Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Trip Duration 15
Max Altitude 5844M
Group Size 2-30
Best Time for Visit March to May, October to December

Trip Overview


The journey to Naya Kanga Peak Climbing begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, a small village that serves as the starting point for the trek. From there, trekkers also embark on a picturesque trail that takes them through lush forests, quaint villages, and terraced fields, showcasing the rich cultural and natural heritage of the region. The Naya Kanga Peak, also known as Ganja La Chuli, is a majestic mountain located in the Langtang region of Nepal. Standing at an elevation of 5,844 meters (19,173 feet), it offers a thrilling climbing experience to adventure enthusiasts from around the world. As the trek ascends, the landscape transforms into alpine meadows, rugged terrain, and pristine glaciers. Trekkers will encounter breathtaking views of the Langtang Valley, snow-capped peaks, and the enchanting Langtang Lirung (7,227 meters/23,711 feet). The trek also provides an opportunity to interact with the warm and friendly local Tamang community, who knows for their unique culture and hospitality. After reaching Kyanjin Gompa, a sacred monastery located at 3,870 meters (12,697 feet), trekkers take a day to acclimatize and explore the surroundings. From there, the climb to Naya Kanga Peak begins. The ascent also requires technical skills, including basic mountaineering techniques like using crampons, ice axes, and ropes. The final push to the summit is both challenging and rewarding. As climbers reach the top, they are greeted with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the Langtang and Jugal Himalayan ranges, including the mighty peaks of Dorje Lakpa (6,966 meters/22,854 feet), Shishapangma (8,027 meters/26,335 feet), and Langshisa Ri (6,427 meters/21,086 feet). After relishing the triumph of reaching the summit, trekkers descend back to Kyanjin Gompa and retrace their steps to Syabrubesi, concluding the unforgettable Naya Kanga Peak climbing adventure.

Conclusion and Summary

In summary, the Naya Kanga Peak climbing trip offers a blend of natural beauty, cultural immersion, and thrilling mountaineering. It provides an opportunity to challenge oneself physically and mentally while exploring the stunning landscapes of the Langtang region in Nepal.

 Trip Highlight

  • Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley such as Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa and Boudhanath Stupa
  • Have a tranquil experience of trekking in the off-beaten paths of the Langtang region
  • No need to book a plane! You can drive to this trek within 7 to 8 hours
  • Short climbing duration,
  • Safe introductory to peak climbing
  • Good acclimatization opportunities before climb
  • Physiological challenge
  • Less altitude risk
  • Trek through the Langtang Valley, also known as the ‘Valley of Glaciers
  • Lush green forests and meadows
  • Walkthrough spectacular rhododendron forests
  • Collect blessings at old Buddhist shrines such as Langtang Gompa and Kyanjing Gompa
  • Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi
  • View of snow-capped mountains such as Langtang Ri, Langtang, Langsisa and Ganjala Peak
  • Majestic views of Langtang Lirung (7,345m), Gang Chhenpo (6,388m), Naya Kanga (5,846m), Dorje Lakpa (6,966m), Kimsung (6,781m), and Yansa Tsenji (6,575m)
  • Explore Langtang National Park, which is home to several rare and endangered wildlife species
  • Panoramic mountain views from Kyanjin Ri (4,773m)
  • Tserko Ri (5,450m/17,880ft) and Kyanjin Ri (4,773m / 15,655 ft) viewpoints
  • Snow-capped mountains, waterfalls, and several suspension bridges
  • Amazing Lirung and Kimshung glaciers
  • This Trekking Trail is lined up with Langtang Valley Trekking Route.
  • Old and significant Buddhist monasteries, stupas, and monuments
  • Cheese factory and hike to Tserko Ri (5,450m)
  • Wildlife (red panda, snow leopard, musk deer, bear, langur, etc.)
  • Summit to Naya Kanga (5122 m).
  • Closely encounter the incredible wildlife habitat
  • Get revived and refreshed with the fresh mountain air
  • Feel immense pride of accomplishment through the summit of Naya Kanga Peak
  • Experience the unique culture and traditions of Tamang, Sherpa, and Gurung ethnic communities.


