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Manaslu Trek Attitude

manaslu trek altitude
January 15, 2019

The land of spectacular Mount Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain with 8163 meters altitude along with associated Himalayas, interesting mix of authentic Hindu and Tibetan-style Buddhist ethnic villages, wonderful Budhi Gandaki River, stunning Larkya La Pass, incredible Landscapes, beautiful dense Forests, spectacular high-altitude landscapes, striking huge Glaciers, lakes and many natural wonders are variable paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Manaslu Trek Attitude has not only ensured its stunning trek with spectacular views of the mountain including Manaslu(8163m) and the Ganesh Himal range but, also provide a pleasing cultural encounter with its inhabitants. Situated in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central of Nepal, Manaslu, the conservation area provides you to explore the rugged natural beauty of the place. The trekking trail of Manaslu Trek passes through the beautiful landscapes varying from the subtropical to high alpine meadows. It also takes us to the high land attached to Tibet, where you will also get an opportunity to experience the Tibetan influenced cultures and traditions. Witnessing beautiful landscapes with a variety of endemic flora and fauna, the trail goes to the Larkya La Pass, the dramatic pass in the Himalayas of Nepal offers you the superb views of the Mt. Manaslu and the nearby stunning peaks and valley below. Although, it is quite challenging to cross an altitude of Larkya La Pass, as it’s trekking trail is covered with the snow, stunning views on the background, striking landscapes with the mighty Himalayas towering straight above you and the remarkable glacier will compensate it during your trek to the peak. You can trek in the slow pace as you have to cross rocky terrain, uphill and downhill with the world beautiful views is really enchanting. This amazing Pass is associated with the Budhi Gandaki attached beautiful Marsyangdi Valley. The Manaslu Trek altitude in Nepal offers perfect tea-house and camping with the magnificent views of the Himalayas namely Manaslu (8,163 m), Ganesh Himal II (7,118 m), Himalchuli (7,893 m), Sarangi Himal/Sringi Himal (7,161 m), and other several peaks.
The best time to go Manaslu Trek Altitude:
Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to go Manaslu Trek and explore the Altitude of 8163m. Spring season include March, April, and May months, in these months, the weather is clear and calm, which will allow you to have clear and stunning views of the Himalaya Manaslu with the full of snow. It is also perfect season for trekking in Nepal alongside beautiful garden, as the forest is changed into flower garden; blend with the bloom rhododendron flowers with alpine, bamboo, pine and many other varied floras. Next season is Autumn that consist of September, October and November months, which are the perfect months for organizing to trek Manaslu in Nepal. These months occur after monsoon in Nepal, which will allow trekkers to have magnificent views of the mountains and experience native cultures of the highland with the phenomenal natural view.
The route leads us to Manaslu:
With the professional and experienced trekking guide of the Himalayan Holyland Treks & Expedition, we will begin our journey to one of the most classical and pristine undiscovered routes of Manaslu Trek with the grandeur of the remarkable Himalayas ranges and appealing natural beauty of the inaccessible area. This extraordinary trail will follow mighty Bhudi Gandaki River by exploring the splendid scenery of snow peaks, thundering rivers, high passes, small pretty Buddhist villages, a variety of rare flora and fauna, a beautiful dense forest of rhododendron is really worth wonder to visit. As your trek begins with the low altitude, it’s around 700m we will follow the incredible landscapes with varied countryside and lush forest to extraordinary high-altitude sceneries with owing huge glaciers then finally reach to Manaslu. After exploration of Manaslu, we will return back to Kathmandu by following the unfamiliar route.