Pants.
  10. Thermal underwear Tops and Bottoms (Polypropylene and Fleece)
  11. Gloves  with liner and layer shell (Gore-Tex)
  12. Long Gaiters
  13. Trekking Boots and camp Shoes or Thongs
  14. Socks
  15. Sleeping bag
  16. Water Bottle or came bag
  17. Flashlight
  18. Sunglasses
  19. Sun cream
  20. Towel
  21. Iodine, water purification tablets or Steripen
  22. Personal Medical First Aid Kid
  23. Battery charger with multi adaptor and Batteries
  24. Kophlex Boot (plastic boot) for climbing
  25. Air Mattress