On your arrival Day in Kathmandu 1310 m, we are waiting for you at the Tribhuvan International Airport to pick you up outside of arrival gate to show our representative member holding the logo of company by Friendship World Trek then, we equally warm welcome all the tour participants members of group checking the proper luggage before going to Hotel finalize then start drive to the city 25 to 30 minutes by private transportation to checking at Hotel and we will shortly brief about program for your journey to the particular destination next morning take a Breakfast

The very next morning, after breakfast you will leave for a half day sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley. You can visit the sacred Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, very ancient and essentially enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath and the fine arts and historical architecture of Kathmandu Durbar Square reflecting the ancient Nepalese culture which is the highlights of our guided tour. A visit to Patan City will enchant you with its famous fine arts and historical architecture. On return to your hotel,

We spend a day preparing the final documents, gears & equipment check and so on. You can go for final shopping if something is missed before leaving out for the mountain.

you will have time to explore the local area, have dinner and perhaps take a leisurely stroll through the famous streets. Finally, day ends with a Authentic Nepalese Dinner in Nepali Cultural Restaurant.

Commencing with a beautiful journey from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, your Langsisa Ri Peak Climbing begins. You will see beautiful vistas of rivers, terraced farmland, charming settlements, and snow-capped mountains while traveling. The snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna I, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and many other minor peaks may be seen as you follow the Trishuli River and ascend to Dhunche. You will stretch your body and take a stroll through the lovely town of Syabrubesi when you get there. You will be staying in a teahouse tonight.

The majority of Nepal’s trekking routes are lined with these modest teahouses, where you may anticipate basic, delectable meals and a cozy bed each night. You will experience the warmth of a teahouse at the conclusion of each day’s journey along the Langtang Valley Trek route.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 7 to 8 Hours
  • 122 Kilometers

You will start your trip through the Langtang valley trail after breakfast in Syabrubesi. The Bhote Koshi River, which originates in Tibet, will be your starting point for the hike. Following the route further will bring you to Guru Rinpoche Gomba, where you can offer prayers for the journey. Following that, you will go down the Langtang Khola on the stone-paved roadway that leads out of town. You will pass a suspension bridge after a short distance of the walk and then rise gradually to Bamboo. This stunning location is in a canyon and has a lot of guest cottages close to the river.

The journey from here takes you through a subtropical forest with oak, maple, fir, rhododendron, blue pine, and towering spruce. Additionally, you will get to observe a variety of species, including yellow-throated martens, red pandas, langurs, and Himalayan black bears. The Lama Hotel will thereafter be reached after continuing your gradual ascents uphill. Several great hotels are located in this little community, which is close to the river. This location is a popular resting location for hikers surrounded by woodland.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 to 7 Hours
  • 11.3 Kilometers

It will be an amazing trip from Lama Hotel to Langtang village today. Early in the morning, you will get up, prepare your trekking kits, eat breakfast, and then commence your Langtang valley trek excursion with a gradual rise that becomes steeper as you ascend. You will travel through oak, maple, vibrant rhododendron, and hemlock forests as you continue your stroll alongside the Langtang Khola. The snow-covered summits, especially Mt. Langtang, will become more and more visible as you continue on your trek.

By staying on the trail, you will pass a meadow called Ghodatabela and come to a wood bridge. You will then proceed to trek through yak pastures, cross a helipad, and ascend through rhododendron forests before arriving at the Tamang settlement. This lovely village features flat-roofed Tibetan-style homes with elegantly carved wooden windows. The fields where turnips, potatoes, barley, etc. are farmed are enclosed by stone walls that encircle the entire town.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours
  • 14.8 Kilometers

You will resume your Langsisa Ri Peak Climbing journey after enjoying morning breakfast in Langtang village. It will take you a couple of hours to go from Langtang hamlet to Kyanjin Gompa. The path will begin by winding around the Mani Walls before ascending a ridge that is capped with a huge chorten. You will come across lovely prayer flags and cross a brook after a moderate ascent to reach Mundu. From this point, you will walk through several moraines and cross a number of small streams using wooden bridges.

As you move farther, you will witness the settlement of Kyanjin Gompa and the spectacular glaciers flowing from Kimshug and Langtang Lirung peaks. If you go down the trails, you will finally reach Kyanjin Gompa. You may go to the lovely and well-known monastery while you are staying in Kyanjin Gompa. The settlement also provides a panoramic view of Dorje Lhakpa, Langshisha Ri, Ganja La, Tsergo Ri, and other mountains as you explore it.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 3 to 4 Hours
  • 6.8 Kilometers

You may spend the seventh day of the Langsisa Ri Peak Climbing exploring the breathtaking vistas sprinkled throughout the vicinity of Kyanjin Gompa. You can travel to the renowned Kyanjin Gompa to attend Morning Prayer before going on a trek. Tserko Ri (4984 m), is reachable by hiking after breakfast. There are stunning vistas of snow-capped peaks throughout the short yet thrilling hike to this location. You can view the entire Langtang range from here, as well as Kinshung, Yansa Tsenji, and other mountain peaks.

