Ganja la pass trekking is another interesting and unbeaten trail of Langtang region. This trek begins from Syabrubesi which is linked with Katmandu by 120km motor able road and end at Melamchi Bazar. The trek follows through alpine forests, rich flora and fauna and high altitude pasturelands. Ganja la Pass Trekking is a unique wilderness trek route followed by very few tourists in the past. Kyangin Gompa is the point for acclimatization at a height of 3,800m. The views to the north from the pass, of Langtang Lirung and the snow peaks in Tibet, including Shisha Pangma at 8,013m, are outstanding. On a clear day there are also views of many ranges of hills to the south. West of the pass is Naya Kangri (5,846m), previously named Ganja La Chuli. The descent from the pass is steep and dangerous as it follows a loose screen slope for about 200m before emerging onto a snow slope. Somehow, the descent from Ganja La, like most mountain descents, seems more treacherous than the ascent, no matter which direction one uses to cross the pass. The route descends through the basin along a distinct trail, marked occasionally by rock Cairns, to a small stream at 4,400m.