Manaslu Circuit trek around mount Manaslu (8,156 m) the world’s eighth highest peak is one of the classic treks in Nepal. Apart from going around the grand splendor of the Manaslu, you will also get to experience walking along a very old salt-trading way and witness the natural torrents of the Budhi Gandaki River.
Plus, you will also discover the magnificence of pine, rhododendron, and bamboo forests. Exploring monasteries, going across mani walls, and gain insights visiting naturally and culturally attractive region will be really unforgettable. This trek best suits to those who are thinking of taking up a challenging trek in a remote region of the Nepal Himalaya.
The Manaslu Circuit trek starts at the settlement of Soti Khola and passes through bamboo woods as well as Gurung villages in the slim Budhi Gandaki gorge. We will also walk by Lho village and enter the Nupri area occupied by Tibetan migrants where en-route you can see mani walls, colorful prayer flags, and monasteries. Also, passing Samdo village we begin walking to pass Larkya La pass (5,135 m), a high Himalayan pass which is one of the most challenging yet rewarding days of the entire trek. The vistas visible from from the Larkya La are wonderful where we will see Himal Chuli, Cheo Himal, Manaslu, and Himlung Himal mountains. This isolated peak haven and conservation region is home to the rare snow leopard. And, the region was only opened to outsiders in 1992. The best months to go for Manaslu circuit trek are April, May, September, October and November. The climate there is mild during those times which help you make your trip more special. It is completely our Musical Adventure Trekking job to keep you comfortable and give you the best times you will ever happend in mountain.