Consider hiking to Kyanjin Ri as a gentle alternative to Tsergo Ri. Kyanjin Ri is located at around 4773 meters, thus this ascent is simpler and shorter than the one to Tsergo Ri, but it’s still a challenging climb. No matter which path you take, you will enjoy a 360-degree vista of snow-covered mountains, wide-open valleys, and frozen lakes. The view from the summit is just as magnificent as the one from Tsergo Ri. You will head back to your guesthouse in Kyanjin Gompa this evening to spend another night.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

You will depart from Kyanjin Gompa in the direction of Naya Kanga Base Camp after breakfast to begin your ascent of Naya Kanga Peak. The route ascends a slope after crossing the Langtang River. The base camp is located on a small plateau south of Kyanjin. The route winds through forests of oak and lush rhododendron. To get to the base camp, you will need to hike down the rocky, steep trail. You will reach the lush meadows after a period of strenuous ascent. Awe-inspiring panoramic views of the towering mountains and yaks grazing on the pastures can be seen. Upon your arrival, you will continue to explore the region near the Naya Kanga Base Camp. You will spend the night in a tent camp in the surroundings of the base camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours

After having breakfast, you will start your climbing journey from Naya Kanga Base Camp. You can observe the panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains and green hills. The walk today is along rocky paths, boulders, and finally along a glacier. It’s a short climb and you will set camp in a glacier part to prepare for our next day’s climb. The guide will brief you on climbing techniques and other essentials for the peak climb. On reaching, the high camp you can acclimatize and explore the area. After walking for around 7 hours, you will arrive at the High Camp. The stunning views of the majestic mountains provide incredible scenic views. You will stay overnight at a tented camp in the High camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 Hours

It’s an early day and a most important one as we are to submit the Naya Kanga (5844m). We wake up at 4 am and after breakfast, move towards the summit. With rope support at places, the climb is slow and demanding, but not too technical. From the top, you can enjoy the panorama of Himalayan peaks and even the Tibetan parts. We stay at the summit for some time and return back to the base camp. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 8 to 9 Hours

You will begin your descent from Naya Kanga Base Camp toward the Langtang village after breakfast, passing by the Kyanjin Gompa. Today’s route winds through juniper bushes on both sides. You will reach the Kyanjin Gompa after a few distances before continuing on to Langtang village. You will reach the Langtang village after a short journey, where you will spend the night at the teahouse and have a little celebration for reaching the summit.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 to 7 Hours

After breakfast, your trip from the Langtang village to the Lama Hotel will begin. As you descend a hill amid rhododendron forests, the stroll will be enjoyable. You will follow the same route you did previously, traveling through the woods and villages of the Tamang. The hike provides an alternate viewpoint of the mountains you previously witnessed. Your body’s operations are facilitated by the thickening of the air as you lower altitude. You will spend the night at a teahouse inside the Lama Hotel.

  • Hotel or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 Hours
  • 14.8 Kilometers

You will depart from Lama Hotel in the morning and travel via Sherpa Gaon to reach Syabrubesi. Bamboo and rhododendron woods make up the majority of your path. If you are fortunate, you could also see a wild boar in the forest, along with various kinds of animals and birds. You will get a 360-degree view of the mountains and lush hills from the route as well. You will go past Tamang and Sherpa communities on this upper, wider track.

Prior to making a sharp drop to the Syabrubesi, the route first descends softly. Moreover, a hydroelectric facility called the Chilime Power Plant is located nearby. The Tamang community may be seen, along with their Tibetan-influenced way of life. Throughout the trek, you may see the magnificent Himalayan Alps. After a five-hour hike, you will arrive at Syabrubesi in the evening. At Syabrubesi, you will spend the night at a teahouse.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 Hours
  • 11.3 Kilometers

After taking a bus from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu, your ascent of Naya Kanga Peak will come to an end today. Before beginning your return journey to Kathmandu, a hearty breakfast will be served. Along the way, you will pass terraced fields, small communities, rivers, steep mountains, and more. You can view the beautiful green trees as you travel alongside the Trishuli River. You will arrive in Kathmandu in the evening time after a lengthy day of travel.

After a hard day, you must be exhausted and want to relax in your room. You can take some time this evening to explore Thamel’s well-known areas. To celebrate the successful conclusion of the Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Itinerary, Friendship World Trek hosts a farewell dinner in the evening at a traditional Nepalese restaurant or Homestay.

