For trekkers and travel fanatics willing to dive deep into the off-beaten trails of the Himalayan abode of Nepal, Manaslu with Larkya Peak Climb is a perfect fit. The trip explores the land housing the mystical Mount Manaslu (8,163m) and a blend of Nepali and Tibetan influenced culture. Exploring the Manaslu region adds natural and cultural components, and when you ascend the soaring Larkya Peak, thrill and enthusiasm are bound to find new meaning.
Commence the 20-day long journey by exploring the major landmarks at the Kathmandu valley and then heading on a long drive to Barpak. Cordially, we begin the journey and head to Laprak on the first day. Witnessing the gorgeous Ganesh Himal (7,422m) and Machha Khola, we reach Khorlabesi and a sturdy trek ahead leads us to Jagat. Spend some time to relax at the warm springs of Tatopani. Dodging mules and altitude sickness, we reach Ekle Bhatti and, as we praise the grand Boudha Himal range, we find ourselves in Bihi Phedi. Walking along the Budi Gandaki River and past many monasteries, the trail leads us to Lho Gaon. A brief rest at Samagaon prepares us for the advent that lies ahead. The weather becomes unpredictable at the Larkya Peak base camp and we must battle it. The journey to summit the Larkya Peak (6,249m) is rigorous which needs expertise, strength, and willpower. With the help of a guide, we finally conquer it and are blessed with amazing scenery. We begin our descent to Bimthang and we watch the beauty of nature as it transforms from icy terrain to green hills and forests. We descend further to Tilije and after resting a bit, we travel to Tal and ultimately head to Kathmandu where the journey shall come to a screeching halt.
As the Manaslu trek with Larkya Peak requires expertise, you'll need someone who has years of experience and knowledge. We, at Himalaya Summit Club, are equipped with guides who have over 10 years of experience in this sector. We also offer numerous services along the trips to add the ease and comfort of traversing the Himalayan routes in Nepal.