Objective Optic pathway gliomas (OPGs) constitute approximately 3-5% of childhood intracranial tumors. In this study, the authors presented their experience of using the endoscopic endonasal approach to treat patients with OPG located in the chiasma-hypothalamic region and aimed to use the infrachiasmatic corridor in the endoscopic endonasal approach as an alternative to the transcranial approach in the surgical necessity of OPGs. Methods We retrospectively analyzed the data of ten patients diagnosed with OPG histopathologically among 3757 cases who underwent endoscopic endonasal surgery between August 1997 and March 2021 at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine Pituitary Research Center and Department of Neurosurgery. Mean follow-up period 48.5 months. During the postoperative follow-up period, 3 of these 10 patients underwent reoperation due to tumor recurrence. Combined (endoscopic endonasal approach + transcranial approach) approach was applied to 2 patients in the same session. Surgical and clinical outcomes were evaluated in detail. Results Ten patients with a mean patient age of 20.6 +/- 11.4 were included in this study. The most common complaint was visual impairment. After surgery, improvement in visual impairment was observed in five patients. No increase in postoperative visual impairment was observed in any of the patients. Postoperative panhypopituitarism was not observed in any of the patients. STR resection was performed in 5 patients and NTR resection in 5 patients. No additional treatment was required during follow-up in 4 of 5 patients who underwent NTR. A total of 6 patients received postoperative radiotherapy treatment. Conclusions In gliomas located in the chiasma-hypothalamic region, appropriate patient selection and endoscopic endonasal surgical treatment may contribute to the elimination of symptoms due to the mass effect of the tumor. It may also contribute to keeping the disease under control with targeted adjuvant therapies by clarifying the pathological diagnosis of the lesion.