|location||Dhading District , Rasuwa ( Nepal )|
|Mountains||Ganesh Himal ( Himalaya )|
|Dominance||6.15 km → Kalo Pokhari Himal ( )|
|Notch height||786 m ↓ ( )|
|First ascent||1949 by Bill Tilman, Peter Lloyd, Tenzing Sherpa, Da Namgyal|
The mountain is located at the southeast end of the Ganesh Himal massif in the Nepalese administrative zone of Bagmati . The (according to other sources ) high mountain is a popular destination for mountain tourists. It offers a view of the nearby Ganesh V and Salasungo mountains, 1000 m higher . It is less difficult and offers a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains. Various organizers offer 2-3 week tours to the summit. The mountain offers access via northeast, southeast, west and southwest ridge.