Gangapurna Lake is a glacial lake located in Manang district of Gandaki province, Nepal.
Gangapurna is part of the eight-thousand Annapurna mountain range, located in the southern spur of the Main Himalayan Range at the height of 3,540 meters, The meltwater of the glacier descending from the northern slopes of Gangapurna forms a small mountain lake, which may have given the name to the mountain.
The lake can be seen from Manang village. Tourists coming to the Annapurna trail after coming to Manang village, while resting for two days, go around this lake and observe the glaciers and the Annapurna second, third and fourth glaciers.
Access : Coordinates: 28.663141, 84.016837 /
- Gangapurna Lake could be explored during the Annapurna Circuit trek. After a short hike from Manang Village.
Go next : The village of Manang / The Gangapurna Glacier ends in the north with an impressive icefall in the Manang Valley. / Annapurna / Annapurna National Park.