With just two lodges Ghusang (also spelled Gunsang) is a small village. The
settlement is towards the south from the trekking trail. This could be a good
spot for a tea stop as the beautiful mountain views of Annapurna II, III, IV,
and Gangapurna will accompany you while you sip away all the fatigue. There is
also a ruined hideout here on the ridge which could be of interest to some.
This was probably used during the time when conflict arose between the Ghales
Also, from here on you can start consuming sea buckthorn juice available in
some of the lodges which is quite beneficial in thinning blood. At high
altitudes, our body produces more red blood cells in order to cope with the
scarcity of oxygen at high altitudes. But more red blood cells means that our
blood thickens which in turn may cause internal blood clots (one of the
reasons for staying active during your rest days). This is precisely why
buckthorn juices are useful at high altitudes.