  • 3 Stars Hotel in Thamel
  • Breakfast
  • 7 to 8 Hours
  • 122 Kilometers

One of our staff members will assist you in getting to the Tribhuvan International airport when it is time for your flight to depart. If you want to extend your trip, Friendship World Trek, however, can make the required arrangements. If your flight is scheduled for a late evening, you may also go shopping to get a few presents for your loved ones. We wish you good luck in your future travels to Nepal and hope you enjoyed your time with us. With this, we bid you farewell.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • Pick up drop by private vehicle
  • 3 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Naya Kanga Peak climbing permit.
  • Langtang  National Park permit.
  • The Trekkers’ Information Management Systems permit issued by the trekking agency association of Nepal is required to enter the area of Langtang Park, so Friendship World Trek provide you a TIMS permit too.
  • Bus ticket from/to Kathmandu to/from trekking start point, and endpoint
  • All meals during the trek at the best available restaurant/camp
  • Friendship World Trek allow up to 20kg of personal climbing equipment per person during the flight onboard and during trekking carried by porter/yak/mules.
  • Accommodation during the trekking
  • One-experience trekking guide, and necessary porters
  • One climbing guide with a government license
  • None of the single supplements is required in Kathmandu or in the mountain.
  • Climbing Guide equipment, and salary for the guide
  • Tent for Base Camp
  • Food for Camping on Naya Kanga Peak Base Camp
  • Insurance for Guide, and Porters
  • Basic first aid kit carried by your guide.
  • Domestic airport Tax
  • Related taxes and service charges

Price Excludes

  • Food and accommodation (Kathmandu) – lunch and dinner, International flights from your home to home.
  • Airport Taxes, car, taxi or van, Visa fees.
  • Medical examination (if required) and vaccination costs.
  • Own Expenditure(Personal), .all bar bills, laundry, telephone calls, hot shower in the mountain, mineral water, sweet deserts, we recommend bringing .water purifier and neutralizer tabulates to reduce your cost of traveling and to become a responsible traveler.
  • Drinks or meals except for 3 meals or not specified in the itinerary, Personal clothing, and equipment, Travel insurance, Optional trips. Tipping in general for trek crew (driver, Trek leader and porter-tipping is not mandatory but expected).
  • Charges sustained as a result of delays beyond our control. Anything not specified in the Cost Includes section.

Gears And Equipment

Trip Information

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Best Time, Season, and Months

Autumn (September, October, and November) and spring (March, April, and May) are the finest seasons for peak climbing and trekking in countries like Nepal. As a result, these seasons are perfect for climbing Naya Kanga Peak. You may visit the Langtang region during these times and expect reliable weather and a welcoming environment.

Autumn Season

September, October, and November in the autumn offer consistently good weather in the region. The highlight of trekking and peak climbing is the clear sky and unhindered vistas of the snow-covered mountains. In addition, you can find the greatest amenities in the dining and lodging along the path. Due to the fact that several significant festivals, such as Dashain, Tihar, and others, happen in the autumn, you may also witness the cultural component of the area.

Spring Season

Trekking and peak climbing in Nepal are beautiful in the spring. The springtime months of March, April, and May offer fantastic weather and surroundings. The snow-covered Himalayan ranges will be clearly visible to you. In addition, there are beautiful routes with hills covered with red and pink rhododendrons that are in bloom. It’s the perfect time of year to climb since climbers may take advantage of the clear skies and comfortable temps.

Food or Meal Availability on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

During Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, we will provide you with 13 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, and 11 Dinners. The meals are generally basic but nutritious and include local Nepalese food such as dal bhat (rice and lentil soup), vegetables, and meat dishes. Breakfast usually consists of porridge, eggs, bread, or chapati, while lunch and dinner are often a combination of rice, vegetables, and meat.

During the trek, you will stay in lodges or tea houses, which offer meals and snacks. However, as you move higher into the mountains, the availability of food and the variety of the menu may be limited. It’s a good idea to bring some high-energy snacks such as energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits to supplement your meals. If you have any dietary restrictions or preferences, it’s important to inform us in advance so that we can make arrangements accordingly. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available, but may not be as varied as in urban areas.

Accommodation Facility on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

During Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, accommodation is usually provided in tea houses or lodges along the trekking route. Tea houses are basic guesthouses that provide simple rooms with shared bathrooms, while lodges are larger guesthouses with private rooms and attached bathrooms.

The quality of accommodation varies depending on the location and altitude. At lower elevations, the tea houses and lodges are relatively comfortable, with beds, blankets, and basic facilities such as hot showers and toilets. However, as you move higher into the mountains, the facilities become more basic, and the availability of amenities such as hot water may be limited.

