Experience the magnificence of Mt. Manaslu while trudging along the subtropical chain of mountain foothills to the arid trans- Himalayan pastures bordering Sit sang with Manaslu circuit and Tsum valley trek.
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a remote and challenging trip with rough steep tracks and culturally fascinating sights. Linked to Tibet in the upper Buri Gandaki (called Nupri ‘the western mountains’) and the Tsum Valley, this adventurous trek passes through the Larke-La (5215 m) pass while flaunting the spectacular views of Mt Manaslu (the eighth highest mountain in the world) in the backdrop.
The trek itself is very diverse with varying landscapes of lush green meadows, sub-tropical forests to up-close views of Manaslu mastiffs. Passing through Gurung villages, this trail is one of the challenging and strenuous treks in Nepal as the higher elevated Larke-La Pass requires technical skills while descending a slope of right after the pass and long side trip to Tibetan border from Sambo.
Anyone intending to do this trek must be in good shape with some trekking experience in high altitudes. People with a respiratory problem should be cautious and consult their doctor before heading for this trek as the trail elevates above 5000m increasing the chances of getting HAPE or HACE due to the thin air at high altitude.
If you intend to trek to the untrodden paths in the Manaslu region of Nepal, then, this combination of the Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley is just the trek for you.
Experience trudging in the off the beaten paths of the once forbidden Tsum valley while circuiting around the Manaslu region of Nepal with Manaslu valley and Tsum valley trek!
2 - 14
5215 m/ 17109.6ft
Manaslu Circuit is off the beaten trek that takes you to remote places of Nepal offering you beautiful sceneries and wildlife. It is a half camping trip in a most comfortable way.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!