Paldor Peak Climbing trip starts after a day drive to Gyangsang from Kathmandu. Paldor Peak lies at the south-east end of Ganesh Himal range at the junction of the Tiru and Karpu Dandas (ridges) at the head of Melung Khola, a tributary of Trisuli River. As the peak is below 6,000m, it provides a satisfying and non-difficult climb. The main route across the glacier is crevassed and takes some finding. On reaching the col there are two options. Either climb the straightforward ridge using ropes, or continue around to the crevassed back for a simpler, 45 degree, ridge. In good conditions making a traverse of the mountain is possible. From the summit there are excellent views of the all the Ganesh Himal peaks, Langtang Lirung (7,227 m) and Manaslu (8,156 m) as well as the mountains of Tibet including Shishapangma (8,013 m).
This peak can be climbed from North East, South East, West and South West Ridge. It was first climbed by Bill Tilman, Peter Lloyd, Tenzing Sherpa and Da Namgyal during the monsoon of 1949 by the North-East Ridge. Trekking to Paldor is one of the best and famous trekking routes in Ganesh Himal region. The route lies in Ganesh Himal region and it links Langtang and Manaslu section of Great Himalaya trail. In this region you get to view stunning tranquil lakes, beautiful waterfalls, great Himalayan landscapes and lush green farming terraces. You also get an insight into the lifestyle and culture of the local Tamang and Gurung majorities. The trek begins from Gyangsang and ends at Syabrubesi or either you start the it from Syabrubesi and end the trekking in Darkha Phedi. Paldor Peak Trekking lying in a remote location, it provides an interesting trekking trail for its climbers. This trek can be extended with Tamang Heritage, Classic Langtang Valley Trek or and revers the trek via Singla Pass and end the trek at Betrawati in the bank of Trisuli River.