"Adventure around the World's Eighth-Highest Peak and its Massive Mountain Range"
The most well-known and frequent type of trekking in the Manaslu region is referred to as the "Manaslu Circuit Trek." a journey around the Mansiri Himal range's 8,163 m (26,781 feet) tall Mt. Manaslu, the eighth-highest mountain in the world.
Other well-known peaks in the Mt. Manaslu range include Bauddha Himal (6,672 meters) and Himal Chuli (7,893 meters). consists of Peak 29, Ngadi Chuli (7,871 m), and additional smaller peaks. as well as being close to the Ganesh Himalaya in the east and the Annapurna Himalaya in the west.
From the Gorkha towns of Auraghat and Soti-Khola village, the only two directions and most well-liked Manaslu Trek routes are available. where Manaslu valley is located in the high area of Gorkha, which acts as a barrier between the two districts of Gorkha and Manang. the route starts out traveling counterclockwise in order to reach the high Manaslu valley and cross the 5,106 m (16,752 ft) high Larke-La Pass.
The Larke-La Pass route, heading north from Sama-Gaon's main village, is close by and located on the former Nepalese-Tibetan Transhimalayan Salt Trade Route.
The alternate, less popular Larke-La trekking route from the Manang region to the high Manaslu valley. It is one of the longest passes around the Nepal Himalaya, regardless of which direction you go. Trekking in the Manaslu region will also be a fantastic adventure and once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Trekkers need a special permit to enter the high Manaslu valley from the village of Jagat and two additional tickets for both MCAP (Manaslu Conservation Area Project) and ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project). The Manaslu Trek, which was opened to foreign visitors in 1991, is still a restricted area. Trekkers must register and make reservations with a reputable trekking organization; the trip cost includes all trek packages. from tour operators, porters, licenses, lodging, food, and transportation. includes pay for porters, trekking staff, and guides, as well as medical insurance.
The months of March through May and September through mid-November are ideal for trekking in the Manaslu region. The main peaks and peak seasons for the Manaslu trek as well as other Himalayan destinations are spring and autumn.
The majority of the high Manaslu valley villages will stay closed for the winter between late November and the chilly months. where, from November until the end of February, the entire village moves to low, warm areas to avoid the bitterly cold winter.