Ruby Valley and Gosainkunda trek

Ruby valley and Godaikunda combinaiton trek

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  • Dates: Daily
  • Best Season: March April
  • Duration: 14 Days
  • Trekking Days: 12 Days
  • Grade: moderate
  • Commences At: Dhading Beshi
  • Ends At: Sundarijal
  • Code: RVGT

Peak View: Langtnag/Ganjala/lang shisha/Ganesh himal/paldor peak/ Lapsang karbo/ Manaslu/and All Annapurana range.

Possible encounter: Thar, Ghoral, Barking Deer, Red panda, Snow Leopard, Bear, Tiger, wolf, Pheasant, Mokeys and Musk Deer.

Highest altitude; Pangsang pass 3850m and Gosaikunda 4300 m

The Ruby valley trek is a newly designed trail to support the local homestay program. The valley lies between Manaslu conservation area and Langtang National park. Rich in pristine nature and  diverse landscape, it offers a joy of walking through flatlands, terraced farm, surrounded by lush green forest and snow capped peaks, the trail goes through the threshold of Tamang and Gurung Buddhist ethnic community.

The trek starts after driving 6 hours by jeep from Kathmandu to Dhundure via Dhading Beshi. After crossing the valley we come to Syabru beshi, another popular trekking point to Langtang region. From here, our second part of trekking to Gosaikunda begins and ends at Chisapani.

Nepal Trek Ways is one of the best trekking operators established and supported by experienced guides and porters. We have good chain of hotels, homestays and teahouse. We use excellent transportation and accommodation services along with perfect English speaking guides.


Hey Hari, just wanted to thank you for putting together our Ruby Valley trek! It was a hell of an adventure and an amazing time. Bimal and Melama took ...

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