manaslu high trek & larkya peak expedition

  • 23 days

  • Kathmandu/Kathmandu

  • Moderate To Strenous

  • people

However, it is the inaccessibility of the region that sets it apart from other trekking routes. As we follow the Buri Gandaki Gorge northwards, the people, villages and landscapes become increasingly Tibetan in character. It is a privilege to witness first hand this rare culture and civilization. In particular the sacred Buddhist near Sama and Samdo offer a fascinating insight into Tibetan Buddhist practices. The Nepal Government strictly regulates the trekking to Manaslu and are trying to preserve the social and physical character of the area. Trekking is allowed only if accompanied by a liaison officer. All food and cooking fuel has to be carried in and all rubbish carried out.


  • Day 23
    Transfer to airport to board onward journey to Europe.
  • Day 22
    Drive back to Kathmandu
  • Day 21
    We descend to Bahundanda and then continue down the Marsyangdi valley to Ngadi. We have a chance to swim in the Nagdi Khola, we continue down to the Marsyangdi Valley with a fairly level stretch of wa
  • Day 20
    We continue south through a landscape that gradually opens up into wide, green valleys, very different from the sheer cliffs walls of the Buri Gandaki. At Dharapani we merge with the Annapurna Cirucit
  • Day 19
    Trekking southwards with more wonderful panoramas of the surrounding mountains, we cross the Dudh Khola (milk river) and enter a beautiful forested area. Manaslu's sheer, golden west face is in more o
  • Day 18
    We descent and gradually becomes less severe as we reach Tanbuche at 1350ft. Finally we come to Bimtang, where we camp overnight. Views of Phungi Himlun Himal, Cheo Himal and Manaslu's northwest face
  • Day 17
    An Extra day attempt for summit incase bad weather or could not make the summit on day 16.
  • Day 16
    Ascent of Larkey Peak(6010m)
  • Day 15
    Establish High Camp, afternoon rest and make preparation for the summit
  • Day 14-50
    An early start for the crossing of Larkhaya La Pass. Approximately five hours of ascent, at first gradual but later quite steep brings us to the top of the pass, at 17100ft. We have stunning views of
  • Day 13
    We trek to Larkya Bazaar, formerly a busy trading town, but reduced by the closure of the Tibetan frontier to little more than a "Kharka" for grazing animals. Here we leave the Buri Gandaki, and head
  • Day 12
    A pleasant and easy walk across wide-open meadows. Yaks and horses can be seen grazing before re-crossing the Buri Gandaki and climbing a short distance up to Samdu. In this area you are likely to s
  • Day 11
    A half day's walk to the monastery at Ramanan Kharka, south of the main trail and at the base of Pungen Glacier. From there the view of Manaslu massif are spectacular- the northeast face seems to rise
  • Day 10
    The morning, again through some lovely conifer forests, brings us to the town of Narnru, at 9500ft, and finally to Lhogaun, where we camp with superb views of the northeast face of Manaslu. The people
  • Day 9
    Today the trail cuts abruptly to the west, still following the Buri Gandaki, but on a gently wind undulating route above the gorge. We cross the river at Ghap and walk through beautiful conifer forest
  • Day 8
    A longer day with some difficult terrain. A path cuts through the gorge cliffs with dramatic views of the raging Buri Gandaki winding up to the confluence with the Shiar Khola. Beyond here the vegetat
  • Day 7
    We follow the western bank of the river past the police check post at Jagat, and then re-cross to the east before climbing to advantage point offering good views of the Ganesh Himal range. Buddhism be
  • Day 6
    The route undulates gently to Tatopani, where there is a hot water spring and then moves once again into a narrow rocky gorge. We cross a bridge from the west bank of the Buri Gandaki to the east, and
  • Day 5
    The river valley widens as we press on northwards through the small town of Labubesi, and then a section of undulating trail takes us to we cross the Macha Khola, a tributary of the Buri Gandaki river
  • Day 4
    The route takes us northeast to the busy market town of Arughat Bazaar; following the river northwards towards snow-covered peaks in the distant to Arket We continue up the Buri Gandaki River while th
  • Day
    Hans and Katherina Arrival. An early start and drive from Kathmandu to Gorkha and if road condition is feasible continue drive to Arughat. Over night at a lodge
  • Day
    Free Day
  • Day
    Arrive Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel.


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