Manaslu Trek
 

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Manaslu Trek

This extended and strenuous trek, circling the Manaslu range was opened to trekking in 1992 along with Mustang. Going north, up the river valley of the Buri Gandaki and then behind Mt. Himalchuli (7893m.), Peak 29 (7839 m.) and Mt. Manaslu (8118 m.) to cross the Larkya La Pass at 5213 m., this fascinating trek explores areas and the way of life unchanged for decades and maybe, even centuries. Strenuous trekking inconstantly rewarded with brilliant mountain vistas of the Ganesh and Manaslu Himal rangesand insights into the cultures of a cross-section of ethnic Nepalese tribes and peoples of Gurung, Magar, Tamang and Bhotias (Tibetan) who inhibit the region. The trek starts from Gorkha and passes through the village of Kalikathan to Arughat Bazaar on the bank of the Buri Gandaki River heading north up theBuri Gandaki river valley. The trail passes through the villages of Khani Gaon, Setibas,Nyak, Namru and Samagaon to cross the Larkya La (5213 m.) and then joins the river valley of the Dudh Khola. From here, the trail heads south to the Dudh Khola's confluence with the Marsyangdi River at the village of Thonje and continues through the villages of Chamjeand Nayagaon to Besisahar from where you drive back to Kathmandu. This trek offers much more than mountains.

Facts Of The Trek
Duration of the trek: 19 Days
Max. Elevation: 0000 m.
Trek Grade: Easy to Difficult
Best Season : March- May, Sep - Nov.

 

Itinerary In Details

Day 01 : Upon arrival in Kathmandu a representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your Hotel.

Day 02 : Free day in Kathmandu to make the final preparations for your trek or do some exploring on your own. We will be happy to arrange sightseeing tours of the valley for you if you desire. O/N Hotel.

Day 03 : Early morning drive to Gorkha.

Day 04 : Trek to Aru Bazar 490m

Day 05 : Trek to Soti 760m

Day 06 : Trek to Labu Besi 820m

Day 07 : Trek to Tatopani 930m

Day 08 : Trek to Jagat 1360m

Day 09 : Trek to Philim 1590m

Day 10 : Trek to Deng 1920m

Day 11 : Trek to Namru 2550m

Day 12 : Trek to Lho Gaun 3180m

Day 13 : Trek to Sama Gompa 3360m

Day 14 : Explore day in Sama Gompa

Day 15 : Rest in Sampa Gompa

Day 16 : Trek to Larke Bazar 4390m

Day 17 : Rest in Larke Bazar

Day 18 : Trek to Larke Phedi 1680m

Day 19 : Trek to Bahundanda 1260m

Day 20 : Trek to Naya Gaun 920m

Day 21 : Trek to Besi Sahar.

Day 22 : Drive back to Kathmandu. Transfer to the Hotel. A free afternoon in Kathmandu

Day 23 : These are "cushion" days in case bad weather or other circumstances delay your return to Kathmandu. Otherwise, they can be used for sightseeing around Kathmandu valley or free for shopping days. O/N Hotel.

Day 24 : Depart Katmandu

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