A 30-member team led by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) on Tuesday embarked on a journey aimed at identifying new trekking route around Ganesh Himal area in Dhading district.
The Ganesh Himal is one of the least visited regions in Nepal, and the team aims to explore new trekking routes and produce maps, brochures and promotional DVDs.
Besides trekking staff, the team also includes media persons, videographer/photographer, cartographer and representatives of Ganesh Himal Tourism Development Committee (GHTDC).
The exploration began from Gatlang in Rasuwa and will head toward Somdang, Pansang Danda, Tipling, Shertung, Hindung, Bochyat and Chhumlo Danda before reaching Kalo-Seto Daha.
From Kalo-Seto Daha, the trek descends to Bochyat, Tatopani, Lapa, Jharling and Darkha Phdei from where the team will take a bus to Dhading Besi – the ending point of the trek, says TAAN in its report.
The team is jointly led by Rajendra Prasad Subedi and Saroj Neuapne – the executive members of TAAN. nepalnews.com