Trekking in Nepal - Manaslu Circuit

Trekking in Nepal - Manaslu Circuit

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is an extremely remarkable trek flaunting remarkable panoramas of the peaks on the Nepal-Tibet border. The trek goes around the stunning Mount Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world, and reaches its highest at Larkya Pass which offers magnificent views of Manaslu.The trail traverses fabulous mountain panorama, Hindu and Tibetan-style villages, culturally fascinating vicinity of ancient Buddhist monasteries and irrefutably challenging Mountain Passes.
 
Manaslu Circuit trekking route is diverse, remote, secluded and enriched topography, offering a
fabulous experience for the one looking to take an adventurous journey to explore the scenic beauty of the Himalayan region. No wonder the trail is considered to be one of the best treks in Nepal.

Highlights
  • 15 days – 6,500 trekkers/year
  • The day of crossing the Larke Pass – a day of challenge and full adventure!
  • The entire trail – diverse, remote, and secluded, enriched by very different topography as a result of varying altitudes – 600 m to 5,135 m. You’ll walk in a circuit and hence the trail will keep on changing, until its end.
  • The cosy village of Samagaun from where you’ll also visit Manaslu Base Camp.

Trek Information

Trekking Difficulty:/ Level 4 – Hard
Remoteness:/ Remote
Pricing:/ Medium (#USD spent/day)
Best Season:/ March-May and October-November.
Accommodation type:/ Guesthouses & Lodges
Restricted Permits:/Yes. You have to be minimum 2 trekkers and accompanied by a Nepali Guide or Porter.
Max elevation: 5,115m, Larke Pass
Accessible during Winter (Dec-Jan): On and off, but mostly Yes. The obstacle is the day of crossing the Larke Pass at an altitude of 5,135 m.