In some cases, you may need to share a room with other trekkers, particularly during peak season. It’s essential to bring a good quality sleeping bag as the nights can be cold at higher elevations. During the climb to Naya Kanga Peak base camp, you will stay in tents, which are set up by Green Valley Nepal Trek’s guide. Tents provide basic shelter and are equipped with sleeping mats, but you will need to bring your sleeping bag.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Difficulty Level

Climbing Naya Kanga Peak is regarded as a moderately challenging climb. At 5,844 meters (19,166 ft) above sea level, the mountain necessitates certain technical climbing abilities such as the use of ropes, crampons, and ice axes. The journey is a physically strenuous trip through wilderness areas and a high incline. Aesthetic sceneries, including woods, rivers, and high-altitude meadows, are encountered throughout the trekking route.

The weather and elevation are the two biggest difficulties of the climb. The weather may be unpredictable at high elevations, with abrupt variations in visibility and air density. As there is a chance of getting altitude sickness, it is important to fully acclimate before beginning the climb. When climbing Naya Kanga Peak, you don’t need any technical training or prior experience. To face this strenuous journey, you must, however, be in reasonable physical condition. Also, you must bring Diamox pills with you on the trip to prevent altitude sickness. You must descend if the altitude sickness symptoms don’t go away. Afterward, you can go uphill. Altitude sickness may worsen if the problem is not treated carefully.

Requirements of Travel Insurance for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Travel insurance is mandatory for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, and it’s important to ensure that your insurance policy covers all the necessary requirements for the climb. The following are some of the requirements that your travel insurance should cover:

  • Make sure that your insurance policy covers high-altitude trekking and climbing. The policy should specifically state that it covers activities at an altitude of at least 6,000 meters (19,685 feet) above sea level.
  • Your travel insurance should cover emergency medical expenses and medical evacuation. This is particularly important for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing, as there is a risk of altitude sickness and other mountain-related injuries.
  • Your policy should cover trip cancellation or interruption due to unforeseen circumstances such as flight delays, weather conditions, or personal emergencies.
  • The policy should cover personal liability in case you accidentally cause damage to property or injure someone else during the climb.
  • Your policy should cover the loss or damage to your climbing equipment, including climbing gear, trekking poles, and personal belongings.
  • Make sure that your insurance policy covers adventure sports activities such as mountaineering, trekking, and climbing.

It’s important to read the policy document carefully to ensure that it covers all the necessary requirements for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing. Additionally, it’s recommended to obtain insurance from a reputable provider with experience in adventure sports and mountaineering.

Altitude Sickness and Remedies on Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Climbers and hikers frequently experience altitude sickness, commonly referred to as acute mountain sickness (AMS), at high elevations like Naya Kanga Peak Climbing. Because of the lower air pressure at higher elevations, it is brought on by a deficiency of oxygen. Headaches, nausea, dizziness, exhaustion, and shortness of breath are some of the mild to severe altitude sickness symptoms. Altitude sickness can develop into more severe illnesses like High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), which can be fatal if left untreated. These are some methods to avoid and manage altitude sickness while climbing Naya Kanga Peak:

  • It’s important to acclimatize properly by gradually ascending to higher elevations and allowing your body to adjust to the reduced oxygen levels. It’s recommended to spend at least two nights at each altitude before ascending further.
  • Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and help prevent altitude sickness. Avoid alcohol and caffeine as they can contribute to dehydration.
  • Some medications, such as acetazolamide, can help prevent and treat altitude sickness. However, it’s important to consult with your doctor before taking any medication.
  • Take regular breaks to rest and allow your body to adjust to the altitude. Avoid overexertion and listen to your body.
  • If you experience severe symptoms of altitude sickness, descend to a lower altitude immediately.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Packing List, Gears, and Equipment

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing is a challenging trek that requires proper gear and equipment to ensure a safe and comfortable journey. Here is a packing list for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing:


  • Insulated jacket
  • Fleece or down jacket
  • Thermal underwear
  • Trekking pants
  • Hiking boots
  • Gaiters
  • Hiking socks
  • Sun hat and warm hat
  • Gloves


  • Backpack
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Trekking poles
  • Headlamp
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottles or hydration system
  • Personal first-aid kit
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Insect repellent

Technical Gear

  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Climbing harness
  • Climbing helmet
  • Carabiners and quickdraws
  • Rope (if needed)

It’s important to pack light for Naya Kanga Peak Climbing and carry only essential items. Trekkers should also consider the weight restrictions on domestic flights and the porter’s carrying capacity. Additionally, it’s advisable to pack in a waterproof and durable bag to protect the gear from rain and rough handling.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Route Map



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