Gangapurna Expedition (7,455 m)

Gangapurna, another staggering mountain of Annapurna Range, is one of the beautiful mountains standing at an elevation of 7,454m. Gangapurna peak is situated in between Annapurna III and Tilicho peak, north of Annapurna massif. Gangapurna is one of the unexplored and least climbed seven thousander, if you are someone wanting to explore the unseen part of the Himalaya, the Gangapurna expedition is for you. Gangapurna is one of the seven thousander where you can successfully climb to the summit with adequate experience in mountain or trekking peaks. Gangapurna can be an exemplary peak to prepare for gigantic and staggering eight-thousanders. 

Gangapurna has one of the prominent panoramic views of Mt. Manaslu 8163 m, Annapurna I 8091m, Mt. Annapurna II 7937m, Annapurna III 7555m, Annapurna IV 7525m,  Tilicho peak 7134m, Pisang peak 6091m , Chulu west peak 6419m, Chulu east peak, Thorung peak etc and many more. The trekking trails towards the Gangapurna pass through the conserved area of Annapurna, a beautiful ascending slope to the summit, and follow another way to complete a circuit of the Himalayas. Gangapurna is a technical peak and requires physical and mental fitness all along the expedition. This expedition towards Gangapurna offers the long-running ancient Himalayan trails, pristine nature, picturesque mountain ranges, diverse flora, and fauna.

Gangapurna's endeavor follows a pristine trial of the unspoken natural beauty of mountain peaks. Expedition in Nepal is over the "Timberline Zone" which should be visible as the zone of snow rock and ice. The lure of the Himalayas is compelling as the high going height gives the best situation perspective on the most extreme environment on the planet. The sheer magnificence, emotional gigantic mountain, best testing course, and the grounded accommodation of individuals make this expedition a unique experience. 

Gangapurna First Expedition

Gangapurna was first successfully climbed by a German expedition team in 1965 led by Gunther Hauser through the east ridge of the peak. 

Route of Gangapurna Expedition

The route to the Gangapurna passes through the sheared valley of Manang which is a protected area by the Government of Nepal named Annapurna Conservation of Nepal the largest conservation area with rich biodiversity, flora, and fauna. The route to Gangapurna is completed within the setup of a total of four camps. The base camp is the ground level of the Gangapurna followed by three camps Camp I, Camp II, Camp III where camp III is the ultimate destination to decide whether you will push for the summit depending upon the weather of the summit day where you will be guided by the professional mountain guide. 

Best time for Gangapurna Expedition

The best esteemed time and preparation should be taken into consideration while visiting the unforgiving and most stunning nature of Nepal. There are predominantly two seasons popular for working endeavors in Nepal. Spring and Autumn, the best season for undertaking in Nepal. This incorporates the month from late February to May month. The environment will be generally distinctive right now with the rich perspective on the gigantic mountain territory. This other season incorporates from the period of late September to early December. Nature is rich with rich slopes with a distinctive sky. The weather conditions will be with less hotness and cloudiness which incorporates the best terrific perspectives on the monstrous pinnacle ranges all over the planet. 

Highlights of Gangapurna Expedition

Grand Perspectives of Mountains

Manaslu, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu West Peak, Chulu East Peak. These panoramic views of the mountains are one of the mesmerizing views that you can encounter in your lifetime. Some of these mountains are popular peaks in Nepal's Great Himalayan range that are often picked up by trekking and mountaineers from all around the world dreaming of conquering the majestic peaks once in their lifetime. 

Traditional Village Settlements

During your trek to the base camp of the Gangapurna, you will encounter many ethnic village settlements where you will be welcomed with warm hospitality. These ethnic groups are settled in some of the amazing villages that you can find in the world. Their culture and traditions are some of the things you would wanna witness during your trek to base camp. The lifestyles in those villages are pretty interesting to experience ranging from local food, dress, and daily lifestyle. 

Flora and fauna 

The Gangapurna peak is under the protected area of the national park of Annapurna. This region has some promising wildlife, Himalayan Tiger, Snow Leopard, Red Panda are some of the amazing wildlife creatures that have been spotted in the national park of Annapurna. The lush dense forests and huge landscapes are filled with red Rhododendron which makes the dense forest extremely beautiful.

More Highlights of Gangapurna Expedition 

  • The highest point of the Mt. Gangapurna Expedition is 7,455 meters.
  • Panoramic views of Manaslu, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu West Peak, Chulu East Peak.
  • Buddhist culture, Customary towns, the amazing scenes, and shocking perspectives on mountains on the Trans-Himalayan course.
  • Ideal for experienced climbers.
  • Diverse flora and fauna. 
  • Chance to acquire lifetime experience of pinnacle moving north of 7000 meters.

Luxury Holidays Nepal has been operating expeditions in different mountain peaks Annapurna South ExpeditionTilicho ExpeditionPumori ExpeditionMt Everest Expedition (8848.86 m)Lhotse Expedition (8,516 m), and many more.

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Trip Facts

  • Trip CodeLHN175
  • Duration35 Days
  • Pricefrom US$10500 / person
  • GradeStrenuous
  • DestinationNepal
  • Min Pax01-20 pax
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