About Ruby Valley Ganesh Himal Trek
Ruby Valley Ganesh Himal Trek is hidden valley trek in between the famous trekking areas of Langtang National park and Manaslu Area Conservation. It is one of the untouched and least crowded trekking routes of Nepal serving visitors with the diverse geographical condition, biodiversity and culture. This trek is a great option to cherish in the beauty of the pristine nature while observing the unique culture of the inhabitants in the trekking routes.
Ruby Valley Ganesh Himal trek starts from 8 hours drive from Syabrubensi. The trails pass through numerous dense rhododendron and juniper forests, terraced fields, hot springs, undulating rivers, waterfalls and lakes. Ganga Jamuna, a twin waterfall, Tripura Sundari Temple and Kalo, Seto, and Ganesh Kunda are some of the popular attraction of this trekking. The sight of small lakes of Kalo Kunda and Seto Kunda are incredible and popular as Ruby (Gemstone) mine and rubies are minded around the area of these lakes. Along the trail, the trek offers splendid close-up views of majestic Himalayan peaks such as Mt. Manaslu (8156m), Langtang and Ganesh Himalayan ranges, Paldor peak, Boudha Himal, Hinchuli, Pabil Himal, etc. Pansang La Pass at 3900m is the highest and the finest outlook point of Ruby Valley Trekking to capture the beautiful view of Ganesh Himal range.
Ruby valley trails are blessed with hundreds of species of precious medical herbs, colourful wildflowers, and more than 200 species of birds and wildlife including musk deer, Jharal goats, wild boars, Langur monkeys, pheasants, and partridges. This region is dominated by Tamang, Gurung, and Ghale in the north higher elevation whereas Brahmin, Chhetri, Newar and Chepang in the low elevation south offering a diverse culture of different ethnic groups. Tipling, Jharlang and Sertung are some of the authentic villages you will come across while trekking.
You will find many homestays along the trek. The trekking to Ruby valley Ganesh Himal can support the life of people and will push the area to grow economically. Book you trip with Lapha Holidays and explore the unexplored region of Nepal.