Mt. Manaslu (8156m) expedition is especially suitable in autumn and spring season. So First Environmental Trekking P. Ltd often prepares Manaslu expedition for these seasons. Being one of the eight-thousanders and also a very snowy mountain, climbing Manaslu is actually quite a challenging task. It is also known as the Killer Mountain, and is the eighth highest mountain in the world. Manaslu was first ascended by two Japanese named “Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu” on the 9th of May 1956. Therefore, this mountain and region are very famous among Japanese adventurers and climbers. The mountain is easier to climb in autumn compared to spring due to a relatively warm and friendly weather. The Manaslu route is blessed with lots of greenery, snow-capped mountains, and beautiful Tibetan culture.
Arrival in Kathmandu (1350 m) and transfer to hotel
Kathmandu sightseeing and preparation day.
Drive from Kathmandu to Sotikhola (700 m).
Trek from Sotikhola (700 m) to Machhan Khola (869 m).
Trek from Machhan Khola to Jagat (1340 m).
Trek from Jagat (1340 m) to Ngyak (2340 m).
Trek from Jagat (1340 m) to Namrung (2630 m).
Trek from Namrung (2630 m) to Shyala Village (3500 m).
Trek from Shyala Village (3500 m) to Samagaun (3520 m).
Rest day at Samagaun (3520 m) for acclimatization.
Trek from Samagaun (3520 m) to Manaslu Base Camp.
Mt. Manaslu expedition period.
Trek from Manaslu Base Camp to Samagaun (3520 m).
Trek from Samgaun to Namrung (2630 m).
Trek from Namrung (2630 m) to Phillim Village (1570 m).
Trek from Phillim Village (1570 m) to Machhakhola (869 m).
Trek from Machhakhola (869 m) to Aarughat (608 m).
Drive from Aarughat to Kathmandu.