Team Himalaya Trekking with great variation towards North of West and North East of Kathmandu valley, where the adventure with soft and moderate trekking destinations in and around Langtang, Ganesh Himal
& Helambu Area is located. This trip are for all types of people as our programs are based and designed to provide the best of scenic routes with touch of culture and local way of life as it was for many centuries.
This trekking destination to Langtang, Ganesh Himal & Helambu Area with awesome scenery from the start to the end of this wonderful trekking with Team Himalaya, all trip package are organized with National / Conservation Permit fees including Trekking permits all these wonderful journey will be accompanied by our expert guides and porters with their excellent know how of the area of trekking will share his vast knowledge with you and making every minutes of the following trips an enjoyable, memorable time with us and making you feel at home with our friendly and overwhelming services.
Most of the trekking are in popular destinations, where’s Ganesh Himal and Helambu are on the least trekked area, so whatever your interest and duration are, we have them all and ready to lead you in this awesome, magnificent trekking to Langtang, Ganesh Himal & Helambu Area.
LANGTANG NATIONAL PARK
AREA : 1,710 SQ.KMS.
LOCATION: Situated in the Central Himalaya, Langtang is the nearest park from Kathmandu. The area extends from 32 km north of Kathmandu to the Nepal – China (Tibet) border.
FEATURES: Langtang National Park encloses the catchments of two major river systems: one draining west into the Trisuli River and the other east to the Sun Koshi river.
Some of the best examples of graded climate conditions in the Central Himalaya are found here. The complex topography and geography together with the varied climatic patterns have enabled a wide spectrum of vegetation type to be established. These include small areas of subtropical forest (below 1000 m), temperate oak and pine forests at mid-elevation, with alpine scrub and grasses giving way to bare rocks and snow.
Oaks, chir pine, maple, fir, blue pine, hemlock, spruce and various species of rhododendron make up the main forest species.
Along with the existing forest cover, approx. 25 % of the total area provides habitat for a wide range of animals including wild dog, red panda, pika, muntjack, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Thar, goral, serow, rhesus monkey and common languor.
The Trisuli-Bhote Koshi forms an important route for birds on spring and autumn migration between India and Tibet.
About 45 villages (846 house-holds = ca. 4500 people) are situated within the park boundaries, but they are not under park jurisdiction. In total, about 3000 households (ca. 16,200 people) depend on the park resources for wood and firewood.
Culturally the area is mixed, the home of several ethnic groups which have influenced the natural environment over the centuries.