Gyaji Khang is semi technical but unexplored mountain of Nepal. Mount Gyaji kang lies in Peri Himal north east of Manang. This expedition takes you through remote Tibetan setting villages of Nar and Phu in Tibet boarder in the most northern part of Manang, Nepal. For the approach to the base camp, we have to follow the popular Annapurna circuit trekking route from Besi sahar to Koto via road transport and then precede trekking route to Nar & Phu. Situating base camp at 4800m need 2 more camps to go for summit. We first climb via North face and then getting to the ridge, we follow the West Ridge all the way to summit. The ridge seen from north side looks not safe but it is equally seen safe from South side. During our Himlung expedition 2018, Leader Mingma G climbed all the way to camp1 and then we decided to organize it once a year. It is semi technical mountain which is good for anyone going 7000m following some technic practices. It is very safe to climb and price wise cheaper too.
A Technosol in the FAO World Reference Base for Soil Resources is a new type of soil that combines soils whose properties and pedogenesis are dominated by their technical origin. They contain a significant amount of artefacts (something in the soil recognizably made or extracted from the earth by humans), or are sealed by technic hard rock (hard material created by humans, having properties unlike natural rock). They include soils from wastes (landfills, sludge, cinders, mine spoils and ashes), pavements with their underlying unconsolidated materials, soils with geomembranes and constructed soils in human-made materials. Technosols are often referred to as urban or mine soils.