Paldor peak lies in North West of Kathmandu which is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Ganesh Himal region. This peak was summated in 1974 by John Cleare and Ian Howell for the first time. There are many possible routes to summit this peak but popular routes are from the North –East, South east, West and South west Ridge. From this area we can enjoy stunning views of the Ganesh Himal range . The name of the Ganesh is taken from the elephant headed hindu god of good luck. Paldor Peak lies at the southern end of Ganesh Himal marking the junction of the Tiru and Karpu Dandas at the head of the mailing khola a tributary of the Trishuli River. Stunning views of the Ganesh Himal with the icy fangs of Pabil(7101m),Lopsang Kharpo(7150m)Ganesh I(7406m) and Ganesh (6950m) can be seen forming an imposing backdrop to the northwest of Kathmandu.
The quickest approach to Paldor and Ganesh Himal is from Syabru bensi near Dunche in the Trisuli valley which can be reached within 6 to 8 hours drive from Kathmandu. From here the trail crosses the Langtang Khola to Syabrubesi. After crossing the Bhote Kosi River the route leads via Tamang villages of Tangjet and Gatlang, and then heads northwards along the ridge before dropping into the forest above Mailung Khola to pick up the newly built road that leads to an army post. We end the trekking through another part of Ganesh himal which is well known for Ganesh himal Home stay trekking. It offers the client meetings with typical real Nepalese people which also could be called an educational or cultural tour. You will stay near local people's houses where you find their familiar environment, so that you will see Nepalese people's real lifestyle. You will have face to face interaction with them.