The Manaslu Mountain stands at a height of 8,163 meters and is the world’s eighth highest peak. Many people wish to conquer this mountain and have engraved their name in history. The Manaslu Expedition allows you to do the same while also enjoying the magnificent trails, culture, and hospitality along the journey. Brace yourself for a whirlwind experience that lasts for 50 days and it shall show you the overall antiquities of the Manaslu region and deep insight of life into the Himalayas.
Start your journey from Kathmandu, and after getting your documents checked, we shall get on a drive to Arughat. Enjoy the amazing scenery of the Nepali highway and arrive at Arughat which sits on the banks of the mighty Budi Gandaki River. Navigating through Gurung settlements and tropical waterfalls, you reach Machha Khola. Relax in the hot springs of Tatopani and cross Khorlabesi. Climb the staircases to reach Dovan and, further, climb to reach Jagat. Meander through lovely gorges to reach Deng and head west up the Budi Gandaki valley to reach Ghap. Continuing on, you reach Lho and follow on an uphill trail leading all the way to Samagaon. From here, venture into the Manaslu Base Camp and begin the expedition. The climb sees an increase in elevation of upto 8,163 meters, which is divided into 4 camps namely Camp1, Camp2, Camp3, and Camp 4. You'll have to battle against crevasses and snow boulders to cross each one of them. Learn the proper usage of this equipment from our guide and learn the true meaning of adventure, when you stand on the summit of the Mt. Manaslu (8,163m). After climbing the summit, head back to the base camp and to Arughat, and finally to Kathmandu where the trip shall end. This trip is most favorable in the month of October to December.
With Himalaya Summit Club, you’ll not only be creating photos, but everlasting memories. We offer expert guides and seasoned porters for the Manaslu expedition to allow you to fully enjoy the journey while also being on the safe hands of professionals.