Langtang and Helambu

Hi all,
If Nepal drops quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated visitors I am definitely going back to Nepal in the autumn.
This is the trek I have been thinking about:
I think we can try Naya Kanga. It looks challenging (40-50º snow) but quite double based on some YouTube videos I’ve seen. Langshisha Ri may be a bit too technical. Also the peak is right on the way to Ganga La (the second big pass) – very accessible
01 KTM Arrival
02 KTM Preparation
03 Drive to Okhreni 2400m
04 Campsite (unnamed) 3000m
05 Hile Bhanjyang 3500m
06 Nasimpati 3700m
07 REST DAY
08 Panch Pokhari 4000m
09 Tin Pokhari 4200m
10 Tilman Pass High Camp (South) 4800m
11 Cross Tilman Pass (5300m) to High Camp (North) 4700m
12 Langshisha Kharka 4300m
13 Kyanjin Gompa 3800m (T)
14 REST DAY (T)
15 REST DAY (T)
16 REST DAY (T)
17 Ganja La Base Camp (4300m)
18 Ganja La High Camp (4900m)
19 Summit Naya Kanga (5863m) and return to High Camp
20 Cross Ganja La (5100m) to Keldang (4300m)
21 Dhukpu (4000m)
22 Tarke Ghyang (2600m) (T)
23 KTM
24 KTM
25 Departure
(T) means teahouse
So roughly 4 weeks
Open to suggestions and discussion

Naya Kanga
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Logistics

Departed
ServiceAll-Inclusive
Duration 25 days
StartKathmandu
FinishKathmandu
SleepingCamping
PaceModerate
BudgetMid-Range