|Duration :||42 days.|
|Grade:||Difficutly because of extreme high altitude.|
|Destination:||Manaslu Conservation Area, Gorkha district, Nepal.|
|Trip start/end:||At Machha Khola.|
|Logistics support:||Hotel, lodge and tented.|
|Season:||Spring (April/May & September/October).|
|Mountain range:||Manasiri Himal.|
|Highest elevation :||Manaslu I (8163m).|
|First ascent :||9th of May, 1956.|
|Activities :||Trekking and mountaineering.|
|Ascent route:||Normal route via North-East.|
|Ethnic group:||Manjority of Braman, Chhetiri, Gurung and Tibetan.|
|Villages:||Philim, Sama Gaon and Samdo.|
|Monasteries:||Pung Gyen Gomba, Sama Gomba and Lho Gomba.|
|Culture:||Hindu and Buddhist.|
|Himalayan scenery :||Ngadi Chuli, Mansiri Himal, Himal Chuli, Simnang Himal, Buddha Himal, Ganesh Himal, Samdo Peak, Larkya Peak, Manaslu I, Kanggaru Himal and Annapurna II|
|Lakes:||Kal Tal and Birendra Tal.|
Previously named Pung Gyen and Kutang I are known as mountain Manaslu (8163m) now a day. Manaslu is derived from the Sanskrit word Manasa means “Mountain of the spirit”. It is the eighth tallest peak on the globe, situated on the Mansiri Himal range, Middle West of Nepal which is the most accessible eight-thousander peak than others. It is 3rd popular 8000m peak for climbing behind Everest and Lhotse in Nepal.
There are six different climbing routes of mountain Manaslu. Toshio Imanishi (Japan) and Gyalzen Norbu (Sherpa) made the first successful ascent of Manaslu via North Side on the 9th of May 1956. We run the Manaslu climbing expedition via the North-East Side which is known as the most common climbing route. Besides Base Camp (4700m), there requires Camp I (5700m), II (6400m), III (6800m), and IV (7500m) on the Manaslu ascent en route. The total climbing route length is 12.2km from the base camp. The mountain guide (IFMGA certified) and high-altitude crews supply rope, tents, food, fuel, and Oxygen higher up.
After obtaining the Manaslu climbing permits in Kathmandu, we travel through Dhading to reach Machha Khola, Gorkha district about 138km by private jeep. From here, we trek through the Budhi Gandaki valley experiencing the Buddhist culture before we reach the Manaslu Base Camp. We do acclimatization rotation sleep between Base Camp to Camp III before the final push to the summit of Manaslu (8163m).
Cost & Date:
The following cost and dates are per person for online booking. If the expedition departure dates are not matched for you, please DM us and we will happily customize your trip on the date that you need.
If you are in a group (2 to 15 people), we offer a discount on the package.
|Trip Date||Trip Name||Price||Space Left||Status||-|
|25 Aug 2023||Manaslu Expedition||$8000 per person.||15||Open|
|25 Mar 2024||Manaslu Expedition||$8000 per person.||15||Open|
|25 Aug 2024||Manaslu Expedition||$8000 per person.||15||Open|
|25 Mar 2025||Manaslu Expedition||$8000 per person.||15||Open|
|25 Aug 2025||Manaslu Expedition||$8000 per person.||15||Open|
More info for extra cost:
Please read carefully cost includes and does not include the above. All the meals are included with tea/coffee while on the trek. We do not include drinking water or boiled water which you can buy at the lodge; this is $1 to 3 per liter. You can take water-purifying tablets or Seripen for a cheaper solution. Wi-Fi, battery charges, and hot showers are not included. The battery charge is $1 to 4 per hour per device (you can take a power bank for a cheaper solution). The gas shower is USD3 to 7 per head.
We do insure for all the crews and provide warm enough equipment. We do our best for your safety. Although we suggest you buy comprehensive travel insurance that can cover flight cancellation, medical treatment, and Helicopter rescue emergency evacuation. Please buy the policy that can cover trekking and mountaineering activities up to 8163m for the days you will actually be trekking and expedition.
List of Personal Climbing equipment:
Note:- There are more similar to our names of other agencies in Nepal. Please remember that we are at High Camp Trekking.