In the Eastern part of Nepal the main ridge of the Himalayas from the border with Tibet. The Ganesh Himal is the first massive range sharing borders with Tibet. Therefore it cannot be done as a circuit trek. Its proximity to the capital and its scenic value make it worth while trip. In spite of its friendly foothills, cultural interests, and majestic vistas it is an area rarely visited.
The Ghorka Himal with Manaslu, 8156 m, Himalchuli, 7893 m, and Ngadi Chuli, 7835 m, forms a very dominant mountain range in central Nepal. The gorges of the Buri Gandaki and the Marsyangdi mark its boundaries and lead the trekker behind the to dry valleys reminiscent of Tibetan culture. The great mountain forests in the high valleys are especially worth mentioning. The trekking circuit around the Manaslu is a more expensive adventure that requires hiring a liaison officer.