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Manaslu Trekking

Manaslu Trekking Trails

The Manaslu trekking is hiking around the world’s eighth highest mountain Mount Manaslu 8156m. This trekking trail is officially open to tourists since 1991, but Manaslu expeditions had long access to this area. The trek to the Manaslu region is a restricted trekking trail inside the Manaslu conservation area. Inside the MCA there are many trekking trails. From 2008AD opened another trekking trail calls TSUM VALLEY Trek. Manaslu trekking region is one of the less touristic trekking regions in Nepal. To do this trek only possible with the special permit, special permit only issues from register trekking company.

This trekking offers earth’s best trekking experience in Nepal. The view of world eight highest peaks and other associate mountain peaks. Amazing vistas of landscapes. The diversity of flora and fauna and typical culture of local peoples around there makes your trip is a lifetime. Tibetan border influence Tibetan traditions in the Nepali land feel you are in Tibet.

Around the Manaslu region, there are some beautiful trekking trails like Manaslu trekking, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Tsum Valley Trek, Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, and Manaslu Base Camp Trek, etc. These all Trek have their own varieties and time difference to explore.


Manaslu Circuit Trek is called Manaslu Round Trek too, this trek duration is 12 to 15 days. This trek starts a drive from Kathmandu to Arughat or Sotikhola.  After that following Gagat, Philim, Deng, Samaghau, Samdo, and Larke La Pass (5106m) to reach in Bimatang and Dharapani to end.


Tsum Valley Trek is a neighbor trek of Manaslu Trekking. This trek also only possible with the special permit to explore the isolated gems of Nepal. Officially this is 7 days permit trek but if wish to longer that is possible with per day 10$. Trek start as similar to Manaslu Circuit Trek until Yaklebhatti. From  Yeklebhatti the way separate to the Chumling, Chokhangparo, Rachan Gompa, and Mu Gumpa and get back to the same way.  Also, if you wish an opportunity to explore the Ganesh Himal side as well.


Manaslu and Tsum Valley trek is a great combination of natural and cultural beauties of the Manaslu Conservation area. Trek kicks off with a scary drive from Kathmandu to Arughat or Sotikhola. And then follow the Gagat, Philim, Chhokong Paro, Rechen Gumpa, Mu Ghumpa inside the Tsum Valley side. After Tsum Valley follow Manaslu’s side to reach Dharapani after Larke La Pass 5106m. From Dharapani if you wish you can continue the Annapurna Circuit Trek as well to pass Thorong La 5416m.